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Third-Person Shooter Overkill 3 Available To All Following A Lengthy Beta

Overkill 3 has been in development for a while now, including an Android beta test over the last few months. Now the game is officially out and ready to be played on your device of choice. It has explosions, shooting, and invisible guns. Wait, what?

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Google Boosts Play Music Storage Limit From 20,000 To 50,000 Songs

Google launched Play Music back in 2011 with the option for users to upload their entire music collection for easy streaming. Play Music started with a limit of 20,000 songs, and it's stayed there ever since. Google has just announced a change, though. Play Music now allows up to 50,000 songs.

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Google Calendar Updated To v5.1 With Option To Disable G+ Birthdays, 7-Day View On Phones, And More [APK Download]

This update Wednesday is looking like a good one already. We've got a new version of Google Calendar and it's significant enough that Google provided a changelog on Google+, which is rare. There's some awesome stuff here, and you can download the APK below instead of waiting.

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Federal Trade Commission Cracks Down On Mobile Apps That Claim To Diagnose Skin Cancer

Heads up, app developers: there is a really good reason that the government licences people to practice medicine. Unless your app is smart enough to go through four years of med school, you probably shouldn't claim that it can diagnose diseases. The developers of "Mole Detective" on the Google Play Store and similar apps have reason to reflect on this, as the Federal Trade Commission has slapped them with fines and restricted them from claiming that their apps could reliably diagnose melanoma.

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Official Superbike Game SBK14 Slides Into The Play Store Months After The Race Is Over

The Superbike World Championship is a chance for riders to take modified versions of publicly available motorcycles to the track in countries all over the world. The 2014 season may be over, but that doesn't mean some Android-toting fans haven't been craving a chance to get a virtual taste of the action. After months of waiting, the timely-released iOS game has made its way over to Google Play.

SBK14 is the officially licensed mobile title, offering 13 recreated tracks, 27 real-world racers, and 16 teams including the likes of Kawasaki Racing and Ducati Superbike.

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Chainfire Updates CF.lumen To v3.0 With Unrooted Mode, 'Freeload' Option, And More

Chainfire's screen modifying app CF.lumen has been updated to v3.0 with a few important changes, not least of which is a mode for unrooted devices. You won't get full functionality, but it's better than nothing, right? If you want to verify that, you can also get all the pro features for free now. Seriously.

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Prezi's New Android App Zooms Into The Play Store Raring To View Your Presentations

When I was in high school, we were taught how to use PowerPoint. Before I graduated from college, Prezi presentations were starting to feel just as commonplace. The latter allowed students to create lively, zoom-able slideshows online and access them from wherever they could connect to Wi-Fi. Starting now, they will be able to access them from their Android devices as well.

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AOL Releases iOS-Looking OnePoint Password Manager App On Google Play

Let's say you're a loyal AOL user who heard about all of the extra security and convenience offered by password managers. You want in on that action, but you don't know where to start.

AOL points you towards OnePoint, its way of storing your passwords, usernames, and credit card information and auto-filling sites as needed. You use the service because, as the website says, it comes with complimentary products worth up to $1,540 a year but are yours at no additional cost*.

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24 New And Notable Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (2/10/15 - 2/23/15)

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 2 weeks or so.

Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include ratings and pricing info.

Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

Featured App

Power Button FlashLight /Torch

Power Button Flashlight is a neat little app that lets you toggle your phone's camera LED (which everyone and their dog uses as a flashlight) by quickly tapping the power button.

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SoundHUD Is A Volume Control App Based On Noyze With Support For Silent Mode On Lollipop

The significance of SoundHUD becomes apparent only when you pay ridiculously close attention to Android news. As I'm sure most of you do, this will all fit together nicely. SoundHUD picks up where the now-defunct Noyze left off to make it easier to control the volume on your device. It also adds a simple way to get silent mode (more or less) back on Lollipop.

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