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We’re coming up on the 6-month anniversary of the shutdown of Google Reader; and while some people might still be a little jaded about losing the beloved service, most have moved on to one of the many alternatives that popped up to replace it. Several great feed aggregators exist, many offering innovative improvements over Reader, but their mobile apps may not fit your needs. The developer of gReader, noinnion, intends to solve that with the release of News+, a feature-rich and very customizable news reader app with support for several services.

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Dec
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If you've perused the Google Play Store on the web in the last few days, you may have noticed something missing: the Action Bar, wherein you usually find the drop-down links to app categories, top charts, the Play Store settings menu, and other important stuff. We've noticed it too, and we've got no explanation. In addition to making it impossible to browse apps by category or popularity on the web, it's blocking access to the links to My Orders, Settings, and the Android Device Manager, at least from the main Play Store page.

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Sometimes the app sale gods see fit to bestow fabulous riches upon us for no good reason. Other times we need to sacrifice a villager or two to get the ball rolling. No point in wondering who got sacrificed to what right now. The important thing is there are a ton of app and game sales going on.

friday

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Last Updated: December 19th, 2013

What are you doing? Paying full price for apps and games? Why don't you just set your money on fire and call it a day? See, we've got some hot sales that will enable you to save some scratch and still get cool stuff on your Android device.

wednesday

17
Dec
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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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As a discerning consumer of digital goods, you probably shop around for the best deals in Google Play. Well, we've pretty much done the work for you this time. Here are the apps and games on sale right now. You're welcome.

monday

 

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Dec
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Even casual observers of the Android ecosystem know that piracy is a big issue for developers. But if a report from mobile security company Arxan is to be believed, app piracy and "hacking" is incredibly prevalent, or at least prevalent enough that most of the popular apps are available in a pirated or cracked form. According to the company's "State of Security in the App Economy" report for 2013 (PDF link), the top 100 paid Android apps have been "hacked."

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We used "cracked" in the headline because Arxan doesn't mention the purpose behind these hacks, so we're assuming that in most cases they're free, pirated versions of paid apps.

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Rushing to get some work finished up before the holidays? Well that's too bad – we've got some app and game sales you should pay attention to instead. Read on and spend a little money/time getting reacquainted with your phone.

thursday

12
Dec
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How often do you find that words simply cannot convey what you need to say? Probably all the time, right? Just send an emoji instead with the new SwiftKey beta. As promised, this early version is available for download and includes over 500 emoji images. On the more conventional side, there is also an optional number row, finally.

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The emoji are spread across various categories like nature, people, and symbols.

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Dec
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People didn't always hate Zagat, but Google's new vision for the iconic restaurant review guide has not been widely accepted. The service became free, but Google also revamped it and limited the number of cities it tracked. The new update makes some tweaks to the app and expands the supported cities, but it's probably not going to do much to improve the app's 2.4 star rating.

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