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SeriesGuide Returns To The Play Store With Modified Screenshots To Appease Google

Popular app SeriesGuide was pulled from the Play Store without warning yesterday, but it's already back today. As expected, the problem was the use of (technically) copyrighted content in the screenshots. The developers have rectified this by making the screenshots incredibly boring.

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Galaxy Button Lights App Finally Lets Galaxy S6 Users Change The Capacitive Button Timeout

In their infinite wisdom, most US carriers opted to remove the Galaxy S6 settings to change the backlight timeout for the capacitive back and overview buttons (AT&T didn't for some reason). This may seem like a minor point, but it's actually rather annoying. Now there's an app that can fix that, and it's free.

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Thursday App And Game Sales: Anomaly Defenders, Battery Widget Reborn, The Room Two, And More

You need to think carefully when spending your hard-earned money on apps and games. Unless you're using Google Opinion Rewards credit, in which case you can just blow it on whatever. Not like you can't tell Google more lies totally true things to earn additional credit. Either way, here are some sales to stretch your money a little further.

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Chrome Remote Desktop Updated To v43 With New Icon And Revamped UI [APK Download]

Google hasn't updated Chrome Remote Desktop on Android for a while, but today it's jumping from v39 to v43 to match the latest Chrome release. The good news is the app no longer looks like a relic from the holo age, but I'm not seeing any feature additions as of yet.

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Facebook Announces Hello, A Dialer And Caller ID Replacement With Social Smarts

After popping up in a leak several weeks back, Facebook's Android dialer app has been released in the Play Store. Rather than going with the generic and confusing "Phone," the app is called Hello. You can place calls, see who's calling, and block incoming callers.

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OneDrive Updated To v3.0 With Video Streaming, Better Photo Organization, And Link Sharing

It doesn't get as much attention as the competition, but SkyDrive OneDrive is a capable alternative to Drive or Dropbox. The Android app has been lagging behind on features a little, but today's update improves things. The new features help you stay in the app more instead of jumping to the browser to get links or manage content.

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Pocket Casts Updated To v5.1 With Drag-And-Drop Podcast Reordering, Notification Dismissal, And More In A Hilarious Changelog

You gotta love what you do, and the developers of Pocket Casts clearly do. Whereas most changelogs are merely a way to keep users abreast of changes to the app, Shifty Jelly sees them as a way to give you a chuckle while you wait for the update to download. Pocket Casts has just hit v5.1, and that means new features and a new changelog.

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Action Launcher Updated To v3.4 With App Drawer Grid Size, Optional Vertical App Drawer, And More

One thing is for sure, if you ask developer Chris Lacy for something enough times, he's going to do it. Well, maybe. Case in point, the new version of Action Launcher includes a number of highly requested features. You can grab v3.4 from the Play Store right now to check it out for yourself.

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28 Best Android Wear Apps And Watch Faces From 3/10/15—4/21/15

You can't do as much with a smartwatch as you can with a phone, but these little wrist computers are surprisingly capable. You just need the right apps. Well, and watch faces too. Google highlights a few Wear apps from time to time, but we're always watching in order to spot the best things for your watch, and here they are.

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Lightroom Mobile Updated To v1.1 With RAW Support, Tablet Compatibility, And MicroSD Card Support

Adobe released Lightroom Mobile on Android a few months back, but at the time there were some baffling gaps in the feature set. Today's update fills in a few of the missing pieces, but you'll still need a Creative Cloud subscription to use it. Don't expect that to change any time soon.

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