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Android Pay comes to your apps. Photo: Google

Android Pay comes to your apps. Photo: Google

You can now use Android Pay to make purchases inside compatible Android apps. Lyft, OpenTable, and Wish are some of the titles that already support Google’s mobile payment service, and many more will be updated with Android Pay support in the coming months.

Parchi wants to help you stay productive on the go. Photo: Neowin

Parchi wants to help you stay productive on the go. Photo: Neowin

You know when you’re rushing to catch the train or the Starbucks barista is shouting at you to collect your coffee, but you need to jot down something important before you forget it? Well, Microsoft has the perfect app for that.

It’s called Parchi, and it’s a lightweight note-taking app that makes it faster and easier than ever to save the things that are most important to you.

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Live Screen Streaming streams apps as well as games. Screenshot: Sony

Owners of select Xperia devices can now live-stream their apps and games directly to YouTube and Twitch using Sony’s new Live Screen Streaming app, which is available to download for free right now from the Google Play Store.

LED Music Effect in action. Screenshot: Cult of Android

LED Music Effect in action. Screenshot: Cult of Android

You probably only ever notice your smartphone’s LED notification light when you have new alerts, but it can do so much more. If your handset is rooted, a new app called LED Music Effect can turn it into an awesomely colorful visualizer for your favorite tunes.

Google's headquarters in Mountain View. Photo: View

Google’s headquarters in Mountain View. Photo: View

Fancy a .app web address? You’re going to be buying it from Google. The search giant has splashed out just over $25 million on the entire .app web domain, which is around $19 million more than any other company has paid for a top-level domain so far.

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