Zoe app now to be hosted locally, will remain for HTC devices only

When HTC opened up their Zoe video creation app to Android users who were not rocking HTC devices, some Android users were pretty excited because of the collaborative nature of the app. It allowed your friends to add media to your video and to even remix other videos. But they weren’t probably prepared for the number of people who would be using their app, leading to crashes, performance issues, and user dissatisfaction. Now they’re updating the app, but it brings a good news, bad news situation.

GoPro app updated, now has smart trimming capabilities

The GoPro app, used with the ubiquitous GoPro brand of action mobile cameras, has a new trick up its sleeve via a new update. The update of the app comes with a new trimming feature which you can use with videos coming from all WiFi enabled GoPro cameras. Let’s look at what this new feature can do.

Sling TV now available on selected Amazon Fire tablets

Video on demand streaming service Sling TV is continuing its Android invasion with the addition of several Amazon Fire tablets to their supported devices. You can now watch your streaming video on Amazon Fire HD and HDX tablets, just like the previous Amazon devices added like the Fire TV and Fire TV stick. New Sling TV customers who have the supported tablets will also get a 14-day free trial to see if they will enjoy having various blockbuster channels and shows on their tablets.

Users angered by Cheetah Mobile’s purchase of QuickPic

Developers know by now that they should beware of the wrath of the annoyed Android users, as they can easily make or break you with their Google Play comments. If they like you, they really really like you, as popular photo gallery app QuickPic understands since they’ve been the darling of apps in their product line. But if they hate a certain developer, and it’s a hate that isn’t unfounded, then they will really hate you, as QuickPic quickly found out when they were sold to one of the most unpopular and widely hated developers out there.

Search the word’s definition even when offline with Dictionary WordWeb

There may be dozens to hundreds of dictionary or word search related apps on the Play Store but most of the useful ones require some premium for you to be able to access the complete database. But why pay for apps when you can enjoy free ones offline like this Dictionary from WordWeb? This English dictionary features an impressive ad-free search, related words, and thesaurus with synonyms.

Discover Blackbird Estate in Spider: Rite of Shrouded Moon

If you’re deathly afraid of spiders, now is the time to look away. You get to be an arachnid in this brand new episode of an award-winning game. Spider: Rite of Shrouded Moon is now available for Android devices, and this time, you get to explore the mysteries of Blackbird Estate. Once again, you get to weave your magical webs around the house and find out what secrets it holds, as well as trap the insects that will get caught in your web of actual spiderwebs.

Defeat your demons (we mean actual demons) in Brave Knight Rush

If you’re the type of mobile gamer that is not afraid of fighting against demons and spiris and all kinds of scary stuff, then you’d might want to get your hands (or phones) on this new game available for Android devices. Brave Knight Rush is an action adventure game, but the best part about it, aside from fighting off the hordes of demons bent on killing you, is that you get to fight with what is probably the best weapon of all: an actual fire-breathing dragon.

Time to concentrate, block all those distracting apps and games with ClearLock

Ah yes, ClearLock is something that I really need in my life not just on my smartphone but also in my laptop so I can avoid checking out apps or programs that easily distract me during work. This productivity app prevents the user from wasting precious time from opening apps, reading articles, playing games, or checking various social media apps. ClearLock will definitely be a helpful tool because it can block all those distracting apps.

Google On companion app for OnHub router released

Trust Google to come up with products and services we sometimes don't really need or, at least, not yet. Others may not see the importance of having a smart connected home but there are those who'd like to be ahead and quickly adopt the smart home technology once readily accessible. Aside from improving Internet speed and bringing mobile connection to more people not only in the United States but also in other countries, the search giant has introduced the OnHub router less than two weeks ago. This router is a smarter and newer way to manage your Wi-Fi network and control devices at home.

BlackBerry CEO still not confirming Android phone, says more apps are needed

The previous rumors and recent leaks somehow all point to the possibility of an Android-running BlackBerry device but we have yet to hear from CEO himself John Chen. We all know Chen to be very confident when it comes to saying that the Canadian smartphone pioneer isn't in trouble and is doing okay or is not for sale anytime soon. We believe what he's saying but you can't deny the fact that BlackBerry needs some help now if it wants to remain in the mobile industry. The best thing it can do right now is to finally release a fully Android-powered BlackBerry device which we think is now in the works -- the BlackBerry Venice being the first.
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