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Reddit rolls out Ask Me Anything app

Social network service Reddit has been around since 2005. It’s a place where links and posts from all over the web are submitted to be shared. Members can vote “up” if a post is interesting to make it more popular or "down" if they don't like it.

FTC orders Google to refund unauthorized in-app purchases

The Federal Trade Commission ordering tech giants to pay up for unlawful charges is nothing new. Earlier this 2014, Apple was slapped and asked to pay $32.5 million to consumers for unauthorized mobile charges. Last July, FTC filed a lawsuit against Amazon for easy in-app purchases. Before that, it accused T-Mobile of billing unwanted charges to customers after receiving numerous complaints about the matter.

Nokia’s HERE mapping app coming to Android soon

Nokia’s very own mapping app, which was initially released for iOS and then later pulled from the App Store is finally coming to Android and back again to iOS. HERE is Nokia’s answer to the widely used Google Maps and not-so-reliable Apple Maps.

Dash’s new IFTTT channel gives smarter driving options

Have you ever wanted to boast about your “driving score” (in real life, not in just a game) on Facebook? Did you wish that you could log all your car trips automatically to Google Drive? Well Dash, the popular car app, now has its very own IFTTT channel so you can do these things plus other recipes to make you drive smarter.

Start for Android arrives as a customizable lock screen replacement

A new app called Start has recently arrived in the Google Play Store. Start is a locks creen replacement app that is touted as being able to provide users with "what matters most to them when they wake up their phone." The app offers a customizable interface that allows for quick access to everything from calling and messaging to capturing images and launching other apps -- all with a "single gesture."

1Password 4 for Android coming June 10

Having been in use on iOS and OS X for quite some time, 1Password 4 is coming to Android. Involved in a beta program since late last year, the team at Agile Bits are preparing to let the app loose. In true Android fashion, they’re also making it ‘freemium’, so you can give it a shot before making a full investment.

Reddit Android app tipped by company job listing

There isn't any shortage of Reddit apps available for Android users. But as many realize -- those apps are all from third-parties. While we've been happily using some of those third party apps here, we have also been hoping to see an official Reddit app arrive in the Play Store.
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