23
Jun
y

Aviate was one of the most interesting alternative home screens when it came out last year as an invite-only beta, then Yahoo bought it and we all worried Aviate would be swallowed up by the machine. However, today is Aviate's big coming out party. The app has been updated with a number of new features, a tweaked UI, and you no longer need an invite to try it.

20
Jun
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Let's see what we can't do to get you outfitted for a relaxing weekend of mobile fun. I don't mean "mobile" as in you go anywhere, goodness no. I mean fun on your mobile device. I suppose that still applies even if you never leave the house. Anyway, here are some sales.

friday

20
Jun
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Amazon is hoping the Fire Phone will be a hit with consumers despite the higher than expected price and AT&T exclusivity. To make its case, the retailer is looking to ensure there are plenty of apps and games that take advantage of the device's unique features. Developers can get up to $15,000 in Amazon coins to give away to users if they go along. There are some caveats, of course, but that's a lot of free money.

19
Jun
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Most third-party home screens simply add on features to the standard launcher experience, but Action Launcher has always been a little more innovative. While it has a lot of neat stuff like Shutters and the Quickdrawer, it has been missing one of the basic features of a custom launcher – unread counts. Well, now it has arrived, albeit in beta form.

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19
Jun
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Intel might have finally cracked the video messaging code. See, you'd probably send more video messages to people if you looked like a giant anthropomorphized puffer fish. Heck, you might even pay for the privilege of looking like George Washington in said video message. So obviously, there's now an Intel app called Pocket Avatars that does just that.

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18
Jun
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Google has chosen to keep the on-screen navigation bar simple ever since it was introduced back in Honeycomb. It's changed a little bit over the years, but Xtended NavBar lets you change the way it works without screwing up the UI. When you need you navigation buttons, they're in the usual spot, but you can swipe to access more functions.

18
Jun
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With all that excitement (sort of) around the announcement of the Fire Phone, you might have forgotten it was update Wednesday. Well Google didn't forget. Google never forgets anything... ever. The Drive app is hitting version 1.3.222.29 today with a few little UI tweaks of note.

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What’s New

  • Google-colored refresh animation (was plain blue before)
  • Multi-user switcher now expands in-line instead of opens a drop-down
  • Doc creation shortcuts at the bottom of the screen in floating bar
  • Settings now links Program Policies

That's what we've got so far.

18
Jun
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Google might own Waze, but thankfully Mountain View isn't shutting down the social navigation service to bring it all in-house. In fact, Waze just got an update on Android to v3.8 with a few new features. Waze calls itself a social GPS app, so yeah, most of these features are social things.

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17
Jun
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Look, I'm not going to try and convince you that you need to spend money on any of these apps. If you want them, you'll press the button, You know you will. No use trying to avoid it. Do it.

tuesday

17
Jun
t

Your phone probably has a lot of stuff on it, right? Terrain Launcher (funded by Samsung Accelerate) claims it helps you stay organized like no other launcher. A dubious claim perhaps, but early reviews are positive. Terrain focuses on three features: a sidebar, universal search, and an enhanced app drawer.

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