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Popular Display-Tweaking App f.lux Is Coming To Android, Available Now In Beta (Root Required)

There are various apps on Android that promise to alter the color temperature of your screen at night to promote better sleep, but the popular desktop app f.lux has thus far not been among them. This is about to change, though. A beta version of f.lux for Android is available for download right now, but it does require root.

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Volvo Wants To Replace Your Key Fob With A Smartphone App And Bluetooth

Cars are the biggest piece of tech most of us own, but they're relatively conservative. Newer models may come with USB ports, Bluetooth, and touchscreens, but those have been elements for years. And the touchscreen experience isn't generally all that good, even with spiffy spoftware.

But significant enhancements are gradually working their way into our vehicles. A number of vehicles can detect when other cars are in their blind spots. Some can parallel park on their own. There are models in development that can drive limited distances without input from the driver. And, of course, there's Google's self-driving cars.

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tinyCam Monitor 6.5 Adds Immersive Mode, Pin To Home, Hardware Decoder, And More

If you have a connected security camera somewhere without a dedicated application, chances are you're using tinyCam to login remotely and stream the video feed to your device. The app is one of the best in its niche and gets frequent updates to stay current with design guidelines and add cool features like a Wear client and a built-in web server.

With version 6.5, tinyCam is getting even better. The app now supports immersive mode on Android — better late than never, eh? — to hide the status bar and navigation buttons. It really makes a lot of sense in the context of video: the more screen estate you have, the better it is.

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Play Music v6.4 Includes Playback Order Options For Upcoming Podcast Support, Exclusive Music Deal With The BRIT Awards

Many of us are anxiously awaiting the official launch of Podcasts in Play Music. While a few people have already been given an accidental early look, there are good reasons to be confident that the real launch will happen sometime in the next week and a half. It should come as no surprise that the latest update to the Play Music app happens to include a few fixes and features for podcast listeners. On top of that, Google is preparing for an exclusive deal with the BRIT Awards.

For those that want to know about new features, it doesn't look like there's anything to talk about right now.

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Google Is Rolling Out Custom Gamer IDs To Google Play Games

Right now, your Google Play Games ID is just your name. That's mega-boring, though. You will soon be able to choose a custom gamer ID that will be used in Play Games-enabled titles instead of your real one. You won't have to wait long; Google says this feature is rolling out over the coming days.

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Minecraft Pocket Edition 0.14.0 Enters The Play Store Dressed As A Witch With Cauldron-Powered Redstone Comparators And Other New Components

Minecraft comes in many forms, but the Pocket Edition is the only one that fits inside your Android phone. The experience isn't all that dissimilar from what you see on desktops, but it does lag behind on some features. Fortunately for players, more have made the transition. Version 0.14.0 has gone stable, bringing additional Redstone components such as comparators, repeaters, dispensers, droppers, hoppers, and more.

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Fandango, The Site That Sells You Movie Tickets, Acquires Flixster and Rotten Tomatoes

Consolidation is in the air. Fandango, the company behind that app or site you load up to order movie tickets online, has decided to purchase both Flixster and Rotten Tomatoes. This will give Fandango greater influence over which movies you discover, develop interest in, and ultimately watch.

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Square Enix Hooks Up With NVIDIA To Bring Five Games To GeForce NOW, Starting With 2013's Tomb Raider

GeForce NOW has been available for a few months, long enough for your free trial to run out. If you dropped NOW after that, it might be time to give it another look. The service is getting an infusion of fresh games from publishing juggernaut Square Enix. There will be five games coming to NOW soon, starting today with Tomb Raider (the 2013 one).

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[Update: Official Details] PayPal Gets A Massive Update To v6.0 With A Complete UI Overhaul [APK Download]

PayPal's Android app has been sorely in need of an update for some time, and now it's getting one. The new v6.0 update is officially out tomorrow, but the update seems to have started appearing already. We've got it on APK Mirror if you want to check it out, and it's a big departure.

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Skype Now Supports Group Video Calling On Mobile Devices

Before Skype was known for video, it was known for placing calls. These began as one-on-one exchanges, but eventually the service started letting multiple users converse in groups. Then the service introduced the ability to chat in groups over video, but only on desktop platforms. Now that's changing.

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