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Box For Android Updated To Version 2.2: Multiple Account Access, Live File Updates, File Sorting Options, And More

The competition for cloud storage customers is getting fierce, and companies like Box need every edge they can get. To that end, the Box Android app is getting a huge overhaul today, focusing on user interface, local file management, and remote syncing and collaboration. Version 2.2 of the app will be live in the Play Store today, and should be rolling out to existing users over the next few hours.

The general interface gets the most attention, starting with a new and oh-so-trendy navigation drawer.

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Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded Slides Back Into The Play Store After Post-Launch Issues

We've been waiting for Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded, the fancy remastered mobile version of the classic adventure game, for quite a while. And just one day after the game went live in the Play Store last month, it was pulled for technical issues and sent back to the drawing board to iron out some last-minute kinks. But you can't keep a good sleaze down: your favorite lovable letch is back, ready for returning gamers and new players.

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40 Best (And 2 WTF) New Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (7/30/13 - 8/12/13)

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.

This is the app roundup. The game roundup from last week can be found here.

Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the AppBrain widgets, which include ratings and pricing info.
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Monday App Sales: Dropsync Pro, F-Stop Media Gallery, ExpenseManager (Free), And More

What do you want after a long Monday at work? Peace and quiet? Nah, apps probably. To that end, we've got some sales to make you aware of. Proceed with wallet in hand.

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SwiftKey Cloud Beta Bumped To v4.2.0.115, Brings Support For An Additional GMail Account, Improved Flow Responsiveness, And More

SwiftKey introduced Cloud Beta – a new feature that stores users' data in the cloud and syncs it across devices – a little more than two weeks ago, and so far the company has already pushed one update with a slew of bug fixes. Today marks Cloud Beta's second update in as many weeks, which brings several fixes and enhancements:

Full changelog and known issues for 4.2.0.115

Changes:

  • Now possible to personalize from a second Gmail account before personalizing from an earlier one has finished
  • Fix for crash when starting Gmail personalization
  • Increased responsiveness of Flow predictions (this should reduce the likelihood of the flowed word prediction changing right at the last second)
  • Handcent and Hangout Emoji entry fixed
  • Language models no longer backed up via Android back up if you have SwiftKey Cloud backup and sync enabled (this should save on network and battery usage)
  • Further fixes for crashes in the Cloud preferences
  • Disabled predictions in Pleco where requested
  • Removed SwiftKey account details from the Android Settings, as these were confusing when you had multiple installs side-by-side

Of course, it doesn't fix everything, so there are still a handful of issues that the SK team is currently working on:

Known issues:

  • If you re-add a word that you previously removed from predictions, it will not always get re-added across all your synced devices
  • The showerhead Emoji in GoSMS messes up input
  • Spanish inverted ?
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Weekend App And Game Sales: ROM Toolbox Pro, Pixel Fleet LWP, Deathsmiles, And More

It's Saturday night and you've got a hot date... with apps. Oh, don't look so disappointed. Saving money on cool apps and games is almost as good as human companionship, right? Right?!

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[Oops] Kaspersky Lab Accidentally Raises Mobile Security App To $149.00, Tablet Version Bumped Up To $199.00

How much would you pay for an Android security suite that may occasionally be of use? Maybe $1.99? $4.99? How about $149.00? No? Well, that's what Kaspersky Lab is currently asking for its Mobile Security app in Google Play. Got a lot of cash to burn and very little common sense? Kaspersky Tablet Security is only $199.00. What?

2013-08-10 01_11_21-Kaspersky Mobile Security - Android Apps on Google Play

See, the apps for phones and tablets used to cost $4.95 and $9.95, respectively.

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[Bonus Round] Champs: Battlegrounds, Gentlemen, Friendly Fire, And Delta-V Racing

Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a multiplayer strategy RPG, a new take on Mario Bros, a tower defense-strategy game that crosses over into the real word, and a 2D Wipeout-style throwback.

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Yelp Update Introduces New Nearby Page, Puts Stronger Emphasis On Local Goings-On, Adds In-App Delivery/Pickup Ordering [Updated]

What do you do when you arrive in a new city and want to know what to do? I'm sure there are plenty of possible answers, but the correct one is to fire up Yelp. In the US, it's just hard to find a competing platform that offers the sheer depth and functionality that the service offers. Yelp displays discounts, allows user to make reservations, has Open Table integration, and - my personal favorite - gives quick access to addresses.

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PSA: Google Latitude Shuts Down Today

When Google updated Maps earlier this summer, Latitude was no where to be found. It turned out that the days of Google's location tracking and sharing service were over. We suspect that Latitude is another victim of Google+, which introduced the ability to check into locations and share current locations in new posts not long before Google announced that it was retiring Latitude. Today is the last day to export your data from the service, so hop on it if you want to maintain access to this data.

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