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Showtime Announces HBO Now-Like Standalone Service Coming In July, But Android Support Is Not Yet Included

HBO Now got a mention at this year's Google I/O. After ending Apple's period of exclusive access, the service will soon run on Android phones, tablets, and Android TV.

Now Showtime is ready to follow in its competitor's footsteps. Today it announced that it's launching a similar service, and it will also begin with a period of Apple exclusivity. Starting in early July, customers will have the option to stream to their iPhones, iPods, iPads, and Apple TV for $10.99 a month.

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New Zombies, Run! v4.0 Shifts To Free-To-Play Subscription Model, Offers Legacy Users Some Perks

Zombies, Run! has been on Android for ages. It was actually brought to life by a Kickstarter campaign back in 2011 and started hitting devices the following year. It has been a premium game this whole time with a $4 price tag, but now Zombies, Run! is free-to-play with a subscription model. Don't worry if you already bought it, the developers aren't leaving you in the dust.

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Google Will Discontinue YouTube's Collections Feature On May 20th

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Evernote Tweaks Pricing Structure Adding A New, More Affordable Subscription Option

Evernote has added a third tier to their subscription note taking service that fits comfortably between the free and premium options that existed before. The new option, called Evernote Plus, allows users to upload up to 1GB of notes monthly and unlocks offline access to notes on mobile devices, passcode lock, and a feature that lets you turn emails into notes. The new package will run you $2.99 a month or $24.99 per year.

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YouTube Is Getting Ready To Offer An Ad-Free Subscription Option

Advertising is a necessary evil. If you look around this very page, you'll see ads that keep Android Police afloat. (Unless you're blocking them, in which case you owe me a beer for every paragraph you read.) Google knows its way around ads - that's how an incredibly expensive, bandwidth-intensive video service like YouTube makes money. But if you could skip the annoying commercials before your videos, even the 5 second blips that require an extra click, would you?

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An (Official) Introduction To APK Mirror

Over the past month or two, you may have noticed a change in our "APK Download" posts. Previously, we went through an admittedly tedious process of first hunting down the APK we wanted, and then uploading it to a selection of various mirroring services, each with their own interfaces, ad concerns, and other quirks. In fact we have switched mirroring services several times because of intrusive advertising or other issues our readers faced.

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Developer Joaomgcd Introduces An Optional AutoApps Subscription Providing Access To All Of His Tasker Plugins For $1.35 A Month

Developer joaomgcd has produced no shortage of Tasker plugins. Okay, that's an understatement. He's produced over twenty of them that integrate seemingly anything and everything with Tasker, giving Android users the capability to automate or control just about whatever they want. Want to switch the lights on using a Pebble smartwatch? Want to trigger more of your phone's functions using your voice? You get the idea.

Well now joaomgcd has decided to try something new.

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Sprint App Pass Is An All-You-Can-Download Subscription App Store, Launching August 29th And Priced At $5 Per Month

Buried in the press release announcing the Sharp Aquos Crystal on Sprint was the first official mention of Sprint App Pass. It's a subscription-based app store the carrier plans to pre-load on all its Android devices, and we have the full scoop on features thanks to some information we've been given. The gist of it is that you pay a monthly fee and get access to all the stuff offered by App Pass, but only for as long as you keep paying.

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Exclusive: This Is YouTube Music Key, Google's Upcoming Subscription Service With Offline Support, Background Audio, No Ads, Free Play Music Key

Google has big plans for both YouTube and Google Play Music. We've heard a lot about YouTube's potential subscription music playback service, background audio, and offline playback, and there's been much speculation about what such an arrangement would mean for Play Music All Access. What we've got today gives those rumors and clues some clarity.

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Here's the basic rundown - YouTube is set to launch a service called YouTube Music Key, and Google is set to rebrand Google Play Music All Access to Google Play Music Key.

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