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CloudPlayer offers Chromecast support, offline playback, and audio presets

The future of cloud is bright. Physical hard drives are no longer needed as long as you have quick access to any cloud storage. There are free services available but some may require you minimal fee. No matter how you access the cloud, you can't deny the fact that it's very convenient. You can just download any cloud app from the Google Play Store but only a few can work as an easy and reliable music player for all your audio files.

Curate your favorite photos in VSCO with their new Collections feature

We’ve kind of always known that VSCO would not simply remain a photo editor, although it is a great one (some would say, it is actually the best). It was inevitable that they would turn into something like Instagram, or maybe something even better. The newest feature for their mobile apps, including Android, is something called Collections, which allows you to re-share the photos you discovered on the app by adding them to your timeline.

Vault your way to victory in Vault! now out on Android

If someone asks what your favorite Olympic sport is, you’ll probably answer something like swimming, gymnastics, or football. We doubt if you’ll answer pole vaulting (unless you’re an atheltics enthusiast or an actual pole vaulter) since it isn’t the most exciting sport to watch. But if Olympic pole vaulting was anything like this new Android game called Vault!, then more people would probably watch the sport. Of course then a lot of people would be injured or even dead, so it’s a good thing it’s just a digital game.

Burn up all your matches in Matchiiz puzzle game, now on Android

Your mother (or whoever your guardian was growing up) probably warned you to never play with matches. But this new Android game will actually encourage you to do so, albeit digitally (we’re not really encouraging pyromaniacs here). Matchiiz’ main purpose is for you to burn up all the matches on the board you’re given in this 3D puzzler game. There is also some match inventory involved, but you’d probably be really more interested in burning all these matches, although it’s not as easy as it seems.

Farming Simulator 16 makes all your farming dreams possible, sort of

Have you heard of Farming Simulator 14? No? How about Farming PRO 15? Well, that’s just too bad, because a new and improved farm simulator game is coming right at you and it’s not Farmville, no. You have to understand that a lot of people geek out to different kinds of things. Some geek out to crops, weather patterns, fertilizers, and monster tractors and harvesters, and how best to earn a profit in which season. For these kinds of people, there’s Farming Simulator 16 – coming to Android soon.

Moto FM Radio app now sporting Material Design, UI improvements

Who here still listens to terrestrial FM radio? No one? Well, some smartphones still do have FM radio features built into them, like Motorola’s Moto G or Moto E series. And because of that, Motorola still maintains the Moto FM radio app for these devices. In fact, they’ve now given a make-over to the app in the latest update, which includes Material Design, the ability to record from the tuner, and some UI improvements as well.

Rhapsody music streaming app undergoes redesign 

Because there’s an increasingly competitive music streaming market, apps have to either reinvent themselves (if they’ve already been in the market for so long) or to constantly add new features in order to keep up with everyone else. Rhapsody probably falls into both categories, and the newest update to the app suggests that it’s not counting itself out of the race, even if there’s so much competition out there. The update brings with it a redesign Android app, as well as several new features that may cause you to give it a second look.

Send hands-free messages to Viber, WeChat by OK Googling

Sometimes it’s due to laziness, but sometimes it’s also because of necessity. Sending messages to colleagues or loved ones without necessarily typing something out has become not just a luxury, but almost a requirement. With the power of two words, “Ok Google” we are now able to send messages, even without lifting a finger. You can use this messaging option on some of the most popular apps like Vibe, WhatsApp, Telegram, etc.
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