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Mega Gets 3 Million Users In A Month, Mobile App Coming Soon

Kim Dotcom’s Mega launched last month with a ridiculous launch party that included a fake FBI raid on Dotcom’s mansion. After the launch, the file-sharing service managed to snag over a million users in just a few days. According to Dotcom, the latest numbers show that Mega continues to grow. In a Twitter post yesterday, Dotcom revealed that Mega now …

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Google Play Is Making More Money, But iOS Still Makes More

Google Play has always lagged behind Apple’s App Store in terms of pure revenue since its inception. That trend has not changed, but Google Play is at least starting to show signs of major growth after months of very little. App Annie recently released a study that compares revenue growth between Google Play and Apple’s App Store. The findings show …

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Facebook Overtakes Google Maps as the Number One Mobile App

Analyst ComScore has released its estimates of mobile app usage for 2012 and it appears the Facebook has taken the lead. The Facebook app was the most-used app at the end of 2012, drawing over 85 million unique visitors in December 2012. Google Maps had steadily led in mobile app usage until only a few months ago. As seen in …

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Mobile Apps Are Becoming as Popular as TV

According to mobile analytics company Flurry, you guys are buried in your devices – all the time. In fact, the time when mobile apps become the predominant form of media entertainment could be sooner rather than later. According to Flurry, the amount of time U.S. consumers spent inside mobile apps in December 2012 beat the amount of time spent in …

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LinkedIn Adds Mobile Profile Editing to Its App

LinkedIn today announced the launch of what it call the most requested feature for its mobile app. Users will now be able to edit their profile from within the LinkedIn app. More specifically, users will be able to update their profile with a new headline, add new skills, or add a new position. In addition, profile photos can be taken …

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Now You Can Use PayPal To Pay For Parking

PayPal announced today that people in 20 cities can now pay for parking using the Parkmobile app via their PayPal accounts. The app is already in use by over 4 million people in 250 cities. Now PayPal can get in on that action. More cities will be rolling out. “Once you’re set up with your PayPal account, you can now …

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Peter Moylneux’s Cube-Tapping App Launches Today

Peter Moylneux’s 22Cans game studio today released a mobile game that can be considered more social experiment than game. Curiosity is a game about tapping a giant cube. The tapping serves to chip away at the cube and reveal the secrets buried inside. There are billions of “cubelets” to chip off the cube, however, so everyone’s collective taps count toward …

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Google Opens Mobile App Analytics Up To All

In June, Google introduced Mobile App Analytics in closed beta. At the time, the company said it would be opening up the beta in waves. I guess the final tidal wave is upon us, as Google announced today that it is now open to everyone in public beta. “With ever-expanding mobile application marketplaces (more than 600,000 apps on Google Play …

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Microsoft Office 2013 Coming to iOS, Android Next Year [RUMOR]

Back in May of this year, a Microsoft source leaked the info that the full Office 2013 suite would be coming to Android and iOS platforms in November. Now, it appears that deadline may have been pushed back and the most popular mobile platforms won’t be getting Office apps until next year. Earlier this week, Microsoft’s Czech Republic subsidiary issued …

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LinkedIn Mobile Apps Get Company Pages, More Notifications

LinkedIn has launched some updates for its iPhone, Android and iPad apps. In a post on the LinkedIn blog, Joff Redfern writes, “1year, 21 days ago we launched an entirely new LinkedIn mobile experience for iPhone, Android, and the mobile web at touch.linkedin.com. It was an entirely fresh start, focused on faster, simpler, better.” “A lot has happened since then,” …

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Fantasy Football: Check Out These New Features From Yahoo

Yahoo announced that it has some new features for fantasy football this year. This is the company’s fifteenth year of offering fantasy football, and they’re offering fans the ability to make money by competing in the Yahoo Pro Leagues, which Yahoo says have the highest percentage payouts and most cash prizes available. Users can win up to $500. Yahoo’s Keeper …

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WWE Mobile App Gives Fans Exclusive Content During Monday Night Raw

WWE has launched a new mobile app for iOS and Android, giving fans access to to a “second screen TV companion experience,” which activates during Monday Night Raw. The app features live polls and content during that time. The app also comes with exclusive videos and content, access to the social media streams for every WWE “Superstar” and “Diva,” as …

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