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Indie Gala Lets You Set Your Own Price For Four Great Android Games

Reminiscent of the incredibly popular Humble Bundle, Indie Gala lets you set your own price for four amazing Android games.

19-06-12 5-10-49 PM

The principal behind Indie Gala is simple, users can choose how much they want to pay for the game bundle and then decide which charity to donate their money to. The games on offer include:

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Crafty Apps Launches Tasker App Factory (Beta), Allowing Users To Export (And Distribute) Tasks As Standalone Apps

Tasker is a versatile app to say the least. In allowing users to create and schedule sophisticated automated tasks, it has made a name for itself as one of the most useful apps available for Android. The developer behind Tasker, Crafty Apps, is now expanding on that functionality, working on Tasker App Factory, an extension of the original app which allows users to export certain actions as individual apps.

The app (which will only work for Tasker beta users) has the capability to create standalone apps which have no reliance on the main Tasker app to run.

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Official WinZip App Hits The Play Store With All The Functionality Of Its PC Counterpart In Tow

Bringing all the functionality of the renowned Windows-based .zip handler to your Android phone and tablet, WinZip Computing has released an official app to Google's Play Store.

WinZip for Android, in keeping with its PC counterpart, handily opens zipped files, also offering support for encrypted files (including AES128 and AES256), promising secure viewing and transmission of sensitive data from your mobile device.

The app also features sophisticated third-party app integration to open .doc(x), .xls, .ppt, and .pdf files, while offering built-in support for image files, text files (from .txt to .csv, .bat, .js, .xml, .css and many more), web files, and .apk files.

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GAMEVIL Releases Illusia 2 – Save the Dream World With New Gameplay Modes, Characters, And More Customization Than Ever

Following up on the success of the self-billed "blockbuster casual platform action RPG" Illusia, GAMEVIL recently released Illusia 2 to the Play Store, promising a "thrilling storyline full of twists and turns," and "endless customizable options."

For those unfamiliar with the original game, Illusia is a side-scrolling RPG with heavy fantasy influence and a focus on quests, equipment upgrades, and overall immersive gameplay. Illusia 2, in keeping with the original, offers a rich, colorful art style, core RPG elements, and a compelling storyline.

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Samsung Posts ICS Open Source Files For AT&T And T-Mobile Galaxy SIII (SGH-I747M And SGH-T999V)

Just over two weeks after the official Galaxy SIII announcement, and days before its target launch date, Samsung has released the ICS open source files for AT&T's own Galaxy SIII (otherwise known as SGH-I747M), as well as T-Mobiles variant - the SGH-T999V. These releases are in keeping with Samsung's recent pattern of timely source code drops, which has certainly been encouraging for developers looking to tinker with one of the hottest Android devices available.

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Amazon Release MYHABIT App Into The Play Store, Helps You Find Expensive Clothes At Not-As-Expensive Prices

Sometimes you have to face the facts: quality clothes are expensive. Sure, you can go buy the cheap crap, but if you want gear that screams "look at me, I'm classy," then that just won't cut it. However, if you want to score some high-end stuff without paying high-end prices, then Amazon's MYHABIT is the place to go. In fact, it's so awesome, it demands to be screamed out from the highest rooftops and written in all caps.

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HTC EVO LTE Users Now Totally Locked Out Of Google Wallet – "Wallet Has Not Yet Been Certified…On Your Device / Carrier"

Many users, upon booting up their brand new EVO LTEs over the past few weeks, were confused to find that Google Wallet would stick in the "adding prepaid card" dialogue, often returning an error message which encouraged users to try again later. It soon became apparent that this issue was limited to the EVO LTE, as it was discovered that modifying the device's build.prop to identify as a Galaxy Nexus returned the app to full functionality.

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XP Mod Is A Custom Launcher That Hearkens Back To A Simpler, Less Modal Time

In the never-ending debates of morality, philosophy, and the meaning of life, the complexities of the universe manifest themselves in one universal mantra: no one can agree on anything except that the world is going to pot and things were better when we were younger and life was "simpler." In an effort to help make the world a little brighter, or just indulge in a bit of nostalgia, XP Mod brings your Android device back to 2001 by turning it into a Windows XP desktop.

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App Developed By XDA Member Stops EVO 4G LTE And One X / S / V From Deep-Sleeping At Night, No Root Required

Have you been annoyed by the "SmartSync" battery-saving feature found on HTC's newest phones? If you're not familiar with this aspect of Sense 4.0, that might make, well, sense. HTC has been fairly quiet about how exactly its battery optimizations in Sense work, but SmartSync is a big part of it, especially when it comes to saving juice overnight.

All Sense 4 phones (HTC One X, XL, S, V and EVO 4G LTE) utilize this feature to reduce battery consumption in the wee-hours, specifically from 12AM to 7AM.

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HTC Knows The One X Has A Hardware Wi-Fi Problem, Has Fixed Issue In Production

Update: According to HTC, this problem is currently only affecting the Tegra 3 (international) version of the One X - not the Rogers/AT&T One X or international One XL. HTC advises those affected to contact customer support, though the channel through which you purchased your device is a good bet as well, especially if it was from a carrier or brick and mortar store where they can exchange the unit immediately.

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