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Endomondo Sports Tracker Adds Stats For Premium Users

Endomondo committed to adding new features for premium users when it moved to the subscription model, and it's making good on that promise with a cool new mobile feature. The app can now be used to visualize your workout stats in a series of handy bar graphs.

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Music Boss For Pebble Gets An Update, Finally Becomes A Real Boss

Until Android Wear comes to consumers, Pebble is going to continue to have the most robust app ecosystem of any wearable device. Music Boss is a particularly impressive app for the Pebble. It connects to your phone to control music playback with the Pebble's built-in buttons. The most recent update streamlines the process a bit by properly detecting what's going on with the phone.

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Aereo TV Will Get Chromecast Support On May 29th, If The Supreme Court Doesn't Shut Them Down First

So, Aereo's streaming TV service is pretty cool. It re-broadcasts standard over-the-air television signals to your mobile device, assuming you live in one of the coverage areas. If you want to enjoy your incredibly convenient TV Xzibit-style, and put your TV in your TV (set), you'll soon be able to. According to a new press release, the Aereo app will add support for Google Chromecast on May 29th. Hooray!

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Of course, that assumes that Aereo's $8-a-month subscription service is still around at that point.

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Chainfire Brings CF.lumen To Rooted KitKat Devices To Intelligently Adapt Display Colors

According to Chainfire, the night mode and color adjustment features from Chainfire3D and the original CF.lumen Gingerbread apps are frequently requested. So frequent, in fact, that they're back for KitKat+ devices as CF.lumen on the Play Store.

If you've ever used f.lux for your PC, you know basically what to expect here - color temperature adjustments based on the time of day, bringing tones more in line with your eyes' expectations when the sun goes down.

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Chrome For Android Beta Version 35 Adds Undo Tab Close, Better Fullscreen Video, And Samsung Multi-Window Support

Time keeps marching forward, and Google keeps improving the mobile version of its Chrome browser. Those who want to see the new goodies before everyone else can check out the official Chrome for Android Beta, which updates to version 35 today. The official changelog mentions some interesting additions, including at least one that was there already: support for Chromecast on HTML5 videos.

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Videos on your device have gotten better too, with better HTML5 controls and subtitle support (for those clips that include them).

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Amazon Inks Deal To Acquire ComiXology

Amazon already owns the most popular brand for ebooks, having debuted the Kindle ages ago and attracted consumers and publishers alike before other big players managed to establish a foothold in the industry. Now the company's going after comics. It could continue to expand its library of Kindle editions, but the speedier approach would be the buy the best competitor out there. So that's what Amazon is doing. The company has just announced plans to acquire comiXology, the makers of a popular digital comics platform, not to mention a couple of great Android comic book reading apps.

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Yahoo Mail 3.1 Update Does The Opposite Of What Gmail Recently Did - Now Blocks Image Loading By Default

Late last year, Gmail started showing images by default in a way that Google says doesn't compromise general security. Now Yahoo has released an update for its Android mail app that does precisely the opposite. Now those pesky images are blocked by default (or is the story here... that they weren't already?).

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The option to toggle this is tucked away in the app settings, so there's nothing stopping users from going back to living wild and free.

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HTC Puts Its Play Store Listings To Good Use, Updates BlinkFeed And Gallery

It's becoming more common for manufacturers to put their proprietary applications in the Play Store for easy updating, a trend essentially started by Motorola. HTC recently followed suit by adding several of its apps – including Sense TV, Gallery, and BlinkFeed – to the Store.

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Lyft Android App Updated To Version 1.4.3 With New Support For Entering Destinations

The Lyft community consists of people in need of rides and people ready to provide them, with all of this interaction going through a mobile app. Okay, not all of it. Before now, users have not been able to enter their desired destinations while requesting a ride, but the latest update addresses this by tucking the functionality in. This lets users tell the driver where they want to go before they arrive, getting the ride started faster and saving everyone time.

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Sonos Adds Support For Google Play Music, Including Casting From Play Music Android App

Sonos released a beta app a few weeks back that is much less... unattractive. The company isn't stopping with the looks, though. Sonos is getting official support for Google Play Music today, allowing you to stream tunes directly to your Sonos speakers from Google's cloud.

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