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Palabre: RSS reader with Material design, customizable options

With all the websites that you monitor, the social media accounts that you follow and the articles that come across your feed, sometimes, it's just hard to keep up with all of them. That's why you have your RSS readers and news aggregator apps to help you make sense of all of these. A new kid on the block called Palabre is now available for your devices, and its Material Design and features makes it a must have for Android users.

Kemco offers popular RPG games for less than a dollar each

Kemco is one of those generous mobile game developers who regularly offer their paid games at a more affordable price of $0.99. Just last month, the company put eight games on sale. This February, Kemco is offering another sale--with seven games now available for less than a dollar. This is a good promo for those who've been wanting to buy some of Kemco game titles but are hesitant to spend their hard-earned money.

Prezi presentation app now available for Android

If you're one of those people that think PowerPoint and Keynote are so year 2000, then you've probably have been enjoying making your work or school presentations on this thing called Prezi. This platform has been around for some years now, but they have only now released their app for Android devices, as it has been one of the most requested products for the developers from their audience. And now it is here, giving you the ability to carry your Prezis wherever you go.

Grey Cubes: the new face of block-breaking games

If you're old enough to remember the good old days of block-breaking games like Arkanoid, Breakout, etc, then you've probably been wishing for them to make a comeback. The developers of the new game Grey Cubes say they've created the modern version of the classic arcade favorite, bringing together the same simple gameplay we're familiar with, but with a three-dimensional feel and graphics.

Happy Pet Story lets you design own virtual pet and home in Happy Town

Happy Labs is happy making happy games for happy people. Okay, that may be an exaggeration but a new fun and exciting app from the developer is ready to make you go "Awww..." every time you play. (Well, maybe only the kids and the ladies who like cutesy stuff and graphics.) Happy Pet Story is another home and pet simulation game which means another time waster. The mobile game developer released this app last week both on Android and iOS, ready to take on the world of virtual pets.

Flynx opens links from your favorite apps

An app called Flynx has exited beta and is now available to download in version 1.0. The app has been quite popular during its beta stage and is designed to make it easier and more convenient for you to open links in your favorite apps.

AdVenture Capitalist: lemonade stand game for future capitalists

If one day your son or daughter walks up to you and tells you, "Daddy/Mommy, someday I want to be a venture capitalist!", how will you react? Well, instead of freaking out, maybe you'd like to refer them to this new game for your Android device? It won't teach them how to actually be one (especially if your kid is like, 6 years old), but AdVenture Capitalist is a fun way for them (and you) to practice running a business.

SoundHUD brings ‘true’ silent mode back to Lollipop

Seems like there’s a big issue with Lollipop users about Google tweaking the usually generic “silent mode” in Android 5.0. With Lollipop, you get a “no notifications whatsoever” mode and you get what is called “Priority mode”. After all the discussions (you should see the reddit thread via the source link), some people would just really want one “silent mode” on their phones. That’s what SoundHUD tries to bring.

Samsung’s floating ToolBox now out for all Android devices

When describing Samsung’s proprietary apps, we could most likely use the term “hit or miss”. There are some Samsung apps (and features) that just defy logic. And then there are some that are so useful you begin to think how you’ll survive without it. The floating toolbox app on the Samsung Galaxy S5 was an app that tended to be on the latter – it was useful enough that you immediately notice that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 doesn’t have it (what’s up with that Samsung?). So enter this new app.
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