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Goldstar App Comes To Android So You Can Go Out On The Cheap

Fancy a night on the town? Goldstar is a popular deal site that can get you tickets to events like stage shows and sports for big discounts. Now it's even easier to make plans with the new Android app. Just tell it what you're into, and Goldstar suggests local deals.

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Sony Hits The Play Store With A Companion App For The SmartBand Talk SWR30 And A Bunch Of Extensions

A reasonable person would expect Sony to release a single companion app for its SmartBand Talk activity tracker, which comes equipped with a small e-ink display. In this case, a reasonable person would be wrong. Sort of, anyway. Yes, there's one primary app for the SWR30, but you're going to need to install some separate extensions to get full use out of the fitness band once it hits store shelves next month.

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Google Fit App Goes Live In The Play Store As Your New Activity Tracking Fitness Hub [Update: Website Too]

We've known Google Fit was coming for a while now, and there have even been some tantalizing leaks, but now the official app has arrived. Google Fit is a hub for all the fitness data being fed into Google's platform. It's compatible with just about any device under the sun, and looks pretty nice. It'll look best on Lollipop, though.

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Premium Subscription Music Service Tidal Launches Android App With 25 Million Uncompressed Tracks, Music Videos, And More

The market seems to have settled on $10 per month as a reasonable price for unlimited streaming music, which is a pretty good deal when you think about it. If you miss the supposed high fidelity of a real CD, you're pretty much out of luck—unless you use Tidal. This service costs $20 per month for lossless tunes, but there's now an Android app, so at least you have the option.

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Algoriddim Releases Popular Turntable Music App djay 2 On Android With A Fix For Audio Latency

Apple's platform has long been the king when it comes to music performance and production apps, but that might be changing. Algoriddim has developed a version of the popular djay 2 turntable app for Android, and you can buy it today. Not only that, but Algoriddim says it has managed to deal with Android's famous audio latency issues in this app, making it suitable for all your turntable needs.

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Sony Releases SingStar Mic App So Now You'll Have An Excuse When Someone Catches You Rocking Out

Do you ever wish you could just break into song? No? Okay, that doesn't actually surprise me, but Sony wants to put a microphone app on your phone so you can sing into it whenever the need arises. Yes, it's the new SingStar app, which plugs into the PS3 and new PS4 versions of the game.

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Futuremark's PCMark Arrives On Android To Provide More Allegedly Useful Performance Metrics

3DMark came out a while back to give your Android device's GPU a rating, and now Futuremark's other benchmarking tool has arrived in the Play Store. PCMark will analyze the overall performance of your phone or tablet, rather than focusing on individual components. At the end you get a number. Is that number useful? Maybe.

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Wear Battery Stats From The Maker Of Wear Mini Launcher Tracks Your Watch's Battery Life

Android includes tools to follow the state of your battery, but not Android Wear. Seems like an oversight on Google's part, but developers are trying to fill in the gaps. The first such app showed up just recently, but now there's a new Wear battery tracker from the developer of the fantastic Wear Mini Launcher. Wear Battery Stats can be used on the phone or watch to see how the battery has been doing and identify potential issues.

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Microsoft Releases Beta Version Of Remote Desktop Android App With New UI, Multiple Sessions, And More

Microsoft released a remote desktop app for Android just over a year ago, but now there's a new separate beta version of the app listed in the Play Store, and it makes some big changes. Of course, this still uses the RDP protocol, so you'll need a Pre version of Windows to use it. It's pretty robust if you've got the support built-in.

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Wear Battery Monitor Is (Obviously) A Battery Monitor App For Android Wear

Android Wear is naturally more limited than regular builds of Android, but some of the omissions just don't make sense. No battery monitor, Google? Really? Well, there's finally an app that fills in some of the gaps, and it's called Wear Battery Monitor. That's a descriptive, if predictable name.

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The app can be opened on the watch to get a battery percent graph over time with a maximum of 24 hours of data.

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