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PushBullet

Today’s App of the Week, Pushbullet, made its debut appearance on the Google Play Store back in January, 2013, and has been recognized as one of the most functional, user-friendly, secure and feature-packed phone-to-computer notification mirroring services ever since. So, consequently, we’ve decided to bring the application its very own review here at Cult of Android.

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

Fenix

Fenix, Android’s best third-party Twitter client, has been removed from Google Play after Twitter began blocking tweets uploaded from the app over the weekend. Developer Matteo Villa promises to republish Fenix as soon as the problem is resolved, but it’s currently unclear why Twitter has an issue with his app.

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If you’re a frequent Android user, I’m pretty sure you have tons of accounts stored on your device, such as Facebook, Twitter and Dropbox, which sync several times throughout the day in order to provide you with information you’d expect to see the instant you open the app, without ever having to wait for the caches to update. However, you may not know that this process actually consumes a lot of your valuable battery juice. That’s why it’s important to control which applications sync automatically and which ones start configuring once you toggle the app.

Press Reader

For today’s Tuesday Tweak, we’re focusing our attention on a very flexible RSS reader app called Press. It can be scaled-down to a widget and fixed on either a handsets home or lock screen. Press provides its users with the tools they need to read and save news from all their favourites sources, which they can then share on multiple social media profiles, such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Google+.

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