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Google Launches AdWords Express Mobile App

Google launched AdWords Express in July of 211, as a way for local businesses to get using AdWords with automatically managed campaigns. Now, three years later, Google has launched a mobile app for the offering on both iOS and Android. According to Google, 74% of small business owners use mobile devices to help manage their businesses, so the app is …

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Microsoft Outlook Web App Hits Android

Microsoft announced that a native Outlook Web App (OWA) is now available for some Android phones. The company first announced its intention to bring the app to Android in March at the Microsoft Exchange Conference. The current release is considered a pre-release version. Senior product marketing manager Steve Chew explains, “During this pre-release, we’ll be gathering feedback, fixing bugs and …

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Klout Launches Android App After iOS App Increases Sharing

Last month, Klout launched a new iOS app, promising an Android version in the near future. Now, that version is here. The app is, of course, based on the newer version of Klout launched in February, which turned the service into a content recommendation and sharing platform. It gives you a news feed of content that it thinks your audience …

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Yahoo Mail Gets A New Android App

Yahoo announced the release of a new Yahoo Mail Android app to follow the recently launched iOS version. This includes new news, search, weather, sports, video, and Flickr features. In a Tumblr post, Yahoo Mail senior product manager Andrew Molyneux writes: A couple of weeks back when we launched the new Yahoo Mail for iPhone, our goal was to put …

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LinkedIn Makes SlideShare More Mobile-Friendly

LinkedIn has launched an Android app for SlideShare, as well as a redesigned mobile web experience and a mobile preview feature for uploads on the desktop. Video: SlideShare Android App from SlideShare LinkedIn acquired SlideShare about two years ago, and has since added features like a tracking analytics tool and an infographic player. Now there’s a new focus on making …

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App Pirates Guilty of Copyright Infringement

Back in January the U.S. charged four people in connection with pirate app stores developed for Android devices. Now all four of these defendants has pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement. The cases represent the U.S. Justice Department’s first cases against alleged mobile app pirates, and now appear to have been a success. Thomas Pace …

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Klout Launches New App For iOS, Android On The Way

Klout has launched a new iOS app that reflects the major changes to its service it rolled out earlier this year. If you haven’t looked at Klout lately, it has become something of a social news reader that lets you share recommended content Klout thinks will help you boost your Klout score. The feed at the heart of this is …

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Flappy Bird App to Return, but ‘Not Soon’

Flappy Birds creator Dong Nguyen confirmed via Twitter Wednesday that the now defunct app will be back, but “not soon,” only once he is finished working on it. Nguyen, the 29-year-old Vietnamese independent developer behind the popular yet difficult game, used Twitter last month to announce he would be removing Flappy Bird from app stores last month, citing death threats …

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Jawbone UP 3.0 App Released For Android

Jawbone, the company behind one of the most popular and well-reviewed fitness bands currently on the market, today officially launched its UP 3.0 app for the Android mobile platform. The UP app now syncs via bluetooth with Jawbone’s latest UP24 fitness band to track user physiology. The band and app track metrics such as user exercise, sleep, food intake, and …

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Flappy Bird Has Now Come And Gone

Recently, if you have been around a circle of friends who have iPhones or Android devices, you have probably heard them ranting about a game called “Flappy Bird,” an easily addictive but tough game that has just become a hot trend within the past few weeks. If you have downloaded the game on your smartphone, tablet, or iPod, you may …

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Jelly Gets Android, iOS App Updates

Jelly, the new Q&A app from Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, announced today that it has launched updates for its Android and iOS apps. The Android version adds support for more cameras and camera resolutions and support for more devices that couldn’t generate custom fonts. The update also includes some bug fixes. It removes some permissions for features Jelly was testing, …

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Android App Groups Charged For Piracy

The openness of the Android platform has many advantages, but it also makes the platform more of a gamble for developers. Apple’s iOS is still the leading platform for many app releases (especially games) and apps can often sell on iOS while their Android versions are free. The reason for this is the expectations that Android users have, as well …

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