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Quickoffice relaunched by Google, price drops and includes 10GB Drive perk

Back in April Google released the Google Apps edition of Quickoffice in the Play Store. This app was released for free, but the use was limited to those who were paying Google Apps for Business subscribers. At the time Quickoffice remained priced at $14.99 and $19.99 for the Pro and Pro HD versions. Well, flash forward till the present day and Quickoffice has been relaunched and is now available for free -- for everyone.

Moves fitness tracker app arrives for Android

The Moves fitness tracker app originally launched for iOS back in January. Since then the app has been downloaded more than 2.5 million times, however as of today the app has come available for a new audience -- Android users. Yes, the Moves app has arrived for Android by way of the Google Play Store and it is available for free with no registration required for use.

Simplenote app arrives for Android

There is no shortage of note taking apps available for Android users. Two of the more well known are Evernote and Google Keep, however a new addition has recently arrived in the Play Store. Though, while this latest is a new addition to Android, it is already an established player in the world of productivity apps.

MyGlass companion app update brings Google Glass remote control

Google has recently updated the MyGlass companion app. While it would have been nicer to see an update that more users would be able to take advantage of -- this one does bring an interesting new feature. And if nothing else, it does give future Google Glass users something to look forward to seeing. This latest MyGlass update adds the ability to remotely control Google Glass using the app on your smartphone.

Evomail arrives for Android complete with good looks, gestures and snoozing

The Evomail email app was one that originally launched only for iOS. In fact, the original release of Evomail brought focus for the iPad, however as the app is now available for the iPhone -- it has also come to Android. This is another productivity focused email app and it brings mention about how the developers "believe email isn't broken, it just hasn't kept up with the pace of change on the internet."

Any.do does Google Now, Google Glass support added

If there's one thing that the Android platform is not lacking, it's productivity apps such as calendars and to-do lists with an ever-growing number of features that try to help users manage their tasks. Any.do, one such popular app, has just added some features that further integrates your tasks into Google's ecosystem.

Aereo streaming TV support coming to Android in September

Aereo, for those not familiar, is a service that will allow you to watch live television over the internet. The service will cost you a few bucks each month, but what you get is control over an antenna that will allow you to stream local channels that you would normally get at home. The perk is that you do not need any cable subscription, just an account with Aereo. The drawback here is that Aereo has yet to come available for Android.