AllCast streams your Android content to Apple TV, Xbox, Roku, and DLNA

If you've ever felt the urge to stream video from your smartphone to the TV, there’s a new app for Android that makes it fairly easy to have your local content played on an Internet-capable television or set-top box. Apple TV, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Samsung Smart TVs, Panasonic Smart TVs, Google TV, and DLNA Renderers are all compatible. What's cool about AllCast is that it can stream photos or videos on the TV and use the phone or...

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Spotify expands to 20 new countries, now free on Android and iOS

Spotify is now free on mobile; well, kind of free. The latest version of the music streaming service removes the need to have a $9.99 monthly premium subscription to listen to anything other than Spotify Radio on a mobile device. However, there are still some rules that make a Spotify Premium account still worth having for some users. Spotify Radio has until now been the only way to listen on a mobile device without paying a monthly...

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Follow today’s FIFA World Cup Draw with the official FIFA app

In a few hours, the FIFA World Cup Draw will take place and tell football/soccer fans where the groups where their beloved national teams will play in the World Cup. If you can’t be near a television to see the draw take place, or if you just want to have some extra information while you wait, try out this app. The FIFA Official App is the official app of the world football governing body and organizer of its quadrennial tournament....

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Google Play Music Now Stores Cache Music on Your SD Card

One of the things I love about the Android OS is just how well it plays with Micro SD cards and now it's about to get even better. Google has announced that Google Play Music will now be able to "store cached or pinned music on external storage." This means no more wasting your limited internal memory on your Google Play Music offline files. This feature will come with the new Google Play Music version 5.3 which is expected to start...

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VSCO Cam for Android – hands-on with a better photography app

Apple iPhone users know VSCO Cam as their preferred camera app thanks to its unique settings and wealth of preset editing tricks. Android users will soon know it as the latest in a long line of popular photography apps that have arrived to improve the photo-taking powers of their Samsung Galaxy, HTC One, Nexus 5, or other phone. VSCO Cam for Android launched today and it offers many, though not all, of the benefits seen on the iPhone...

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Android and iPhone apps go on sale for Black Friday

Black Friday marks the day that millions of shoppers crowd malls to get big discounts on clothes, electronics, toys, and gifts for others - or themselves - but you don’t even need to leave the comfort of your own home to get big discounts on apps. Here’s a list of Android and iPhone apps that are on sale for a limited time. Android apps VidTrim Pro Video Editor to trim video clips InstaPlace to see great photos based around a location...

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