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Steam App Updated To v2.0 With Semi-Material UI, Battery Use Fixes, And More [APK Download]

The Steam app for Android has been rocking the same ancient UI since it launched years ago, but that changes today. The app has jumped from v1.1 all the way to 2.0 and it comes with a revamped UI. It's being called "material," but I don't know if I'd go that far. It's still a vast improvement over the old app.

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The Official Medium App Is Out Of Beta And Live In The Play Store For All

Medium is your one-stop shop for blog posts about... things. Sometimes those are things you want to read about, and sometimes not, but it's a popular site for a wide variety of content. The Android app has been in beta for a few weeks, but today it's ready for public consumption.

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Microsoft Office Apps Now Officially Available On Android Phones

Microsoft decided a while back to stop jealously guarding its popular productivity software and create proper apps for Android and iOS. The Office apps first came to Android for tablets only, but a phone preview started a few weeks ago. Now phone support is live for everyone, so go grab your free Word, PowerPoint, and Excel apps.

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Google Play Music 6.0 Adds Option For Managing Android Wear Music Syncing

There are a few big changes to the Google Play Music app in v6.0, but there are changes coming to your wearable too. There's a new Android Wear companion app in there (v2.0), and with it comes real download management for music synced to the watch. Finally!

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Google Play Music Updated To v6.0 With Tweaked Nav Drawer, Free Streaming Radio (With Tons Of Ads), And More [APK Download]

Google is rolling out the new version of Play Music, and it's not even Wednesday yet. This update jumps from 5.9 to 6.0, and it makes some significant changes, not the least of which is the addition of ad-supported streaming radio. Oh, and those ads, there are a lot of them.

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Facebook v37 Is The First Version That Can Be Moved To An SD Card, But It's Kind Of Weird Right Now

Google may not love SD cards anymore, but there are still plenty of users who do. If you're packing an SD card in your phone or tablet, there's a surprise coming your way. The v37 beta release of Facebook can be moved from the internal storage to the SD card, but there are some weird things going on with the implementation.

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Dropbox Updated To v3.0 With Material Design For Non-Beta Users [APK Download]

The official Dropbox app took its first step into a material world several weeks ago with the v2.6 update. That was followed by v2.7, but both of these were beta releases. Now it's bumped up to v3.0 and is rolling out to everyone via the Play Store.

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Monday App And Game Sales: Surgeon Simulator, Fast Burst Camera, A Bunch Of JRPGs, And More

A new week has dawned, and with it new sales in the Play Store. You still can't put games on sale for free, even though Google is doing that manually in the family section of the Play Store, but you can still get some good deals. For example, there are like a billion JRPGs on sale right now.

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24 New And Notable Android Games From The Last 2 Weeks (6/9/15 - 6/22/15)

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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Intel Releases Remote Keyboard App For NUC And Compute Stick Systems

Intel has a lot of things going on these days, including a push for small form factor computers that run Intel hardware. The NUC (Next Unit of Computing) platform has been popular, and now there's the Compute Stick, which has been a little less popular. If you have either, you can now download the Intel Remote Keyboard app and control the system from your phone or tablet.

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