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LevelUp Studio's Bright Weather App Offers Forecasts For Game Of Thrones Fans

Game of Thrones fans won't be surprised to know that winter is on its way to Winterfell. The high today will only reach 22 degrees. During the day the Great Hall will be hazy with smoke, and the smell of fresh bread will fill the air. Come night time, water from the hot spring will rush through the walls like blood.

Speaking of which, in King's Landing, be on the lookout for bloody rain.

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[New App] LevelUp Studio Releases Bright Weather, A Beautifully Minimal And Informative Weather App

Let's speak some truth here right out of the gate: weather apps are a dime a dozen in the Play Store. With the volume of apps designed to tell users the weather, it's really difficult to put out something that stands out in the crowd. Fortunately for LevelUp Studio, it has quite a bit of experience in that field thanks to its incredibly popular app Beautiful Widgets. If you're into informative, yet minimal apps, then the company's newest offering, Bright Weather, should be right up your alley.

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[New App] Quad Drawer From LevelUp Studio Is A T9 App Launcher With A Ton Of Features

Good old T9 is still good for some stuff, as we recently learned from T9 App Dialer. Apparently this is becoming a thing now, because here comes LevelUp Studio (of Beautiful Widgets fame) with an alternative T9 app launcher. Quad Drawer lets you tap out app names, but it does a lot more.

You can launch Quad Drawer like any other app to get the keypad, but it also has swipable tabs with multiple ways of listing your apps – recent, install date, alphabetical, and most used.

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App Review: Beautiful Widgets

HTC's Sense UI (user interface) includes plenty of features that could make those with vanilla Android jealous, most of which involve the home screen. Phones running the custom UI have their own set of high quality widgets, which includes a "flip clock" that plenty of Android users seem to clamor over. The widget itself is four icons wide and two icons in height, and includes a clock that flips between numbers, the temperature, and icons to denote the current weather.

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