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Amazon Appstore for Android Holiday Deals, Including Free Apps


There are tons of deals from the Amazon Appstore that will be offered starting now and throughout the holiday shopping season. They say that they will have "hundreds of titles that are eitehr free... or available between 50-90% off" the regular price.

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9 Mobile Apps to Conquer Your Black Friday Shopping


You might think that you are already getting a great price on the product of your desires, but the store down the street (or the online store on the Internet) might be even cheaper and they might even throw in a gift card.

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Best Apps of the Week (6/29): Android Edition


It's the weekend, and that means it is time for the Android edition of the 'Best Apps of the Week' roundup here at Mobile Magazine.

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Google Yanks 60,000 Android Apps from Play Store


When it comes to apps, more is better in most cases. In February, Google Play actually lost 60,000 apps, but this is actually a good thing.

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RIM Will Reward BB10 Devs with $100 Per Android App Ported


Research in Motion has announced a virtual event called Android Port-A-Thon. The idea here is to get developers to port their Android apps over to BlackBerry 10 and RIM is willing to pay you to do it.

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Hulu for Android Update Arrives, Adds New Kids Section to the Mix


Hulu Plus just received a new update for Android today, integrating “Hulu Kids” into the app, providing ad-free content with kids in mind. This new feature also adds parental controls into the mix.

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Amazon Android Appstore Adds In-App Purchases


There are many ways that you can make money from mobile apps, but it has been demonstrated that in-app purchases are among the most lucrative. And now, you can take advantage of that paradigm with the Amazon Appstore for Android.

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Android Market Becomes Google Play, Offers 49 Cent Apps


Google made the official announcement today that, going forward, Android Market would be known as Google Play, integrating with other Google purchase platforms.

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Android App For TiVo Released, Offers “Social Commenting”


A recent update to newer TiVo boxes adds functionality for a new Android app. The standard remote scheduling and guide views that we’ve seen from DirecTV and others are available, as well as a virtual remote for hardware that supports it. Social features integrate Twitter and Facebook into your couch potatoing too.

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Myriad Alien Vue Pushes Android Apps To Your HDTV


Myriad Alien Vue has just been announced and it effectively lets you run Android applications on your HDTV of choice, pushed through by your chosen TV service provider.

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How to run Android apps on your Apple iPad?

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This is a port of the Dalvik virtual machine from Android and it effectively lets you run Android applications on devices that aren't running Android. This includes the Apple iPad, apparently.

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Mobile stumbling: Now faster, easier with v2.0


StumbleUpon just released v2.0 of its Android app which has a number of improvements and they've also added Android Tablet support. If you are stumbling on your phone or on your tablet, the mobile stumbling now offers you a better experience with new features:

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Subscribe to Android Games with appscribe


AppScribe has launched at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco and is offering premium Android games for a $3.95 monthly subscription fee.  I talk with CEO and Founder John Tipton who tells us about his new service.

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When will Android apps finally run on BlackBerry PlayBook?


There's just one sign after another that Research in Motion rushed its tablet to market, hoping to strike the pan while it was still hot. The PlayBook came roaring out of the gates with all kinds of promises, only for us to learn that these promises aren't exactly being fulfilled at time of launch. Like being able to run Android apps. Well, that's almost here we think.

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Swiftkey X Android App Now Even MORE Predictive

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The SwiftKey app for Android is supposed to be intelligent. It gradually learns your typing habits and your favourite words to help speed up your typing, then gives you a predictive text experience that is more personalized than that lousy autocorrect. The keyboard picks up all the special and uncommon words you frequently use and stores them in a library, then offers them up as word suggestions the next time you begin to spell the word.

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