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AppSpot is an app launcher in disguise

To say that Android has many homescreen replacements and app launchers is an understatement, but AppSpot could still manage to stand apart from the crowd. While it may behave like any other Android app, its sole purpose in life is to find and launch other apps. Yes, AppSpot is an app launcher that is an app.

T-Mobile Music Freedom streaming ignores 4G data cap

Once again, T-Mobile is trying to upset the carrier market with its Un-carrier ways, now on version 6.0. This time, it is training its crosshairs on one of the fastest growing pastimes on mobile devices, aside from YouTube and cat photos. With its new music streaming and Internet radio offering, T-Mobile is setting your music free, not just from network limits but even from price.

Sky Force 2014 blasts its way into Android

If you ever wanted to play a retro style game that still had enough modern pizazz in it, you might want to give Sky Force 2014 a whirl. Celebrating 10 years of the title, the developers are bringing the top-down shoot 'em up game to Android with some stunning visuals and some clearly modern game mechanics.

NFL Runner: Football Dash endless runner arrives on Android

For those of you getting ready for another exciting weekend of football and Week 3 of the NFL, we have a brand new game on Android worth sharing. It's called NFL Runner: Football Dash, and is essentially a watered down version of Temple Run that's been replaced with NFL players. It's quite fun and officially licensed too.

Amazon Kindle smartphone tipped to be free for all, off contract

The speculation around Amazon and their mobile aspirations haven't let up, and ever since the first reports of a Kindle smartphone nearly two years ago we've been waiting to see what they have planned. Well, recently we've been hearing a lot more rumors about Amazon's Kindle smartphone, but this latest one sure takes the cake. Talks of a free device, one that's completely off contract.

Verizon hands out 6 months free Google Music All Access with new DROID phones

In case you missed the crazy announcements earlier this morning, Verizon and Motorola revealed three brand new DROID smartphones to grace the big red network. Full of Android 4.2, gesture and voice controls, and 4G LTE the new DROID Mini, ULTRA, and DROID MAXX are available come August 20th. One important "deal" they briefly mentioned we wanted to highlight was the free Google Music All Access subscription.
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