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Action Launcher 3.2 now out on Google Play, massive changelog in tow

Developer Chris Lacy has made Action Launcher 3.2 available for everybody today – an initial launch to a beta channel was made early in February. Now, the app is indeed up on Google Play where everybody can gawk at the massive changelog that the app carries. All good news for users you see, as Action Launcher brings out a number of new features, as well as some fixes and minor changes within the app.

Android devices can now stream live NBC shows (selected cities)

If you like keeping up to date with the latest news but you're always mobile, then Twitter and news feeds are your best friends. But what if you wanted to watch actual live streams of ongoing breaking news or programs and you didn't have access to an actual TV set at the moment? A new feature of the NBC app now lets you watch live programming from your smartphone or tablet, although where it is available is still pretty limited for now.

Pushbullet now allows replying to Hangouts, WhatsApp and other IM apps

It's a new month which means there's a new update for the Pushbullet. Actually, it's only an observation that the development team is pushing some changes as we've noticed the past few months. Just last January, the Pushbullet app became available for Mac, iOS, and Safari. This was after sending SMS was made easier. Some Quick-Action support have been added, as well as, universal copy and paste, Material Design, improved nagivation, subscribing to Channels, and the Play Store beta program.

Pebble’s Android Wear compatibility now on full version

If you have a Pebble device but you're suffering from Android Wear envy, you need not "suffer" anymore. The latest firmware update of the wearable brings the compatibility with Android Wear from beta testing to full public release through version 2.3.0 of the Pebble Android app (compatible if your paired Android device is running on 4.0 or higher). You get functionalities that some of their smartwatches don't even have, but now the Pebble devices will be sporting.

Android Lollipop coming to Lenovo phones next quarter

Phone manufacturers are rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop for their smartphones. Samsung seems to be the busiest one releasing upgrade for the Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Noted Edge, Galaxy S4 in Russia, Galaxy S4 (Android 5.0.1), and the Galaxy S4 LTE-A. All these arrived after the South Korean giant announced back in December that Android Lollipop would be coming to Samsung users the following month. There's also Lenovo-owned Motorola releasing sweet updates to the Moto Maxx and Moto E and the 2nd-gen Moto E.

Instant 2.0 helps track physical and digital activities

Are you one of those people who love to track everything you do, both digitally and even in real life? Before, we used to log everything in a diary or on a word or excel file (if you're really that anal-retentive). But when smartphones started becoming smarter, we suddenly had an app for everything. You can track how many steps you took, how many calories you ate, how much time you spent on Facebook, how much time you spent staring at your smartphone, etc.

HERE graduates from beta to full version for Android

While a lot of people who were dissatisfied with their device's built-in map or even Google Maps were able to enjoy Nokia's HERE navigational app, it was still in its beta version for some months. But now, the developers are pleased to announce that HERE has finally graduated to full production for release for your Android devices. The change brings major updates of course for your navigational experience to become better, whether you're driving or commuting.

LINE update: design updates, option for public timeline posts

While free messaging app LINE remains primarily a way for you to converse with your friends and loved ones, each update brings with it new features that change the landscape a little bit to more than just exchanging messages. The newest update now gives you the option to make public your timeline posts, which gives the app a bit of a social network vibe, while still maintaining some sort of privacy, if you choose to do so.