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(Update: Official) Google Photos is getting a markup tool in the image editor

Google Photos likes to offer up automated edits of your snapshots, some of which you might even like. However, there are a few basic editing tools you you want to manipulate your snapshots in other ways. There's a new tool rolling out in Photos, and it's long overdue: you can finally doodle on your photos with markup.

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22 new (and 1 WTF) Android games from the week of November 18, 2019: Undead Horde, Sword Art Online Alicization Rising Steel, and Football Manager 2020 Mobile

Welcome to the roundup of the new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. Today I have an awesome hack-and-slash game where you'll raise an undead army, a new Sword Art Online release that ties into the anime, and the latest Football Manager titles from Sega. So without further ado, here are the more notable Android games released during the week of November 18, 2019.

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24 temporarily free and 33 on-sale apps and games for the weekend

The week before Thanksgiving is wrapping up, so here are some app sales to celebrate the start of the weekend. Enjoy.

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(Update: Weather rolling out) Android Auto v4.8 is ready to add app drawer customization and persistent weather [APK Teardown]

The latest update to Android Auto is making the rounds and it's potentially a pretty major update, even if it's not immediately obvious. There aren't going to be any major visible changes upon installing the update, but one of the most requested features, a customizable app drawer, appears to be ready for launch. Also on the lineup is a persistent temperature display, which may also be rolling out soon.

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26 temporarily free and 29 on-sale apps and games, including Pujie Black

Happy Wednesday, everyone. No long intro today, I'll just let you get right into the apps. Enjoy.

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Google Earth gets new map-based storytelling creations tools

Google Earth got a full makeover two years ago with support for modern web browsers and new apps. Google also rolled out the Voyager program with the new Earth, featuring stories from the BBC, The Jane Goodall Institute, and more. Now, the map-based storytelling tools used for the Voyager experiences are available to everyone in Google Earth on the web.

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Google Maps makes foreign travel easier by pronouncing place names and helping with translation (Update: Rolling out)

Google Maps is a reliable way to navigate your way to local and far-flung destinations, though sometimes while travelling, knowing where you want to go isn't enough. It can be difficult to communicate your needs when you don't speak or read the local language. Continuing its trend of travel-friendly updates, Google is integrating Translate features into Maps. The app will soon be able to understand and pronounce — hopefully more accurately than it pronounces "boulevard" — the local language.

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(Update: Now with black theme) Viber gets dark mode in the latest update

Things were simpler back in the days of SMS, but now you have to choose which silo you're going to lock yourself inside. The messaging world has been consumed by the likes of Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp, but there are also smaller players like Viber. Fans of that app will be happy to hear there's a dark mode in the latest update, and you don't even have to send a moon emoji to anyone.

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Envato releases Milkshake, an app to make vertical websites

Envato is a top marketplace to create and share creative assets for web development. They have several services to make the creation of websites easier, many of which require minimal experience to use. Milkshake is their newest tool, made to help you build websites specifically for Instagram, with no web development knowledge necessary.

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22 temporarily free and 33 on-sale apps and games to start the week

Hi, all. Another week is upon us, for better or for worse, so here's a list of app sales to get things started. Today's list includes Planescape Torment and a few other things, so be looking for that. Otherwise, have at it.

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