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Alert! Alert! If you use Instagram’s Android app, complete strangers could be looking at your photos of appetizers and makeup techniques right now! …which is kind of the point of Instagram, I suppose. But security researcher Mazin Ahmed discovered that the app uses standard HTTP to transmit photos, cookies, and authentication (including usernames and unique

Sometimes you can look at a game and tell exactly what it’s going to be about. Okay, most of the time you can look at a game and tell what it’s going to be about. But every now and then a title¬†comes along that really just wants to be different. Kapsula is a cross between

Android has always made it easy to replace default apps, but managing the defaults still isn’t very good. Even the recent improvements to the “complete action” dialog box are only half measures. Always or just once? Surely there’s room for more nuance? That’s what Better Open With gives you.    This app started as an

The Comic-Con special editions of Andrew Bell’s Android figurines are always special, and this year is no exception. These limited-edition Heroes & Villains II figures were available in San Diego last week on the show floor, but now you can pick them up in a 4-piece bundle for yourself. It’s priced reasonably at $40, which

Swiftkey was recently updated with a theme store and a free price tag, but there were still some nagging concerns. While Swiftkey offers good autocorrect, emoji, and swipe input, it also lags pretty noticeably in some instances. The new update will (allegedly) fix that. The keyboard has had a nasty habit as of late where

The Google Play Developer Console has undergone some pretty major changes over the years, including a complete overhaul 2 years ago. While the improvements continue to make for a more powerful and usable tool, some developers still find areas where it could be better. Google’s engineers don’t have time to build everything for everybody, but

You’ve got to respect the classics. And since the developers (or rights owners) of games like Civilization, Starcraft, and Age of Empires aren’t releasing their classics on Android, or they’re turning them into twisted versions of the originals, strategy fans need an alternative. Enter ExaGear, an emulator designed to let those fans play at least

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 2 weeks or so. Please wait for this page to load in full in order to see the widgets, which include ratings and pricing info. Looking

Google’s announcement of Android TV made it clear that a final product wasn’t ready for store shelves, but it was certainly getting close. While Google is finishing up the software and hardware for an official release later this year, developers have been invited to begin work on their own apps. For most, that means firing

Popular password manager Keeper has updated its Android app today with two big new features: web password auto-fill and encrypted cloud file storage. They’re called Keeper FastFill and Keeper Secure File Storage, and they’re available now. Here’s the blurb from the Play Store listing: Announcing Keeper Secure File Storage, the best way to store and

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