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[New App] HTC Fetch App Appears In The Play Store, Works With HTC's 'Electronic Leash' Accessory

Always forgetting your phone? Well, you should probably pay more attention. Failing that, maybe get one of those Bluetooth tethers that can warn you when you're about to leave the phone behind. HTC makes one of those called the Fetch, and now there's an app in Google Play so more devices can get in on the fun.

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Chris Lacy's Link Bubble Now Has A Play Store Beta Program

Link Bubble is already a pretty great app, but developer Chris lacy is apparently not content to rest on his laurels. There is already a Play Store beta program you can join to get the latest tweaks and features. Just a few steps and you're in.

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For anyone not aware, Link Bubble is an app that loads web pages in the background and stacks them up in a floating bubble. You can maximize the bubble at any time to check out the web page, then close, minimize, or share them. There is already a v1.03 update in the works, and you can check it out if you join the beta group here, then opt into the test.

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Fleksy Keyboard Updated To v2.0 With New Themes, Cloud Personalization, And Badges

When it comes to invisible keyboards, Fleksy doesn't have a lot of competition. Or none, actually. This keyboard uses aggressive autocorrect and prediction to make words out of the nonsense you enter, and today it's hitting v2.0 with some new features.

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26 Best (And 1 WTF) New Android Apps From The Last 2 Weeks (3/11/14 - 3/24/14)

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.

Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include ratings and pricing info.

Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

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A Better Camera

Today's roundup is presented by A Better Camera from Almalence. Android phone cameras are improving at an almost constant rate, but the software behind them often leaves a lot to be desired.

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SCR Screen Recorder Gets Experimental Support For Internal Audio Recording (Root Only)

Google added native screen recording functionality in Android 4.4, but it only works over ADB and there's no audio output. Third-party developers have been working on ways to expand the usability of the native functionality, but the root only app SCR might be the closest to implementing sound and video perfectly after the most recent update.

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In the new version, SCR gains support for experimental recording of internal audio with the video. Of course, this requires root access, and it's still a bit buggy. I had a few errors testing on the 2013 Nexus 7, but a little fiddling got everything working.

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Tumblr Introduces New Two-Factor Authentication Option To Better Protect User Accounts

Tumblr has rolled out a new two-factor authentication option that, once enabled, decreases the likelihood of someone breaking into your Tumblr account. Rather than just a password, you will also need to type in a key generated by your Android device. We've already seen Google, Facebook, and Twitter implement this functionality, so while it's about time, it's also better late than never.

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You can enable the feature through your Tumblr settings page. Once enabled, you won't be able to sign into the Android app using just your password. Instead, you will need to generate a temporary one-time key, which you can generate from the same settings page.

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Spotify Updated To Version 0.7.8 With Playlist Enhancements And New Long Press Functionality

Spotify users are currently receiving an update to version 0.7.8 that pretties up the app's playlist experience. Now instead of merely display song text, the software will serve up album art. Here we have a before and after image for your convenience.

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Monday App And Game Sales: TuneSync, OfficeSuite Professional 7 (Free), Vritra, And More

The weekend has ended and it's back to the daily grind, but you can at least entertain yourself in some small way with reasonably priced apps and games. We've got a line on some good deals, so read on, assuming the boss isn't looking over your shoulder.

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Play Store Gets "Made In Australia" Category To Show Off Locally Made Apps

There's some interesting stuff going on down under, and it doesn't have anything to do with poisonous animals (for once). Google has added a new section to the Play Store there – Made in Australia. It contains all the best in apps and games from the land of oz.

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Firefox Beta For Android Gets New Support For Firefox Accounts In Update To Version 29

Earlier this year, Mozilla introduced Firefox Accounts, an easier way to sync all the good stuff like your passwords, bookmarks, history, and open tabs across multiple devices. This is far from Firefox's first rodeo, as the browser has had support for syncing data since Chrome was a baby, but this introduces in a further degree of ease-of-use and consolidation that users have come to expect. Now the functionality has found its way into the latest version of the Firefox Beta Android app.

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A prompt to turn on the feature appears at the bottom of the new tab screen the first time you fire up the app.

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