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Nexus 9, Chromecast, Moto 360 now available in more countries

It was only last week that the Nexus 9 was released in sand color and the LTE version was made available by T-Mobile last December after being delayed for some time. All good news and more as Google is finally bringing the Android tablet in Taiwan and New Zealand. That's two different countries so more people will be happy to learn that the Nexus 9 is now available in their countries. Those people in these regions can easily visit the Play Store and order the Nexus 9, as well as, the Chromecast.

Battery Percent Enabler App needs no root

Android users who would like to have a battery percentage rather than the less descriptive battery level on most Android devices may want to look at the new Battery Percent Enabler app. The app is designed to work with any Android 4.4 or higher device.

Android TV Launcher now on Google Play

The Android TV Launcher has arrived on Google Play. A lot of people have been pushing for the program to come to Google Play and finally it's being published there. This is a response to the need to simplify apps more by unbundling related software. Instead of packing all sorts of functionality and variety in just one software, developers are now trying to simplify their stuff. The simpler, the better. People don't want to be too saturated now with other features they don't really use.

AutoMath solves equations by taking pictures

Anyone who has to do a lot of math for homework or business wants an easy way to check their work to be sure they did the problem correctly will want to check this out. A new app has turned up for Android users called AutoMath and it will solve an equation for you quickly and simply without you having to type in anything in many instances.

RGB Express lands on Android

If you like challenging puzzle games that start simple to get you hooked and then get challenging, you will appreciate RGB Express. This game has been available on iOS devices for a while and has now come to Android. The game involves picking a path for the colored trucks so they can drop their deliveries off at the right color building.

Google now allows paid applications from Chinese developers

Some Chinese developers haven't fully optimized their apps on Google Play because the Internet giant has not allowed them to list their paid apps. But that will soon change as Google finally allowed the Chinese geeks to offer paid apps and in-app purchases to more than 130 countries. Just recently, Google added more countries with Developer and Google Wallet Merchant registrations. It's finally coming to China which means developers can start selling their apps to majority of the Android users spread out in 130 countries.

Dot Dot game lands on Android

We are always keen for a new game to play around here, and a new one has landed recently on Google Play called Dot Dot. The game sounds simple enough, but promises to be very challenging as it moves on. In the game, players line up dots to match other dots on the screen.
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