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Next Month, Adobe Will Launch A Brand-New Version Of Acrobat For Android, Plus A PDF Fill & Sign App

While Adobe's Acrobat may not be the most beloved application, the PDF ecosystem around it has proven basically unkillable - PDF files are still the most common way we exchange forms to digitally sign and fill, and that doesn't seem to be changing. Unfortunately, your ability to fill, sign, and edit PDFs on Android to date has been kind of lackluster.

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Google Celebrates St. Patrick's Day With A Few Hangouts Easter Eggs

In what is becoming a tradition of sorts, Google is not letting an American holiday go by without a corresponding Hangouts Easter egg. When messages contain certain trigger words, users are greeted with corresponding animations to add a little spice to the conversation. Since their debut, we've seen the animated emoji people bring in the new year and celebrate Valentine's Day.

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Facebook Unveils Facebook Pay, A Free Way For Friends To Exchange Money Using Messenger

Facebook has introduced a new way for friends to swap cash with one another that doesn't involve meeting in person, writing a check, or even opening up another app. With Facebook Pay, they can send and receive money directly inside of Messenger. And it won't cost them a thing.

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Google's New App Review Guidelines Smartly Address Several Big Problems With The Play Store

It's been said many times that compared to Apple's tightly controlled walled garden, Android is the wild west of app development. I think that's been a good thing on balance, but not always. The lack of control can sometimes cause difficulties for developers and users alike. With Google's new semi-manual app approval process, it's taking the middle road, and that's probably good for everyone.

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Lyft Will Now Let You Pay For Your Ride Using Google Wallet

Lyft, the ride-sharing service that is more than happy to have someone drive you around town, will now let you pay for said trip using Google Wallet.

The functionality is available directly inside the app, where you can simply tap Add Google Wallet to skirt around entering your credit card number manually, assuming you already have one saved to your Google account.

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The Humble PC And Android Bundle 12 Includes 7 Games (3 Android Debuts) With More On The Way

The newest Humble Bundle is live, and it's a big one. The mobile bundle is always a good source of cheap games, but this is the main deal—the Humble PC and Android Bundle 12. It currently includes seven games, all of which have PC and Android versions. Three of them are debuting on Android as part of the bundle as well.

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Autodesk's Tinkerplay Lets You Design Your Own 3D Printable Action Figures

Kids have really cool toys these days, but as with all things, 3D printing can make them even better. The latest app from Autodesk is called Tinkerplay, and it allows you to build a custom action figure from an assortment of parts, then export the .stl or .thing file to create it in real life with a 3D printer.

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HTC Publishes BoomSound Connect, HTC Connect, And HTC Tasks In The Play Store Ahead Of One M9 Launch

HTC has published a trio of their own apps in the Play Store, each relating to device-specific functions that we will see in the HTC One M9 and probably all devices running Sense 7.0. BoomSound Connect claims to be an app dedicated to managing streams to AllPlay speakers, while the similarly-named Connect serves the same purposes, but for Bluetooth, DLNA, and Miracast streaming of audio and video.

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Google Now Lets You Send Hangouts Messages Using Voice Commands

OK, Google, let's have a talk. No, not the two of us. I mean, let me talk to someone else, using you. I heard you're willing to let me send Hangouts messages without opening the app now.

OK, Google, let me start over. No, no, no, that wasn't a command. Ugh, OK.

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Google Announces A Content Rating System And Manual Approval Process For Apps

Google is making two changes to the Play Store today, although one of these changes technically happened a few weeks ago and you didn't notice. Apps will soon carry content ratings so parents can make more informed decisions about what their kids have access to. Google also announced a manual review process for apps.

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