Take Certain Android Apps for a Test spin VIA Amazon Appstore’s Test Drive Beta Feature

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Amazon Appstore has begun to test a new feature of the store, call Test Drive, which will allow you to use an app for a trial period, then you can go ahead an purchase the app or not, which is an amazing gift to many android users, that find that sometimes Apps aren’t what they say they are, or your device just doesn’t play nice with certain apps, either way if the feature is available for your device you might want to check it out before your next app purchase, for more check out the Amazon Appstore.

Twitter’s TweetDeck Released Windows & Mac OS Desktop Apps

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When it comes to Tweetdeck many people might be shocked to know that Twitter has purchased the App, and has updated the app to now be without certain features because of the removal of Adobe AIR from the Apps foundation, which also makes the app not longer Cross Platform, but instead you can now use a client designed for Windows or Mac OS Desktops, for more check out TweetDeck.

Get Custom Widgets and More with Elixir 2 for Android

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If your into making your own Custom Widgets or doing other things that require you to dig a bit deeper into your Android device then you need not look further than the program Elixir 2 for Android.

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