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More Samsung Galaxy Alpha details emerge: This may not be the Prime you’re looking for

We just recently saw our first look at the purported Galaxy Alpha, and now a new set of pictures and more details have emerged that give us a better indication of just what this device is. New clear pictures from SamMobile show off the Galaxy Alpha next to the known quantity that is the Galaxy S5, confirming that the Alpha is indeed a smaller device with a slightly different look.

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Twitch for Android picks up an update with a brand new interface and more

Twitch for Android has just received a rather nice update, which introduces a new user interface alongside some other handy features to really ramp up the overall streaming (or rather ‘viewing’ in this case) experience. If you’re not familiar with Twitch, it’s a popular destination for those interested in video games where people can stream footage live from their computers and consoles for others to watch and enjoy.

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BBC Sports Android app adds Chromecast support and more

The BBC Sports app for Android has been updated today with a few new features, most notably a way for the app to connect to a Chromecast HDMI dongle for the first time so that live and on-demand video from the app can be streamed from a smartphone or tablet to a big screen television.

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Monument Valley to get more levels, could double playtime

Monument Valley, the popular and critically acclaimed optical illusion based puzzle game, will be getting some new content in the near future that could double the amount of its current game time.

Apps of the Week: Leo’s Fortune, PassAndroid, Topia and more!

There’s no better time than a Saturday afternoon to sit down and check out some new apps for your Android, and we hope to kick off that weekend content discovery with our Apps of the Week column. Once a week we round up an app from each of the writers here at Android Central, and get a quick explanation of why they chose that particular app.

This week we’re looking at a couple of great game  [Read More…]

Dead Trigger 2 gets major update with new weapons, story content and more

Developer Madfinger Games has released a major new update to their free-to-play zombie first person shooter Dead Trigger 2, adding in a ton of content such as new weapons, more of the game’s story campaign and additional features.

Scribd app gets updated with revamped look and more

The Scribd app for Android, which give users access to hundreds of thousands of ebooks for one monthly fee, just got a new version published in the Google Play Store, with a number of new features and a redesign of the app itself.

Google Play Music and All Access comes to 6 more countries

Google has enabled support for Google Play Music and All Access to the following new countries today: Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and Ukraine. Now folks in those parts of the world will be able to stream their own music from Google to any Android or iOS device — or their computer — as well as sign up for All Access and listen to Google’s catalog of tunes for a monthly fee. We love seeing  [Read More…]

There are now more Android Wear apps than Google Glass apps

Less than three weeks after the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live were launched as the first Android Wear devices, the number of apps in the Google Play Store that support these watches exceeds the number of Glassware apps Google has been curating for over a year.

Measuring the success of a platform happens in many different ways, with metrics that are only usually important to specific groups of people. Sales, more specifically market share,  [Read More…]

The lettrs app comes to Android for more personal messages

The free lettrs app (yes, there’s no capital letters in its name), which offers a more personal way to create messages and share them with others, is now available for Android devices via both Google Play and the Amazon Appstore.