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EverClip Clipboard Manager From gReader Creater Gets Updated With Text Expansion Capabilities

Text expansion saves time. It's really that simple. Rather than typing out a lengthy word over and over, like a regularly visited URL or an embarrassingly long middle name, save it as a text expansion so that pressing a few pre-determined characters will insert that word instead. Google's keyboard comes with this functionality available out of the box, as do some alternative third-party keyboards, but this requires commitment to one of these options.

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[New Game] Return To The Post-Apocalyptic, Robot-Infested Future In EPOCH 2

If humanity dies out in the future, what are all the robots going to do? Fight, according to EPOCH 2. The first title was one of the prettiest games on Android when it launched a few years back, and the sequel promises to up the ante with more effects, more guns, and many more angry robots.

EPOCH 2 is a cover-based shooter set in a world populated by robots with nothing better to do than shoot at you.

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[New Game] Gameloft And Marvel Release The Cel-Shaded Movie Tie-In Game Captain America: The Winter Soldier

The latest Captain America movie is polishing its shield, because its release is inbound. But before that can happen, movie goers first need a chance to experience the action firsthand in yet another Gameloft title. Most of these releases aren't anything to get excited about, but the cel-shaded graphics in this one have piqued our interest. Check them out.

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Plants Vs. Zombies 2 Update Includes New Far Future World With More Levels, Plants, And Zombies

How goes your crusade against the walking undead? No, not the vampires, the zombies. Taking on the shambling masses is getting a little sci-fi twist today with v2.1.1 of Plants vs. Zombies 2. The new far future world includes a ton of new content, and an old favorite feature from the original is making its triumphant return.

The new zone includes 24 levels, 8 new plants, and 10 new space-themed zombies.

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Microsoft Office Mobile Is Now Free On Android Phones For 'Home Use' Only

Almost a year ago, Microsoft released Office Mobile for Android phones to the Play Store. The caveat, of course, was that it required an Office 365 subscription in order to use the application, which was kind of a bummer.

Fast-forward to today, and you may have heard that Office is finally available for the iPad – a rumor that we've seen come and go several times over the last couple of years.

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Latest LastPass Update 3.2.3 Fixes Broken Automatic Password Fill On Samsung Devices

Just a quick update for Samsung device owners who, like me, found that the LastPass app fill was unable to fill any passwords after the very exciting 3.2 update. The latest version 3.2.3, which just popped up on the Play Store, specifically addresses this bug:

What's New

v3.2.3

Fix app fill on Samsung devices. Please contact our support staff if you still have issues.

I've confirmed that the fix indeed works by successfully logging into both the Amazon app and the Amazon site in Chrome Beta on my Note 3:

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Hooray!

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Reqallable Updated With Pebble Support, Lets Smartwatch Wearers Respond To Messages Without Yanking Out Their Phone

The Pebble can handle plenty of functions thanks to a wide range of third-party apps, but interacting with messages typically remains a passive experience. Naturally, someone had to address this. Reqallable, an app that provides smartwatch wearers with the ability to respond to email and text messages without pulling out their phones, has added the Pebble to its list of supported devices.

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Star Wars: Assault Team Is Now Live In The US, Just In Case You Want A Completely Uninteresting Star Wars Card Game

Collectable card battle games are incredibly popular on the Play Store and its mobile contemporaries, perhaps only outnumbered by various Bird ripoffs of the Angry and Flappy variety. Now you can get your tedious, IAP-riddled card action on in a Star Wars flavor, because Assault Team is available in the United States (and probably a lot of other places as well). For the one guy who's been patiently waiting since the Australian test release, this is very exciting news.

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Sprint HTC One Max Gets Android 4.4.2 Via OTA Software Update 2.09.651.1

The HTC One M8 became official two days ago, and HTC's been having more than its share of headlines among mobile tech sites ever since. Want a break? Tough. Here's KitKat for the Sprint HTC One Max. OTA software updates are currently rolling out to users, bumping them up to software version 2.09.651.1.

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2K Games Finally Drops Kindle Fire Exclusivity, Brings NBA 2K14 To The Play Store

In October of last year 2K Games released NBA 2K14 as an exclusive download for the Kindle Fire. Now here we are, some five months later, and the company has decided the time has finally come to drop the year's biggest NBA game into the Play Store. That's one hell of an exclusivity period.

Like its Amazon counterpart, the Play version of the game is going for $7.99, but the download seems to be significantly larger on Play.

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