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Google Analytics Android App Gets Much Needed Update

Google has released a much needed update for the Google Analytics Android app, adding new reporting tools and increased functionality for existing tools. “With the Google Analytics App, you can access all of your data – for both web and app reporting views (profiles) – so you can keep track of all of your important data with reports that are …

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Google Makes Quickoffice Free To All Users, Gives Away Drive Storage

Google announced on Thursday that it is making Quickoffice free for everyone. The product had been free for Google Apps for Business customers, but now it’s free for anybody with a Google account. Google acquired the productivity software in June of 2012. Later that year, the company launched the Quickoffice iPad app. In April, they launched apps for Android and …

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Twitter Makes Changes To Conversation Display

Twitter has made a change across its web and mobile experiences to the way conversations look. Tweets, when part of a conversation, will now be shown in chronological order to make them easier to follow. Users will see up to three tweets in a sequence in their timelines, and can see more if they tap. Users will also be able …

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Google Keep Gets A Lot More Useful

Google is launching an update to Google Keep, which includes Google Now reminders and a new photo note option. You can select the “remind me” button from the bottom of any note, and choose to be reminded based on time or based on location. For time, you can add a specific date and time or a more general time of …

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YouTube Mobile Apps Now Let You Do More While Watching Videos

Google has launched an update for its YouTube app on Android and iOS, allowing users to browse and search for other videos while still watching one. You can keep the video playing in the corner while interacting with the interface. “With today’s updates, you have even more ways to watch with the latest YouTube apps for Android and iOS. With …

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Google Launches AdSense Mobile Apps

Google has released a new AdSense app for Android and iOS. The description says, “The Google AdSense app provides an easy way to access key data from your AdSense account. Access reporting features anywhere, directly from your mobile phone. The first version of the app gives you access to: the key earnings information, top custom and URL channels, ad units …

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Why Netflix User Profiles Aren’t Yet Available For Android

As previously reported, Netflix has finally announced the launch of user profiles. The feature appears to be launching in every market that Netflix currently operates in, and is rolling out over the next few days for the website, iPad, iPhone, Xbox 360, Apple TV and some smart TVs and Blu-ray players. While no time table was given in the announcement, …

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Hang W/ Live Streaming App Hits Android

MEDL Mobile, makers of the Hang W/ app that garnered 100,000 users in its first six weeks on iOS earlier this year, announced that the app is now available for Android. A spokesperson for the company describes the app as “like a live video Twitter” that allows users to broadcast 3 minute live videos. “Celebs are also jumping on it …

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DuckDuckGo Launches New ‘Search & Stories’ App

DuckDuckGo has had an Android app available for a couple years, and now it has finally launched an update, calling the app Search & Stories, and launced it for iOS too. The app lets users search anonymously, much like the site (and the whole reason it exists). DuckDuckGo says it won’t track you, “filter bubble” you, or collect or share …

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Facebook Launches New Android Beta Testing Program

Facebook just announced the launch of a new Android beta testing program, which it will use to improve its Android app. “The Facebook for Android beta program will help the team get direct feedback ahead of releases and fold it into new builds every month,” a Facebook spokesperson tells WebProNews. “People who opt-in to the beta program will have access …

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Imgur CEO Talks New Mobile App, Relationship With Reddit

On Monday, image sharing service Imgur finally released its first mobile app, launching on Android first. It turns out it’s not that they just wanted to start with Android, however. They’ve run into some issues with Apple, but the iOS app should arrive in the coming weeks. This is all coming significantly later than we expected. Last year, we were …

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Imgur Finally Launches Mobile App, Starts With Android

Last year, Imgur told us we could expect mobile apps in the fall, but that never happend. They did, however, launch a major site redesign, which appeared to set Imgur apart a bit from reddit with which it has become so closely associated. The redesign showed that Imgur was truly interested in catering to its own community, regardless of whether …

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