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Download: Latest Google Play Store 3.10.14

Google is pushing out an update to the Play Store for Android with version 3.10.14. The difference in size compared to the previous version 3.10.10 from a bit over 2 months ago is about 14KB, and after ripping through the APK, I found no significant changes. There are some tweaks to the billing code, but from what I can tell, this is a bug fix release.

If you spot any changes compared to 3.10.10, please drop a note in the comments.

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The APK, uploaded by XDA member ecs1984, is signed by Google and upgrades your existing Play Store.

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CloudOn Updated With Support For A Handful Of Android Phones, Puts MS Office In Your Pocket

CloudOn, the service which previously brought the full Microsoft Office experience to Android tablets, is now available on some phones. Yes, that means you have Office on your phone, in your pocket, and everywhere you are. That could be quite useful.

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For the moment, however, the company is only supporting a handful of handsets:

  • Samsung Galaxy S III
  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G
  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus
  • Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Samsung Galaxy Note II
  • Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket

Notice something about that list? Yeah, they're all Samsung phones. That's really not much of a surprise, as Samsung is undoubtedly the largest and most popular manufacturer of Android phones, but you'd think CloudOn may have at least considered a couple of other brands, as well.

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Sprint's EVO Design 4G Receiving A Small OTA Update, Brings Some Basic Bug Fixes

If you own Sprint's seemingly long-forgotten HTC EVO Design 4G, the company has some fixes coming your way via a new OTA update that started rolling out today. While the Design 4G hasn't seen any update action in well over six months, it's nice to see The Now Network's continuing support for the somewhat aging handset.


The update brings a total of three minor enhancements/fixes, including hotspot improvements when on GSM networks, faster messaging application load times, and the inclusion of the Sprint Connection Optimizer. This updated build should be rolling out today, although notifications won't start pushing until February 26th.

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Keep Your Pants On: Snapchat For Android Finally Updated With Video Support

If you've never heard of Snapchat, god! You guys are so behind the times! This app is like MMS and Mission Impossible all in one! Except it's not Mission Impossible because that's an old person show and who cares about Tom Cruise anymore? No time for watching movies when we're busy sending self-destructing pictures to each other. Set a timer on a message and, once it runs out, the recipient can no longer see your photo. That's how Snapchat has always worked and now the Android version can send videos as well!

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If you have to ask why someone might need an app that destroys photos and videos after they've been seen, then perhaps you're not the target market.

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Beautiful Widgets Hits v5.1, Brings New Widgets For Tablets, Improved Layouts For 4x1, Beta Channel, And More

Today is national app update day. Not officially, but it sure feels like it. We've already seen updates to high-profile apps like Google Drive and Any.DO, but Beautiful Widgets may have set the bar for excellent updates on February 20th, 2013. The day's not over yet, but this one's a doozie.

So, what sorts of newness does it bring? Lots. Lots of sorts of newness. Like the option to select Weather Underground (wunderground) as your default weather service. You can also get rid of geolocation and set your location manually, if you so choose.


There's also a new feature called "Lifestyles" on the forecast screen – this lets you plan your activities around the weather.

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PushBullet Updated To Version 9 With DashClock Support And More

Roman Nurik's DashClock Widget has seen remarkable adoption since its release earlier this month, with a handful of apps quickly adding their own DashClock extensions in a bid to populate your lock screen with useful information. Joining the list today is PushBullet which, in an update to version 9, added a DashClock extension that will let you know how many pushes await you before you unlock your device.


Besides the DashClock extension, PushBullet will now play your device's default notification tone when you receive a push, and has new localization for Italian and Dutch users, along with a couple of other tweaks.

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Any.DO Updated With DashClock Support, A New Daily Planning Feature Called 'Moment', And More

Any.DO – one of the best looking task managers on Android – just got an update that makes the app even more useful. For starters, it now has DashClock support; if you're not already using DashClock Widget, then you're missing out on the single best widget of all time. Really, it's pretty amazing. But that's a different story.

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Aside from that, is a new feature called Any.DO Moment, which is essentially an elegant daily reminder to plan your day. Because everyone knows: plan your work, and work your plan. That's one of those quasi-motivational things that they tell you at work, right?

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New York Times App Updated With A Night Mode And Customizable Widget

The New York Times, old guard or not, is still a huge source of news to a lot of people and to the company's credit, it's paying a decent amount of attention to its mobile apps. Now the publication is issuing an update that brings a night mode that inverts the colors for easier night reading. As someone who likes to minimize the amount of bright white light blasting into my eyes, I appreciate the option.

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Additionally, the company is adding a customizable widget that, frankly, gets nearly everything right: it's resizable, you can customize which categories show up in the feed, and there is an easy button to change the widget settings if you should so choose.

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Google Drive App Updated, Brings Support For Streaming Video Files To Android 3.0+, Bug Fixes, And More

In the constant effort to make the Drive app better, Google just pushed an update that brings "performance improvements across the whole app," as well as support for video streaming on Honeycomb or higher, pinch to zoom in the presentation viewer, and overall bug fixes.


This marks the first update Drive has seen since mid-December, when the app got a small speed-boost, along with some general bug fixes. Woo.

Of course, built-in streaming video is a pretty major update for the app – after all, Dropbox has had the feature for several months now. The update should be live in the Play Store now – if you're not seeing it just yet, check the mobile Store, you should be able to pull it right away.

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SwiftKey 4 Finally Hits The Play Store, Brings Flow, Better Corrections, New Languages, Adaptive Typing, And Much More

The day is finally here, SwiftKey users – the all new SK 4 is live in the Play Store! No longer a beta, this version includes SwiftKey's take on gesture typing, Flow. Flow is unique in that, unlike other gesture-based keyboards, it allows you to continuously swipe through entire sentences without ever lifting your finger - the company calls it Flow Through Space. If you've been using any of the beta versions, then you already know what a fantastic feature it is, and now it's finally mature. Not only that, but Flow is part of SwiftKey 4, which is a free upgrade to existing SwiftKey users.

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