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Reddit Is Fun Beta Update Adds Pull-To-Refresh, Expands Mail Notification Settings, Separates 'New' And 'Rising' Content, And More

Reddit Is Fun is a minimalist third-party client that keeps your focus on the task at hand - Redditing. Unfortunately, there's been a few areas where the app could use some work. The current version lacks pull-to-refresh and doesn't provide the ability to stop checking modmail (notifications for moderators) independently of regular mail. Clicking on New also serves a pop-up to select New or Rising every time, rather than just showing new content.

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[New App] Taskei Gives Muzei The Tasker Treatment, Provides Greater Control Over Which Wallpapers You See And When

DashClock's developer released Muzei earlier this month, an attractive live wallpaper app that takes pictures, blurs them, and puts them on your homescreen. By default, you can choose from your own images or opt to have a different work of art serve as your background each day, but shortly after release, a ton of extensions became available for Muzei that you can use to keep your background fresh in any number of ways.

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AllCast Updated With A Completely Revamped UI And Muzei Support

Koush's AllCast app does a good job of streaming media to all manner of set top boxes, and of course the Chromecast. However, it hasn't always looked awesome doing it. Well, now it does – the new update comes with a refreshed UI and adds Muzei support for good measure.

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AllCast now has a much improved slide out navigation menu and tabbed browsing of media. The color scheme is nice too.

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SugarSync v4.1 Introduces Offline Folder Syncing, Homescreen Shortcuts, UI Enhancements, And More

What's SugarSync's biggest advantage over its competitors? Its logo. That's right, that green bird is just so darn cute, and it gives your app drawer an extra degree of spice the others just can't match. That's not to say the service is all fluff though. Version 4.1 of the SugarSync's Android app introduces a number of intriguing features. The most notable of these additions is the inclusion of offline folder syncing.

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The ViewInPlay Xposed Module Adds Play Store Links To App Info And Recent Apps Screens For Rooted Users

The Xposed Framework provides incredible, fine-grained control over the features and functionality of Android. You can do almost anything, but sometimes you just need an extra button – it's good for that too. ViewInPlay is a new module that handily creates links to the Play Store.

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When activated, this module adds a button to the app info screen that links out to the app's Play Store page. Cool, but there's another module that does this.

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Google+ Updated To v4.3 With Photo Editing Across Multiple Devices, New Filters, Standard ActionBar, And More [APK Download]

It's time for another Google+ update, and this one's all about photos. Don't use Google+ for pictures? Tough. Let's dive in.

What's New?

Google+ now supports non-destructive photo editing across multiple devices, so if you start an edit on one device, you can tweak it again or start over using another. And if you don't like what you see, you can still revert back to the original image at any time.

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Google Releases The Google Now Launcher To The Play Store, Only Compatible With Nexus And GPE Devices Right Now [APK Download]

It's finally happening. After months of leaks and speculation, the Google Now Launcher (previously known informally at the Google Experience Launcher) has been dropped into the Play Store. This is essentially just an updated stub app that will enable the home screen functionality in the Google search app on most Android devices. However, this isn't a universal release.

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The first official version of the Google Now Launcher is only installable on the Nexus and Google Play Edition devices running KitKat.

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Cal Updated To v1.1 With New "HeadsUp" Feature To Bring Meeting-Focused Settings And Functionality To Your Calendar

Cal comes from the makers of Any.do, and it's got the same level of polish and functionality users of that app expect. Cal is getting a nice update today that adds a new feature called HeadsUp. This is actually a collection of features that are designed to make meetings more convenient.

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[New App] Type Your Ringtone Uses Text-To-Speech To Turn Words Into A Ringtone [Banana Phone Video Demo]

There is an app for pretty much everything at this point. It's like rule 34 for smartphones, and that's where Type Your Ringtone comes in. You just enter some text, and the app turns it into a ringtone. What, this isn't what you've always wanted?

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