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[New Game] John Woo's Bloodstroke, A John Woo Game By John Woo, Is A Top-Down Shooter Set In A Sumi-e Painting

Hey, did you know that John Woo made an Android game? You will by the time you read the Play Store description for Chillingo's latest title, Bloodstroke. The first screenshot is literally the game's logo and a headshot of the well-known Hong Kong movie director and producer, with his name featured twice. You know, just in case you didn't get the message. Exactly how Woo is involved in Bloodstroke isn't mentioned - is he a designer?

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[Deal Alert] The 16GB Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 Is On Sale At Best Buy For $280 ($120 Off)

Thanks to its "just right" size and low price tag (at least relative to the other members of the Tab Pro family), the Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 is my pick of the litter. And if you'd like to pick one up for even less, Best Buy is offering a new one for a whopping $120 off of retail. You can get a white or black Tab Pro from the big box retailer in its base 16GB configuration for $279.99.

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[For Developers] New Google Play Store API v2 Gives Total Control Over APK Updates And Product Listings

The Google Play Developer Console has undergone some pretty major changes over the years, including a complete overhaul 2 years ago. While the improvements continue to make for a more powerful and usable tool, some developers still find areas where it could be better. Google's engineers don't have time to build everything for everybody, but a new version of the Google Play Developer API makes it possible to build quite a few things for yourself.

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ExaGear Strategies Allows Strategy Fans To Play Some Old-School PC Titles On Their Phones And Tablets

You've got to respect the classics. And since the developers (or rights owners) of games like Civilization, Starcraft, and Age of Empires aren't releasing their classics on Android, or they're turning them into twisted versions of the originals, strategy fans need an alternative. Enter ExaGear, an emulator designed to let those fans play at least some of the classic PC strategy games on Android, complete with controls adapted for precision.

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35 Best New Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (7/16/14 - 7/28/14)

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.

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Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

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First Wave Of Android TV Preview Dev Kits (ADT-1) Arriving Now To Developers

Google's announcement of Android TV made it clear that a final product wasn't ready for store shelves, but it was certainly getting close. While Google is finishing up the software and hardware for an official release later this year, developers have been invited to begin work on their own apps. For most, that means firing up an emulator to test on, but a few have also been granted access to a preview device called ADT-1.

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Keeper For Android Update Adds Web Password Auto-Fill And Encrypted Cloud Storage

Popular password manager Keeper has updated its Android app today with two big new features: web password auto-fill and encrypted cloud file storage. They're called Keeper FastFill and Keeper Secure File Storage, and they're available now. Here's the blurb from the Play Store listing:

Announcing Keeper Secure File Storage, the best way to store and organize your private Files, Photos & Videos! Encrypt and upload secret photos, loan docs, passports and confidential files to your Keeper vault.

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Reddit News Beta Updated To v7 With A Material Design Makeover

The latest app to take the bold step into a Material Design world is the popular Reddit client Reddit News, but only in the Play Store beta so far. Unlike some apps that claim to be implementing Material Design, Reddit News is doing more than slapping a floating action button (FAB) in the same old app.

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Beats Music 1.2 Update Introduces Tune Your Taste Option, Sentence History, Verified Badges, And More

The latest Beats Music update continues to flesh out its overall music streaming experience. This particular release, version 1.2, focuses on areas that distinguish Beats somewhat from the competition - its song discovery and basic social networking elements.

The service claims to connect users to the music that's right for them, and a new Tune Your Taste feature provides listeners with the option to change their favorite genres and artists. Instead of new, it's actually more of a comeback.

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Google Updates Gesture Search App For The First Time In Over A Year, Adds A New Widget And Popup Tablet UI

If you use Google Gesture Search, an app that we have largely ignored over the years because, well, Google doesn't exactly do much with it, good news - it's been updated! For the first time in over a year.

Google Gesture Search 2.1.4 adds a new widget that allows you to quickly launch recently used things, and the app now displays as a popup on tablets. There are also the requisite "bug fixes and UI improvements." The widget seems, frankly, pretty damn useless aside from being a widget that displays things you sometimes are prone to doing on your phone, with no apparent logic behind said displayed items.

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