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Minuum Keyboard Lets You Type In Multiple Languages At Once Following Latest Update

The latest Minuum update is a good one for people who speak multiple languages. This third-party keyboard's developers have added in experimental simultaneous multilingual support. Now you can type away at the single row of characters at the bottom of the screen and receive recommendations from two or more languages at once.

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Since using multiple languages requires downloading separate language packs, the Minuum folks have touched up this part of the interface.

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[Updated] Amazon Announces Prime Now, A Service Promising One-Hour Delivery Via Bike Messengers In Select Cities, Starting With New York

If nothing else, Amazon is ambitious. When they launched Prime, which offered free and guaranteed two-day delivery to subscribers, it seemed like Amazon was doomed to regret the project. Just under 10 years later, Amazon has its eyes on making shipping remarkably faster at no added cost. Prime Now, which will be bundled with existing Prime subscriptions, will offer free two-hour delivery in New York City and, soon, a number of additional cities.

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Crescent Moon's Sci-Fi Shooter EXILES Graduates From The Humble Bundle To The Play Store, Available Now For $7

Slowly, ever so slowly, mobile platforms are approaching "console quality" for high-end games. Given that this is a pretty nebulous term in and of itself, I'd say that in fact developers' skills in adapting the big-screen experience to touchscreen controls and using the limited resources available on mobile hardware to the fullest are much more important than any graphical upgrade. But enough rambling: EXILES, a new 3D sci-fi shooter from publisher Crescent Moon Games, is now on the Play Store.

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Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars Expands Into The Play Store, Finally Wants To Call Android Home

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, perhaps surprisingly, began its life on a Nintendo platform: the original DS. Over half a year later, a version made its way over to the PlayStation Portable, and an iOS version appeared only a couple of months after that. Since then, nearly five years have passed, and Rockstar is finally sharing the game with the millions of Android users roaming the globe. The title can now be found in the Play Store.

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Google Adds Android TV Launcher To The Play Store

Android TV is still in its infancy, but now Google has a way to tweak the UI easily without a system update. The Android TV launcher is now in the Play Store, and it apparently comes with some bug fixes.

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Monster Dash Hits The Play Store After Haunting The Amazon Appstore Last Week

Do you like side-scrolling? Do you like running? Do you hate the Amazon Appstore? If you answered yes to the preceding questions, get ready to get happy. Halfbrick Studios has released Monster Dash in the Play Store after first debuting it on the Appstore last week. It's got running, shooting, and tons of monsters.

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Todoist Update Adds Android Wear Support With Voice Commands, Better Rich Notifications, And Task List Management

Although I'm not a to-do list kind of person, I have had to change my habits ever since I became a small business owner and had to manage multiple orders, payments, and responsibilities throughout the day. Todoist became my de-facto solution for various reasons that aren't the goal of this post, but the one aspect of the app that kept nagging me a bit was the lack of Android Wear integration.

Sure, I could use the mirrored rich notification to mark a task as completed, but that was the extent of the watch support.

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Yureka, "The Zeus Of Phones," Launches In India With A 5.5" 720p Display, 64-Bit Processor, Cyanogen OS 11, And An 8,999 INR Price Tag

YU, the Micromax sub-brand that has been stirring the news lately thanks to its Indian Cyanogen exclusivity deal and OnePlus One legal action, has just officially launched in India its first smartphone: Yureka, and you could say it has a bit of a God complex.

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I'm not sure about YU's marketing strategy because at points they ask yu to play God then they start calling the phone Zeus (are you supposed to play the phone?), confusing the entire deity metaphor.

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Google Opinion Rewards Gets A Slight Visual Refresh In Latest Update [APK Download]

It appears Google really doesn't want to leave any stone unturned when it comes to easing its own apps into material design (no matter how long it may take). The latest to get an incremental refresh is Google Opinion Rewards - the app has been updated with a revised launcher icon (seen in the thumbnail for this post), and a new toolbar inside the app. The icon is a bit closer to material, but doesn't carry the exact same use of shadows as Google's other recent updates.

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TellTale Games Continues Its Android Rollout With Tales From The Borderlands, Episode 1 Available Now

Borderlands is a phenomenally popular sci-fi shooting series from 2K and Gearbox, now on its third installment. The primary games have been released on PC and consoles, and their fast, twitchy action and high-end graphics are probably still beyond mobile hardware for the moment. But TellTale, point-and-click adventure masters and (just recently) prolific Android game publishers, have brought their own take on Borderlands to the Google Play Store.

Tales from the Borderlands is yet another licensed TellTale game, bringing the company's well-trodden adventure mechanics into the campy, occasionally witty, and ultra-violent sci-fi western world of 2K's shooters.

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