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You can now rearrange your Instagram filters to make your favorite easier to find. Screenshots: Instagram

You can now rearrange your Instagram filters to make your favorite easier to find. Screenshots: Instagram

Instagram is today rolling out new updates on Android and iOS that bring an updated design, new features, and five new filters that Instagram says are its best yet. Inspired by the global community, the new filter set is the first Instagram has added in two years, and it’s designed to compliment the capabilities of modern smartphone cameras.

Manage your Clan Wars with the Advanced Warfare companion app. Screenshot: Google Play

Manage your Clan Wars with the Advanced Warfare companion app. Screenshot: Google Play

Advanced Warfare, the latest shooter form Activision’s hugely successful Call of Duty series, is out now on PC and consoles, and just like last year’s title, there’s a mobile companion app to go with it. Available now for Android and iOS, the free download lets you access your clan stats, edit your emblems, customize your classes, and more.

djay 2 is awesome — even on a Moto G. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

djay 2 is awesome — even on a Moto G. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Algoriddim’s awesome djay 2 app has long been one of the biggest and most successful music apps on iOS, rarely dropping out of the category’s top 10 paid charts. And today, for the first time ever, you can finally get it on Android, with all of the incredible features that has made djay 2 so successful on iPhone and iPad.

Skype Qik on iPhone. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Skype Qik on iPhone. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Others have tried and failed to knock Snapchat off its perch, and now Microsoft is throwing its hat into the ring with a new service that uses Skype as its backbone. It’s called Skype Qik, and it allows users on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone to send self-destructing videos up to 42 seconds long.

Image: Instagram/Hyperlapse

Image: Instagram/Hyperlapse

Instagram today brought added more features to its new Hyperlapse app for iOS, less than a month after it made its App Store debut. And yet, an Android version is still nowhere to be seen. It’s not that Instagram doesn’t want to bring Hyperlapse to Google Play, however — it’s that Android doesn’t currently offer the APIs it requires.

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