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Wunderlist lists on the Moto 360. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Wunderlist lists on the Moto 360. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Wunderlist has today made its Android Wear component ten times more useful by allowing you to display selected lists on your wrist. It makes it incredibly easy to keep track of your tasks and to-dos while you’re on the go, and it’s super simple to use.

The Google Play Edition One M8 is no more. Photo: HTC

The Google Play Edition One M8 is no more. Photo: HTC

The day pure Android fans have been dreading is finally here; the last remaining Google Play Edition smartphone — the HTC One M8 — has been removed from the Play Store, almost certainly confirming the end of Google’s program. The only pure Android smartphones you can buy from the search giant now are its own Nexus handsets.

Amazon has pulled the plug on its Apple Pay rival. Photo: Apple

Amazon has pulled the plug on its Apple Pay rival. Photo: Apple

Amazon jumped into the mobile payments market a few months before Apple Pay launched, but the company is already pulling the plug on its first mobile wallet solution: Amazon Wallet.

Emails were sent out to customers this week from Amazon, alerting them that the service would be shutting down soon. The service was still in beta but it came preinstalled on the Amazon Fire Phone. The move comes just six months after Amazon Wallet made its debut.

Instagram for Android is now available in beta form. Photo: Instragram

Instagram for Android is now available in beta form. Photo: Instragram

Love sharing your snaps and getting your hands on new software before its public release? Then you’re definitely going to want to sign up for Instagram’s new beta testing program on Android, which lets you try out upcoming features long before they hit Google Play.

Lightroom for Android is identical to its iOS counterpart. Photo: Adobe

Lightroom for Android is identical to its iOS counterpart. Photo: Adobe

If you need to fix your photos in a flash while you’re out and about, look no further than Adobe Lightroom, which is now available on Android. In addition to fine tuning your images on the fly, it syncs with your existing Lightroom workflow on the desktop to help you become even more efficient out in the field.

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