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Firefox Nightly for Android has an improved bookmark manager

Firefox 57 is the biggest revamp to Mozilla's browser since Firefox 4. Not only will v57 drop support for legacy add-ons, but it's expected to include massive changes to the interface and some performance boosts. We already covered the design changes to the Android browser, but now the bookmark manager is getting a facelift too.

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Google Motion Stills v1.1 adds new editing buttons [APK Download]

Back in July, Google published its Motion Stills app on the Play Store, which had previously only been available for iOS. It's essentially a GIF camera, but the app stabilizes the video while you're recording. You can record for a few seconds, or use the fast-forward mode to speed up and stabilize longer videos. The Android app just got its first update, with a few useful enhancements.

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Google's Play Protect didn't catch obfuscated malware with up to 20 million installs on the Play Store

At this year's I/O, Google announced Play Protect, a user-facing security screening process for apps on Android phones based on the old Verify Apps. Basically, it scans apps you install, comparing their content against known malware components, and notifies you if any potential risks are found. And it turns out, it's not infallible, as an older "packed" malware package was able to trick it. 

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SuperSU hits the 100 million downloads mark

SuperSU is an app that any rooted user will know, even if you don't use it. I have fond memories of it from my days rooting and ROMing every device I could get my hands on, and it would appear that I'm not the only person who feels this way — SuperSU just hit the impressive 100 million downloads mark.

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Kick off the weekend with 23 temporarily free and 18 on-sale apps

Welcome to Friday! For some, the weekend has already begun, which is always exciting. I'm back with the final app sales post for the week, and it's about as exciting as Wednesday's. Still, someone may find something that they like. Anyway, let's get started.

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Action Launcher updated to v28 with support for new adaptive icon pack

Action Launcher developer Chris Lacy has seemingly made it his goal to get as many Oreo features as possible working in his launcher. We've already got notification dots and free access to the Pixel-style features of the app. Now, Action Launcher v28 (previously in beta) is rolling out with support for a new companion app—an icon pack. This isn't just any icon pack, though. It's all adaptive icons.

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Chrome team AMA reveals details about Autofill API support, re-working WebVR, and more

Yesterday on Reddit, members of the Google Chrome team conducted an AMA ('Ask Me Anything'). While the main focus of the AMA was about web development (it was on /r/webdev, after all), there were a few answers that both users and developers can get excited about.

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Meal kit service Blue Apron finally releases an Android app [APK Download]

Blue Apron's meal kit delivery service has become a popular choice for busy Americans who love to cook but struggle to find the time to shop for ingredients. Its flexible plans let you choose what you want for the days you know you'll be able to spend time in the kitchen, and its range of recipe options is pretty exhaustive. iPhone users have been able to control their accounts with the iOS app since way back in 2015, but the Android app has been conspicuous by its absence, until now.

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IFTTT adds applets for Facebook Messenger

IFTTT is a powerful automation tool that can link together many of the popular services we all use every day. The possibilities are almost endless with a bit of imagination. The platform has had a bunch of Facebook applets for some time, but the same couldn't be said for Facebook Messenger, until now.

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