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Bejeweled Blitz launches for Android

Yesterday we saw the release of a Angry Birds Friends, which has a social connection to Facebook and as of today it looks like we have the release of another social-minded game. This latest is Bejeweled Blitz, which comes by way of Electronic Arts. The release of Bejeweled Blitz has the game joining the previously available Bejeweled 2.

LinkedIn Android app gets upgraded

LinkedIn has announced a major update to its Android application. The date marks the first major upgrade to the application in almost 2 years. While the update brings some changes that people really appreciate, it does bring one change that many people will hate.

Android version of Rando photo exchange platform launches

A development company from the UK called Ustwo has announced the launch of an Android version of its app called Rando. The app hit the iPhone about a month ago. Rando is called an "experimental photo exchange platform." This isn't like Instagram, it's photo sharing but completely anonymous.

Google+ sign-in process adopted by Janrain and Gigya

Google+ sign-in was announced a short while back. You have likely seen a few examples of this on sites, however for those who may have missed it, Google+ sign-in is not all that different from what we have seen with Facebook and Twitter. That is to say, you can use Google+ to sign into an app or service. This generally makes the sign-up process easier as it takes details from your Google account.

Vine glosses over Android with new Embeds for web

Android users were given another reminder about an app that they cannot use. That app is Vine and the reminder came along with news of web embeds and an update to the iOS app. Vine originally launched back in January. That initial launch was clearly intended for iOS, however some hints of an Android app arrived about a month later by way of a Vine job posting.

Thread wants to be the ultimate caller ID application for Android users

If you're anything like me, it doesn't matter if you just met a person, it may be difficult for you to remember who they are only a few days after you first meet. I've always put the person's name in my phone contacts list along with a word or two to help me remember where I know them from and what they might be wanting when they call. That can be a bit tedious though and Android users can now get a new application called Thread that aims to be the ultimate caller ID.
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