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Spotify Launches A $4.99 Student Subscription That Takes 50% Off The Cost Of A Premium Account For A Year

Being a student is expensive. Unless Mom and Dad have this one covered, you have to foot the cost of classes, books, and food with just scholarships and loans to help. The positive side? You can now get a Spotify Premium account for 50% off. That's right - all you can eat music for  $4.99. It's like a meal plan you can actually afford to have.

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Before you rock out, there's small print to consider here.

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[New App] HTC Releases Zoe App To The Play Store, But It's Not Going To Come Alive Until This Summer

Consider this new app that item that someone placed on store shelves before it was time to begin selling the product. You can look at it all you want, but until that launch date comes, forget about it. In this case, HTC has released a Zoe app into the Play Store, but it doesn't plan to activate it until this summer.

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There isn't much to take away from these screenshots, other than a green battery icon that drills in just why Google required everyone to switch to white notification tray icons for Android 4.4.

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[This Was A Triumph] Nvidia Has Ported The Original Portal To Android Exclusively For The Nvidia Shield, Release Details Still A Mystery

Valve has made some of the most beloved games of the last decade, and now one of them is coming to Android. Or more accurately, one of them is coming to the Nvidia Shield. According to Nvidia, the original Portal is coming to the Shield at some point in the not too distant future.

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[New App] HTC Fetch App Appears In The Play Store, Works With HTC's 'Electronic Leash' Accessory

Always forgetting your phone? Well, you should probably pay more attention. Failing that, maybe get one of those Bluetooth tethers that can warn you when you're about to leave the phone behind. HTC makes one of those called the Fetch, and now there's an app in Google Play so more devices can get in on the fun.

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Chris Lacy's Link Bubble Now Has A Play Store Beta Program

Link Bubble is already a pretty great app, but developer Chris lacy is apparently not content to rest on his laurels. There is already a Play Store beta program you can join to get the latest tweaks and features. Just a few steps and you're in.

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For anyone not aware, Link Bubble is an app that loads web pages in the background and stacks them up in a floating bubble.

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Fleksy Keyboard Updated To v2.0 With New Themes, Cloud Personalization, And Badges

When it comes to invisible keyboards, Fleksy doesn't have a lot of competition. Or none, actually. This keyboard uses aggressive autocorrect and prediction to make words out of the nonsense you enter, and today it's hitting v2.0 with some new features.

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More HTC Sense Apps Land In The Play Store: HTC Guide And HTC Gallery

It looks like HTC is intent on getting all its news crammed into one week. Just a few hours before its scheduled media events in New York and London, wherein the company will reveal the New One (or at least show off whatever hasn't been leaked yet), HTC has been uploading apps to the Play Store like there's no tomorrow. In addition to the Blinkfeed launcher and SenseTV apps, the Sense versions of the Gallery and HTC Guide have been added to HTC's publisher page.

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HTC Uploads Another Stock Sense App To The Play Store - SenseTV

Hot on the heels of BlinkFeed and the vaguely defined HTC Service Pack, HTC is hitting the Play Store with another app: SenseTV. The electronic programming guide meets universal remote control made its first appearance last year alongside Sense 5.0 on the HTC One. This looks like an update to the original which includes a redesigned style to match Sense 6, improvements to data for sporting events, and support for the HTC One Google Play Edition.

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Roku App Version 3.0 Adds A Huge Visual Overhaul And On-Device Search

I know this is Chromecast country, but Roku was here first. The humble little WiFi streaming devices are competent and powerful, and they work with at least some online media sources that Chromecast doesn't. (Lookin' at you, Amazon.) If you're a happy Roku customer like me, then the Android remote app is probably a big part of your entertainment center. The new and improved version overhauls the user interface and adds one much-needed change.

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[Bonus Round] Globlins, TriBlaster, And Noah Should

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 a solid puzzle game, a challenging retro shooter, and a strange biblical title.

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