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OnePlus One camera samples posted

Keeping up with the regular stream of teasers, OnePlus has shared a set of images taken with the soon to be announced One. We know the handset will make its debut on April 23rd, but perhaps more important -- these officially shared images come as a nice follow up to the recent leak.

Timehop app hands-on: providing a daily trip back in time

Timehop, as a service, has been around for many years now. But given the app just recently arrived in the Play Store, it may be one that flew under the radar of many Android users. The premise here is simple, Timehop takes you back in time. The app is one that you'll only need to launch once per day, and it will show you what you were doing one, two, three and four years earlier.

Dayframe 2.3 update brings Chromecast functionality for all

Dayframe originally added Chromecast support with the v2.1 update. That bit sounded good, however the Chromecast support was only available for those who went forward with the $2.99 Dayframe Prime in-app purchase. Well, as of today things have changed and not only is Chromecast support available for all Dayframe users -- but that in-app purchase is currently selling at a discounted price.

Instagram v5.1 arriving with focus on design and speed

Instagram has announced the latest Android app update. This one is arriving as version 5.1, and should be immediately noticeable due to the new look. Instagram for Android now has a flat design. This is described as being a "cleaner" design, however the folks at Instagram are also touting the new speed.

SKIT! photo animation app arrives for Android users

SKIT! is a described as being a photo animation app. Rather simply, the SKIT! app allows users to turn their images into short animated videos. The app comes complete with the necessary goodies. To that point, the folks behind the app have said that means "hundreds of free stickers, characters, and props."

Picasa update brings Google+ Auto Backup to the desktop

Google+ Auto Backup is a convenient way to make sure all of the images you capture with your smartphone are being backed up. But while that takes care of the images you take with your internet connected smartphone or tablet, it doesn't offer much for those who save images from a regular camera on their computer. Well, it seems a bit of Google+ Auto Backup desktop convenience has been added with the latest update for Picasa.
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