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Google's Project Fi App Arrives In The Play Store To Free Your Phone (As Long As It's A Nexus 6)

Google's long awaited carrier play was announced recently as Project Fi, an MVNO running on Sprint and T-Mobile that will begin as a Nexus 6 exclusive. The official Project Fi app is now live in the Play Store—not that it will do you a lot of good without an invite, which no one seems to have yet.

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Galaxy Button Lights App Finally Lets Galaxy S6 Users Change The Capacitive Button Timeout

In their infinite wisdom, most US carriers opted to remove the Galaxy S6 settings to change the backlight timeout for the capacitive back and overview buttons (AT&T didn't for some reason). This may seem like a minor point, but it's actually rather annoying. Now there's an app that can fix that, and it's free.

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Facebook Announces Hello, A Dialer And Caller ID Replacement With Social Smarts

After popping up in a leak several weeks back, Facebook's Android dialer app has been released in the Play Store. Rather than going with the generic and confusing "Phone," the app is called Hello. You can place calls, see who's calling, and block incoming callers.

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28 Best Android Wear Apps And Watch Faces From 3/10/15—4/21/15

You can't do as much with a smartwatch as you can with a phone, but these little wrist computers are surprisingly capable. You just need the right apps. Well, and watch faces too. Google highlights a few Wear apps from time to time, but we're always watching in order to spot the best things for your watch, and here they are.

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Screener Beta Lets You Stick Screenshots In Device Frames And Add Backgrounds In A Snap

Are your screenshots looking a little boring? Why not pretty them up with some device frames, shading, and backgrounds? What, you don't have time for that? Well, you can try Screener, which is in beta testing in the Play Store. Just a few taps and you have a nifty framed screenshot.

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Yerdle Launches On Android So You Can Give Away Your Old Stuff And Get Other Stuff For (Almost) Free

Do you have a bunch of stuff that you don't need? You could try to sell it, but it might not be worth the piddly sum you'd get. Yerdle aims to help you get something out of such items by letting you give them away. In return, you can get other things from Yerdle users for free (sort of).

To list something on Yerdle, you simply take some pictures and add a description.

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LinkedIn Debuts Elevate, An App To Help Businesses Get Employees To Also Become Unpaid Marketers

Have you, active LinkedIn user, ever wished there was a more efficient way to rebroadcast the stuff your employer posts? If so, then you will be very happy to hear about Elevate, a new service that aims to help you do just that. Marketed primarily to our corporate overlords, Elevate is a specialized interface for LinkedIn that gives regular users a feed of highly-curated content that is geared toward their employer's needs along with some nifty analytics tools.

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Kodi (Formerly XBMC) Is Now Officially Available On The Play Store In Beta And Alpha Forms

Once upon a time, Kodi was known as XBMC, and it was developed for hacked Xboxes. This open source media hub went on to run on PCs and mobile devices, but it hasn't been deployed in the Play Store until now. There are some not-so-secret Google+ communities for beta and alpha versions of Kodi, and you can join them right now.

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Microsoft Releases Beta Of 'Office Lens' Document Scanning App For Android

Office Lens is an app that lets you capture notes, business cards, reciepts, and any other scrap of paper as a digital file. Microsoft released a version of Office Lens for Windows Phone last year, and now it's coming to Android as a beta. It's free, but you need to do the usual beta program song and dance.

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HTC Releases Calendar And Print Studio Apps Into The Play Store

HTC has uploaded two apps onto Google Play intended to facilitate future updates. One of the two will look familiar to people who have owned some of the company's previous phones. The other is something new. Both are presumably only compatible with the M9 for now, as they're not playing along with the M7s and M8s that we have lying around.

HTC Calendar

HTC Calendar is the former. It doesn't look all that different from prior versions.

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