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Developer offers Jams Music Player app for free, now an open source

Music player apps for Android are a dime a dozen. There are lot of paid ones too but one app called Jams is about be offered for free. Apparently, it’s developer, Psaravan on Github.com, is now making the app available for free. To formerly paid app on Google Play Store, it is also now an open source because the developer can no longer provide support for the paid users. He doesn’t want the app to just go offline so he’s releasing the app for free and open sourced it.

Four new apps for Moto X released on the Google Play Store

Motorola has been wise enough to release new apps through the Google Play Store instead of inside a firmware update for one great reason: it’s faster. Compared to bringing new Android apps exclusive to Motorola devices on a firmware update, adding them to the Play Store allows Moto X owners to be easily notified of the release. This way, they are able to download the apps immediately even without a system update.

Testdroid allows Remote Manual Access to any Android device

Android developers need all the help they can to make their apps better. Testing on local phones may be enough but one can’t avoid bugs and errors to appear on different devices. The key is to test any app project on many units as much as possible to see the issues that may occur.

Glympse Keyboard for Android now allows location-sharing

Location-sharing apps for mobile are nothing new. In fact, there are a lot of similar apps out there but only a few cater to the basic needs of the users. One of the more popular apps today is Glympse that lets the user control privacy by deciding which contacts can see his particular location.

Boxer smart email app finally arrives to Android

Finally, Boxer is now available for Android devices. The email app which has been popular on iPhones and iPads recently launched for Android. Kindle and Android users have long been asking for this app and their prayers have finally been answered with new features for better email management.

Droid Protector App Lock saves you from prying eyes

Ever wished for a lock app feature on your Android smartphone? This is something a lot of smartphone owners want to have on their devices—for their apps to be locked to prevent prying eyes and snoops. You know how easy it is to check a particular app when borrowing a phone. Simply tap on the app icon and you’ll be able to see one’s private e-mails, photos, or access his Facebook, mail, or any other social networks.

Sony PartyShare app turns your Xperia device into a jukebox

Sony definitely knows how to bring life to a party. The company recently launched a new music app that can turn your Xperia phone into a jukebox. This app is ideal for hosting parties as it allows up to a maximum of ten users to broadcast a party, share a music playlist, and stream photos in real-time.
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