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Todoist for Android undergoing design, UI overhaul

There are still some hugely popular apps that were holding out on adapting the Material Design guidelines that Google introduced last year. Maybe some wanted to "rebel" or maybe others didn't know what to do with it in terms of applying it to their product. But then maybe some like one of the most popular productivity apps Todoist, just wanted to get it right and bring something more to the table. So, today, they gave a preview as to what users can expect from the updated Todoist app that will be coming soon.

Foursquare brings back mayorship, but this time on Swarm

Have you missed being the digital mayor of your office or your favorite coffeeshop or bookshop back in the good ole days of the original Foursquare? Well, now you can go back to being your competitive self, at least when it comes to checking in at your favorite places. They're bringing back the mayorship of each place, but instead of being on the new Foursquare, you can now do it on Swarm, which replaced it as your official check-in app.

MRU Widget shows recently used apps, blacklist backup/restore added

From Now cards to notifications to launchers, there are still so many ways to personalize your Android phone experience. There seems to be a trend now to declutter one's home screen because really, it's just too difficult to have a disorganized screen. There are several apps and widgets that can help productivity and app management like viewing the most recent apps you've used. The MRU Widget is a special tool that lessens the need to create app shortcuts as all those recently used apps will simply show up on the MRU.

Unicode 8.0 adds 37 new emojis, including taco, unicorn, nerd face

Emojis started out as just smiley faces that we insert in text and online conversations with friends and loved ones, but now, it has become almost a whole new language (and even industry!). The Unicode Consortium, which brings the standard that platforms and companies use, has announced the release of Unicode 8.0. Now we have 37 more emojis to have fun with and to communicate with others, even without using any words.

Bomgar now allows remote screen sharing for non-Samsung devices

If you haven't tried Bomgar Remote Screen Sharing for Android, now is the best time because the program has just been updated. Bombar has expanded the feature to all other sweet Android 5.0 Lollipop-running devices. This means anyone who uses Bomgar can remotely control Android phones or tablets even those non-Samsung devices.

Burner update: Material Design, Android Wear support, unified inbox

One app that truly lives up to its name is Burner. No, it's not an app to turn your smartphone or tablet into a flame thrower, but it does create throwaway phone numbers (US and Canada only) that you can use for one purpose or another and then dispose of when they have served their use. A new update for the app, which brings it to Version 3.0, is their biggest design update so far, bringing Material Design, a unified inbox, and support for Android Wear devices.

New AirDroid update brings Telegram, Kik message reply support

Remember the AirDroid v3.1.3 update released last week? That version has a quick follow-up, adding support to Telegram and Kik when it comes to message reply. Sand Studio, the developer behind the app, has been working on message reply support for several instant messaging apps as requested by the avid users. The developers did their best but encountered some issues while working on Hangouts, Viber, and Line.

Spotify on Sonos gets updated with new tools and features

Sonos and Spotify have been making sweet music together for some time now and a recent update will even make things better. As one of the more popular music streaming apps today, Spotify is the choice of many Android users (me included) because it's easy and convenient to use and has a really large audio library.

LinkedIn Pulse updated for more relevant, professional news

There are a lot of apps out there that bring you the news or articles relevant to your interests in either a magazine style or a digest format. And with so many sites, blogs, apps out there, you really need to streamline your information or else you will miss out on the things that matter and get stuck watching kittens do cute stuff. For a more "professional" news update, LinkedIn is now releasing a newly-redesigned Pulse app that will bring you the most relevant news related to your industry and your network.

Make the Terminator give you directions in new special Waze feature

One of the best things about Waze, aside from helping you navigate through traffic and round blockage, is the fact that you can also be entertained by the voice options that are available on the app. To celebrate the imminent release of the new Terminator Genisys movie, starring a whole new cast except for a certain former California governor, you can now use Mr. Arnold Schwarzenegger himself as your voice navigation to get you psyched for when the movie comes out this July 1.
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