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Feedly for Android brings focus on speed, also fixes some bugs

The latest update for Feedly has arrived in the Google Play Store. For those keeping track in terms of numbers, this is Feedly 18 and it brings a focus on reading speed as well as a handful of other features and bug fixes. And in addition to the details for this update, there was also a bit of teasing for Feedly 19 with a reminder of that being available in the beta channel. For now though, we can keep the focus on Feedly 18.

Samsung Galaxy NotePRO: Hands-on with the new flagship tablet

It's time that Android tablets got serious. That's Samsung's argument here at CES 2014, and the tablet it expects to convince us with is the Galaxy NotePRO. As the "Note" branding suggests, this is an S Pen equipped slate similar to the Note 10.1 and Note 3 of 2013, but the PRO nomenclature signifies what Samsung argues is a real step up in productivity: a tablet that's just as much at home creating content as it is consuming it. We stopped by for some hands-on time ahead of the Galaxy NotePRO's launch; read on for some first-impressions.

Need some new tablet apps? Here are a few favorites

As 2013 morphs into 2014, we started discussing tablet apps, and which we use around here at Android Community. Which apps are in heavy use, and why? With Google making a point to focus on tablet apps, design and utility have been crucial points of contention this year. Some make the grade, others just don’t hold water. Some are pretty bland offerings, while others subtly impress. The choices here might surprise you, so read on to find more. Though the choices are personal, I think you’ll find a few gems here. We've also linked the headers to the Play Store app, so feel free to click them if you find something you like.

Here’s a few app suggestions for your new Android smartphone

The holiday season is upon us, and while we hope you are all enjoying some downtime with family and friends, we suspect there may be some tech related questions heading your way. While not everyone will be getting an Android smartphone or tablet, it seems to reason that at least a few of our regular readers will be hit up with app related questions from new users. The Play Store is full of apps and we are sure you have your favorites, but we also thought some suggestions may be helpful.

Feedly introduces beta channel, Google+ community

Feedly has launched a beta channel for their now popular RSS service. Like any beta service, Feedly wants to test out new features before it hits the masses. Luckily, access seems to be open to anyone who wants to chance the crashes and oddities a beta channel can bring.

Springpad update introduces smart customized notebooks

Evernote may be one of the most popular digital note-taking service around, but it is definitely not the only one, nor is it always the best. In some quarters and scenarios, it faces some very tough competition from Springpad. That competition might have become even tougher with the introduction of customized notebooks in the Springpad app for Android and the Web.
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