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Google Chrome loads pages 10-20% faster on average than it did a year ago

Web browsers have several major components, including the rendering engine (the part that displays web pages) and JavaScript engine (the part that runs scripts in pages). V8 was created alongside Chrome, and is used in many other browsers and runtimes based on the Chrome codebase.

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MediaMonkey Beta Shows Up In The Play Store, Brings Some Bug Fixes Along With It

Back in December, Media Monkey released a beta of the Android version of the media player app that received a level of success on the desktop. It still packs the same ability to tag and run scripts that the original possessed. Now it's arrived on the Play Store, which should make rolling out bug fixes much easier.

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Speaking of bug fixes, the most recent set includes ensuring that playback position will be remembered, improving memory utilization and preventing duplicate tracks. Here's the full changelog:

What's in this version:

Build 100:
Added playback position should be remembered
Fixed several situations that result in a freeze
Fixed USB (wired) sync can result in empty MMA db
Fixed DB may not be updated on update of MTP content
Fixed several situations that can result in duplicate tracks
Fixed several cases in which the application fails to terminate correctly
Improved memory utilization
Build 98: Fixes video playback problem on some devices
Build 97: First version published

You can grab the app via the widget below.

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MediaMonkey, The Desktop Media Player, Now Has An Android Counterpart, Syncs Over WiFi And Other Cool Stuff

In the desktop world, there is virtually no end to the number of music and video managers out there. MediaMonkey was one of the not-quite-legendary-but-still-popular options that excelled for its ability to change tags and run custom scripts. Now, users of this program can sync to their phones without going through an extra program with the MediaMonkey for Android beta.

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The beta APK is currently available over on Reddit, and obviously comes with some disclaimers, and you'll have to install the newest version of the Windows app to use it. Once you've done that, though, there a host of features already available:

Content Navigation for Music, Audiobooks, Podcasts, Video, ...

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