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Yahoo announces Search in App, TouchPal Keyboard integration

Yahoo Search is still alive. Of course, it is. Still the biggest rival of Google Search so don't think it will ever go away. Yes, Yahoo will continue to improve search to bring everyone the best mobile search experience ever. The company has been working on new features and since February of this year, it's been teaming up with mobile developers to improve on in-app experiences for Yahoo Search.

Todoist announces Evernote, Google Calendar integrations

After adding productivity to our wrists via Android Wear last December, Todoist is updating the app by finally integrating it with Evernote, Github, and Gcal. Thanks to a new API that allows these anticipated integrations with three of the most popular productivity apps for Android today. These changes arrived  together with the new Developer Platform plus the introduction of Doist's Global Developer Challenge. The latter is a special event where developers can enter their own Todoist integration ideas for a chance to win over $10,000 in prizes.

The Talos Principle arrives for Tegra-powered Android devices

There’s nothing secret anymore about “The Talos Principle” – everybody who follows gaming news will know what this introspective-slash-philosophical puzzle game is all about. The game has been out for the PC platform for a year now, so we know exactly what to expect. Still, it doesn’t take away the excitement that this great game is now out for Android.

Ginger now integrates Any.do on its virtual keyboard

Most virtual keyboards that are now available in the market have gone beyond just giving you an alternative to your default keyboard. We've seen apps like SwiftKey, Fleksy, Swype and others offer other functionalities that can either confuse you even more or maybe make your life easier. Ginger Keyboard is another app that has been adding more features and the latest one is a partnership with popular productivity app Anything.do so you can do your tasks directly on your smart keyboard.

Sunrise now integrates Wunderlist into its calendar app

For productivity fans and junkies (yes, that is now a real condition), the latest news from Sunrise should bring a smile to your face and cross off an item on your wishlist. The popular calendar app has announced that they are now integrating another popular to-do list app onto their growing family of tools and apps. You can now add Wunderlist to your list of integrated apps, This is just the latest in a series of updates that Sunrise has been releasing in recent weeks.

Feedly app updated with Google Now integration

Feedly has got a new version but it's not yet ready on the Google Play Store. It's currently on beta release but this one seems an exciting app update because of the Google Now integration. This means a Google Now card of Feedly will soon show on your phone's screen once you set a schedule for the app to push Feedly stories. As you know, more Google Now cards have been recently added and we can expect more Cards from other apps to follow.

CM 12.1 teaser: integrated root, reorganized settings, and more

Lest you think CyanogenMod is all about the (commercial) Cyanogen OS lately, this new update from the open source community should reassure you that it is business as usual. In fact, you could probably say business is booming. Following up on their previous CyangenMod 12.1 report, the team is now detailing a few more changes that users can look forward to when the nightlies hit the build machines. And indeed, there are some rather interesting features up ahead, proving once again that innovation doesn't go to sleep at CyanogenMod.

HTC to offer possible car integration with HTC Cello

We’re reading a Reddit thread whose author has shown what looks to be a legit HTC Release Note showing that the Taiwan-based tech company could possibly be working on a device coded at this point as the “HTC Cello”. The big thing about it is that the device could be a strong competitor to Google’s very own Android Auto, with the Cello purportedly having more features than Android Auto has.

Pure Pool now out exclusively for NVIDIA Tegra K1-powered devices

A new billiards Android game is hardly any reason to get all excited – Android pool apps are typically dime-a-dozen. But Pure Pool, originally released for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, now makes its arrival at the Google Play Store – but unfortunately not just for any Android device. Your device has to have what is arguably the best processor and GPU combo known to man at this point – an NVIDIA Tegra K1 chip.
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