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Check out this third-party YouTube Music uploader for Windows

Check out this third-party YouTube Music uploader for Windows

Google Play Music is still superior to YouTube Music for people who just want to listen to their own uploaded songs, even if YouTube Music has been catching up a lot lately. But with the demise of the Google Play Music Manager ahead of the full shutdown, users are left without an automated solution for uploading their local library. That's where an open-source tool comes in: The unofficial YTMusicUploader replicates the Music Manager's capabilities and lets you choose a path on your Windows computer for automatic uploading to YTM.

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Google Play Store takes hamburgers off the menu in latest UI test

Google Play Store takes hamburgers off the menu in latest UI test

The Google Play Store is one of the most important apps on any phone, which is probably why Google is always tweaking it here and there. Last year, the Play Store received its biggest visual overhaul in a while, and this summer the app starting rolling out new search filters and experimenting with a redesign of the My Apps screen. In this latest test, Google is getting rid of the Play Store's hamburger menu.

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YouTube Music now lets free users download playlists containing uploaded songs

YouTube Music now lets free users download playlists containing uploaded songs

YouTube Music has been picking up features like crazy over the past few months. Google's latest music streaming effort has added support for asking Assistant to play personal playlists, viewing lyrics on the web, and even an improved Android TV experience. The latest change to the platform sees free users gaining the ability to download uploaded songs contained in playlists.

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Photoshop Camera update adds countdown timer and support for switching cameras (APK Download)

Photoshop Camera update adds countdown timer and support for switching cameras (APK Download)

Not all camera apps are the same, and Adobe set out to prove that with the Photoshop Camera. Making heavy use of AI, Adobe aims to stylize photos based on what it can detect in the scene. The latest update to v1.1 builds on this goal, but also introduces some of the features found in more traditional apps, like switching between cameras and setting a timer for shots.

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25 temporarily free and 28 on-sale apps and games for Wednesday

25 temporarily free and 28 on-sale apps and games for Wednesday

Welcome to Wednesday, everyone. Today's list is on the shorter side, as most sales lists in the middle of the week are, but I surprisingly have a bunch of highlights to share despite the short list. First up is Simple File Manager Pro, a quality and open-source file manager that's easily worth the sale price. Of course, if you're looking for games, then the current sale on the action-platformer Gunslugs 3 is worth a look, and if you prefer stylish puzzle games, then you should definitely check out Agent A: A puzzle in disguise. As always, I've highlighted all of the interesting titles in bold to make discovery easier.

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Pac-Man Geo brings the classic arcade game to your city streets, but it's in rough shape

Pac-Man Geo brings the classic arcade game to your city streets, but it's in rough shape

Many developers have been trying to copy the success of Niantic's Pokémon GO with clones that offer similar gameplay, and so it's easy to jump to conclusions when new map-based mobile titles are revealed. Surprisingly Bandai Namco has actually come up with a unique way to utilize the map, and so Pac-Man Geo is a game where players will create new mazes out of the streets in their cities. While there's still a collection aspect in the title, seeing that high-scores will unlock collectible landmarks, at least the core Pac-Man gameplay has been retained.

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Get the new Google Drive icon on your phone right now (APK download)

Get the new Google Drive icon on your phone right now (APK download)

Not too long ago, Google announced that it would roll out redesigned icons for its core productivity tools like Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Meet, and Drive. It turns out that the latter is the service to make the transition first, as the company has just started rolling out a Drive app update complete with the new icon. We've got it available for download over at APK Mirror.

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CrossOver compatibility layer leaves beta on Chrome OS

CrossOver compatibility layer leaves beta on Chrome OS

CrossOver is a commercial compatibility layer by CodeWeavers, based on the Wine project, which aims to run popular Windows software on Unix-based operating systems. CodeWeavers released the first beta of CrossOver for Chrome OS three years ago, and now it's finally ready for the masses.

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Even Google Glass has Meet now because it's not 2020 if you can't make video calls on it

Even Google Glass has Meet now because it's not 2020 if you can't make video calls on it

Two things that apparently just won't die are coming together in some kind of union — Google Meet is headed for beta tests in workplaces that have deployed Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2.

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Google Recorder app with new transcription-based editor now rolling out (APK Download)

Google Recorder app with new transcription-based editor now rolling out (APK Download)

It's been a hot minute since Google announced a big v2 update to its Recorder app for Pixel phones. With it comes the ability to make edits not just around waveforms, but by words in the automatically-generated transcript. Well, that update is rolling out in baby steps right now, but it's also available to sideload through APK Mirror.

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