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Vine for Android Released; Not in Sync with iOS

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Vine for Android released by Twitter: Twitter announced on Monday that Vine for Android is finally available. The app, which has lived exclusively on iOS for five months now, is available on the Google Play Store. Read More »

Android Apps Downloaded 500 Million More Times A Month Than iOS

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  Android Apps Downloads Dominating iOS? Apps are very important to a mobile OS as without quality Apps, a device and mobile operating system just wouldn’t function as it should. The idea of an App is to allow the OS users to create their own functions to use with their OS. The amount of quality apps in the Google Play ... Read More »

TapThatTech now helping Provide Online Services

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Online Service Provided: TapThaTech are now helping a new a fast growing Company who provide Online Services They are fast growing and have already helped 1000′s of users grow their website/blog or business in a variety of ways. They help get the word out their, and grow your businesses visibility and priority. The services they provide are things such as: ... Read More »

Flickr Making a Come Back; 1TB of FREE Cloud Picture Storage

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  Flickr Cloud Picture Storage (1TB!); Yahoo just had their Flickr press conference where they unveiled some new features for Flickr, their photo sharing site. With the hopes of making Flickr “Awesome again”. Well they may have just done just that. Read More »

Google+ Receives Game Changing Update; 41 New Features

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  Google+ Receives a Huge Update; 41 New Features We here at Android Headlines love Google Plus. So when we get news of a huge update we are understandably excited. The update announced by Google today definitely qualifies for a few claps of appreciation. Read More »

Google to Finally Sync App Data Across Devices; No More Backups?

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App Data Sync to become available? For years Android users from across the world have asked Google to provide a service similar to iCloud backup. Sadly all we have is a service that will re install all the apps you had on a previous phone or tablet etc. While this is certainly useful, it is always a huge pain to ... Read More »

Google+ A Ghost Town; Loosing out to Twitter and Facebook

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Google gloated last fall that their social networking site Google+ had reached 400 million members,  however of this 400 million users, Google went on to say that around a quarter (100 million) were active users of the service. With this said however, its well known that Brands, Businesses and Enterprises are still choosing to ignore Google+ for whatever reason. The ... Read More »

Blackberry Messenger on its Way to Android

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BBM (Blackberry Messenger) is Coming to Android: It may be too little too late for Blackberry all around, at least that seems to be the general consensus around town. Yet again, Blackberry has made a promising yet rather untimely announcement. Read More »

5G Plans; Samsung to Launch 5G Wireless By 2020

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5G Wireless Technology by Samsung: It’s looking more and more like within 10 years we’ll all be using gigabit Internet, however not just through fiber, but also through the wireless network, if Samsung has something to say about it with their plan to launch 1 Gbps 5G technology by 2020. Yes, we’ve only just got 4G and that’s still rolling out, ... Read More »

Google Abandons Google Wallet Physical Card; No need for a Physical Card

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  Google Wallet Card Abandoned: We all know about Google Wallet right? That’s Google’s mobile payment service. Now there are two parts to it. There’s the Google Wallet NFC function where you can use your phone to pay for things at McDonalds, Meijer, etc., then there’s the on-the-web function. Basically when you purchase a Nexus device from the Play Store, ... Read More »

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