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Carbon for Twitter finally launches in the Play Store [Hands-on]

For all those Twitter fans out there we have an awesome new Android client to share with you all. In case you haven't heard of it, the extremely popular Carbon for Android Twitter app has finally been released. After being announced and teased last year and under development for far too long, it's available now. The app is beautiful in every sense of the word and has one of the most elegant UI's I've used lately, but read on to see our thoughts.

YouTube adds automatic closed captions in 6 new languages

Way back in 2009 the folks from Google finally added closed captions to YouTube, since then they've been updating as many videos as they can, adding more languages, and improving the option. Today Google has announced on the official YouTube Blog that they've added 6 brand new languages to their automatic caption system. Last year they added a few, and now European countries have more options.

Web Based Android Market Now Shows Graph of App Install History

The Android Market has came a long long ways in just a short time, wouldn't you all agree? The web-based version is quite nice for those that don't use it often. Showing things like featured apps, feature tablet apps, top paid, top free and more. I like seeing the top new apps to discover things I've not seen yet. Today we have a little surprise and now we are seeing a visual graph next to the installed numbers.

HTC EVO 4G Now Has Wireless N Support

That’s right folks, the EVO can now take advantage of wireless N technologies. Thanks to the great development community the EVO now has this great new feature. Recently, there have been a few complaints that the EVO had problems keeping a strong Wi-Fi connection, hopefully this addition will sure that problem up a bit.

T-Mobile Launches Device Tune-up Beta

T-Mobile has just released Device Tune-up for open beta testing. This is a new feature in the My Accounts app from T-Mobile. It’s essentially a task killer that aims to improve on your phones performance and it should help your battery last longer by killing apps that run in the background.

AndSpot an Independent App Store

Another market alternative has entered the Android arena. It is called AndSpot, its goal is to provide an alternative to the Android Market all while improving on some of the things the android market is lacking. If you don’t like or find that the Android Market is hard to navigate, this could be the solution you was looking for.

Verizon Bringing VCast Video to Android on Monday

There was a tweet sent yesterday by Philadelphia-area VZW rep Sheldon Jones, that said Verizon will be bringing its VCast Video service to their Android smart phones starting Monday. This is great news for all you Verizon Android owners. Whether you have a Devour or an Incredible, all of their Androids should receive this service.
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