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Runtastic Gets Updated With Fit Integration, Will Synchronize Your Activity’s Stats With Google’s Platform

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My love for Runtastic grows by the day. Not only is the service very useful to track my runs and hikes, but its Android app is almost always on the forefront of the latest Google and Android features and guidelines. Case in point: it was one of the first fitness apps to add support for Android Wear and it just got updated with Google Fit integration.

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The first time you launch the app you’ll be asked to give it access to your Google account (or you can find the option under Settings, Partner Accounts) so it can view and store activity information, location data, and body sensor data (presumably heart rate stats).

Runtastic Gets Updated With Fit Integration, Will Synchronize Your Activity’s Stats With Google’s Platform was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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[Deal Alert] Get $115 Worth Of Apps And Games For Free On The Amazon Appstore, Including Plex, Unpossible, And Boxer Pro

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Amazon seems rather ecstatic about giving its users a lot of free software lately. Not content with one free app of the day, the Appstore multiplied that by forty, got the total savings over a Franklin and Hamilton combined, and is giving you until Saturday to grab as many as you want. Granted, some of the apps and games were previously offered during one of the store’s daily deals, but this is a good opportunity to catch up if you missed them earlier.

[Deal Alert] Get $115 Worth Of Apps And Games For Free On The Amazon Appstore, Including Plex, Unpossible, And Boxer Pro was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Google+ Gets A Minor Update To v4.7 With Bug Fixes And Some UI Changes [APK Download]

ggLet’s close out update Wednesday with Google+. It’s not a very important update, with only a few small fixes and changes in the interface. But hey, an update is an update. The APK is available below.

What’s New

Google has not graced us with a blog post or changelog to detail exactly what’s different this time. So far we’ve spotted a new button for joining communities that pops up at the bottom of the screen, as well as a gear icon for accessing community settings.

Google+ Gets A Minor Update To v4.7 With Bug Fixes And Some UI Changes [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Google Drive Updated To v2.1 With Improved Search, Enhanced PDF Reader, And Custom Sharing Messages [APK Download]

unnamedDid you think update Wednesday was over? Not yet, my friend. Google also pushed out a new version of Drive, and it’s a solid update. The bump to v2.1 brings some changes to searching, sharing, and the way PDFs are handled. As usual, there’s an APK below for you.

What’s New

The improved search features in v2.1 allow you to see results as you’re typing, so you might only need to peck out a few letters to find what you’re looking for.

Google Drive Updated To v2.1 With Improved Search, Enhanced PDF Reader, And Custom Sharing Messages [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Google Stars Appears To Be Back As ‘Bookmark Manager’ For Chrome

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We’ve been seeing bits and pieces (and fully functional prototypes) of Google Stars for a long time now. The tool, which for now acts as a replacement for Chrome’s bookmark manager, has been in development even longer, but it looks like the Chrome extension might finally be ready to roll (assuming it doesn’t get pulled again) as Google released “Bookmark Manager” to the Chrome Web Store earlier today.

Despite the new name, the extension takes over chrome://bookmarks just as before, with options to organize bookmarks into folders, give those folders descriptions, and even share folders with others.

Google Stars Appears To Be Back As ‘Bookmark Manager’ For Chrome was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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