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Facebook Pages Manager Updated To Version 1.10 With New Post Sharing Options, Expanded Status Update Details, And More

Facebook's Pages Manager app has made the jump to version 1.10, and while it isn't a major overhaul, it does introduce a few new features. Now people who manage multiple pages can share posts between them by hitting the share button at the bottom of each post. Pages based on people also have more emotions and activities available for status updates, such as "Feeling Good" or "Watching TV." In addition to that, managers can edit posts on their page timeline.

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[New Game] Wind-Up Knight 2 Launches In Canada, Coming To More Regions Soon

The original Wind-Up Knight was an endearing little platfomer, and it's looking like the sequel is just as cute and includes some new gameplay mechanics. This game has launched in Canada first, with access expanding to other countries soon. Most of you will have to make do with the trailer for now.

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Fox News Android App Gets Major Facelift In Big Update To Version 2.0

Here at Android Police, we like to keep things fair and balanced. So when a major news network puts effort into a mobile app, you can expect a shout out from us. Yesterday Al Jazeera America rolled out a new and attractive dedicated app, and as it turns out, Fox News had also recently pushed a complete redesign to its own.

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[Updated] Google Maps v7.7 For Android Rolling Out, Adds Public Upcoming Events To Place Cards And Saving Dropped Pins Everywhere [APK Download]

Google's begun rolling out an update to the Maps app on Android today, bringing it to version 7.7. While not much seems to have changed, a full 0.X release typically denotes at least some kind of new feature or significant alteration, though thus far we've really only seen one.

What’s New

For the moment, all we're noticing in the new version of Maps are the "Upcoming events" listings populating some place listings.

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Download: Latest Google Play Store 4.6.16 / 4.6.17 With Batch App Install, New 'Require Password' Option, Tweaked UI, Forced Self-Update, And More [Updated]

Hey look, everyone - Google sent us all a treat tonight in the form of the first Play Store update in over 3 months. And we just love new things (hi, Kirill!). As usual, you'll find the apk for v4.6.16 towards the bottom of this post.

What's New?

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[APK Teardown] Chromecast App Updated To Version 1.5.3 With New Languages, Hints Of TV Offers, More

One more app that took part in Update Wednesday yesterday is the official Chromecast app, which helps users set up their new Chromecasts to work with their phone or tablet. The app got bumped from 1.3.10 to 1.5.3 and while Google has published its own short change log, we of course couldn't resist doing a quick teardown to see if there were any other goodies. First though, here's what Google says is new.

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Several Upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5 Apps Have Leaked Onto The Web, And They're Available For Download

The Galaxy S5 is coming to store shelves in April, and it's bringing with it a new version of TouchWiz along with a full suite of Samsung apps. These aren't typically the pieces of software Android enthusiasts foam at the mouth to get, but with all the bajillions of devices Samsung pushes each year, we know there are many of you who get a kick out of some of them.

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Plex Chromecast Support Is Now Free For Everyone, App Still Costs $5 For Non-Subscribers

Chromecast support came a little early to the Plex app, but it also came with a catch – only premium PlexPass subscribers could use it. That was only a temporary situation, as the developers added features and improved the feature. Now the preview period is over and everyone can enjoy Plex's excellent content streaming with Chromecast support without a subscription.

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Facebook App Update Brings The Ability To Post Photos In Comments, Delete Albums, And More

Facebook pushed an update to its Android app today that brings a handful of useful photo features, like the ability to post an image as a comment – something that's been available on the web for quite a while. Otherwise, you can now also delete and/or edit photo albums, untag yourself in photos, and upload multiple images at the same time. Group admins can now easier pin and unpin posts, as well.

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[New App] American Red Cross Releases Flood App To Keep You Dry When The Water Strikes

The American Red Cross is at it again. Not content to leave Android users uneducated, unprepared, and therefore unsafe, it's released yet another well-designed app into the Play Store that could potentially save your life. The organization's latest offering should help you in case you ever find yourself endangered by a flood.

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