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PSA: It's Not Just You, Netflix Is Down For Everyone [Update]

Here we are getting toward the prime Netflix window and everything's all busted. You are not alone in your inability to access Netflix. It appears to be down for everyone.

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[App Roundup] Our Top Seven Picks For The Best New Apps Of January 2015

January brought us the yearly madness that is CES, but that doesn't mean much in terms of software. The biggest news is probably Microsoft's continued expansion into multi-platform support for its biggest software sellers, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and now even Outlook. Google has been uncharacteristically quiet so far in 2015, aside from updating its current stable of apps.


Microsoft Outlook Preview

Android Police review: Microsoft Releases Outlook Preview For Android

It's been possible to use Microsoft Exchange mail accounts on Android for years, but never exactly in an ideal or intuitive way. Microsoft is changing that thanks to its new multi-platform approach, releasing something we never thought we'd see a few years ago: a first-party Outlook email app.

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[Game Roundup] Our Top Seven Picks For The Best New Games Of January 2015

Popular wisdom says that movies released in January are the detritus of the previous year, as studios breathe a sigh of relief once all the Christmas blockbusters and Oscar bait has left theaters. The game industry has inherited a bit of this stigma, but it's hard to argue with the evidence: for the first time in over two years, we skipped a game roundup because of a lack of content. Even so, there are enough notable newcomers to keep you occupied until Valentine's Day at least.


Crossy Road

Android Police coverage: Popular Frogger Clone 'Crossy Road' Hops From iOS And The Amazon Appstore Onto Google Play

Crossy Road is Frogger.

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Microsoft Updates Yammer App With Android Wear Support And Improved Notifications

Yammer is a social network for people in suits, a way for corporate employees to learn about their colleagues and communicate without all the distractions that come with relying on a platform that's connected to the entire world. Microsoft bought the service in 2012, but apps remain available for iOS and Android. In the latest round of updates, the latter version is getting Android Wear support.


Out of the box, Android Wear could already display any notifications that Yammer shot out. This new integration adds the ability to like messages and reply using speech.

The notification experience has improved on the host device as well.

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Evoland Lets You Play Through The History Of RPGs In A Single Game

Evoland is not a typical adventure RPG. It is actually all typical RPGs rolled up into a single package. This game takes you through the history of the action RPG genre, starting with 2D monochrome gameplay and eventually ending up with full-3D open world graphics.

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New Yelp v7 Beta Update Brings A Complete Material Redesign [APK Download]

There are a lot of outdated apps lurking in the Play Store, but Yelp's antiquated design has been particularly irksome. See, Yelp is a popular app that can be really useful, but it is just a mess of old design language. If you're in the Yelp beta, check your updates because things are about to change. Yelp 7.0.0-Beta1 is rolling out with a material overhaul. It's so much better, and we've got the APK below for your sideloading pleasure.

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Talon For Twitter (Plus) Gets Major Update To v2.0 With "Muffle User" Feature, Activity Page, Vine Support, And Much More

Talon for Twitter (Plus) has received its biggest update since its (re-)release in October, bringing with it a host of improvements. Today's update includes a new activity page, which aggregates mentions, retweets, follows, and favorites into a single timeline view. Also new is the "muffle user" feature, which is a midpoint between muting somebody and fully following them.

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In the screenshot above, you can see what happens to a muffled user. Their tweets aren't invisible to you, but they appear as just a single condensed line. If an account's tweets are redundant or annoying, you can have them minimized rather than gone entirely.

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Twitter Reportedly Begins Testing 'Instant Timeline' To Improve The Sign-Up Experience For New Users

Twitter can be an intimidating place for newcomers. The site's timeline is only as good as the content that appears inside it, and until you start following profiles, it's pretty spartan. But the social network knows it has a problem, and it's trying to do something about it.

Twitter already makes recommendations during the setup process that points us towards friends along with popular sources of news and entertainment. Now, according to a report by The New York Times, the site is testing out a new "Instant Timeline" feature that automatically populates a new user's feed until they've figured out how to fill it up themselves.

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Episode 2 Of TellTale's Game Of Thrones Adventure Series Invades Android On Thursday, February 5th

The yearly dance has begun. Trailers have been released. Theories are being spun. Cable and satellite TV call centers are flooded with renewed HBO subscriptions. Game of Thrones is coming back for a new season. And while that's all well and good, a small but considerable portion of fans are also looking forward to new episodes in TellTale's companion adventure game, which weaves around some of the same events. They won't have to wait much longer.

Episode 2 in TellTale's series, subtitled "The Lost Lords," will become available for players on Thursday. It follows the continuing adventures of... you know what, there's no way for me to tell you what it's about without spoiling the huge ending to the first episode.

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29 Best (And 1 WTF) New Android Games From The Last 2 Weeks (1/20/15 - 2/2/15)

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Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 2 weeks or so.

Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include ratings and pricing info.

Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.


The Witcher Battle Arena

Android Police review: The Witcher Battle Arena Review: A Surprisingly Great Free-To-Play Experience

The Witcher is a series of high-production, old-fashioned action-RPGs for PC and consoles.

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