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For a couple of years, Firefox Aurora, the developer edition of the popular browser, has only been available directly from Mozilla. As of today, Aurora has landed on the Play Store, in early access (i.e. unreleased) form. This is presumably because it's unstable and not meant to be used by the general public, and only by those interested in what's coming soon or building the web. Regardless, it is always good to see things in development that will later be deployed to the public version of Firefox, which is currently on v49.

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Firefox Aurora arrives on the Play Store in "unreleased" state was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 09/28/2016, 13:48. Read more

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When I reviewed the Fitbit Blaze a couple of months ago, some of my gripes with the tracker were more related to the software than the hardware side. I didn't like the limited choice of watch faces and I was annoyed that I couldn't set notifications for emails and third-party apps natively (I know about Fit Notifications), which made the Blaze quasi-useless as a smartwatch replacement on my wrist. But most importantly, even though the app could track my hourly activity and longest sitting times and send me reminders to move, the tracker itself never vibrated which made the reminder approach very inefficient.

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Fitbit starts vibrating to remind you to move and allowing third-party notifications on its trackers was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 09/28/2016, 13:33. Read more

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Five years - that's how long Indians have had to wait for Google Play Music to come to their country. However, it appears that the massive delay may finally be over. Several India-based AP readers have tipped us that Play Music is now showing up on their devices with songs available for purchase. This news comes just a day after Google's big announcement regarding the Indian market.

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There's currently no confirmation from the official Google India Blog, but we're armed with screenshots as evidence.

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[Finally] Google Play Music now appears to be available in India was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 09/28/2016, 06:08. Read more

ketchappEven if you're a regular gamer, you might not know about Ketchapp. The publisher is only a couple of years old, and the games it posts to the Play Store and App Store are uniformly small, simple titles. But what it lacks in ambition it makes up for in volume: by my count there are no less than 75 Ketchapp games on the Play Store, an impressive accomplishment in a short amount of time.

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Ubisoft acquires casual mobile game publisher Ketchapp was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 09/28/2016, 04:06. Read more

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We first saw custom tiles in an Android N Developer Preview a few months back, but unfortunately, not many apps have added this feature. It's a shame, really; custom tiles are easy to use and can add a lot of speed and functionality to frequently-used apps. Now, Shazam has added one called "Auto Shazam", and it might come in handy if you're a big music listener. I don't personally use Shazam anymore (Google does the same thing if you start a voice search, FYI), but I can certainly see the merits of this for people who are invested in it.

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Shazam adds "Auto Shazam" custom tile for Android 7.0 Nougat's Quick Settings was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 09/28/2016, 03:56. Read more

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Google set loose a new beta release of Maps, taking it up to v9.38. This release doesn't seem to have quite as many huge features as some of the last few, but there are still a couple of cool additions. There's a new tab with a list of upcoming events, bookings, and reservations. The dedicated album for food photos from a recent teardown is now also live. There are almost always a few other hidden gems in each release, so keep an eye out for more changes and let us know if you see anything else.

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Google Maps v9.38 adds a dedicated album for food photos and an upcoming events tab for your places [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 09/28/2016, 01:28. Read more

SpotifySpotify is big on music discovery with features like suggested artists and Smart Playlists that are based on your activity. Now, Spotify users are getting yet another music discovery feature. It's called Daily Mix, which offers a pretty good hint of what it does.

Daily Mix will be based on the music you listen to, but these playlists will be refreshed on a daily basis so you can experience more tunes. Daily Mix includes songs you like, as well as new tracks.

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Spotify launches Daily Mix for a fresh custom playlist updated every day was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 09/27/2016, 23:06. Read more

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You've probably played Crossy Road at some point in the last few years. It's been successful to the point that it has created something of its own sub-genre in casual gaming. If you see a game with a title following the pattern of "verb-y noun," you probably know what you're getting into. The latest title in that category is Looty Dungeon. It's published by Yodo1 (like Crossy Road), and I'll give you one guess what it's about.

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Find endless randomly generated loot in Looty Dungeon, from the publisher of Crossy Road was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 09/27/2016, 20:43. Read more

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Google News & Weather has an interesting history. After years of being included on Android devices with almost no changes, it moved to the Play Store and received a Material Design facelift in 2014. Now Google has added a 'Lite mode' to the application, designed to save bandwidth for users in India and other regions where data is at a premium.

As indicated in the screenshot, you can set Lite mode to activate automatically, or force it on or off.

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Google News & Weather 2.8 adds Lite mode, optimizes pages for slow connections was written by the awesome team at Android Police.



Published on www.androidpolice.com on 09/27/2016, 18:48. Read more



Google says Allo's Assistant and Smart Replies will work in Hindi, announces plenty more enhancements for the Indian market



Universal Studios Hollywood gets an Android app, more than 2 years after the Orlando theme park



Chromebook Pixel 2 gets Android apps on the Chrome OS stable channel



Chrome is getting better at saving data, even on videos, downloading pages for offline, and suggesting personalized content



WhatsApp's public group links are now live in the latest beta (bonus: quick media forward icon)



YouTube Go is a data-friendly version of YouTube, rolling out gradually in India



33 new and notable Android games from the last 2 weeks (9/13/16 - 9/26/16)



Spotify Premium for Family now available in Canada, same pricing as US



Microsoft SharePoint app released into early access on Google Play



Telegram adds photo masks, GIF creation, and trending stickers