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Adobe Reader App Updated With KitKat Printing And Cover Page Support In Two-Page View

The Adobe Reader app has received another update that brings in a couple of new features for Android users who turn to it for their PDF-handling needs. The little piece of software can already handle reading files just fine, but for people who would rather hold a physical copy of a text in their hands, the latest version should better help with that. KitKat printing support is now bundled in, so users can print to any printers that they have saved to their devices.

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Chromecast App Updated To v1.7 With Screen Casting Integration [APK Download]

Earlier today Google flipped a switch enabling the screen casting feature it unveiled at Google I/O. If you have one of the supported devices, you don't have to do a thing to try it out. Just fire up Quick Settings and hit the screen cast icon. But if this isn't discoverable enough, Google has also updated the Chromecast app to bring more attention to the feature.

What's New

A Cast Screen option is now available in the navigation sidebar.

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[APK Download] Gmail Updated To v4.9 With Google Drive File Attachment [Update: Smarter Contact Autocomplete Too]

Update Wednesday is in full swing today with Chromecast, Google Camera, and now Gmail. It's not the Material Design update you were hoping for, but Gmail v4.9 adds at least one new feature in the form of Google Drive integration.

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Google Camera Update Adds Remote Shutter For Android Wear (With Image Review), Refreshed Panorama Interface [APK Download]

Google's Camera app just got a bump up to version 2.3 (rolling out in stages of course), which adds a very welcome feature - remote shutter functionality for Android Wear devices.

We saw hints of this functionality inside the code of a previous version of the Camera app, but now that Wear devices have hit release, it's finally live. Users need only open the Camera app on their phone or tablet, and Wear will automatically insert a card for remote capture.

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Tuesday App And Game Sales: The Room Two, SportsTracker Pro, Blazing Star, And More

It's nice to buy apps and support hardworking developers, even if the app is on sale. That's what we've got here – apps on sale. Loosen those purse strings and get ready to support some developers.

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The Weather Channel's Big 5.0 App Redesign Is Now Very Slowly Rolling Out To Users Via The Play Store [Updated]

Most app updates roll out to the majority of users either all at once or within a matter of days, but like a tropical storm, the Weather Channel has decided to take its time with its big 5.0 Android release. The update is currently available to just 10% of users, and it won't be out for everyone until mid July.

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This update brings the Android version of the app up to date with the iPhone release that went out in April.

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Motorola Connect Updated With A New Interface And Phone Finding Feature

This one is just for owners of Motorola's newer phones like the Moto X and Droid Maxx. Motorola Connect is getting an update from 1.5 to 2.0, and it comes with a big interface change. It's actually an app now, rather than just a settings menu. Weird, right?

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[Awesome] You Can Correct Misinterpreted Voice Searches By Following Up With 'No, I Said'

Here's something that might just blow your mind. If you perform a voice search and Google misunderstands you, or you happen to garble your words, there's a quick way to take care of that. Just follow up with a second search that begins with "No, I said..." Google will then replace the incorrect word with what you said the second time.

Here's an example. Let's say you're in a hurry to get to our lovely website, and you say "OK Google, take me to Android Police." It doesn't hear you properly, and somehow you end up with Android mobile.

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Android And PC Cross-Device Clipboard Syncing Coming Soon To Pushbullet

The Pushbullet folks crank new functionality into their nifty push notification app so often that it would almost be more newsworthy if they stopped, but until that day comes, here's another cool feature that we're happy to see in the works. The ability to copy and paste across Android and Windows machines recently made an appearance in the beta version of the app, and a screenshot found its way to Google+.

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From the image we can see that the feature will require users to have Pushbullet installed on both their PC and their Android phone or tablet.

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Isis Mobile Wallet Is Now Seeking A New Name To Avoid Being Confused With Terrorists

Isis Mobile Wallet may have developed somewhat of a bad rep around these parts because it was the carrier-approved NFC payment alternative to Google Wallet, but no matter how many negative insults a few tech geeks have lobbed at it over the past few years, nothing has shaken the company quite like what the acronym ISIS is more commonly associated with these days - the militant group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.

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