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Freebie Alert: Francisco Franco's Kernel Manager is free worldwide for a brief time

If you've opened this article, odds are you're already familiar with the name Francisco Franco and his different apps, but most importantly his famous FrancoKernel, which gives you extensive control over your device. We're talking about battery improvements, processor management, granular control over your display, and more. The app that lets you easily download the kernel for your device and manage all its settings is now free worldwide, down from $3.49.

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Francisco Franco's new app Gratus is a novel tool that reminds you to stop and appreciate life

Today the well-known developer Francisco Franco has released a new app: Gratus. It's a bit hard to describe, but it's meant to provide you with appreciation and motivation when you might be feeling a bit down. The name itself means "grateful" in Latin, and it's an apt summary of the intended effect. Think of it as a repository for all the things you enjoy. 

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[App Roundup] Our Top Seven Picks For The Best New Apps Of August 2015

August was light on new Android apps, but there's one new arrival that might change things in a big way: Amazon Underground. Aside from that, Google's new push towards streaming games and a new translator service from Microsoft make up the more interesting apps from the big publishers. That said, there are a few indie gems in both our primary lineup and the Honorable Mentions sections, so check them out below.

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