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PushBullet now lets you reply to BBM and GroupMe as well

PushBullet is shaping up to be one very useful but also somewhat rather odd app. What once started as a simply way to "push" links and files is now slowly but surely becoming a courier as well. Just weeks after it opened the doors to WhatsApp, Hangouts, Facebook and other popular messaging services, now it is welcoming BBM and GroupMe into the family. And like those other apps, you not only get a notification about the message on your computer, you can actually reply to them as well right then and there.

TiVo overhauls Android app to release version 3.0

TiVo was a technology that started to change how people viewed their TV shows. It may not be the industry leader now, but it helped pave the way for the likes of Netflix, Hulu, etc. It's still alive and kicking right now, partnering up with all these video streaming services and still having that loyal fan base. However, their mobile app left a lot to be desired. Until now, that is. Version 3.0 of the TiVo Mobile App is much improved and makes watching your shows from your box to your device now more seamless.

Figure the best route to your destination with TomTom GO Mobile

Getting around a city or a suburb, whether it's an everyday routine or you're in an unfamiliar place, is getting more and more complicated. Yes, your native maps on your smartphone can show you where your destination is, but you sometimes need much more than that. TomTom GO Mobile is the latest app that will help you navigate your way through traffic jams, unfamiliar territory, and even avoid speed traps.

Organize your notes in new Google Keep update

In case you have a gazillion notes saved on your Google Keep and the organized person in you is just screaming for some semblance of order, the folks over at Google have finally heard your cry for help. An update to the sticky note-ish app brings a way to bring order to the chaos by introducing labels. It has also made Keep a legit productivity helper by adding recurring reminders for the to-do notes that you, uhm, keep in it.

Facebook Messenger opens up its platform to developers

We knew this was coming, as all its competitors are moving in this direction. Facebook finally announced that their Messenger app is now an open platform where developers can develop their own apps to enhance the users' messaging and communications experience. They've also released the initial 40 or so apps which allows people to express themselves in more creative and multi-media rich ways.

Facebook takes you on a trip down memory lane with On This Day

A lot of people are still on a nostalgia kick as evidenced by a lot of #ThrowbackThursday #FlashbackFriday #SentimentalSaturday posts that we see on various social media. Facebook is getting in on the action by announcing their newest feature called On This Day, which will give you a glimpse of what you were doing (or rather sharing) the years past. This can be both good news and bad news, depending on what you were doing years ago.

Fitbit Surge now with Multi-Tracker support, bicycling monitoring

As more people get into the fitness lifestyle, OEMs have had to adjust to the newest "trends" and make sure that their fitness wearables and apps will appeal to not just one kind of workout or sport, but to as many people as possible (well at least those who are getting off their butts to workout or exercise). Fitbit Surge is one of the most popular in the market, and now they will be getting even more of an audience as they add more features to the device and the app.

Sleeping Prince added a price tag, and removed in-app purchase

While the world has embraced fairy tales once again on the big screen, with live action remakes of such classics as Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast, over on Cloudreach, the prince is still dozing off while the Princess and the entire kingdom is in peril, but not through any fault of the dozing dope. So it's still up to you, loyal mobile gamer, to literally drag the prince to become the hero his kingdom deserves.

Microsoft Outlook update: better people and calendar features

The Microsoft Outlook Preview app for Android has surprised a lot of people by being actually pretty great and holding its own against well-established email apps like Gmail, Inbox, Mail, etc. A new update to the app brings even more improvements not just to the mail experience but even to the calendar and people (contacts) that are integrated with it.

Moonshine 2.0 icon pack now available for Android devices

One of the great things about the Android platform is that you can tweak the look and the UI whichever way you want it, and you have a lot of apps to choose from to help you with that. When it comes to icon packs, one of those apps is Moonshine and the latest update, version 2.0 brings you even more choices when it comes to making your app icons look the way you want them to.
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