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Instagram for Android beta now accepting testers

While Instagram for Android has been around for a while, there are quite a lot of things that people wished they could change about it. Well the powers that be are probably listening and have taken to heart some suggestions or requests, because they have now announced a beta version of their new Instagram for Android app, and they are opening it up to those who want to test drive it, although you may have to go through a few hoops to do so.

LibreOffice Viewer arrives on Android in beta form

Another productivity suite comes to Android, this time with a more open source bent and with a distinctive legacy. The open source LibreOffice suite is finally on our favorite mobile platform, but it has two important caveats. First is that it's still in beta, which probably isn't much of an issue for some who are used to beta testing such early releases. The showstopper, however, is that LibreOffice on Android, for now, is simply a document viewer, limiting it's overall usefulness to a certain subset.

WhatsApp institutes ban on unofficial 3rd party clients

For something that is as private (and should be secure) as personal messaging, there are still some users that use unofficial 3rd party apps of their free messaging service of choice. Chances are, those apps probably don't use the official API of the real one, and might be subject to either viruses or security breaches. WhatsApp has now already started cracking down on those unofficial apps and in the process, punishing users that use them.

QualityTime for Android tracks your smartphone usage time

With more and more people trying to break away from being forever stuck with their mobile phones, new apps to help people overcome smartphone addiction are coming out. One such app is QualityTime, another tool launched today which hopes to make you more aware of the time you spend face-to-face with your device.

Gameloft brings Dungeon Hunter 5, pre-register now for rewards

Top-rated developer Gameloft has announced the fifth installment of the Dungeon Hunter series is currently in the works, but this early, followers of the game, as well as new users, can pre-register at the game’s micro-site (see source link below) to qualify for in-game rewards that can come in handy once the game launches officially.

Field Trip will help you unveil local places and discover more

There may be hundreds of Google Map-related apps available on the Google Play Store today but only a few can be considered as really helpful. The native Google Maps app will never be enough for those who want more information about a certain place or want to see photos first before going. For those who like to travel and explore the world only on their screens, the Field Trip could be a new mode of "traveling". Discovering Google Maps doesn't have to be boring because there are many apps available, offering different information, photos, and details that really matter.

Native Asana app for Android now available

People who are familiar with Asana have been demanding for a native Android version. No need to wait longer as the Android app is finally available for download. Asana for Android has long been in the works since the new iOS version was released July last year. The iOS version also took a while before it was launched but the Android took longer making some Android users a bit frustrated. But good things come to those who wait and yes, Asana for Android is now ready to be used for your work and business.

NBC offers livestream of Super Bowl XLIX on Android app

Rejoice Seahawks and Patriot fans -- we can all enjoy Super Bowl Sunday, the game itself and the halftime show, right on you Android device, free and uninterrupted. TV network NBC is offering up to 11 hours of live content featuring America’s biggest sporting event over its Android TV streaming app. Yay!
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