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17 Best New Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (11/19/13 - 12/2/13)

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.

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Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

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Bills Reminder Lite

Today's roundup is presented by Bills Reminder from HandyApps. The intent and function of the app is simple: it reminds you to pay your bills on time, which is great if you like to use things like electricity and insurance.

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[New App] Misfit Shine App Enters The Play Store, Can Sync Up The Activity Tracker With Select Android Devices

The Misfit Shine is a very versatile activity tracker, as wearers can use it strapped to their wrists, hanging from around their necks, or attached to their belts. Unfortunately, they haven't yet been able to use it with an Android device. Now that changes. Misfit Wearables has launched a companion app into the Play Store.

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The company had promised to release the app in early 2014, but they decided to roll this release out just a bit early. The software doesn't yet have feature parity with the iOS version, but users can still sync with their Shine, set personal goals, and view visual summaries of their progress.

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Reddit Sync Gets A Massive Update, Brings New UI, Multiple User Support, Hamburger Navigation, And A Lot More

If you're a reddit user, there's no shortage of Android clients to choose from. Out of those, if you haven't tried reddit sync, there's no time like the present to give it a shot – it just got a massive update. Encompassed in this big ol' re-written-from-scratch update, you'll find a brand new card-based UI, support for multiple users, the hamburger navigation menu, multireddit support, and more. Here's a look at the new UI:

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...And the full changelog:

What's New

Introducing the brand new reddit sync! Featuring:

  • Cards UI
  • Multi user support
  • Sidebar subreddit navigation
  • Multireddit support
  • Re-written from the ground up
  • Remember what posts you've read with reddit gold
  • And much more

To make this deal just a little sweeter, the Pro version of the app is still on sale for $1.

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[New App] Official FIFA App Launches For Android, Americans Still Don't Understand

There's a new way to keep up on the goings on in the world of soccer (or football, to most people in the world). The official FIFA app has hit Google Play with all the news and stats you could ever want.

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Koush's AllCast Beta Enters The Play Store

If you love the idea of Chromecast but wish it worked with locally-stored media, then Koush's AllCast may be a solution. It doesn't actually stream media to Chromecast, but it does have support for Roku, Apple, TV, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Samsung Smart TVs, Panasonic Smart TVs, WDTVs, and DLNA Renderers, so if you have one of those, then you're set.

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Koush has been testing the beta application from his Google+ page for the past few weeks, but now he's created a beta testers group and released the app to Google Play, which means it's edging its way towards completion.

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Xposed 2.4 Leaves Beta, Brings Support For KitKat, New Log Viewer, And Performance Improvements

If you live right on the bleeding edge of the Android modding world, but you just can't press the button on using beta software, you're in luck! Xposed 2.4 is now out of beta just one week after KitKat support was first announced. As with the previous release, this one comes with the new log viewer and some pretty serious performance improvements. Now that it has lost the beta tag, it should also be fairly stable, or at least as stable as you can expect for a super-charged modding framework.

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Xposed is still not equipped to support KitKat's new runtime-in-testing, ART.

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[New Game] The Staggeringly Beautiful Side-Scrolling Action Game Badland Comes To Android

Just in time to help you unwind after a few days with the family, Badland has arrived in Google Play with a ton of free content. This is an atmospheric side-scrolling game that has some action elements along with a little dash of platforming. It's also incredibly pretty.

In Badland you simply press on the screen to make your little fuzz-ball character flap its... wings? It's not entirely clear what this thing is, but it's definitely flying. All you have to do is make it through the level as the screen steadily advances. Along the way, you'll encounter objects that make you larger or smaller, thus changing the game mechanics dramatically.

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[Bonus Round] Micro Miners, Ski Challenge 14, Crazy Horses: Unstabled, And Sports Car Challenge 2

Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got the latest pixelated title from Noodlecake, a game that rides Olympic coattails, a game for insane pony enthusiasts, and a (possible) driving sequel. Without further ado:

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Micro Miners

If you combine the basics of Dig Dug and the free-tapping gameplay of the Where's My Water series, you might get something very much like Micro Miners.

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DuoLingo Android App Updated To 2.0 With An Updated UI And A Slimmed-Down Install Size

The free DuoLingo service already has an army of aspirational bilingual supporters, but that's no reason to rest on your laurels. Today the developers have updated the Android app with a few changes to the user interface. The basics of the app have only been tweaked slightly - a digital spit and polish, if you will - but extra screens added to the end of lessons and progression screens should help users get a feel for where they are in the program.

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The end of lessons screens show progress and improvement on a day-to-day basis, sot of like a fitness app or an RPG.

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Black Friday Weekend Sales Roundup: The Best Deals On Apps, Devices, Accessories, And More [Updated Continuously]

Venturing out on Black Friday to score sweet deals is a dangerous endeavor, but the magic of the internet affords you an alternative. From the warmth and safety of your home, you can snap up the best deals – getting up at 3AM to beat everyone else is optional. We're going to keep loading this post up with relevant deals as we find them, so check back later in the day too.

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