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CyanogenMod Installer arrives for Mac users

The CyanongenMod Installer has had some ups and downs since the original release. The Installer basically just simplifies the process of getting CyanogenMod up and running on your smartphone or tablet. Initially we saw this launch by way of the Google Play Store, however one of those down portions was the removal. The folks at Cyanogen managed to keep this available by way of their website, however it had remained only with support for Windows computers.

Four new games added to Humble Bundle for Android 3

Any Humble Bundle veteran knows that the games announced at the beginning of any given promotion are only the preliminary round. Like every Humble Bundle before it, the same holds true for the Humble Bundle for Android 3, as four additional games have been tossed into the mix. You'll have to shell enough to the beat the average purchase price if you want them though, and at the time of this writing, the average sits at $6.17.

Splashtop Remote Desktop and GamePad on sale for 75% off

There's a lot of remote connection apps out there, but few have received the acclaim that Splashtop's has. The Splashtop Remote Desktop HD app lets your tablet remotely log into your Windows or OS X machine and control it remotely. As someone who's tried all the big VNC and RDP apps, I can say that it's surprisingly reliable - but perhaps not as reliable as its $20 price tag demands. It's a good thing, then, that the developer has put the app on sale for $4.99 in the Google Play Store, granting an awesome 75% discount.

Pulse News Reader Goes FREE on All Platforms Today

You know that rockin reader application that SlashGear was recently (and still is?) featured on, that one that's really successful, really rocking, and looks super nice? Now it's free. Pulse News, the #1 news reading app on several Apple products (iPad, iPhone) as well as Android, has gone completely free today across ALL platforms. Pulse would like, of course, to thank everyone who worked with, on, and used the app up until this point where it's rockin enough to give away for total freeness.

iSyncr For Android

iSyncr is another solution for syncing your Android device with your iTunes account. This app comes in both PC and MAC compatible versions. For a small fee of $2.99 you can purchase either of these and turn your Android device into an iPod (but better). There is also a lite version of both apps but they are limited to only one playlist amount other restrictions. And if you want to take it a step further, there is an iSync Widget that allows you to rate songs right for your phone. The widgets costs $1.99 and only works with the PC version of the app, MAC support is coming soon. Market Descriptions: iSyncr for Mac Leopard or Snow Leopard Only (10.5+) - Want to stop carrying both your phone and your iPod? Keep your music fresh with smart playlists? Download iSyncr to sync your Android phone with iTunes. iSyncr is even smart enough to keep your iTunes “Top 25 Most Played” playlist in sync. iSyncr for PC Windows iTunes Only - Want to stop carrying both your phone and your iPod? Keep your music fresh with smart playlists? Download iSyncr to sync your Android phone with iTunes. iSyncr is even smart enough to keep your iTunes “Top 25 Most Played” playlist in sync. Please visit our website to read the FAQ. Mac version out now. iSyncr Ratings Widget Wish you could sync your iTunes ratings with your phone? Now you can, with the iSyncr Ratings Widget. Just use this widget and iSyncr for PC! Support for iSyncr for Mac is coming. Only a 2x4 widget right now, more layouts to come. Requires the latest version of iSyncr for PC.

DoubleTwist adds Android Market Integration

DoubleTwist has been the most popular way to sync all your media to your Android device for a while now. It even comes preloaded on a few devices these days. The latest update to the Mac version now allows you to browse apps, find the qr code, displays screenshots of the app and the recent reviews. The update for the PC client is on the way.