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Google Play Books Expands To Bulgaria, Croatia, Iceland, Slovenia, And Slovakia [Update: Not Live Yet]

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HTC Releases App To Restore Facebook Updates In BlinkFeed After Facebook Broke Them

The problem with designing a feature around other services is that you only have control over your end. If the other guy changes something, you have to be ready to fix any issues that crop up. Such is the case with HTC's BlinkFeed stream. A recent change to Facebook caused social updates to stop appearing in BlinkFeed, but now HTC has released an app that should solve the problem.

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Android Auto Has A Developer Mode, And Here's How To Enable It

On the off chance you've got Android Auto in your vehicle, you might be interested to know there's a developer mode built-in. Even if you don't have Android Auto yet, you might still be vaguely interested in an abstract sort of way. You can access it through the Android app and it only takes a few taps.

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Watch The World End With The New 'Armageddon' Live Wallpaper From Maxellus

Maxellus makes some of the coolest live wallpapers on Android including the Galaxy Pack and Space Colony. The latest wallpaper from this developer is of a darker sort—prepare to watch as massive asteroids fall toward the surface of a vulnerable planet. The wallpaper is called Armageddon, of course.

As with all Maxellus live wallpapers, Armageddon has a ton of options for different elements. You can change the backdrop, asteroid type, and the planet they are perpetually about to crash into.

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Google Releases Android Auto App To Unlock The Car-Based Power Of Your Lollipop Phone [APK Download]

Google has finally pushed an official Android Auto app to the Play Store that will allow Lollipop phones to work with the first few head units and cars with support for the platform. It only works on phones running 5.0 or higher, and is pretty much useless without a compatible Android Auto system—you probably don't have one of those.

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Flipboard Updated To v3.2 With Collaborative Magazine Creation, One-Step Twitter Sign-In, And More

Flipboard allows you to create a constantly changing news magazine from your social feeds, and it's getting a little bit more social today with the update to v3.2. This update makes it possible to share a magazine with other people, get their attention on Twitter, and more right from the app.

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NVIDIA Updates Dabbler To v3.0 With Better Oil Painting Rendering, UI Tweaks, And More

NVIDIA is always coming up with new ways to show off the power of its chips, and Dabbler is probably one of the more entertaining. This app is bundled with the SHIELD Tablet, but it has gone through a major revamp since release. Now v3.0 has hit the Play Store to make your doodles even prettier.

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Inbox By Gmail Now Rolling Out To Some Google Apps Domains

In a simple tweet, Sundar Pichai stirred up some excitement last month by revealing that Inbox would be rolling out to apps customers "imminently." A few days later, Google invited apps administrators to indicate interest by shooting an email to [email protected] Soon after that, surveys began going out to interested admins, and today it looks like some apps customers have been granted access to Inbox for their apps accounts.

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HTC Pushes A Big Update To The Dot View App With Animated Themes, Games, And More

HTC is expected to announce the release date for the One M9 any time now, but there are some treats for those of you sticking with the M8 as well. A new version of the Dot View case app is out, and it has a ton of improvements. Also, games. Yes, games.

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Microsoft Updates Outlook App To v1.1 With Contact Sync, 3-Day View In Calendar, And More

Part of Microsoft's push to get its software and services everywhere is the somewhat new Outlook app on Android. It's actually a rather solid app with some material elements, but it's still lacking in features as a "preview." The v1.1 update might patch some of those holes, though.

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