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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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[New App] Intel Releases Pocket Avatars, A Video Chat App With Face Tracking Technology That No One Will Use

Intel might have finally cracked the video messaging code. See, you'd probably send more video messages to people if you looked like a giant anthropomorphized puffer fish. Heck, you might even pay for the privilege of looking like George Washington in said video message. So obviously, there's now an Intel app called Pocket Avatars that does just that.

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[New App] Xtended NavBar Lets You Swipe To Access More Features From Your Android Navigation Bar (Root Only)

Google has chosen to keep the on-screen navigation bar simple ever since it was introduced back in Honeycomb. It's changed a little bit over the years, but Xtended NavBar lets you change the way it works without screwing up the UI. When you need you navigation buttons, they're in the usual spot, but you can swipe to access more functions.

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Google Drive App Gets An Update With More Colorful Refresh Animation, Tweaked Multi-User Menu, And More [APK Download]

With all that excitement (sort of) around the announcement of the Fire Phone, you might have forgotten it was update Wednesday. Well Google didn't forget. Google never forgets anything... ever. The Drive app is hitting version 1.3.222.29 today with a few little UI tweaks of note.

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What’s New
  • Google-colored refresh animation (was plain blue before)
  • Multi-user switcher now expands in-line instead of opens a drop-down
  • Doc creation shortcuts at the bottom of the screen in floating bar
  • Settings now links Program Policies

That's what we've got so far.

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Waze Updated To v3.8 With New Location Sharing Features, Contact Integration, And More

Google might own Waze, but thankfully Mountain View isn't shutting down the social navigation service to bring it all in-house. In fact, Waze just got an update on Android to v3.8 with a few new features. Waze calls itself a social GPS app, so yeah, most of these features are social things.

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Tuesday App And Game Sales: Link Bubble Pro, Star Command, Spirit HD, And More

Look, I'm not going to try and convince you that you need to spend money on any of these apps. If you want them, you'll press the button, You know you will. No use trying to avoid it. Do it.

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[New App] Terrain Launcher Promises To Make Your Smartphone Even Smarter

Your phone probably has a lot of stuff on it, right? Terrain Launcher (funded by Samsung Accelerate) claims it helps you stay organized like no other launcher. A dubious claim perhaps, but early reviews are positive. Terrain focuses on three features: a sidebar, universal search, and an enhanced app drawer.

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[New Apps] Cyanogen Inc. Releases Theme Showcase For CM 11 Devices And Gallery Next (OnePlus One Only For Now)

The folks at Cyanogen Inc. are busy with more than the OnePlus One launch, if that's what you call this. There are also a pair of new apps in the Play Store. Theme Showcast pretties up your CM11-based device, and Gallery Next is live, but only for the OnePlus One right now.

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27 Best New Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (6/3/14 - 6/16/14)

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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Persist + Volume Control

Today's roundup is presented by Persist+ Volume Control.

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[New App] Lumosity Mobile App Arrives On Android Eager To Train Brains Using Bite-Sized Games

If you have cable, browse YouTube, enjoy Hulu, or partake in any activity that involves viewing video ads, there's a solid chance you've seen a Lumosity ad. But on the off chance that you haven't, here's one (and you thought browsing a blog would keep you safe).

Lumosity is a service that promises to train your brain in areas related to memory, speed, attentiveness, problem solving, and others. The website launched in 2007 and has millions of members, but many users come via a mobile app that has, thus far, only been available for iOS.

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