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Flamingo twitter client is making waves around the world

Flamingo twitter client is making waves around the world

Flamingo twitter client is making waves around the world. Flamingo wants to be the go-to Twitter client that everyone wants to use and there’s a lot of good reasons for it too. The news feed took a very simplistic approach to news content delivery. With making this a content focus twitter client, some functionality has been hidden from plain site …

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MPOW 3 in 1 Lens kit for your photography needs

Going to test out the MPOW 3 in 1 Lens kit over the next few days...

With smartphone becoming more and more the device of choice for point and shoot, it’s no secret that we were bound to see adaptable lenses for our devices. I’m going to test out the MPOW 3 in 1 Lens kit over the next few days… Having had the pleasure of using the MPOW 3 in 1 lens kit that MPOW …

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Google Translate gets a versatile translate button

Google Translate gets a versatile translate button

Google Translate gets a versatile translate button; This is perfect. “Mes lecons de français sont finis pour le saison”.  I’m going to miss practicing some french with folks in a room.  I guess it’s back to Duolingo for me.  (anyone else out there parles Français? and want to help quiz me now and again) Ryan had a bit more to …

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Gmail exchange has been released or updated

Gmail exchange has been release or updated

Gmail exchange has been released or updated in some cases. This should come as no surprise to anyone that Google would add the well sought out “exchange” feature that would allow the typical business worker to have access to his work email directly on his Android device. The latest update to Gmail combined with the Exchange module will now allow …

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Adguard’s road map for version 3.0 & 4.0 in the world of AdBlocking

Adguard

I’ve been talking with Adguard lately and I wanted what Adguard’s road map for version 3.0 & 4.0 in the world of AdBlocking would be. They we’re kind enough to point out some very interesting aspects. They wanted to highlight that with the current release they’ll be bringing some additional improvements to the HTTPS filtering protocol they’ve added. As they …

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Adguard latest android update brings HTTPS filtering to users

Adguard adblocking

Adguard latest android update brings HTTPS filtering to users. With the implementation of this feature in Adguard, users are going to notice that a lot of the HTTPS traffic will now be filtered to remove those pesky ads that started showing up again. Blocking ads just got more power!  I’m also looking forward to a few of the fixes that …

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Alto Android app from AOL redefining information consolidation for ease

Most of you are familiar with AOL. It was the company that was at the pinnacle of the internet in the 90’s. Still today, AOL remains very relevant. With Alto mail for Android, AOL’s is doing just that. Redefining information consolidation to make it easier for you to access all of it. Interested to know more? Head over to Android Coliseum …

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