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A Leisurely Breeze Blows 'daWindci Deluxe' Wind-Painting Game Toward Android After Quite The Wait

We Android users are accustomed to getting games months, even years, after our iOS-running peers. We've grown so used to this that it's hardly worth pointing out half the time. But every now and then a game slips in that really took its time. In a world of jets engines, daWindci has floated towards Android with the speed of a hot air balloon with a Play Store appearance that's a full three years after its 2011 Apple App Store debut.

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Microsoft Releases Dynamics NAV Android App For Enterprise Adoption

Microsoft's latest app is the type of enterprise-targeted product that's been traditionally associated with the company. Dynamics NAV has the kind of name that makes general consumers shrug. In short, it's enterprise resource planning software that businesses use to manage finances, operations, and other work-y stuff. I have no use for this app, and neither will most of the people reading this post, but I know there are more than a few suit and tie-wearing Android Police readers out there.

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Foursaken Media's 'Phantom Rift' Is A Mega Man Battle Network-Inspired Adventure With Hundreds Of Spells And Loot Galore

Phantom Rift is the latest game from Foursaken Media, and once again the developer has shown that it knows how to deliver attractive mobile experiences. Following the likes of Monster Adventures, Heroes and Castles, and Bug Heroes 2, Phantom Rift serves as another example of attractive 3D fun. This time around we're looking at a role-playing game inspired by the Mega Man Battle Network series of games that originally appeared on the Game Boy Advance.

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[Update: Sold Out Again] Black Leather Moto 360 Back In Stock On Google Play, But Shipping Already Delayed Two Weeks

The black leather Moto 360 is currently up on the U.S. Play Store, though it probably won't last long. After going out of stock pretty much immediately at launch several days ago, it is already listed as shipping September 22nd, a full two weeks from now. The gray leather variant remains out of stock.

Update #1 9/8/14 1:55pm PT: Aaaand it's gone.

Update #2 9/9/14 1:15pm PT: Back in stock.

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[Deal Alert] Following Best Buy's Lead, The Play Store Is Now Selling The LG G Watch For $179.99 ($50 Off) Until September 23rd

Amid a flurry of news from a certain (ahem) other watch today, it looks like the powers that be at Google have matched Best Buy's price for the LG G Watch. The Android Wear device is now being sold for $179.99 in the United States, a $50 reduction over the initial price. According to promotional text on the Play Store, this reduced price will only last until September 23rd.

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At the moment the G Watch is in stock and leaving the warehouse in 1-2 days.

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Comedy Central Releases Official Android App Complete With Full Episode Streaming And A Channel Guide

The folks over at Comedy Central have hit up Google Play with an official Android app, and it's looking pretty good. The company's promising full episodes available the day after they air, stand-up specials, and access to some older content - such as every episode of Chappelle's Show. The app can toss up a TV schedule if you just want to know what's coming up next.

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A TV subscription is required for most of the content, though the Play Store page says a login isn't required to view the latest episodes.

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Google Glass Explorer Edition Now Live In The US Play Store With All Accessories

You may remember Google's launch of the Glass explorer program in the UK, which saw the device listed in the Play Store just before I/O. This seemed a little odd at the time, given that the Glass shopping experience in the US has always had its own dedicated checkout process and interface, separate from the Play Store, but bringing the hardware to Google's main store makes sense in the long-run, as the eyeball computer tiptoes toward an inevitable final launch.

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It's Not Just You—Play Store Server Errors Are Preventing Many Users From Installing Or Updating Apps [Update]

Sometimes it's nice to know you're not completely alone in the world, especially when it comes to esoteric error messages. RPC:S-7:AEC-0 – what the hell is that, Google? An increasing number of users (myself included) are seeing this error message when trying to install or update an app on any device, and there is currently no fix.

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Facebook Becomes First Non-Google App To Hit 1 Billion Installs In Play Store

The Facebook Android app is hugely popular whether you like it or not (I'm assuming you don't). The social network is already the largest online community in the world, but now Zuckerberg and company can add another feather in their collective hat—Facebook for Android is the first non-Google app to reach 1 billion downloads in Google Play. Are the end times at hand?

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Facebook is even outpacing several of Google's own apps like Chrome, Hangouts, and Google Search (I don't even know how that's possible).

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Heart Rate Training App Introduces A Way To Continuously Monitor Your Heart Rate With Android Wear

The Samsung Gear Live launched with a built-in heart rate monitor, but unfortunately, it could only take measurements one at a time. There was no way to monitor a wearer's heart rate continuously, such as during a workout. Now developer Portable Pixels has hit Google Play with an Android app that makes this functionality possible, one that goes by the rather straightforward name of "Heart Rate Training."

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The developer's previous creations skew more towards the amusing side, but that doesn't limit the capability of this app.

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