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ES File Explorer v3

ES File Explorer v3 Comes With A Fresh UI And Built-in Download Manager, To Allow App Data Backup Too

Remember ES File Explorer? You sure do. It’s one of the most downloaded file managers on the Play Store. However, the UI and iconography wasn’t one of the things the developers had nailed. Now though, they’re testing a revamped v3 of the app, and it comes off as a breath of fresh air. It’s got […]

Google Translate offline translation

Google Translate Gets Updated, Adds Offline Translation Support

Looks like Samsung’s S Translate app (debuted on the Galaxy S4) ruffled some feathers in Mountain View. Google has just pushed out an update for its Translate app, enabling support for offline text translate. It can now also read and translate text in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean with the help of your camera, ala Windows […]

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[Updated x2] Windows Phone Scores Half A Dozen Games, Including Gravity Guy 2 As An Exclusive

Six Eight games are debuting on Windows Phone today, and two of them are exclusive to Windows Phone. Two One more are is coming in a while, so it’s one of those big weeks for the Windows Phone platform as far as app launches go. The exclusive titles are Gravity Guy 2 and Fling Theory. I’ve been playing […]

Pandora for Windows Phone

Pandora Launches Its Windows Phone App, Windows Phone 8 And Minimum 512 RAM Required

Pandora had been one of those apps missing on the Windows Phone platform, until now. The music streaming service has finally released a Windows Phone version, albeit it’s region restricted. As a special gift to Windows Phone users, you get an ad-free experience for the rest of 2013. That’s still 9+ months to go. The […]

Google Babble

Google To Unify Its Chat Services Under The ‘Babble’ Moniker At I/O 2013

Google Talk in Gmail. Hangouts. Google+ Messenger. Google Voice. Google Talk in Google+. Tiring, right? Annoying. There are so many Google messaging apps at this moment, and none of them are anything close to good. Google Talk works, so do others, but each one of them misses certain features. For example, you can’t send attachments […]