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[New App] "Better Open With" Makes Your Complete Action Dialog Smarter

Android has always made it easy to replace default apps, but managing the defaults still isn't very good. Even the recent improvements to the "complete action" dialog box are only half measures. Always or just once? Surely there's room for more nuance? That's what Better Open With gives you.

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Swiftkey Updated With Badly Needed Performance Improvements, New Themes, And Sales

Swiftkey was recently updated with a theme store and a free price tag, but there were still some nagging concerns. While Swiftkey offers good autocorrect, emoji, and swipe input, it also lags pretty noticeably in some instances. The new update will (allegedly) fix that.

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35 Best New Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (7/16/14 - 7/28/14)

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 2 weeks or so.

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Reddit News Beta Updated To v7 With A Material Design Makeover

The latest app to take the bold step into a Material Design world is the popular Reddit client Reddit News, but only in the Play Store beta so far. Unlike some apps that claim to be implementing Material Design, Reddit News is doing more than slapping a floating action button (FAB) in the same old app.

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Real Estate Info Service Zillow Buys Trulia For $3.5 Billion In Stock

Zillow's home and apartment finding tools are quite popular on Android, but you probably never would have guessed the company was so flush with cash that it could snap up Trulia for $3.5 billion. Don't go too crazy, though. This deal is actually being done completely in stock.

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[New App] Display Brightness For Wear Manages Auto-Brightness For Watches That Don't Have Light Sensors

The LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live both lack a light sensor to adjust screen brightness, which is kind of a pain. The Moto 360 is supposed to have have an ambient light sensor, but Display Brightness for Wear lets you fake the same functionality on the G Watch and Gear Live. It uses the time and your phone's location to determine how bright the watch should be, which is pretty clever.

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[New App] Wear Apps Tracker Notifies You Of App Changes On Your Smart Watch

App installation on Android Wear is completely transparent when it works correctly, but that can be an issue when things aren't going smoothly. Wear Apps Tracker makes the watch act a bit more like your phone with regard to app changes. Basically, it adds notifications.

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[New App] Wear Audio Recorder Lets You Make Voice Notes From Your Watch

Got an Android Wear device? If so, there's a mic on your wrist, so you might as well use it to keep track of all the insightful things that come tumbling out of your mouth. Or random craziness, whichever you're more prone to. Wear Audio Recorder lets you record voice notes from the watch, which are then pushed over to the phone.

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Friday App And Game Sales: Terraria, Runtastic Heart Rate Pro, Star Traders 4X Empires Elite, And More

The apparent Google Play summer sale seems to have petered out, so we're moving on to a new sales roundup, and there are a fair number of them too. Proceed and you will be rewarded with riches beyond your wildest dreams. Note: this does not constitute a guarantee. Android Police accepts no legal responsibility if your wildest dreams differ from those of Android Police and its subsidiaries.

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Firefox Beta For Android Hits v32, Comes With Moar Internets

Chrome Beta is sporting a new Material Design look now, but Mozilla's Firefox Beta is doing okay. In fact, it is getting an update to v32 with a number of changes that you might notice. Of course, there are also plenty of things going on behind the scenes that you'll never know about if you don't read the changelog.

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