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Big Talon 2.4 Update Adds Android Wear Support, Translations, Tweet Scheduling, And More

Talon thinks your Twitter experience could use a shot in the arm, and it's ready to provide the juice. A big update has rolled out for the app that provides the ability to view multiple images within a single tweet, queue tweets to go out once a data connection is re-established, filter in top tweets while searching, and perform a whole host of other actions. For example, you can also schedule tweets from the compose window and translate tweets from a foreign language.

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Google Play Books Are Now Available For Purchase In Norway

We post about a ton of games around these parts, but those nifty Android devices of yours are good for more than shifting around pixels as quickly as possible. They're also great for reading, and those of you in Norway are now able to purchase digital books from Google Play. Just head over to the virtual marketplace to see Google's recommendations for what reads are hot right now or what the company thinks you may be into.

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Motorola Assist Gets An Update With Better Driving Detection And Voice Announcing Of Callers And SMS At Home

Assist is one of the many clever features Motorola included with the Moto X. This service monitors conditions and triggers changes to your settings and preferences as needed. It's not as powerful as some third-party options, but it's build in at the system level. Today's update includes a few improvements, as well as the customary bug fixes.

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[New Game] Hitman GO Slips Stealthily Into The Play Store After Strangling The Guards With Piano Wire

Agent 47 is back, but this time he's a bit less animated. In fact, he and all the guards he's going to strangle are game pieces in the new Hitman Go from Square Enix. This is a strategy game that aims to keep all the core strategic elements of the Hitman games while making it more playable on a mobile device.

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Google Translate 3.0.6/3.0.7 Improves UI, Adds Phonetic Input For Hindi And Other Indian Subcontinent Languages [APK Download]

Today's update to Google Translate probably won't affect most of our American readers, but if you live in or frequently travel to India, you're going to get a lot of use out of it. The update to version 3.0.6 adds spoken translation support for Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil, and Telugu, all widely spoken in different parts of the Indian subcontinent and other locations in Southeast Asia.

What’s New

Many in the western hemisphere think that Hindi is the official language of India, and it is (along with English).

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RoboForm Password Manager Updated With Device-Wide Form Filling, Light And Dark Themes

RoboForm is a popular password manager and form-filling service on the desktop, but its Android edition has felt a little behind the times as of late. That changes with the 4.05 update, which adds the ability to fill in tedious form info on any app on your phone or tablet. It's especially useful since the (paid) RoboForm Everywhere feature will sync all your information with the extension on your computer. No more hastily trying to remember the password for the HBO Go account you "borrowed."

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Previously, RoboForm needed its own rather clunky browser to fill in all the relevant information, which is obviously not an ideal solution.

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Nova Launcher Update Adds Visual Tweaks From The 3.0 Beta And The "OK Google" Search Hotword From GEL

The folks over at TeslaCoil have been hard at work. Just a week or so after testing a ton of small but significant changes in the 3.0 beta release of the popular Nova Launcher, they've expanded them to the full Play Store version. Check out our breakdown of some of the more significant additions for more details. But there's one more trick up its sleeve for the general release: the "OK Google" hotword.

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Google+ Photos Gets Chromecast Support, Joined By WatchESPN And MLS Matchday [Update: Crunchyroll, Too]

Update: Anime provider Crunchyroll has gained Chromecast support as well.

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The 2014 FIFA World Cup will start next week, making this just the right time for WatchESPN and MLS Matchday to roll out their new ability to stream matches straight to Chromecast. You still need a cable subscription to enjoy any of the content, but the feature prevents having to reach for the TV remote and navigate that troublesome guide for the correct channel.

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Instagram v6.0 Hits Google Play, Brings More Advanced Editing Capabilities

I know the readers of AP (along with the staff) have very mixed feelings about Instagram. Over the last several months, I've personally started to use the photo-based network more and more, even if only for browsing images of guitars (seriously, there are some sexy axes on the ol' IG). I've grown to enjoy it quite a bit.

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However, there's been a dramatic lack of any photo editing outside of the included filters that IG is already known for.

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Driving Accessory Automatic Updates Its Android App To v1.0, Adds Android-Exclusive Do Not Disturb Mode

Automatic is a simple $100 diagnostic sensor that plugs into the data ports on almost all modern cars. What makes it different than the other OBD sensors you can get is the way it interacts with the Automatic app, which came to Android not long ago. However, today marks the v1.0 update for that app. You could say it's "done" now.

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