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Evernote Version 6 Gets All Dolled Up With UI Enhancements And Plenty Of Floating Buttons

Version 6 of the ever-popular note-taking app Evernote (see what I did there?) has started rolling out to Android devices, and it brings in numerous changes to the way people go about jotting things down. These tweaks have been around a long time for Evernote beta users, but now they're going stable. The most notable addition is a "New Note" button that floats in the bottom right hand corner and provides access to all the things.

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ChromeOS Beta Channel Gets MTP Support In The Files App, You Can Now Transfer Files From Your Android Phone

With each passing update, ChromeOS becomes a more viable option for a legitimate full-time operating system. The most recent update to the beta channel brings what could be one of its most significant features for anyone looking to ditch their traditional laptop: MTP support. It's not a huge step forward, but the ability to plug in your Android phone and transfer files to and from it is still something worth being happy about, as it shows ChromeOS' maturity and Google's push to make it more consumer-friendly.

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[IFA 2014] HTC Announces The Colorful Mid-Range Desire 820 With A 64-Bit Snapdragon 615 Processor

If HTC's various members of the One family seem a little cold and lifeless to you, you'll appreciate the new Desire 820. This decidedly mid-range device uses a variety of color schemes on its polycarbonate shell, adding a bit of style to the company's standard unibody dual-speaker layout. The result is a look that blends the HTC One M8 and, oddly, the iPhone 5c. Check out those two-tone accents on some models.

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[Update: 1500 More] Boxer Email Comes To Android For $9.99, But We've Got 500 Promo Codes

Google does a lot of things right, and Gmail is generally one of them. Sometimes, however, you just need a little more from your email experience, and Boxer wants to provide that. It takes the basic Gmail app's functionality – like swipe to delete/archive – and builds on that, bringing even more usefulness to this kind of gesture.

Android Police would like to remind you that email cannot speak. In the event that it does speak, Android Police urges you to disregard its advice.

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Source: Android Wear "2.0" Will Be Released On October 15th

Update 10/20/14: As you may have already realized, the big Wear update hasn't come out yet. Delays do happen. According to several sources we've spoken to, Google will announce something soon, and the update likely got pushed to early November, possibly to coincide with the final Lollipop release.

Yep, you're reading this right: Android Wear 2.0. It's happening - and soon. According to an unnamed source, we're going to see OTA updates for some Wear devices on or around October 15th.

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Chase Mobile Updated With Complete Visual Overhaul As Promised

If you're a customer of Chase Bank, you probably know the pain of opening the bank's crusty old app and dealing with legacy menus and other interface nonsense. But you probably also got an email in late August letting you know that the app would be completely redesigned, and that Chase planned to launch the redesign in September. Well, that redesign is finally a reality, and available in the Play Store right now.

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[New Game] Angry Birds Stella Bombards The Play Store With Another Iteration Of Rovio's Most Successful Franchise

Many moons ago, a plucky little game company named Rovio decided that a hungry wolf wasn't the only thing that could blow down the homes of snarky pigs — airborne fowl would also join in the on destruction. In subsequent lunar cycles, those homicidal kamikaze birds would continue to bring their particular breed of catastrophe down upon on the poor, defenseless porkbellies; and in turn, generate many money-dollars for the twisted jerks that inspired them.

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Reddit's Official Ask Me Anything App Hits The Play Store As Promised

Just a couple of days ago, Reddit launched an official app specifically geared toward helping users read "Ask Me Anything" threads, but the app was only available for iOS users through the App Store. It was promised, however, that the app would be available for Android "later this week." A mere two days later the app has been released.

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Chrome Stable Hits v37, Finally Gets Its Material Makeover [APK Download]

If you like living life dangerously, you might drive over 55, wear socks with sandals, and use Chrome Beta. If that sounds like you, then you've been using Chrome with Material Design for some weeks now. Congratulations.

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If not, the Materialization of Chrome Stable is now upon us. Version 37 of Google's browser hit the Play Store just a little while ago, which brings a new user interface and Incognito tab page, a simplified sign-in, and of course lots of bug fixes and improvements.

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Samsung's Sizzle Reels For The Galaxy Note 4 And Gear S Show Off All The Cool TouchWiz Stuff You'll Ignore

Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 is here, and considering the company's absolutely dominant position in the "phablet" marketplace, it's likely to become one of the best-selling Android phones over the next year. That being the case, why not take a gander at Samsung's introductory video for its new flagship? The official introduction, or gadget porn if you will, is below.

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As usual with Samsung's "trailers," the actual hardware isn't really the focus.

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