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Google Play Music v5.7.1780Q Rolls Out With Recent Activity And Recommendations On Android TV, Adds ADT-1 Support [APK Download]

Anybody who owns an ADT-1 has noticed the inexplicable absence of a Play Music app, something that became even more apparent after the Nexus Player began shipping with it. Well, the wait is finally over! An update to the Play Music app began rolling out earlier today, and it includes a banner on the Leanback Launcher for those of us with Google's development hardware. If you've got a Nexus Player, you haven't been left out with this update.

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Twitter Co-Founder Biz Stone Launches Opinion Sharing App 'SUPER' With ALL THE CAPS LOCK YOU CAN HANDLE

Everyone has an opinion, but is anyone going to listen to yours if it doesn't include a funky picture and caps lock? Hell no. That's why SUPER is here. It's an odd little app from Biz Stone (famous for co-founding Twitter) and his startup Jelly Industries.

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Snapchat Introduces New 'Snapcash' Money Transfer Service With A Bizarre 2-Minute Song And Dance Number

The next time you're sending lurid photos to people on Snapchat, why not make things interesting by putting some money on it? No, wait. I'm sure that'll never happen. Snapchat's new Snapcash service was designed with help from Square to make sending money as easy as sharing photos. Unsure? Just watch this super-weird 2-minute song and dance explainer.

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[Update: Here's How To Get It] Google Keep Note-Sharing Support Is Rolling Out To Users Starting Today [APK Download]

Update: The feature should be live for everyone. To get it, go to Google Keep on the web. You should see this message.

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Once you share your first note, the feature will fire up inside the Android app as well.

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You don't need the latest version of Keep for this to work, but we're including the latest APK at the bottom of this post regardless.

Google will soon give Keep users the ability to share their notes with friends and family members.

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SwiftKey Introduces A New Theme Pack With 5 Material Design-Inspired Keyboards

With Android Lollipop, Google gave the keyboard its biggest visual refresh since the release of Honeycomb. If you like the look but don't particulary care to use the default input method, you have to wait for third-party keyboards to jump on board themselves. SwiftKey already introduced a couple Material Design-inspired themes in the past, but now it's back with five more.

In the newest theme pack, you get three new colors to work with: Material Orange, Material Phosphor Green, and Material Pink.

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Authy UI Update Lets You Access Your Two-Factor Authentication Tokens More Quickly

Two-factor authentication adds an extra layer of defense to your online accounts. Typically there are two ways to go about it: having a text sent to your phone containing a numerical key, or typing in one that appears inside of a dedicated app. Google Authenticator serves this function just fine, but you have to settle for something that hasn't been spruced up since the Ice Cream Sandwich days. Authy is an alternative offering that looks a bit easier on the eyes.

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Some Web Users Now Have Access To YouTube Music Key

If you're excited to try out YouTube's new music subscription service, you may not have long to wait. We've gotten several tips this morning from users who now have access to YouTube Music Key on the web, though that access doesn't seem to extend to the Android app just yet. Most users seem to be left out at the moment, so it's probably another one of Google's frustrating staged rollouts.

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Having the latest version of the YouTube app (5.17) installed on your phone doesn't seem to help, though at least one reader with Music Key enabled said that there were now no ads being shown during music videos.

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Clippit Is A Pretty Awesome Social App (WAIT!) That Allows You To Share Clips Of Live Broadcast TV, Is Probably Hugely Illegal

We've all been there. You see something on TV - be it a sports game, comedy show, or a cultish HBO series, and you think: "I have to show this to <PERSON>!" And then you open up your phone and are like "omg you have to watch <THING>, it's insane!" Then you get a reply "link?" and you don't have a link because seriously how do you link to a TV, this is not a magical utopia world where cable companies want you to be able to do things like that, especially as they happen.

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Titanium Backup Now Works On Devices Running Android Lollipop Following 6.2 Update

With the release of version 6.2, Titanium Backup should now play along nicely with Android 5.0. This means rooted users who have already jumped to Lollipop can continue to use the tool to back up, restore, or freeze whichever apps they wish.

When you install the app, it's not going to look pretty. There's no Material Design to drool over, nor are there any fancy animations to catch your eye. Even the icon looks a little out of date these days.

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Pushbullet Browser Extensions Get Updated Look That Matches The Android App And Website

Not too long ago, Pushbullet got all prettied up for Android 5.0. The app is a great example of a third-party developer coating their software with Material Design dust and spreading it out to users via an update (I'm pretty sure that's how all this stuff works). Now the team has given its browser extensions the same treatment.

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The goal is for the Pushbullet experience to look largely the same regardless of where you access it, whether it's the site, the extension, or the Android app.

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