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Today, Google started pushing out an update for its official Google+ application via the Play Store. In terms of added functionality, this upgrade brings users the ability to cast their timeline to any Chromecast connected TV, in addition to a handful of bug fixes, stability improvements and speed optimizations.


Do you have an application you’re planning to uninstall and want to make sure that all your precious data stored within the app is completely deleted? If so, you may want to listen up as today we’re going to show you how to do just that. It’s not a hard task by any means; it’s quite simple, in fact, but you will have to spend a moment navigating through the settings in order to locate the correct option.

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Some apps are about transforming productivity and making it easier to achieve the kind of tasks we need to carry out on a daily basis. Others are just about annoying your friends.

CatFacts has all four paws firmly in the latter camp. You see, several years ago a super-popular thread turned up on Reddit, telling the story of a user whose young cousin shared his new phone number on Facebook. Without letting him know who was behind it, the older cousin began trolling his younger relative with unprompted “Cat Facts” which he had apparently signed up to, but which didn’t provide an easy way to unsubscribe.

Over a series of messages, the young cousin’s initial bewilderment turns into fury, while transforming the thread itself into pure Internet gold.


Amazon’s Android-powered Fire TV was making headlines over the weekend after becoming the first and only device to offer the new Flappy Birds Family game, and to ensure it doesn’t slip out of the limelight, the retail giant just rolled out a bunch of new live streaming apps — including, Animal Planet Live, and Watch Disney.


For today’s Tuesday Tweak, we’re focusing our attention on SlideLock, an elegant, user-friendly and feature-packed third-party lockscreen replacement, which only launched for Android back in January. The app is currently available to download on devices running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and above, but compatibility is expected for older versions of the open-source operating system sometime soon.

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