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BBM on your Android Wear watch. Photo: BlackBerry

BBM on your Android Wear watch. Photo: BlackBerry

BlackBerry has rolled out a welcome BBM update for Android that finally brings custom PINs, support for Android Wear, and other new features you’ve been waiting for.

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“While you were away” in action. Photo: Twitter

Twitter’s new “While you were away” feature, which helps you catch up with some of the interesting things you might have missed while you were offline, is now available on Android through the official Twitter app.

Android devs beware. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Android devs beware. Screenshot: Cult of Android

If you’re an Android developer, nothing makes you panic quite like a term violation email from Google that threatens to pull your app from the Play Store. It’s even more worrying when it turns out to be a complete fake designed to steal your Google login credentials.

The One's built-in camera app doesn't do its 13MP sensor justice. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of  Android

The One’s built-in camera app doesn’t do its 13MP sensor justice. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

The default camera app that’s baked into the OnePlus One’s CyanogenMod 11S software doesn’t do its 13-megapixel sensor much justice, so many use a third-party alternative. Now there’s another that could better than anything you’ll find in Google Play.

It’s the default camera app from ColorOS, and it brings features like 4K video recording, the ability to capture 50-megapixel photos, and support for the RAW image format.

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VLC just lost its beta tag on Android, almost three years after making its Google Play debut, and it’s about to get a whole lot more useful. With an upcoming release, the popular media player will get the ability to stream all of your videos straight to your TV via a Chromecast.

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