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Twitter for Android gets an update, now supports direct message syncing

Twitter for Android has now received a brand new update, which adds a few new features including support for direct message syncing. Read on to learn more.
by Andrew GrushJuly 9, 20131

Motorola’s PRIP push-to-talk service launches in the US

PRIP is now available for download from Google Play, providing users in the US with PTT connections to the existing 11 million subscribers in Mexico, Brazil and across Latin America.
by Robert TriggsJuly 9, 2013

Weekly News Roundup #10 – India

This week on the Weekly News Roundup India, we have a few new smartphones, including the LG Optimus G Pro, being released, some app updates, and the introduction of the much-needed ...
by Ankit BanerjeeJuly 7, 20133

Astrid announces that it’s shutting down on August 5

After being acquired by Yahoo, Astrid announces that it's shutting down. But don't worry there are alternatives and a way to keep your data. Read on for all the details!
by Adam KoueiderJuly 6, 20131

MEGA launches official client for Android

MEGA, the security- and encryption- focused creation of infamous internet millionaire Kim Dotcom, is taking a step towards legitimacy with the launch of an official application for Android.
by Kyle WiggersJuly 5, 20132

Ingress update brings gameplay enhancements and bug fixes

Ingress, Google’s cult hit augmented reality game for Android, received a significant July 2 update that should universally please.
by Kyle WiggersJuly 4, 20134

Here’s what you should know before downloading Jay-Z’s “Magna Carta Holy Grail”

Before racing to get your limited free copy of Jay-Z's latest album, you may want to know a few important details, such as privacy and app issues.
by J. Angelo RacomaJuly 4, 201310

Polaroid’s Polamatic: Because we absolutely need yet another photo app

Polaroid's Polamatic comes with 36 Polaroid frames, a handful of filters, and the ability to add captions and share photos. Are you willing to pay the $0.99 price tag?
by J. Angelo RacomaJuly 4, 20131

Falcon Pro receives an update, and a “secret” way to bypass the token issue

A new Falcon Pro update has gone live for existing token owners, but news of the update also hinted at an “experiment” to bypass Twitter's token limit. Have you figured out how to do it?
by Robert TriggsJuly 4, 201321

QWOP is now available for Android, still making us look silly.

If you’re wondering why it’s called QWOP, that’s the runner’s name. Awkward name, awkward game play, but oddly fun. A Play store rating of 4.2 shows early adopters like it, though.
by Nate SwannerJuly 4, 20133
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