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Amazon MP3 App Update Gives The UI Some Much-Needed Spit And Polish, Improved Speed, And Facebook Sharing

It's been nearly a year and a half since we last wrote about the Amazon MP3 app, because that's the last time the company did anything interesting with it. Compared to the competition at Google and elsewhere, Amazon's iTunes competitor looks positively stale. Today the Amazon MP3 app gets a fresh coat of paint to bring it more in line with current visual trends, or at least, those trends that are on display in the Kindle Fire tablets.

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Latest Humble Weekly Sale Contains Two Android Games - NightSky And MANOS: The Hands Of Fate

This week's Humble Weekly Sale isn't filled with Android games, but it contains two goodies that are arguably worth the price of admission alone - NightSky and MANOS: The Hands of Fate. The former is available in the Play Store for $4.99, and the latter, $2.49. But if you pay over six bucks for this week's bundle, you can get both games along with seven additional titles for your PC and the Multimedia Fusion 2 game development software.

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[New Game] Knightmare Tower Launches Up From Ouya And Smashes Into The Play Store

One of Ouya's most popular exclusives has now made its way into the Play Store. On its original platform, Knightmare Tower captivated gamers with its addictive mix of simplistic gameplay and adorable visuals, placing players in control of a knight with a rocket thrusting him by fiends and through ceilings in a quest to rescue multiple princesses in need. Now the game is available for a mobile device near you

Knightmare Tower won't provide the most diverse experience, as each level consists of flying upwards, taking repeated downward slashes at ghouls pursuing below.

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LG Optimus F3Q With Slide-Out QWERTY Keyboard Leaked For T-Mobile Release

Alas poor QWERTY, I knew him, Horatio! A fellow of infinite texts, of most excellent data entry. Here hung those keys that I have tapped I know not how oft. Where be your Tweets now? Your emails? Your Google+ posts? Nowhere around here, that's for sure - the QWERTY slider phone has become rare in the last year or so, with only the Samsung Stratosphere II, the LG Enact, and a BlackBerry or two filling the once-swollen ranks.

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[New App] Microsoft Releases TouchDevelop For Android, Makes Browser-Based Apps Easy To Develop On A Phone

The odds are against most people in the Android world having heard of TouchDevelop by Microsoft. From the start, it was designed to be used with a small touchscreen interface by hobbyists and intended to ease people into programming. Things haven't changed too much in that department, but the project has grown from its humble beginnings on Windows Phone to supporting iOS, Windows, Mac, and now Android.

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The app actually doesn't do very much, it only handles push notifications and acts as a shortcut to the website.

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Pocket Updated To v5.1 With Cool New Quick Save Actions

Reading long articles on the web can be a pain, but Pocket makes it easy to save and read content in its slick minimalist UI. This app has been great since it was redesigned (it used to be ReadItLater), and the most recent update makes things even better with the ability to share and tag content as you're saving it.

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Now when you save a page to Pocket on Android, there will be a Quick Save popup at the bottom with a direct link to the app, a tag button, and a share button.

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Word Lens Translation App Updated To v2.1.3 With Tablet Support

Wondering what that sign says, but you don't speak the lingo? You might want to figure it out – signs convey important information. Maybe it says "keep off the grass," but it could also say "high risk of electric shock." Word Lens can help with that by doing live translation of text using optical character recognition and the camera. It's neat, and the newest version adds support for tablets.

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Google Play Music All Access Arrives In Germany

Google's streaming music subscription service continues to creep across the globe, arriving in new countries suddenly and without warning. It's kind of like the Black Death, except fewer people die (so far). Today Google Play All Access has hit Germany with millions of songs for just a few bucks per month.

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German users were greeted by the All Access popup in Play Music yesterday and immediately began shouting from every social media rooftop.

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Download: Latest Google Play Store 4.5.10 With Shared Play Store Activity, IAP Indicator, And More

It's that time again - Google has pushed out an update to the Play Store with plenty of enticing new features. We've got the APK, so after a brief rundown of some of the more notable features (we'll scour the APK in the coming days for any hidden goodies), we'll give you a link to download the app for yourself.

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Heads Up: Android 4.4.1 (KOT49E) Factory Images And Binaries Should Be Released Next Week, So Don't Stay Up Late Waiting For Them

With Android 4.4.1's release earlier today, many of you have been asking about and expecting the corresponding factory images, especially for devices without OTAs at this point: the 2012 Nexus 7s, the Wi-Fi 2013 Nexus 7, and the Nexus 10. Factory images can help recover soft-bricked Nexus devices, update the OS or its parts without losing data in case an OTA doesn't want to apply, or go back to stock after trying a custom ROM.

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