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    There wasn’t much Google announced during the I/O 2016-opening keynote yesterday in terms of Play Store updates, mostly because the official Android app library has been revised and tweaked several times in the past few months, and the search giant unveiled a bunch of exciting new software products. But Instant Apps, of course, have a lot to do with Google Play, while the long overdue Android equivalent of a very popular iOS feature silently broke cover in the Developer Console help pages. No idea why Family Library wasn’t trumpeted and detailed on the Shoreline Amphitheatre stage in ...

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    Last week, we shot a Pocketnow Insider video called “Michael Fisher’s top five Windows Phone apps,” in which we showcased some of my preferred titles from the Windows 8 Store. At the end of that video (as is customary according to the Laws of the Internet) we asked you to provide some app suggestions of your own. And, ya'll being an overachieving bunch, we got a few more replies than we bargained for. In fact, we got so many excellent responses that it seemed a waste to let them dwindle into obscurity down in the YouTube comment section. So we scoured the submissions for your five ...

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    We all have smartphones or tablets, and at some point everyone is going to want to install an app or two on them. These apps fall into four groups: paid, free (with ads), free (with in-app purchases), and truly free. Notice how there are three kinds of "free", only one of which really is "free". The others all cost you something: watching ads, sharing personal information, paying for things inside the app, etc. It's the other kind of app that I want to focus on: paid apps. Apps that you've forking out your hard-earned money to download and install. I headed over to Twitter and asked my ...

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