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CBS Android App Gets Chromecast Support, All Access Subscription Not Required

CBS is home to the likes of The Big Bang Theory, The Good Wife, 2 Broke Girls, and three flavors each of CSI and NCIS. That you're reading Android Police means you're probably still too young to be a big CBS fan, but if you have a taste for the network's shows, you will be pleased to know that you can now stream them to your Chromecast.

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The CBS Android app provides newer episodes of certain shows for free, but older content and some titles are tucked away behind an All Access subscription that costs $5.99 a month.

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Snake Rewind Review: The Original Mobile Game Comes Back Without Selling Out

It's close to a universal among those who are old enough that we all once owned a Nokia phone and played Snake. We didn't get those early cell phones to play games, but lo and behold, there was a simple and addicting game within. After many years, Snake's creator the man who brought Snake to mobile phones—Taneli Armanto—has teamed with Rumilus Design to revamp and re-release the classic with a little bit of modern flair.

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Knights of Pen & Paper 2 Makes A Saving Throw, Ventures Into The Play Store

The original Knights of Pen & Paper was hugely popular on Android, and now the second iteration is ready to play. It's time to don your robe and wizard hat and get ready for an adventure. This game will be familiar to fans of the original, but there are some surprises lurking in that game room too.

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Rdio Introduces New 'Select' Plan With A Limit Of 25 Downloaded Tracks For $3.99 A Month

Today Rdio announced a new subscription plan that serves as a more affordable option for listeners who want to get rid of ads but don't want to pay $9.99 a month. With Rdio Select, folks can do so for just $3.99 instead.

What's the catch? Rdio Select gives you up to twenty-five songs at a time to carry around on your devices.

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HTC Zoe Can Stream Video Highlights To Chromecast Following Latest Update

You probably didn't rush out to get an HTC phone for the ability to create Zoe videos. There's a decent chance you've never even clicked on the pre-installed app. But if you did and found that HTC's social video-sharing experience is for you, then so is the latest update. It adds Chromecast support.

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Huawei Will Announce Its US Strategy At A June 2nd Event, US Variant Of Ascend P8 Lite Expected

Huawei is a huge device maker in Asia, and it's been slowly expanding into other markets too. The US has been essentially off-limits to the company, but that could be changing next month. At a June 2nd event, Huawei will talk about its plans for the US and it may announce its first North American device since the Mate 2.

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Google Docs And Slides Now Let You Insert Images, While Sheets And Drive Get Other Improvements [APK Download]

There's a lot to cover on Update Wednesdays, so sometimes things slip onto Thursdays. Some of you have already played around with these files, but here's an overview of what has changed.

What's New?

Google Docs and Slides now let you insert images directly into your reports and presentations.

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[Firmware Download] Yu Yureka Gets Another Cyanogen OS 12 OTA Update To Build Number YNG1TAS1K0

Aside from the OnePlus One, the YU Yureka is the other Cyanogen-running smartphone that you can buy right now. It recently got its 12 S update to Lollipop 5.0 but is now receiving another OTA with a newer version. Just don't get excited thinking it's Android 5.1, we're still on 5.0 here. The build number has jumped from YNG1TAS0W0 to YNG1TAS1K0, which is dated May 1st 2015.

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Google Play Adds Carrier Billing To 3 Operators in Taiwan And Appropriately Renames The Networks In Its Support Page

A new update to Google Play's "Accepted Payment Methods" page has revealed a lot of changes to the direct billing section. First and foremost is the addition of 3 new carriers in Taiwan: Chunghwa Telecom, the country's leading operator with over 11M subscribers (according to Wikipedia), as well as Asia Pacific Telecom and T Star, the fourth and fifth ranked operators, respectively.

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Meerkat Sheds Its Beta Tag, Releases Version 1.0 To The Play Store After Ironing Out A Lot Of Bugs

Well Periscope, looks like you got beaten to the punch with this one. Your direct competitor, Meerkat, has announced its closed beta, released it, and now made the app stable enough for a 1.0 release, all without the backing of a huge company like Twitter and while you're still twiddling your thumbs saying that your Android app can wait.

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