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[Android 5.1 Feature Spotlight] Look At These Cool New Clock Animations

Android 5.1 is in the wild on Android One devices, but it's still not totally official yet. Google has yet to announce it and there's no changelog available. As more people get their hands on 5.1, though, we're bound to learn some things about it. Like, for example, the quick settings changes and these neat little animations in the 5.1 clock app.

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Spotimote Under Fire For Trademark Infringement From Spotify, Google Removes Ad-Free Version, Dev Renames Free App To Timote

Spotimote for Spotify. Does that sound like an app created by Spotify to you? Do you think it is Spotify? Well, Spotify's complaint thinks that you'll make that mistake. In reaction, the app's developer changed the name to just Spotimote. Also, look at this post's thumbnail; do you see that and feel like Spotify must have made that graphic? Again, that's what Spotify claims you'll think.

After months of silence between the developer of Spotimote and Spotify's legal team, Google suddenly removed the premium version from the app store.

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Inbox By Gmail Will Roll Out To Google Apps Users "Imminently" According To Sundar Pichai

When Google launched Inbox last year, it was offered exclusively to users who received an invite to their personal Gmail account. Google Apps for Business (or Education) users weren't allowed in on the fun, which seemed rather weird but understandable. After all, the new email organization and interaction paradigm was built with productivity in mind, and business users are the ones that would benefit the most from that. However, since this was an entirely new app and system, it was judicious of Google to test it out with a less demanding crowd first.

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Google Is Launching YouTube Kids, An App For Family-Friendly Videos, Just For Android Devices On February 23rd

Google has revealed their intention to roll out a new YouTube app just for kids, starting next week. It will be aptly named YouTube Kids and is geared towards those 10 years old or younger. Perhaps most interesting for non-children is that the app, at least initially, will be released exclusively on Android.

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It features a fairly dumbed-down user interface that will leverage Google's voice recognition rather than rely on the spelling abilities of young children.

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Trello 3.1 Adds Support For Unlimited Labels, Complete With Five New Color Options

Trello is a virtual whiteboard of sorts that you can use to organize projects of all shapes and sizes. The latest version of its Android app contains a couple label-related enhancements to help out with that. For starters, you can now create an unlimited number of them.

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While you're at it, you can assign each label a different color, including four new ones. Make that five, if you count the addition of a new color-less one.

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Sheets v1.4.072 And Slides v1.2.072 Updated With Minor Tweaks, Docs v1.4.072 Now Supports Rich Editing Actions In Office Compatibility Mode And Inserting Links Into Documents [APK Download]

Update Wednesday went by with merely a whisper this week, barely registering more than a handful of fresh versions. Out of the group, we did get bumps for each of the Google Drive companion apps: Docs, Sheets, and Slides. All three received minor interface adjustments, the more notable changes went solely to Docs, which also gained rich editing support in Office Compatibility Mode and the ability to insert links into Google Documents.

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Monster Vs Sheep Emerges From The Sea To Crush Cities And Overeat In The Play Store

As we all know, your first line of defense when a giant reptilian monster emerges from the sea is an army of fighting robots a la Pacific Rim. If fighting robots are not available, sheep make a good substitute. At least that's the premise of Monster vs Sheep.

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Popular Japanese Fighter Garou: Mark Of The Wolves Comes To Android

There are a legion of retro fighting games out there just waiting to be ported to Android, but few of them have probably aged as well as Garou: Mark of the Wolves from SNK Playmore. This game was released in Japan in 1999 as an arcade cabinet, eventually appearing on NeoGeo, PS2, and Xbox Live Arcade. Now it's on Android and can be yours for a mere $3.99.

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IFTTT Android App Becomes IF—Joined By New 'Do' Button, Camera, And Note Apps

IFTTT is changing things up. The company has renamed its existing Android app to IF, leaving us to wonder what happened to the This Then That part of the formula. Functionality-wise, nothing. The app is largely the same as it was before, but it's now joined by three companions that are all focused on DOing. More on them in a second.

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Do Button, Do Camera, and Do Note take IFTTT's trademark approach of combining different services together to create desirable automated outcomes and channel it into more specific directions.

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[Update: Gone From App Drawer] Latest Apex Launcher Update Has Users Up In Arms Over New Feeling Lucky 'Feature'

Apex's most recent update has brought the third-party launcher a flood of angry reviews over a new app recommendation feature that users are perceiving as adware. The popular app's overall score still sits well above a 4.0, but you don't need to scroll through the latest reviews for long before coming across numerous one-star ratings and anger-driven complaints.

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