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Thursday is traditionally a work day, but don't let us get in your way with all these cheap apps and games. No, you go ahead and keep doing you job while all these deals sit here waiting to be taken advantage of. They're just right down there... if you change your mind.

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06
Feb
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You may be seeing a lot more round numbers in Google Play soon. Developers now have the option to set prices in the local currency of 25 new countries through the developer console. This applies to regular purchases and in-app purchases.

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Feb
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Update: Cloud.TV has clarified that it will unlock the Prime features for anyone who bought the old Prime unlocker, but does not have it installed. You just need to get in touch to make that happen. That sounds reasonable.

Update 2: Dayframe Prime unlocker app is back too.

Update 3: Google has asked Dayframe to pull Chromecast support for the time being until the official Play services SDK is out.

06
Feb
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An update to Chrome beta a few weeks ago came with the bizarre side effect that hotword detection no longer worked in the Google search app or in the Google Now Launcher (GNL). The next version of Chrome beta didn't do anything to fix it, either. Well, Google Search to the rescue – yesterday's big search update seems to have fixed hotword detection.

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Feb
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January is generally held as a gloomy month, a time when there's nothing but slush on the ground and crap in the movie theaters. But it gave us more than a few fine apps, which you should take the opportunity to peruse. If you don't feel like meticulously combing through our massive bi-weekly app roundups, we've gathered the best of the best right here. Dig in, why don't you?

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12Hours

12Hours is one of those ideas that's so brilliantly simple you wonder why no one has done it already.

05
Feb
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We've been pawing through today's Google Search update and one item in particular deserves a little more attention. Some of the cards in Google Now are getting an interesting tweak – they're bundled and have a cool animation when opened.

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Feb
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Sometimes you need help getting things done, and Basecamp is particularly adept at that. Basecamp is the most popular project management tool on the web (we even use it here at Android Police), but now there's an official Android app with to-dos, discussions, and more. There is much celebration on the team right now.

Basecamp has a mobile web interface, but this app is (thankfully) more than just a web wrapper.

04
Feb
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Our ancestors had to actually press buttons on their cameras like Neanderthals, but not us. Oh no, your finger doesn't have to anywhere near the shutter button when you have access to a remote shooting app like the one Fujifilm just released in Google Play. When paired with one of Fujifilm's newer cameras, you can manage all the action from your Android device.

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The app allows you to control shooting from the device, which is nice if you want to be in the picture fiddling with your phone instead of behind the camera.

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Enough of your humdrum life, it's time for some excitement. Although, this is an Android blog, so we can't really offer you any life-changing extreme experiences or revelatory advice. The best we can do is some cheap apps and games.

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Last Updated: February 7th, 2014

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