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15 Best New Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (11/20/14 - 12/1/14)

15 Best New Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (11/20/14 - 12/1/14)

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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Expense IQ - Expense Manager

This week's roundup is brought to you by Expense IQ - Expense Manager from Handy Apps.

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External Blues Redux: Apps Still Have A Loophole For Writing To The SD Card On KitKat, But For How Long?

External Blues Redux: Apps Still Have A Loophole For Writing To The SD Card On KitKat, But For How Long?

"Because the history of computing has taught us is that data will not be contained. Data breaks free. It expands to new media, crashes through barriers; painfully, maybe even dangerously. But, uh, there it is… Data finds a way." - Jeff Goldblum as Jeff Goldblum (Jurassic Gift Shop)

When we last left our favorite removable storage device, OEMs had begun adopting Google’s policy for restricting write access to SD cards.

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[Hands-On Preview] Anomaly 2 Introduces Transforming Robots To An Already Awesome Game Franchise

[Hands-On Preview] Anomaly 2 Introduces Transforming Robots To An Already Awesome Game Franchise

The original Anomaly Warzone and follow-up Anomaly Korea were undeniably two of the best titles to come out on Android in the last few years. These games take the tower defense genre and turn it on its head by putting you in the control of the creeps. Under constant attack by defense towers, you have to repair, upgrade, and manage your units to reach the goal. It's much the same idea in the upcoming Anomaly 2, but you've got new units and some new gameplay mechanics to figure out.

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Nexus 5 Review, Voltron-Style: Read Three Android Police Authors' Takes On The Latest Nexus

Nexus 5 Review, Voltron-Style: Read Three Android Police Authors' Takes On The Latest Nexus

Introduction

By: David

The Nexus 5 was perhaps the worst-kept secret in tech this year, but nonetheless, rumor and speculation built up a category 5 hypestorm around it - everything from the farfetched, like revolutionary camera tech and flexible displays, to the mundane-but-desirable, like a much larger battery or 3GB of RAM.

But now the Nexus 5 is finally here, and Google has, for the most part, built a very iterative product.

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LG G Flex Review: An Engineering Concept You Can Actually Buy, Not That You Necessarily Should

LG G Flex Review: An Engineering Concept You Can Actually Buy, Not That You Necessarily Should

LG G Flex is just like a lot of modern, high-end smartphones. It has a fast processor, lots of RAM, a big battery, and a large display. Using it isn't particularly different from any other Android smartphone. And yet, hand the G Flex to almost anyone, and they will immediately notice there is something very different about it, and I'm not talking about the buttons on the back.

The G Flex is one of two phones currently on the market to use a flexible OLED panel, the other being Samsung's Galaxy Round.

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