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Screenshot: Goat Simulator/Google Play.

Screenshot: Goat Simulator/Google Play.

Ever fantasized about being a goat? Of course you haven’t. But you’d be surprised by just how entertaining it can be — especially when that goat is hellbent on destroying everything and near indestructible. With Goat Simulator now available on Android and iOS, that’s exactly what you can be — while at work, in the library, at a coffee shop, or just at home.

Photo: Microsoft

Photo: Microsoft

Microsoft today updated its OneNote application for Android to add support for Android Wear, allowing users to add new notes using their voice on devices like the Moto 360, the LG G Watch, and the Samsung Gear Live. The feature means you can quickly add things you don’t want to forget to your notebooks without even taking out your smartphone.

Billy for Android. Screenshots: Killian Bell/Google Play.

Billy, a new Android app for music lovers, helps you keep up with current music trends by presenting you with the latest Billboard chart and allowing you to sample each and every track. It also gives you handy links to official YouTube videos, and helps you find albums by the artists you enjoy.

Image: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

Image: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

Google has confirmed plans to bring an offline mode to YouTube that will allow users to download videos and watch them later without a data connection. The feature will be rolled out to users “in the coming weeks,” but there is a catch.

Image: Google

Image: Google

Google today announced the first crop of Android One smartphones at an event in India. With prices starting at just $105, the devices are designed to give those in emerging markets a stock Android experience and all the benefits that brings on a “high quality” device with a super affordable price tag.

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