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Google Translate Updated To v5.0 With Floating 'Tap To Translate' Button [APK Download]

Google Translate has gained a ton of cool new translation features over the years, but you usually have to open the app to use them. That's not the case with the latest update. Now, you can just copy text and have it translated on the spot. It's called Tap to Translate and it's part of the new Translate v5.0 update.

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ES File Explorer Updated With Super-Shady 'Charging Boost' Adware

ES File Explorer has been on Android since time immemorial, but it has been getting a little bloated since being acquired a while back. The most recent update might be the last straw for many users. ES File Explorer is now offering to speed up charging by a whopping 20%. Wow, what a deal! It's complete bunk, of course. All you really get are ads on your lock screen.

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ProjectM Music Visualizer Adds Chromecast Support And A Dash Of Material Design

Music is great, but what if you want some pretty pictures with your tunes? ProjectM is a good option for music visualization, but the UI looked pretty old-fashioned until now. A new update adds Chromecast support as well as a more modern material-ish UI.

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Google I/O App Updated For 2016 With A Map, Schedules, And More

With just a few weeks left until Google I/O 2016 kicks off, Google has dropped a new version of the I/O app into the Play Store. It includes a schedule of events, notifications, a map, and more. The mobile website has gotten very good this year, but the app still provides a few benefits.

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Nova Launcher v4.3 Is Out Of Beta With Night Mode, Android N-Style Folders, And More

So you don't like the launcher that shipped on your phone? There are alternatives, and far and away the most popular one is Nova. The big v4.3 update has been in beta for a while, and now it's out for real with a number of important changes.

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Twitter Adds New Connect Tab To the App For Detailed Follow Suggestions

Like all social networks, Twitter is only fun and useful if you follow people who say things you're interested in. How you find those people is the tricky part. Starting today, Twitter is rolling out a new Connect tab on iOS and Android that allegedly makes it easier to find the right people and accounts to follow.

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The Play Store Now Shows Delta Update Size When An App Update Is Available

Google added support for delta app updates ages ago to save you from re-downloading an entire app every time there's an update. That's all well and good, but the process hasn't been very transparent. Now, it looks like the Play Store has started showing the size of an update rather than the full app size.

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Microsoft Outlook For Android Adds Wunderlist, Facebook, And Evernote To Supported Calendar Providers

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Apple Music Updated With Music Videos And Family Plan Signup On Android

Slowly but surely, Apple Music is starting to treat Android like a first-class platform. The most recent update to the app adds support for music videos and family plan signups. Yes, it's odd that both of those were exclusive to Apple's platform until now.

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Chrome Beta Updated To v51 With Material Bookmarks Widget And No More Merged Tabs Option

The march of Chrome updates never ends, and now is the time for the beta build to advance. Google is rolling out Chrome Beta v51 on Android. Since we've already seen v51 in the dev channel, we know what to look for—and yep, the merged tabs/apps option is indeed gone. So, that wasn't a fluke.

Google has now backed down on the merged apps and tabs option that was introduced in Lollipop. It was first made non-default, then it was pulled in Chrome Dev a few weeks ago.

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