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Android Community Weekly Digest: Nov. 16, 2014 Edition

Lollipop, Lollipop, Lollipop! That is this week's battle cry as Google unleashed the full fury of sweetness unto the Android world. And following closely are device makers who are already starting to roll out the update for their lucky smartphones. Of course, that's not all that happened this week, so let us take a very short stroll down memory lane in this edition of Android Community's Weekly Digest, covering the period from November 10 to November 16, 2014.

Aviary releases updated Photo Editor, now under Adobe

When Adobe bought Aviary a few months ago, fans of their photo editing app were a bit excited to see what it would mean for their products moving forward. Well, the wait is over as the updated Photo Editor has finally been released on Android. It brings with it syncing capability with Adobe's Creative Cloud, as well as a hose of initial offer freebies and tools that should make mobile photo editing enthusiasts ahappy.

Dare to open The Last Door

Who wants to be alone in the dark? I don’t know anyone who does but if you’re playing The Last Door: Collector’s Ed, you’d understand how bad it can be. The award-winning adventure game by Phoenix Online Studios has been terrifying gamers in this mysterious challenge set in Victorian England.

SwiftKey introduces support for Chinese languages in beta mode

With a population of over 1 billion, China has much potential to grow into the biggest market of practically anything in the world. And in the digital realm, a lot of brands and companies are already looking at expanding their products to cater to or support languages and features that would appeal to even just a fraction of that huge market. Virtual keyboard SwiftKey is one such product and they just recently announced the release of the beta version for their Chinese language support.

Humble Bundle app to leave Play Store for a better place

The folks over at Humble Bundle has just made announcement that they will be soon unpublishing their Android app from Google Play Store. But fret not. This doesn't mean that they are abandoning the mobile platform entirely. They are, in fact, preparing something better and a DRM-free installer will soon be available in APK form directly from them instead of Google's app marketplace.

Google updates Keep app

One of the many apps getting an update from Google is Google Keep. As expected, it will get some Material Design lovin’ from the Internet giant as the Android 5.0 Lollipop is slowly rolling out.

Google Search app just got smarter

The Google app has just received a special update in time for the arrival of the Android Lollipop. One of the most notable changes in design is the search results page. It’s more Material Design-ish now with a simpler layout, fluid animations, and bolder colors. This will be more obvious on Android Lollipop-powered smartphones and tablets.
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