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Google search app for Android TV arrives at Play Store

Because Google would really like you to use their search app – or maybe because of a totally unrelated and unspecified reason which we will probably never know – the mothership has chosen not to bundle a search function with Android TV’s interface. That function belongs to a separate Google app that is now up for downloading via the Google Play Store – even if most of us don’t have an Android TV device yet.

Cisco comes up with Project Squared, a productivity collaboration app

Cisco announced an ambitious new app today which they call “Project Squared”, a tool used over the cloud for communication, productivity and collaboration. The tool is robust enough to not care what sort of mobile device or platform you’re using – it works smoothly on all of those, giving users the ability to have meetings (video and audio) and share content on a single app.

Google Keep now allows you to share “to do” lists with family

Always happens to me – both my wife and I know that we need to buy something, and we both buy that thing, and when we get home we find ourselves with either two boxes of milk, or two packages of the same bath soap. Well, I think Google Keep's new feature is a godsend in that regard – in that it allows you to create lists and then share them with other people so that you can see which ones on the list have been ticked off.

Titanium Backup gets updated for Android 5.0

When we post about certain third party ROMs for devices, or processes and tweaks on your devices, we usually end it with a reminder to keep a usable backup of your device. Titanium Backup is one of those apps that have made our lives easier and much more secure over years of tweaking Android devices.

Amaze File Manager is a root browser sleek with Material Design

No offense, but Android file managers are dime a dozen – you can literally go crazy on the choices you have available. Unfortunately, very few of them have the features you want in a robust file browser. And even then, only a select few are even good to look at. XDA senior member “arpitkh96” wants to be able to tick both boxes with Amaze File Manager – a powerful file explorer with the looks to boot.

LG G Watch R now available from Google Play Store

LG's debut for its first and much hyped round smartwatch has finally come. At least as far as Google Play Store is concerned. The G Watch R has joined its brethren in Google's Android Wear gallery and is now available for purchase. It does come with a slightly higher price tag than the first batch of smartwatches, but the real question is whether the new stylish style justifies that price bump. Of course, the G Watch R definitely is more than just a pretty face.

Activision launches COD: Advanced Warfare companion app

If you’re not the PC or console gaming type, then you probably won’t have noticed that Activision’s Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – the next addition to the famous first person shooter (FPS) franchise – dropped today and is available for purchase already. And to enhance your console gameplay, Activision has come up with a companion app to add little boosts to your new COD game.

D&D classic Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition launched

RPG developer Beamdog has finally done it, the “enhanced edition” of the circa-2000 classic Icewind Dale has finally dropped and is available for Android now. If you don’t remember Icewind Dale – which is a very big doubt – this game was the millennium follow-up to the critically acclaimed Baldur’s Gate. Both franchises should be readily familiar (and nostalgic) to fans of these Dungeons and Dragons-based RPGs.

Star Wars Galactic Defense: tower defense with Star Wars twist

If you have an Android device and do not know what a “tower defense” game is, then this post might not be for you. Then again, if you are a Star Wars fan (we realize these two might not necessarily be inclusive of each other), you might want to check this new game out. Star Wars: Galactic Defense is very much a Star Wars take on the classic tower defense game format. And it’s fun.
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