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Pushbullet app updated, subscribing to Channels now possible

Just when you thought that RSS readers are dying, no thanks to Google Reader’s demise, here comes an app that sends notification feeds of things you are subscribed to. The newly updated Pushbullet brings notification feeds that can be subscribed to and notifications from your phone to your desktop so you won’t have to miss another text message or phone call.

Microsoft updates Remote Desktop app, brings immersive mode

Considering how Android competes with Microsoft’s business in a lot of painful ways, it’s a wonder that the software giant’s products dovetail quite nicely with Android OS. There are a lot of Microsoft apps for Android out there, and most of them seem to be engineered for seamless integration. One of those apps, a free app at that, is Microsoft Remote Desktop which just recently received an update.

Vine app for Android updated, new camera features unlocked

Vine is one of the coolest and most efficient video apps you could have on your Android phone, and it was a pity that you couldn’t import existing videos to upload. Well, we have good news – that feature has been unlocked in this new update of the popular video sharing app.

Javelin Browser update hands-on: taking on the big boys

Browsers on the desktop have gravitated towards giant names, but the mobile space remains more or less uncharted territory that is open to many, sometimes even too many, alternatives to leave a mark. While there are countless browser apps we can list down, one of the most notable is Javelin Browser, which has just gotten even more notable with this latest version.

Any.do now lets you attach files to your to-do lists

There was a time when all you needed to make a to-do list was a piece of paper and a pen. But ever since the advent of apps and smartphones, developers have been trying to come up with all sorts of bells and whistles for users while trying to keep the app as simple and minimalist as possible for those who are not too adaptable to complicated to-do lists. One of the most popular out there is any.do, and their newest update will definitely please current users and might convince new ones to make it their productivity app du jour.

Chrome Browser v37 now has Google’s material design

It’s taking them slowly but surely to roll it out, but Google is continuing to apply its Material Design to its products. The latest to have been updated to this new look is something that most Android users probably have on their devices: the Chrome Browser. Version 37 of one of the most popular mobile browsers sees a new look, a simplified sign-in system and more bug fixes and improvements which is always a welcome update.

Evernote 6 for Android: easier note creation, new design

For people who cannot live without their Evernote app professionally and personally, the new Android update will make you giddy. Not only does it have a brand new design (well, as brand new as their look could ever be), but it brings new ways of integrating your favourite productivity app with your Android smartphone. Now you have easier note creation, better web clipping from your mobile browser and faster notebook sharing.
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