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Google's First-Party Clock App For Android Is Now Available In The Play Store

Believe it or don't, there are a lot of people who care a surprising amount about Google's official Android clock app - enough that there are six different versions of it on APK Mirror, for example.

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Home Design 3D Outdoor/Garden Slides Into The Play Store For All Your Deck, Pool, And Open-Air Planning Needs

Now that you've planned and designed every inch inside your house with Home Design 3D, it's time that you took a look at that patch of fading greenery outside and made it look like a legit garden. You've always wanted a pool, haven't you? And a couple of trees, a few lounging chairs, a pergola, and a new fence to enclose it all. Well, lucky you, Home Design 3D Outdoor/Garden has made it into the Play Store and you can start your project right away to get it done while there's still some sunshine outside.

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Nest App Updated To v5.0 With Dropcam Integration, Redesigned Home Screen, And Much More

Along with the release of the new Nest gear today, there's an updated version of the Nest app. The v5.0 update is in the Play Store and on APK Mirror right now. This is almost a completely new app with a revamped home screen, integration with Dropcam, and more.

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Amazon Releases Cloud Drive SDKs For Android And iOS So Developers Can Integrate Their Apps

Amazon Cloud Drive is like other cloud storage options, only it provides unlimited storage space. That's nothing to sniff at, but it's still not all that big a deal if your favorite apps can't smoothly tap into the service.

To address this issue, Amazon has now released an SDK so that developers can start baking the platform into their apps. The additions serve as part of the company's existing Mobile App SDK.

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Samsung's Game Recorder+ App Creates Gameplay Videos (With Internal Audio On The GS6 And GS6 Edge), But There Are Some Kinks To Work Out

Samsung has been releasing more apps lately and the newest one is for the mobile gamers. Game Recorder+ lets you record gameplay videos on several Samsung devices, with internal audio supported on the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. The early reviews aren't great, though.

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LinkedIn Pulse Gets Updated, Offers A More Personalized Business-Oriented News Feed

Just like Facebook, LinkedIn has been trying to dissect its social network into several parts that it builds dedicated apps for. Luckily, these apps are usually non-essential, so you can skip them if you want to or use them if you find their features handy. Pulse is one such example. Think of it as Flipboard for LinkedIn, ie a news reader that focuses on your industry and your interests, and lets you discover relevant articles and people.

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[Update: Samsung Rolling Out A Fix] PSA: Keyboard Security Flaw Impacting "600 Million+" Samsung Phones Is Probably Nothing To Worry About

This morning, a company called NowSecure published an exploit claiming to affect SwiftKey on Samsung devices that they assert could impact "600 million+" devices.

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Google Photos Bumped To v1.1, But It Looks Like A Minor Tweak And Bug Fix Update [APK Download]

Google released the new Photos app at Google I/O a few weeks back, and this is the first significant version number change it has experienced since then. There doesn't seem to be much on the surface to justify the jump to v1.1. You can still grab the APK and install it now, though.

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Androidify App Updated To v4.0 With New Clothing Items And Animations, Plus Evidence Of A Virtual Pride Parade [APK Download And Mini Teardown]

Google has started rolling out a new version of Androidify, and as with most of Google's apps, it's a staged rollout. Fear not, we've got the APK for you on APK Mirror. Upon installing Androidify 4.0, you'll see a ton of new clothing and animations, helpfully labeled as "new." We've also dug into the APK to see if there's anything interesting, and indeed there is.

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Microsoft's Cortana Voice Assistant Will Make Her Way To Android In July

We've known that Microsoft has big plans for its Google Now-style Cortana service, and those extend beyond Windows on both the phone and desktop. The company has finally shared when it intends to make good on those plans. A blog post says that Cortana (named for the female AI in the Halo series of shooters) will be coming to Android as a beta sometime in July.

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