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Twitter for Android update improves photo editing and sharing

The latest Twitter app update has arrived for Android users. And nicely, this time around Android users are seeing some changes ahead of the iOS side. This update deals with image sharing, specifically, improving those images you are sharing. Users will now be able to crop, rotate and more -- all before you upload and share.

Todoist Next gives the popular todo app a makeover

Productivity utilities, especially on Android, are a dime a dozen but a few are able to rise to the top of the pile. Not content with being just another one of those, Todoist has announced its next big step forward, Todoist Next, making the app not only a pleasure to use but also a pleasure to see.

SwiftKey beta gets a “performance and memory” related update

The SwiftKey 4.5 beta first introduced emoji and an optional number row back in December. That same beta saw a holiday themed update a bit later in December with the introduction of an "Ice" themed keyboard. While there isn't any set timeline as to when these beta releases graduate, they do see updates from time to time, and they can also expire after a set period. Well, it looks like the former has happened as the folks at SwiftKey have released an update.

Xbox Music app update adds offline playback

Microsoft has rolled out the latest update for the Xbox Music app for Android. The update, which has arrived as version 2.0.31212 is currently sitting in the Google Play Store. While the change list is on the smaller side, this does appear to be an update that will be welcomed by more than a handful of users.

Feedly for Android brings focus on speed, also fixes some bugs

The latest update for Feedly has arrived in the Google Play Store. For those keeping track in terms of numbers, this is Feedly 18 and it brings a focus on reading speed as well as a handful of other features and bug fixes. And in addition to the details for this update, there was also a bit of teasing for Feedly 19 with a reminder of that being available in the beta channel. For now though, we can keep the focus on Feedly 18.