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Pebble: five apps worth checking out

Pebble 2.0 arrived for Android earlier in the month. Of course, that meant not only an updated Android app for the Pebble, but access to the Pebble appstore. We suspect most Pebble users have already picked their favorite apps, and such is the case with us. Here we are sharing our top five favorite Pebble apps, and also looking for some suggestions for new apps.

The Android Community Team: our must have apps

We’ve all got them, those apps you just can’t do without. Buy a new phone, and there are some you just have to make sure you have on your device. Day to day, there are those apps you rely on much more than others. Like you, we’ve got ours. While we're clearly information junkies, there are some things that distract us from the day-to-day grind of absorbing as much info as possible.

Skitch for Android update improves the toolbars

Skitch for Android has recently been updated. This latest update brings the app to version 2.7 and is already available by way of the Google Play Store. This one didn't bring a lengthy changelog like we often like to see, but it did bring some improvements to the toolbars.

Samsung Galaxy S5 “Galaxy Gifts Package” confirmed

We heard a bit about the "Galaxy Perks" that were going to be arriving with the Galaxy S5 last week, and it seems Samsung has offered a bit more of an official announcement this morning. According to details coming from Samsung, those picking up a Galaxy S5 will get perks from 16 content and/or service providers that are worth more than $600. The perks include everything from online storage, to fitness apps, news, and more.

Android note taking apps: which will work for you?

You have a smartphone for a reason, or more likely several. Gaming, chatting, navigation — there are a ton of reasons to have a mobile device. One of those reasons is taking notes, and keeping track of life. With plenty of options out there, which are the best? Is there any one app that will do it all for you? We take a look at a few of the more popular note taking apps to find out.

Going iPhone: Browsers, Google services, and why Hangouts is terrible

When it comes to Google, the natural assumption for mobile enthusiasts is that Android is the better platform. Google is, logically, better on Android. In real use-case scenarios, that’s not always the situation. In this week’s update on the ongoing Going iPhone project I take a look at Google services, as well as Chrome versus Safari. If you think Android is better by default, we might have a few surprises for you.
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