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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

In this week's edition, we talk about Crap, I'm Broken, Playboy's new magazine app, Google's voter tool, and more Android apps and games news!
by Joe HindyOctober 16, 20164

Facebook videos can stream to Chromecast via iOS and web, Android support coming “soon”

Facebook News Feed videos can now be streamed to Chromecast-connected TVs on iOS and the web, with Android support coming "soon".
by John CallahamOctober 13, 20165

Facebook debuts enterprise tool Workplace for ads-free chat

Facebook has launched Workplace, a collaborative enterprise tool designed to provide an environment for productive discussion.
by Jay DecenellaOctober 11, 20161

Facebook may launch its ‘free’ Internet app in US

According to The Washington Post, Facebook is working with several local carriers to potentially bring Free Basics to the US.
by Brian ReighOctober 8, 201613

Facebook Events lets you discover and organize all your social events

Facebook's new app may be the social calendar you were looking for: discover new events near you, organize the ones you're going to, and share with friends!
by Brian ReighOctober 7, 20162

WhatsApp’s new update brings Snapchat-like camera features

Facebook-owned WhatsApp is getting new camera features that borrow heavily from Snapchat, and the interfaces are pretty much identical.
by Brian ReighOctober 3, 201611

Facebook breaks into e-commerce with the launch of Marketplace

Facebook is aiming to capitalize on the some 450 million users that visit buy and sell groups each month, with the launch of its new Marketplace feature.
by Robert TriggsOctober 3, 20165

Facebook introduces Messenger Lite for emerging markets

Messenger Lite is a lightweight, basic version of Facebook Messenger for users who are still on older smartphones with less powerful hardware and running on slower Internet speeds.
by Abhishek BaxiOctober 3, 201612

World’s tech giants unite in Partnership for AI

Google, Facebook, Microsoft, IBM, and Amazon are titans of the tech world. And yet, their existing achievements could be dwarfed by the impact of their work on artificial intelligence.
by Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 29, 20161

WhatsApp’s new tagging feature expected to annoy people in group chats

If you’re currently enjoying the small pockets of silence while on a road trip or in the middle of your favorite read, you might find it hard to keep things that way with WhatsApp’s new ...
by Team AASeptember 20, 201627
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