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TeamViewer App Gets Big Update To v9.0 With Two-Factor Authentication, External Keyboard/Mouse Support, And More

When you need to get access to a remote computer quickly, TeamViewer is a popular solution. The app has long had a solid feature set, but the newly released update has a lot more goodies. And of course, it's still free for personal use.

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Roundup: Our Top Seven Picks For Best New App From October 2013

Another month, another great set of apps released to the Play Store. Amid the Nexus season hysteria, plenty of worthy new apps entered the fray, vying for attention from Android users looking to spice up their catalogs.

Out of that list, we've chosen seven of the very best new apps, saving you the hassle of going through every entry. Of course we've got a brief list of runners up as well, but we'll take a closer look at the top six first.

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Microsoft Remote Desktop

Offering a "rich multi-touch" experience, Microsoft's remote desktop app made a welcomed addition to the Play Store this October.

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MOGA Hero And Pro Power Controllers Now Available For Sale, Get Them For $59.99 And $79.99 Respectively

Anyone looking for a solid Android gaming controller need look no further than the MOGA series. The original controller launched a year ago, and while there were and remain some drawbacks to the bundled software, the hardware itself is top notch. The latest generation hopes to address a fundamental drawback to gaming on a smartphone, the inescapable battery draining forces at work whenever you fire up a graphically intensive game and attempt to play it using a Bluetooth controller. Both the MOGA Hero Power and the Pro Power controllers let you recharge your handset as you game, and they're now available for anyone raring to give them a go.

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[Bonus Round] Ittle Dew, Promised Lands, Monster Loves You, And Sketchman

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 shameless Zelda clone, a mix of god games and Minecraft, an adorable adventure game starring bloodthirsty monster, and an endless runner-gunner. Without further ado:

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Ittle Dew

I'll give you three guesses as to what mega gaming franchise Ittle Dew is riffing on, but you're only going to need one.

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[Bonus Round] Mech Conquest, Burn The Lot, Romans From Mars, Super Tinboy, And Stack Rabbit

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 an interestingly complex mech fighter, a beat-em-up with a strange fixation on carnival workers, a turret shooter that takes a few liberties with Roman mythology, a kid-friendly platformer, and a match-3 puzzler from Disney.

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Download: Latest Google Play Store 4.4.22

Following yesterday's unveiling of Android 4.4 and the Nexus 5, we've been enjoying a nonstop barrage of APKs which got here before any of us even got a chance to receive our own Nexus 5s in the mail thanks to the Nexus 5 factory image.

One of the updated APKs inside the image, as it turns out, is a slightly updated Play Store with version 4.4.22. The latest Play Store before that - the one that brought us the slide-out navigation panel - was 4.4.21. This one must be at least one better, right?

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[New App] ESPN Releases Official Fantasy Basketball App For Android

We're right in the middle of basketball season, so I know it may be too much to ask to look away during the game, but when you get the chance, ESPN has released a fantasy football app to consume you during every other moment of the day. If you're already invested in a fantasy league, then you know the routine. Find some friends, form teams, draft players, and duke it out. With a dedicated mobile app, you won't have to sit down at a browser to make the magic happen.

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The Android app gives you everything you need to keep tabs on the action.

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KitKat Feature Spotlight: Chrome App's Drag-And-Release Style Overflow Menu Button Is Now Used System-Wide

A while back, an experimental feature debuted in a Chrome for Android Beta release that seemed pretty innocuous - instead of tapping the overflow menu button to cause the dropdown to appear, you could now press, drag, and release to select an option in the list. From a touch device perspective, it's understandable why such an implementation would be desirable for some users, as it reduces the amount of tapping required for some tasks. Some people also may kind of prefer it just because.

With Android 4.4, it seems Google has implemented the drag-and-release gesture on most standard menu overflow buttons (this was predicted in a Reddit thread about six days ago, too).

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Friday App And Game Sales: ROM Toolbox Pro, Ravensword: Shadowlands, Bag It, And More

It's been a busy 24 hours since Android 4.4 KitKat and the Nexus 5 were announced. You probably stayed up all night reading the news and furiously refreshing the UPS tracking page to see if your phone shipped yet. Well, relax. You have to come down from that KitKat high sometime, and what better way than with some nice, inexpensive apps and games?

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Firefox Beta Reaches Version 26, Gets Redesigned New Tab Page, Improved Password Manager, And More

The latest version of the Firefox Beta has hit the Play Store, and it introduces a change to the new tab page that is sure to liven up your mobile browsing experience. As usual, top sites are presented as thumbnails on the default screen, but version 26 makes your history, bookmarks, and reading list all accessible with just a few swipes. It's an intuitive and attractive experience that easily trumps that offered in the stable version of the browser.

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The update also introduces a new way to pin tabs to the home page, performances improvements on some NVIDIA devices, and, of course, bug fixes.

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