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Microsoft OneNote App Updated With Shortcuts, Sharing Integration, A Widget, And More

Microsoft isn't really known for designing great apps for Android, but whoever is in charge of the OneNote app is going above and beyond. The UI has been cleaned up dramatically recently and the newest update includes some solid feature additions. This could be – dare I say it – a good Microsoft app on Android.

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DashClock Updated To v1.6 With New Design And Color Options

If there was ever a reason to use lock screen widgets, DashClock is it. This app from Google Engineer Roman Nurik creates a cool widget for your home or lock screen that can show data from multiple apps. It has been a while since it got an update (v1.5 was back in June), but v1.6 is out now with some nice tweaks.

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Amazon Giving Out Nine Free App Of The Day Favorites, Including Osmos HD, Chimpact, And Others

Yesterday Amazon gave away $40 in paid apps as a Christmas gift to Android users willing to install its mobile app store. That deal ran for just one day, but now the company is following up with another set of free apps. None of yesterday's apps are still available, but the new selections include the superb Osmos HD, the point-and-click adventure The Lost City, the adorable Chimpact, and even a few non-games.

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The full list of apps includes:

If you throw in today's free app of the day, Disney's Where's My Perry, then that makes for ten apps you can get from Amazon today without spending a cent.

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Ouya Review Update: Has The Gaming Revolution Started Yet?

The Ouya killed it on Kickstarter, but the reviews of the final product (including ours) were not overwhelmingly positive. Here we are six months along and it can no longer be said that the device is still too new to judge. There have been OS updates, new games, and feature tweaks. So is the Ouya a better gaming experience now?

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[New App] The Long-Overdue GameTrailers App Includes Trailers For Games, Among Other Things

The holidays are a very special time for PC gamers, when they must make lightning decisions based on very little information and/or impulse shopping. Of course I'm talking about the Steam sale, and as awesome as Steam is for cheap games, it's bloody terrible for streaming game videos. This being the case, it's a good thing that the long-overdue GameTrailers app has finally landed on Android, and you don't have to rely on Steam's awful embedded trailers.

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The video below makes no excuses for the fact that it's taken so long for the app to arrive on the world's most popular mobile platform.

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Diigo Android App Updated To Version 2.0 With New Features And UI Changes That Bring It Into The Post-Gingerbread Era

It's one thing to release an app for Android, but if a developer doesn't keep it up with the times, its usefulness is limited. So Diigo has now updated its Android app to version 2.0, bringing in a desperately needed makeover. The social bookmarking app can now handle notes, pictures, messages, and bookmarks in an interface that won't make anyone whose two-year contract hasn't expired cringe.

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[Ho Ho Ho] Santa Invades Google Maps Android App, Has No Reviews

Have you been wondering how you'd keep up with Santa's comings and goings this year? I know I have been losing a lot of sleep over it, but fear not – Santa has a special place in Google Maps today only.

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If you tap the search bar in Google Maps, there will be a "Where's Santa" banner. Tap on that, and Maps will take you to the sleigh's supposed coordinates. You can get the same thing by searching for "Where's Santa" in the app and on the desktop.

This is all separate from Google's Santa Tracker website and app, but it's relaying the same totally real data on the location of a magical dude who delivers billions of presents in one night.

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Coach's Eye Instant Replay App Goes From $4.99 To Free, Offers Special Gift For Users Of Paid Version

Sportsball is serious business, or so I'm told. The Coach's Eye app has been a popular way to do slow-motion analysis of swings, kicks, and other sports-type motions, and now you can test it out for the reasonable price of free. The old paid version is no longer supported – it's all about the free app, but the developer isn't forgetting about those paying customers.

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The new free Coach's Eye app has the same functionality as the original $4.99 app, but you access it through an in-app purchase. The app includes only a few functions without unlocking anything, but you can choose individual features for $0.99 each (you save money with the single $4.99 unlock, though).

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Amazon Offering $5 Appstore Credits To Anyone Who Downloads An App Or Game December 24-28th

The Amazon Appstore hasn't exactly grown to rival Google Play in size or overall quality, but there's still some cool stuff over there. And if you can get it for free? That's a pretty good deal. Amazon is offering $5 to spend on apps and all you have to do is download something.

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Starting on December 24th and running through the 28th, anyone who downloads an app or game using the latest version of the Amazon Appstore client will get a $5 credit to spend on Appstore content. It doesn't matter if you've had the Appstore installed before or not – just get the new version and you're good to go.

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Holiday App And Game Sales: Give Yourself The Gift Of Thrift [Continuously Updated]

It's time for a good old fashioned non-denominational holiday celebration here at Android Police HQ. What better way to celebrate the season than with some apps and games – and at reasonable prices. The holidays are expensive enough without paying full price for apps, right?

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