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BeyondPod 4.0 Beta Brings A Complete UI Redesign And A New Name – BeyondPod EVO

BeyondPod has long been one of the top Android podcast managers, but it was definitely not tops in the looks department. The current version is okay, but it could use a fresh coat of paint. The new 4.0 beta is getting more than that, though. BeyondPod 4.0 has been rebuilt from the ground up with a completely new UI and a new name to go with it. BeyondPod is BeyondPod EVO now.

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Netflix App Updated To v3.6 With A New Logo And Tweaked UI

The Netflix app has come a long, long way in terms of design during its run on Android. It wasn't even a year ago that Netflix changed the interface dramatically in v3.0 and killed most of the lag. Now it's up to v3.6 with a new logo/icon and a black action bar in the app.

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PBS Kids, Daily Burn, And Deezer Updated With Chromecast Support

A trio of notable apps have been updated with support for Chromecast streaming today, and all of them are free (or free-ish). The apps in question are PBS Kids, Daily Burn, and Deezer.

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Minuum Is Developing A Keyboard For Circular Smart Watches Like The Moto 360 For Some Reason

Do you even wrist-type, bro? You totally could with Minuum... I mean, not that you'd necessarily want to, but you'll have the option. The maker of the compact Android keyboard has announced it's working on a version of Minuum for round Android Wear devices like the Moto 360. There's even a GIF demo.

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28 Best New Android Games From The Last 2 Weeks (6/11/14 - 6/23/14)

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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Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

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Wonder Wood

Today's roundup is sponsored by Wonder Wood from Herocraft.

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Facebook Pages Manager Hits v2.0 With A New UI, Plus iOS-Style Icons Just Because

The official Facebook Pages manager app is the best (and only) way to access all the features of your fancy business pages on the social network. The app wasn't great before, but v2.0 is completely refreshing the design. Oh, and there are some very iOS-ish icons, which I know you're all going to love.

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Aviate Ends Invite Requirement, Becomes Yahoo Aviate In Big Update With New Features And UI

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.

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Friday App And Game Sales: MathStudio, Waking Mars, Sonic The Hedgehog, And More

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.

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Amazon Will Give Developers Up To $15,000 In Amazon Coins To Entice Users If They Update Apps For Fire Phone

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.

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[New App] Chris Lacy Releases Unread Count App For The New Action Launcher v2.1

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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