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The Google app is responsible for a pretty staggering number of features ranging from the standard search interface, a voice assistant, and even a fully functional launcher. The latest update coming through the beta channel doesn't seem to have any new features going live quite yet, but there are a lot of changes to text and other resources, including the removal of all references to Bisto from the last teardown.

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Google App 7.1 beta is testing a search bar in the notification panel and may begin showing pollen counts [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 04/26/2017, 14:12. Read more

Twitter changes the user interface almost constantly on its beta app - I suppose that's to be expected. The latest new feature in testing is a live counter for likes, retweets, and replies on each tweet. The counter appears to update roughly once a second.

The feature showed up for Artem on Twitter Beta 6.45.0-beta.599, but I am on the same version and don't have it, so perhaps it's a server-side test. You can grab that version from APKMirror if you want to check for yourself.

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Twitter is testing live counters for retweets, likes, and replies on Twitter Beta was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 04/26/2017, 03:35. Read more

YouTube Kids was originally released in 2015, as a portal for child-appropriate content on everyone's favorite video sharing site. However, there hasn't been a dedicated TV app for YouTube Kids, just iOS and Android apps. Today on the official company blog, YouTube announced a Kids app for various smart TVs - but Android TV is still strangely missing.

According to the post, LG webOS TVs from 2015 onwards, Samsung Smart TVs and Blu-Ray players with the Samsung App Store, and Sony TVs from 2016 or newer (after a firmware update) will be supported. It's worth noting that YouTube Kids isn't available in all countries, so depending on where you buy your TV, you might be left out.

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YouTube Kids is now available on LG, Samsung, and Sony smart TVs, coming soon for Android TV was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 04/25/2017, 19:40. Read more

Have you ever wanted a Family Guy themed game bereft of anything that originally made the show funny? Are you dying to play yet another in-app purchase laden match-3 puzzle game? Well, I have some great news for you. Jam City, Inc. in collaboration with FoxNext Games have just released Family Guy Freakin Mobile Game onto the Play Store and yes, it is just as bad as you would expect.

At first glance it would appear as though Family Guy Freakin Mobile Game is trying to have a laugh over how egregious mobile gaming has become.

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Family Guy Freakin Mobile Game is everything you would expect of a free-to-play title was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 04/25/2017, 19:12. Read more

Last year Spotify teamed up with lyric knowledge base Genius to add an interesting new feature to its iOS app. Behind the Lyrics takes the same annotations from Genius and bakes them directly into the Spotify app. According to the music streaming giant, millions of iPhone owners make use of this every day. And now, it's finally bringing the feature to Android.

Behind the Lyrics offers a mixture of insight directly from the artists and user submitted interpretations, sources, and stories.

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Spotify and Genius bring "Behind the Lyrics" feature to Android was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 04/25/2017, 18:25. Read more

Have you picked up the latest Humble Mobile Bundle? No? It includes eight cool adventure games for one low price. That's a good deal, but now's your chance to get the whole shebang for free.

The bundle is halfway through its run, so there's about a week left to go. However, there are no new games added this time around. That said, the eight existing ones are solid. There are three tiers, with the first unlocked at any payment amount.

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Win one of 10 free codes for the Humble Mobile Bundle: Great Adventures bundle was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 04/25/2017, 16:30. Read more

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Not all updates have to introduce a big feature to make a big difference. The latest version of Android Messages demonstrates just that. It includes a couple of relatively small changes to the way group messaging is set up and should be a little faster for most people, and might remove some confusion for a few.

The screen for creating a new conversation in earlier versions was geared in favor of group chats.

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Android Messages v2.2 cleans up the setup for solo and group messaging, allows adding new people to conversations [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 04/25/2017, 12:59. Read more

Everyone was begging Nintendo for years to just start releasing mobile games. It's doing that now, but Super Mario Run was not exactly what the general gaming public wanted. Still, it's not bad as endless runners go, and it getting an update today—its first since release.

Here's the changelog for Super Mario Run v2.1.0.

  • The maximum number of Toads that can live in your kingdom has increased to 99,999.
  • Player icon improvements.
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Super Mario Run's first update adds Google Play achievements, more Toads, and not much else was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 04/25/2017, 04:08. Read more

It's the start of a new week and it's time for another round of free and on-sale apps. For some of us, the semester is starting to wind down with finals on the horizon. So whether you have a case of the Monday blues or you're gearing up to close out this session of school, today's selection may help keep you going.

We got a bunch to get through today, so as a friendly reminder, remember that the free apps will remain in your library unless you uninstall them within the Play Store's refund window.

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[Deal Alert] Here are 35 temporarily free and 26 on-sale apps to get your week going was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 04/24/2017, 23:54. Read more



Google announces finalists for 2017 Google Play awards



11 new and notable Android apps from the last week (4/18/17 - 4/24/17)



Local reviews are now translated to your preferred language automatically



You can still remap the Galaxy S8's Bixby button, but it's a messy hack



I went to a protest that had its own app



Try your hand at Card Thief, a stealthy new solitaire game from the creator of Card Crawl



Deals of the century: These three temporarily free $400 Android apps will change your lives



doubleTwist brings Android Airplay fix for AppleTVs running tvOS10.2



Google Maps v9.51 beta adds new details about parking, prepares to improve route planning with parking suggestions and traffic charts [APK Teardown +



Google's messaging mess is about money, not making your life easier (opinion)