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Flickr for Android is now even more beautiful thanks to a major new update that’s rolling out via Google Play today. In addition to its new design, the app has been completely rebuilt to make taking, editing, and uploading your photos even easier.

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Twitter advertisements promoting apps and games will now offer direct download links that make it easier and faster for users to obtain the titles that catch their eye.

Twitter teased the new feature several weeks ago and officially announced it today, but it has already been testing it with select companies, including Spotify, Deezer, and HotelTonight — so you may have already seen the new ads in your timeline.

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Tweedle for Twitter made its debut appearance on the Google Play Store at the start of 2013, and unsurprisingly the elegant, fluid and feature-packed third-party client took the entire Android user base by storm. So, as a result, we’ve decided to give this app its very own review right here on Cult of Android.

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Falcon Pro might not be available on the Play Store anymore but it is still considered among the best Twitter clients available for Android. Even though the app can now only be used by a limited number of users, the developer — Joaquim Verges — still drops in a huge update every once in a while to keep his existing user base happy.

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The new HTC One (M8) caused quite a storm when it officially launched last month with what appears to be an awfully large amount of ‘free space’ below the screen. Many people suggested that this space was left clear and embossed with an HTC logo, so that the multinational corporation could promote its company in a bolder manner.

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