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[Yo Dawg] Coffee Stain Studios Heard You Like Simulators, So They Made 'Goat Simulator MMO Simulator'

Few games have had the cultural and philosophical impact of Goat Simulator. I mean, what are we all in a metaphysical sense if not poorly coded virtual goats? To further explore the bounds of the human-goat paradigm, Coffee Stain Studios has released Goat Simulator MMO Simulator. See, it's a simulator that simulates an MMO.

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Feedly Version 29 Adds Chrome Custom Tabs And Shared Collections

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DO Button By IFTTT Adds Android Wear Support Along With New Channels

DO Button is IFTTT's very easy way of triggering smart actions with a simple tap. You can control your Hue lights or Nest thermostat, log your workouts, get an update on the stock market, send files to cloud storage services, and more. All of that is done easily and quickly thanks to preset recipes. And now you'll be able to do it all from the more convenient location of your wrist since DO is adding an Android Wear app.

The update also includes support for new channels, the most interesting of which may be Amazon Cloud Drive. Here's the full changelog.

WHAT'S NEW

Introducing DO Button for Android Wear!

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Hulu Announces A More Expensive Commercial-Free Streaming Tier

Commercials on Hulu getting on your nerves? Now there's a way to skip them, provided you're willing to pay a little more each month. Hulu has announced a commercial-free version of the service that will cost $11.99 per month rather than the usual $7.99.

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PC Pilgrim Titan Souls Challenges You To Kill Everything With A Single Arrow, But Only On SHIELD Hardware

Green Arrow is a mamma's boy. Hawkeye is overrated. Katniss is a pushover. All of those archer-themed heroes should try saving the world with just one arrow - maybe then they'd approach the sheer brass-balled awesomeness of the protagonist in Titan Souls. As he wanders in a twilight world between the living and the dead, he slays gigantic monsters with a single hit from his arrow... though he does get a little help, since it's magical and he can easily retrieve it after every shot.

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Waze Will Now Alert You When Approaching Dangerous Intersections In 5 US Cities, Reroute You According To License Plate Restrictions In Sao Paulo

 

Have you ever wished you could be alerted when you're driving before you reach dangerous intersections? It doesn't hurt to be extra cautious, look in all directions, and be prepared when you're about to cross an intersection where accidents happen more frequently than in other parts of your city, does it? That's why Waze is introducing a new alert feature in 5 major US cities: Boston, Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco, and Washington D.C.

Waze uses its own previous data as well as that officially received from the 5 cities to determine the intersections with higher risks of collisions (vehicle to vehicle, bike, or pedestrian) or injuries.

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HERE Maps For Android Update Brings New Contextual Menu

When HERE Maps launched a new beta program back in July, the first major feature was a new contextual menu. Whenever you long-pressed anywhere on a map, four bubbles would pop up that offered information on the location, the option to share, the ability to pull up directions, and the choice to immediately start navigation.

Now that feature has hit the stable version of HERE Maps.

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[Update: Google App Too] Google Rolling Out App Updates With New Logo And Icons, Starting With Maps And Translate [APK Download]

Google's new branding is already starting to worm its way into all corners of the company's design. The web interface is already being updated with new icons based on the sans-serif G, and now app updates have started to show up. No need to wait for update Wednesday this time. So far we've got Maps and Translate.

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ES File Explorer Expands Its Material Design Interface To The Play Store Version After Beta Testing

Hey, remember those many moons ago when ES File Explorer, one of the more popular file managers on Android, released a Material Design user interface update? You should, because it was exactly one moon ago, back at the beginning of August. After a relatively quick closed beta session (which Android Police apparently spoiled by writing a story about a pre-release version uploaded to APK Mirror - sorry), the update is now live in the Play Store as app version 4.0.2. Go download it.

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