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[Poll] The 'Recently Updated' Section Of The New Play Store Currently Set To 7 Days – Is That Too Long?

You may have noticed the new version of the Play Store app (4.3.10) has a little tweak. It now lists apps that you've updated recently near the top of the list (right under pending updates). How recently? We asked a Googler who confirmed it's 7 days. Is that maybe a little long?

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The Unofficial CyanogenROM Downloader Adds Scheduled ROM Flashing And Backups - Safely Applying Nightlies Has Never Been Easier

Our readers already know about CyanogenMod, as it's only the most popular Android ROM out there, so I won't waste time with an introduction. Many also already use CyanogenROM Downloader to get their hands on the latest versions, even though it's not an official updater. The app's already awesome, but its author sent out a tease a few days ago implying that it could be even better - that it could automatically update your ROM to the latest version overnight, do a backup beforehand, and install your preferred custom kernel without a single touch.

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[Bug Watch] Android 4.3 May Be Having Trouble Automatically Reconnecting To Wi-Fi Networks

If there is one thing we all eventually rely on with mobile devices, it's having a sturdy Wi-Fi connection. Whether it's because of a low data cap, you live or work somewhere with a weak cell signal, or like me, the local cellular technology is stuck in the stone age, you probably have a few wireless networks saved on your phone or tablet. While you probably take it for granted that your devices will automatically connect to these networks when they are in range, some people are finding that feature hasn't been working as expected since upgrading to Android 4.3.

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[International Giveaway] Win A Minx Go Or Minx Air 200 Speaker From Cambridge Audio And Android Police

This contest is now over.

The final results are listed below. If you've won, you will be contacted in the near future. Congratulations!

Everyone else - keep participating and stay tuned to Android Police so that you don't miss our upcoming giveaway announcements. You can follow AP on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and RSS.

Sam Monty (Minx Air 200)

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Max Chiu (Minx Go)

It's time for another Android Police giveaway, and we're wrapping up the work week with the sweet sound of Cambridge Audio's wireless Minx speakers.

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[New App] HabitRPG Turns Your To-Do List Into A Real Life RPG

Do you find you can't get things done? If you are king of the procrastinators, ruling over a realm of incomplete tasks, HabitRPG might be for you. This app is basically a to-do list manager, but it frames everything as a quest in your own personal RPG.

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If you finish something successfully, you get experience and gold. Why would you need gold? To get better weapons and armor, obviously.

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[Colorful Deal Alert] Wirefly Has Sprint's Red HTC One For $49.99 And The Purple Galaxy S4 For $139.99, New Accounts Only

Lately Sprint has done its best to become an attractive option for people who love flamboyant high-end phones. Shortly after revealing the Galaxy S4 in Purple Mirage, the company announced that it would be the exclusive carrier of the red HTC One. Tempted? Now's a good time to jump on either handset, as Wirefly has discounts on both.

The Red HTC One costs just $49.99 for new customers, and as a bonus, the $36 activation fee is waived.

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[New App] Geekbench 3 Benchmark Released, Adds Multi-Core Testing (And Not Much Else) For 99¢

The Geekbench benchmarking program is a staple on PCs, thanks to quick and varied tests for multiple hardware systems and an impressive database of results. The Geekbench 2 test has been gaining steam on Android as well - we've used it in a few reviews and comparisons. Version 3 has been released as a stand-alone app, but the small list of improvements hardly seems to justify it. It's a good thing that it only costs a dollar.

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[Deal Alert] Wirefly Has The Verizon HTC One Up For Pre-Order: $149.99, New Subscribers And Upgrades

As of this morning, we finally know when the HTC One is launching on America's reddest network: August 22nd. But if you're not the kind of person who pays full price for anything, and obviously not on-contract smartphones, you probably know you're better off waiting for a deal on a new phone from a 3rd-party retailer. Wirefly to the rescue - they're already accepting pre-orders on the VZW HTC One, and they're charging a full 25% less than what Verizon's asking, at $149.99 for both new subscribers and upgrades.

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Press RSS Reader Updated To Version 1.4, Gains Fever Support, New Settings, UI Tweaks, And More

If you're still in the market for a Google Reader alternative that's simple, clean, and well integrated with Android's UI, take a moment to check out Press. This straightforward, perhaps traditional, RSS reader received an update today that gave the already attractive app a touch-up, a redesigned Settings screen, a handful of new features, and a slew of general bug fixes and improvements.

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Press, which already syncs with Feedly, Feed Wrangler, and Feedbin, has gained support for Fever, a service which helps readers pick what feeds to focus on by displaying which stories are "hot." The app has long supported offline reading, but now images are cached offline as well.

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[Update: Sold Out] Nexus 7 2013 16GB Is $200 With Free Shipping On eBay Daily Deals, No Tax In Most States

Update: The deal has ended, presumably because all the available units have sold out. I'd count on this deal (or a similar one) coming back in the near future, though, so don't fret if you missed out on today's.

The new Nexus 7 is a pretty good deal at $229 - you'd be hard-pressed to find a better 7" tablet at any price. But no matter what the cost, it's always good to get it cheaper, and that's just what you can do if you head to this eBay listing.

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