Tag: app updates

[Update: APK Download] Google Fit gets a home screen widget and improved activity tracking in latest update

Google says it has been paying attention to your feature requests since the redesigned Fit app was launched in the summer and it has a new update just in time for the holidays — ready for you to watch the pounds pile on thanks to yet another leftover-turkey sandwich your body didn’t ask for. The most […]

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Google Fit gets a home screen widget and improved activity tracking in latest update

Google says it has been paying attention to your feature requests since the redesigned Fit app was launched in the summer and it has a new update just in time for the holidays — ready for you to watch the pounds pile on thanks to yet another leftover-turkey sandwich your body didn’t ask for. The most […]

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Telegram hits v5.0 with streamlined settings, redesigned profiles, and more

With the current (and likely eternal) mess that is Google’s approach to messaging, you might be looking for a better way to keep in touch with friends and family. Well, there’s always Telegram. The app just got an update to v5.0 with a raft of changes like easier-to-use settings and redesigned profiles. You can even […]

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Facer v5.0 adds new watch face partners, a premium subscription, and more

What good is a smartwatch without some fancy custom watch faces to go with it? Facer has been one of the best sources for cusotmizable watch faces since the days before Google supported third-party watch faces. The app is forging ahead, even as interest in smartwatches has waned. The big v5.0 update adds more designers, including […]

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The Amazon Kindle app will soon let you download books to your SD card

E-books aren’t very large; Amazon says its new 32-gigabyte Kindle Paperwhite can hold thousands at a time. But certain books available on Kindle — comics, for example — can take up more, and if your device’s internal storage is already bursting, you may have trouble fitting your library onto it. But there’s good news! The […]

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The Amazon Kindle app now lets you download books to your SD card

E-books aren’t very large; Amazon says its new 32-gigabyte Kindle Paperwhite can hold thousands at a time. But certain books available on Kindle — comics, for example — can take up more, and if your device’s internal storage is already bursting, you may have trouble fitting your library onto it. But there’s good news! The […]

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Google Duo is making it easier to send video messages

You’ve been able to send video messages on Google Duo since March. The current implementation isn’t particularly elegant, though; it’s more like leaving a voicemail than intentionally sending a message. The app will receive an update this week that simplifies messaging, eliminating the need to call your recipient before sending. To leave a video message […]

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[Update: Now in stable] Feedly’s long-awaited redesign arrives in latest beta, with bottom tabs and cleaner interface [APK Download]

It’s important to be kept abreast of the latest news, and the best way to do that is with an app that compiles it for you and makes it easier to digest. Feedly is one such app, and a favorite of many here at AP. While it still works fine, it has been looking a […]

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Twitter for Android gets around to adding new video controls, tweet client indicators

The official Android Twitter client seems to be taking inspiration from other apps with a batch of new features appearing for some users. Like many third-party apps, it’s now showing which client tweets originated from, and there are YouTube-style video playback controls that skip forward or back a few seconds with a tap on the […]

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Facebook Messenger Lite gets GIF support, chat color customization, and more

Messenger Lite, a stripped-down version of Facebook’s popular Messenger chat client, has limited features by necessity; Facebook engineered the app to be optimized for budget devices and slow connections. While the simplicity can be refreshing compared to the bloated messes many Facebook-owned apps are becoming, it can also be constraining — but Facebook announced today […]

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Action Launcher v38 beta adds Pie styling, more granular Quicktheme settings, and more

So, your stock home screen is getting you down? There are plenty of great alternatives in the Play Store including Action Launcher, and it just so happens there’s a new beta build of Action Launcher popping up online. This one adopts more of Android Pie’s look and feel—plus there are new settings, theme options, and […]

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Arlo CEO teases upcoming app enhancements such as widgets, 2FA, and temporary notification muting

Connected security cameras from Arlo are some of the best on the market — Ryan called the Pro 2 the best wireless camera in his review, despite a couple of drawbacks. With Cyber Monday deals you can still get some substantial discounts on Arlo products (like at Amazon and Costco), and thanks to a tweet from […]

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Microsoft Launcher 5.1 beta adds a Pie-like ‘digital health’ feature [APK Download]

One of the most notable additions to Android 9 Pie was Digital Wellbeing, a feature that can help you track how you use your phone and alter your habits. Most people don’t have Pie, but the latest beta update to the Microsoft Launcher has a similar (but more limited) feature. It’s called “digital health.” Microsoft’s digital […]

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Android Accessibility Suite 7.2 adds camera support to Select to Speak, TalkBack control changes, and more

Earlier this year, Google rebranded Android’s TalkBack app under the more generic name Android Accessibility Suite — an understandable decision given the app had expanded beyond merely providing text to speech functionality. Now version 7.2 of the Android Accessibility Suite has been released to the Play Store, bringing with it camera-based text to speech, fast-forward/rewind […]

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Google adds Delhi and Bangalore to Neighbourly, with more cities on the way

Back in May, Google released an interesting new app designed for India. Neighbourly is a community platform allowing people to pose questions and get answers from other nearby users. At launch, it was only available for those in Mumbai, with 6 more locations added since then, and Google is now expanding its reach even further. […]

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The new ‘Your Time On Facebook’ feature tells you how much time you waste on the social network

Facebook has been refined over the years to keep you online and interacting with the service as long as possible. That ensures you’ll see lots of Facebook ads, but it can be a drain on your time if you get stuck in a Facebook vortex. With everyone suddenly concerned about limiting screen time, Facebook has rolled […]

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Pocket Casts v7 beta gets a complete redesign, episode search, play without subscribing, and more

Pocket Casts has long been a go-to podcast player for many Android users, but it hasn’t seen any appreciable visual updates for years. That changes today. The v7 beta build shows off a fully redesigned interface, along with some new usability features. Here’s the changelog attached to the beta update. Welcome to the first public […]

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Feedly’s long-awaited redesign arrives in latest beta, with bottom tabs and cleaner interface [APK Download]

It’s important to be kept abreast of the latest news, and the best way to do that is with an app that compiles it for you and makes it easier to digest. Feedly is one such app, and a favorite of many here at AP. While it still works fine, it has been looking a […]

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