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Pluto TV 3.2.1 adds in video on demand with a design and navigation refresh

Pluto TV is a free television streaming service that broadcasts over 100 live news, sports, and other channels. The one thing that might irritate some people is that you can't just watch the stuff you want — you only get what's on. Regardless, it's an interesting value proposition.

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After several years of service, the Google Play Top Developer program is being put to rest

The Top Developers program launched several years ago as a method of drawing attention to devs who put out great apps. We all started seeing the little blue arrow badge next to some of the developers' names, but it got easy to grow accustomed and eventually jaded to it. 

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[Deal Alert] Finish off the week with 44 temporarily free and 12 on-sale apps

Friday is here and the week is almost over. To celebrate the impending weekend, we're back with some more free and on-sale apps for you. If you haven't yet, be sure to go check out Wednesday's list — some of the freebies and sales should still be good.

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:D Facebook reactions are now also available for comments

Early last year, Facebook got all emotional, allowing us to do more than just actively like or passively dislike a thing. Reactions were introduced in the biggest shake-up the Like button had ever seen. This made it possible to react to a post with the entire range of human emotions. Well, with love, laughter, shock, sadness, or anger. Of course, this wasn't enough. We want to be able to react with emotion to everything. So now Facebook is bringing these same options to the comments below posts, too.

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BlackBerry KEYone review: A tale of a decent phone full of annoyances

The KEYone, the latest in the BlackBerry Ltd/TCL collaboration, is a phone that returns to the Canadian brand's iconic roots, for better or for worse. With Nougat and a strong focus on security, the KEYone is aimed at enterprise users and long-time fanatics.

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[Deal Alert] Here are 9 temporarily free and 7 on-sale apps, plus the 0.10 game of the week

Half of the week is gone (or mostly), which means it's time for yet another round of app sales. The list is much smaller today than it was Monday, and some of the apps from that post are still free or discounted so be sure to check it out.

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21 new and notable Android games from the last week (4/26/17 - 5/2/17)

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so.

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Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

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Zombie Race - Undead Smasher

Today's roundup is presented by Race - Undead Smasher from Weblock & Fazzidice. This is a game about destruction. The destruction of civilization, the destruction of zombies, and most importantly the destruction of any of your free time.

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Looks like Honor is honoring its promise, the 6X is supposedly getting Nougat sometime this month

When the Honor 6X launched earlier this year, you could say that we here at AP were unimpressed. Sure, the phone packed in a lot of good specs for $250, but it shipped with Marshmallow, a version of Android that was over a year old at that point (well, it still is). In March, Huawei's sub-brand launched a beta program for 6X owners to try out Nougat and the much improved EMUI 5 — the company promised that Android 7.0 would roll out in the first half of 2017. Looks like that may actually happen.

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May 2017 Android platform distribution shows another big gain for Nougat and a small uptick for older versions

Google has updated the developer dashboard for May, giving us an overview of the Android device ecosystem. Nougat continues to inch upward at a respectable rate—it's now over 7% of devices. However, there's some strange stuff at the bottom of the heap. Gingerbread and Lollipop both saw small increases in usage share this month because math is weird.

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[Deal Alert] Start off this week with 24 temporarily free and 15 on-sale apps

The weekend (for most of us) is over and we're back again. Monday means the first round of free/on-sale apps for the week, so here are the ones that we've collected over the weekend. 

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