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Facebook to support short videos as profile pictures

Facebook is gradually rolling out an update that makes a number of tweaks to user profile pictures, including support for short video clips.
by Robert TriggsOctober 1, 20157

Google Now on Tap quick look

Google Now on Tap is a highly anticipated feature coming to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. We take a quick look at the feature and see what it's all about!
by Joe HindySeptember 30, 20159

(Update: out now) Ski Safari 2 coming to Android on September 30th

As promised, Sleepy Z Studios has released Ski Safari 2 to the Google Play Store. Head here for the download link!
by Edgar CervantesSeptember 30, 20154

(Update: now available) Need for Speed: No Limits will speed onto Android devices September 30

EA's Need for Speed: No Limits is now available in the Google Play Store. Click through for the download link!
by Jimmy WestenbergSeptember 30, 201519

10 best Android apps and games from September 2015

September is over but a ton of awesome apps and games got released. Here's our list of the best Android apps and games from September of 2015!
by Joe HindySeptember 30, 20159

NVIDIA announces GeForce NOW – unlimited game streaming for just $7.99 per month

NVIDIA has just launched its GeForce NOW game streaming service. Formerly NVIDIA GRID, this new gaming platform will bring PC games to your NVIDIA device for just $8 per month.
by Jimmy WestenbergSeptember 30, 20154

Google Now on Tap working again for Android M Preview users

With Android 6.0 on its way, Google has turned back on Google Now on Tap support for those running the Android M Developer preview.
by Andrew GrushSeptember 30, 2015

Chainfire handing over ownership of SuperSU to new company

Chainfire has been maintaining SuperSU by himself since 2012, but is now transferring ownership to Coding Code Mobile Technology LLC (CCMT).
by Andrew GrushSeptember 30, 201515

Latest Chromecast app update brings content discovery, search functionality and more

Alongside the new second-generation Chromecast and Chromecast Audio devices, Google today announced it would soon begin rolling out a pretty sizable update to its Chromecast application.
by Jimmy WestenbergSeptember 29, 20154

Chromecast support is finally making its way to Spotify

During the big Nexus event today, Google announced that Chromecast is finally getting updated to support Spotify.
by Jimmy WestenbergSeptember 29, 20151
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