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Friday brings us 20 temporarily free and 20 on-sale apps, including the Goat Simulator and Oddworld games

Welcome to Friday! This week got thrown a bit out of whack, what with an app sales post on a Thursday of all things. Today's list is a bit short, but features two big game series on sale. All five Goat Simulator and both Oddworld titles are on a $0.99 deal today, so go get them if you haven't already.

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Comcast acquires automation platform Stringify

When it comes to online automation platforms, IFTTT is the name most people know and trust. It's a little limited, though. We've covered Stringify a few times, citing it as a more powerful alternative that can plug into IFTTT. The company apparently caught the eye of Comcast recently, which just had to have it. So, Comcast owns Stringify now.

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Firefox Focus updated with multiple tabs and incognito mode for Gboard

Firefox is a full-featured browser, which is what most people want. Firefox Focus, however, is intentionally lacking in features with the aim of improving user privacy. That doesn't mean it needs to be completely barebones, though. With today's update to v2.0, Firefox focus supports multiple tabs. Plus, it's a little more secure.

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Here are 42 temporarily free and 30 on-sale apps, plus both Apps of the Week

Welcome, everyone, to an impromptu app sales post. You may have noticed that yesterday's was missing, and for that I apologize. To make it up to all of you, I compiled a list for today with all of the apps that I could find that have gone on sale since Monday — the normal scheduling will resume tomorrow (and it will likely be very short).

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29 new and notable (and 1 WTF) Android games from the last week (9/13/17 - 9/19/17)

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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Snapseed v2.18 revamps the UI with lighter theme and bottom toolbar [APK Download]

Most Google apps are constantly getting small updates, but Snapseed tends to get fewer updates with more stuff in each one. Today, Google is rolling out Snapseed v2.18. It's a strange version number to choose for such a major update (the last one was 2.17). You get a new, lighter interface with a bottom bar for access all the app's editing tools. There are still a lot of sliders, though.

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It's Monday, so here are 40 temporarily free and 14 on-sale apps for you

It's Monday again, and boy was it a doozy. Thankfully for most, it's behind us now. We're due for another app sales post, bringing a whole bunch of... stuff to the table. Take a peek at what's on offer today and snap up what interests you.

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17 new and notable Android apps from the last week (9/12/17 - 9/18/17)

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

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Addresses, phone numbers, and contacts will now appear as links in Gmail and Inbox

Your emails are about to get a little more actionable thanks to a new feature rolling out to Gmail and Inbox. In the coming days, emails will begin automatically highlighting addresses, phone numbers, and contacts with links. You don't have to do anything other than sit back and wait for the change to take effect.

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Samsung will finally let you disable the Bixby button without a third-party app

Samsung launched Bixby on the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus earlier this year, but the presence of a physical button on the phone for Bixby has rubbed some users the wrong way. There have been a few methods to block or redirect the Bixby button to other apps, but Samsung has insisted that the Bixby button is for Bixby. In a new update, you can finally disable the button, but you can't point it to another app.

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