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Google Drive App Updated To v1.3 – Now Requires New Docs And Sheets Apps For Editing Capability [APK Download]

Google is sneaking one more update in this week, and it's an odd one. After pushing out the new Docs and Sheets apps, Google is now updating the main Drive app and actually removing some functionality. You will now be prompted to install Docs or Sheets if you want to edit, but it's not as bad as it sounds at first.

2014-05-03 00.42.18 2014-05-03 01.23.56 2014-05-03 00.42.48 2014-05-03 00.51.44

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Friday App And Game Sales: n7player, QuestLord, Vignette, And More

Let's get this weekend started right with some apps and games at reasonable prices. Well, your definition of reasonable might differ from ours, but try to be open-minded, okay? Jeez, okay. Fine. Be like that.

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[APK Download] Google Play Music Updated To v5.5 With On-Device Playlist Editing And Sharing [Updated]

A late entrant to Google's update Wednesday is Play Music. Version 5.5 has started rolling out, but don't expect huge changes. So far all we've seen is a tweak to playlist management. You can still download the APK below, if that's how you roll.

2014-05-01 06.58.59 2014-05-01 06.59.16 2014-05-01 07.17.48

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New York Times Android App Gains Support For The International Edition Of The Paper In Version 3.9

The New York Times is a brand recognized around the world, and now the Android app is equipped to service readers who reside out of the US. The international edition of the paper is now selectable in the app settings.

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Motorola Updates Boot Services App With A New Spring Boot Animation

Motorola has a lot of apps in the Play Store to enhance its devices over time without a ROM update – even the boot animation. Motorola's newest boot animation is now playing on a Moto X/G near you. Don't have a Moto device? We've got the video for you.

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AllCast Will Soon Be Able To Stream Audio To A Phone Only While Playing Video On Fire TV

Koush has been busy since leaving Cyanogen Inc. to spend more time working on his various projects. A new update for AllCast is set to roll out soon with an interesting new feature. Users with a Fire TV will be able to stream video to the TV, but route the audio through the phone only. Why would you want to do this? It's private listening mode.

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[APK Teardown] Google Search 3.4 Hints At Timer Integration, Cards For Your Friends' Photos, And Much More

The latest version of Google Search rolled out yesterday with a couple of pretty great new features. We already know that 3.4 offers a new parking reminder, mall directories, and the start of voice commands for system settings. But there are still a few secrets worth exploring, so let's get to it!

See Your Friend's Photos

The content of Google Now tends to focus heavily on your current or future location, and as a close second, it tries to be helpful with reminders about TV shows and events.

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[New App] Slyde Is A Neat Floating App Switcher From The Makers Of Tablified Market

Let's say there are a few apps that you use frequently. You could get to them by diving into the app drawer, placing shortcuts on the home screen, or hoping they're someplace in the multitasking interface. Slyde makes it easier – you just swipe and pull up your favorite apps.

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HD Widgets 4.0 Introduces Updated UI, New Widgets, And More; New KitKat-Friendly Theme On The Way

HD Widgets is already one of the more pragmatic and attractive sources for Android widgets out there, but now it's about to get even prettier. For the big 4.0 release, the developers are prepared to introduce a new theme that's been designed for Android 4.4. And since you don't need KitKat to run it, that makes this update a nice breath of fresh air for anyone looking for a modern set of widgets displaying everything from the weather and time to battery life and toggles.

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Big Snapchat Update Adds Instant Messaging And Live Video Chatting, Features You Probably Assumed It Already Had

Get this. Before now, Snapchat wasn't good for actually chatting. I know, for an app with chat in the name, you would understandably expect it to foster some form of conversations (the snappy kind, at least). But until now, users have only been able to take photos or short video clips, doodle on them, add captions, set how long the recipient could view them, and share. The app was less about communicating and more about, well, other stuff.

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