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Google Camera app arrives in the Play Store

Google has released another app in the Play Store this morning. This latest is Google Camera, which is available for devices running Android 4.4 Kit Kat. The setup appears identical to what you would find on a Nexus or Google Play edition device and brings features to include Photo Spheres.

Nexus 10 status change lists device as “coming soon”

Since introduction, the Nexus 10 has been one of the better tablets on offer. Top to bottom, it’s one of the better tablets around, and sales proved as much. Even with a fairly steep $499 price tag, the Nexus 10 sold well, and has been listed at various stages of “unavailable” for quite some time. That’s changes, as the device is now listed as “coming soon”.

Cast Store is the easiest way to find apps for your Chromecast

With the Chromecast SDK being released last month, a wealth of Chromecast apps will likely be to our devices in short order. Though many find thier way to Chromecast apps by simply searching the Play Store for “Chromecast Apps”, one Developer had the bright idea to create a standalone app store for Chromecast apps. The Cast Store app could be the best way to find Chromecast apps if the Play Store isn’t giving you the results you want.

JuiceSSH app celebrates reaching the 500,000 user milestone

The JuiceSSH app has been touted as being the "best free SSH client" available in the Google Play Store. But while the developer has made a commitment to provide a solid free offering, they do have a paid version available. In this case we are referring to JuiceSSH Pro, which brings some extra features.

Tribesports Training app arrives for Android

There are plenty of options for fitness-tracking apps. Android users have more than a few including RunKeeper and Endomondo, and as of today there is another available. This latest comes courtesy of Tribesports and is called Tribesports Training, which brings the promise of being able to do "much more than the other sports apps available."

Threes! now available for Android

Threes! has been available for iOS users for roughly a month now, and while Android users have had similar number-based puzzle games available, we suspect some have been waiting to hear about Threes! for Android. Well, the developer, Sirvo LLC, has made the game available by way of the Play Store. And nicer yet, they are selling the game at a discounted price to celebrate the launch.
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