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Uber Launches UberEATS App On Android, Users Are Uber-Annoyed

Uber became a massive company by giving people rides, but now it wants to give your dinner a ride. After testing the UberEATS service in the main Uber app for a few months, the Android version of UberEATS is now in the Play Store. It's only available in a few cities right now, but the residents of those cities are not very happy with the service, judging by the early reviews.

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Screen Filter App f.lux Is Now Available In The Play Store (Root Required)

A few weeks ago, the makers of the popular desktop screen filter f.lux started testing an Android version in private beta. Now, the app is live in the Play Store for everyone. You will need to be rooted, but the app is completely free.

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Citrix Releases New GoToMeeting Beta App, Goes Back In Time To Call it v2.0

The GoToMeeting Android app is not the most attractive app out there, but it gets the job done most of the time. It hasn't been updated with new UI features for a long time, and tends to get buggy with new Android releases (see: current issues with Marshmallow Bluetooth). Citrix is working on a revamp, though, and you can try it right now with the GoToMeeting v2.0 beta. Never mind that the current app is already on v5.3.

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Microsoft Hub Keyboard Comes To Android With All Things Microsoft In Tow

The keyboards we have on Android are already pretty good at what they do. That's not to say they're perfect, but any new entrant into this market needs to have a good angle. Microsoft's new Android keyboard is here, and it's called Hub. What does Hub do? It's a "hub" (get it?) for all your Office 365 content in keyboard form.

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Sony's Xperia Weather App Is Out Of Beta And Live In The Play Store

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Public Speaking For Cardboard Lets You Practice Speaking In Front Of A Virtual Audience

People rate public speaking as one of their greatest fears, usually right between crocodile attacks and terrorism. The miracle of Google Cardboard can help you get over that fear with a little app called Public Speaking for Cardboard. Just fire up the app and you'll be transported in front of an audience to practice your speech as they stare awkwardly at you.

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Perspective-Correcting Image Editor SKRWT Comes To Android

There are a lot of image editing apps on Android, and they all have mostly the same feature set. SKRWT offers something different that you might not realize you needed—and maybe you still don't. I'm torn on that, but the lens correction features in SKRWT have a lot of people excited.

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Wildcard Is A Fast, Curated News Discovery App On Android

I've been struggling to find something that can replace Circa on my phone ever since that app shut down last year. It's not quite the same thing, but I think Wildcard might scratch the right itch. It's an app that relies on human editors to find the right stories and present you the best sources the get a quick overview of events.

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FiLMiC Pro Brings Advanced Manual Video Capture To Select Android Devices For $10

The video capture app FiLMiC Pro has been on iOS since time immemorial, but now it's on Android too. It brings the kind of granularity and power to video recording that we've thus far really only gotten with still photos on Android. It'll cost you, though, and device compatibility is spotty.

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KeyMe Launches On Android So You Can Easily Copy Your Keys, And Probably Keys That Aren't Yours Too

KeyMe promises to solve the problem of locking yourself out of the house by keeping your keys in the cloud. That sounds very modern and cool, but what does it mean? KeyMe is a key saving and duplication app that just launched on Android. It lets you scan keys, order duplicates, and even have them printed while you wait at automated kiosks. I'm sure no one would ever use this for nefarious purposes, though. Not at all.

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