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Google Voice for Android finally gets mass texting capabilities

Author:engadget.com

Google Voice for Android

Sweet jumpin’ Jehoshaphat, it finally happened — Google Voice for Android now supports sending text messages to multiple recipients. Being able to have a single, archived repository of texts is great, but it was always somewhat bewildering that while you could send a mass SMS…

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Google Books updated, promising “better support for 7-inch tablets”

Author:Richard Devineandroidcentral.com

Android Central

Hot on the heels of Barnes and Nobles’ latest update to the Nook for Android app, Google have followed suit with a little update to their own Google Books app.

The changelog touts the ability to +1 a book while reading, in book search and landscape mode for flowing text on phones, and perhaps more…

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The last version of Adobe Flash you’ll download for mobile (until the next bugfix that is)

Author: Phil Nickinsonandroidcentral.com

Adobe Flash

Here it is, folks, the last version of Adobe Flash Player for mobile. Final. Kaput. Only, not really. While Adobe has halted work on future versions, we’re still likely — very likely — to see the odd bugfix here and there. So head…

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Kindle Fire Won’t Run All Android Apps, Amputates APIs

Author:phandroid.com

I’m a huge fan of the upcoming Amazon Kindle Fire: priced at ridiculously low $200 (and available for pre-order), it’s sure to be one 2011′s holiday sensations. It’s rare you find an Android device that affordable, and when you do, it’s usually some overseas wannabe tablet they sell in a drug store. The Amazon Kindle, though, is fully featured. Almost.

Amazon has already stated there…

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Dailymotion Video Stream app announced for Android

Author:Chris Parsonsandroidcentral.com

Dailymotion

There is a lot of streaming video services out there these days aside from Youtube. One of the more popular ones is Dailymotion. While Dailymotion has had a web launcher app available for quite some time now, they’ve gone ahead and scrapped all previous versions and released Dailymotion Video Stream — essentially, a full fledged Android app offering all of what you would expect.

A new UI is now in place…

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