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Chrome For Android Bumped To v36 With Improved Text Rendering On Non-Mobile Sites, Desktop Chrome Updated As Well

Chrome-ThumbThe Chrome developers have released a new version of their browser that may not have a particularly exciting changelog, but it does lead to a better browsing experience. Version 36 should make text on those websites that don’t have a mobile alternative render somewhat better. This, combined with non-specified performance improvements and bug fixes should result in more enjoyable browser use.

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Text rendering on a non-mobile website using a previous version of Chrome.

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AppsToOranges – Invites available

I just scored an invite to the new AppsToOranges app recommendation site and have a bunch of invites to share. To get one leave a comment and send a message to us via email or twitter (oldandroidsite@gmail.com / @oldandroidsite) remember that you have to do both to qualify.

You may be wondering what their site is all about. Well here is a little description from their site:

Apps & Oranges helps people find and recommend the best apps for getting stuff done. It’s social Q&A: Question & Apps. For example:

What are the best gps apps for iPhone? What are the best time tracking apps for the web? What are the best news apps for iPad?

Help make the site great: Add apps you’ve used and love. Write comments you’d be glad you read if someone else wrote it.

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App 2 SD Pro – Free Amazon App of the Day 8/18/11

Name: App 2 SD Pro

Description:

Imagine if you had to manually open and delete each junk e-mail from your inbox. Just the thought may make you invariably grateful for those little checkboxes and the mass-delete option. Digital is great; streamlining digital is better. App 2 SD Pro does what your phone can already do, but it does it better by streamlining a manual process.

If you’re app happy, you’ve got a lot of apps that take up internal space and slow down your phone. Moving apps from your internal storage to your SD card is the remedy. Taking the time to do it is the problem, unless you’ve got App 2 SD Pro.

…If You’re Phone Savvy
Your phone is moving at a snail’s pace, so you venture into your settings, check your available internal storage and SD storage space, and move capable apps to your SD card to free up a little space on your phone. The problem with this method is that all apps aren’t capable of SD card storage, so you have to manually check each app.

…And If You’re Not
The Better Way
Stop Hunting for SD Card Capable Apps
Apps with SD card capability are alphabetically listed under the Movable tab in the App 2 SD Pro interface. The Android OS does not do this for you. View the app icon, name, and file size. Tap the app to view data, code, and to open or uninstall the app. Clear the cache, or choose the Clear Cache option from the menu to clear them all.

Choose to move an app to the SD card individually, or choose the Move All option from the menu. Badda bing, badda boom, declare internal space restored!

You can also enable App to SD Pro to send a notification when you install an app that can be stored on your SD card.

A Snazzy Interface, to Boot
Three tabs provide you complete app management: Movable, On SD card, and Phone Only. Movable and SD Card apps can be moved between your SD card and internal storage easily. Phone Only apps are non-movable. Each tab provides you the total space used and available space.

Not only does App 2 SD Pro offer a handy functionality to make your life a little easier, but it looks pretty cool too. The wood and steel graphics add an aesthetic appeal so often lacking in utility apps. There’s nothing wrong with cleaning up and looking good while doing it.

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Best Games On Amazon Appstore for Under a Dollar

Here are a list of some premium games that you can get for the low low price of 99 cents. If you are looking for some great games at a great price check these out. Also for alittle bit of fun compare these prices to the same app on the Android Market. In most cases you will be looking at $2 or more, so enjoy the HALF OFF!


Name: Angry Birds (ad free)
Angry Birds is probably the most popular game out there. This is the ad free version that frees up your screen to hit the target a little more accurately. All for a measly 99 cents!
Description:

Download Link: http://goo.gl/49CPf (Amazon.com)

Name: Cut the Rope (ad free)

Description:
Feed the Om Nom his candy to keep him happy, without all the ads. Cool physics based game where you have to cut the rome (obviously) at the right time to line up the fall.

Download Link: http://goo.gl/t1zxG (Amazon.com)

Name: Fruit Ninja (ad free)

Description:
Swipe the screen to be a Fruit Ninja. 3 modes of gameplay, arcade, zen and classic. Again, with no ads! Under a buck!

Download Link: http://goo.gl/IwH8U (Amazon.com)

Name: ZENONIA (ad free)

Description:
One of the first and arguably the best RPGs available for Android. Based on all of the classics from NES and SNES systems. All for under a buck!

Download Link: http://goo.gl/TlHVy (Amazon.com)

Name: ZENONIA 2 (ad free)

Description:
Sequel to the above game (duh). A vast improvement to the look of it. If you are more into some of the newer styled RPGs this would be the way to go, otherwise go with the first one.

Download Link: http://goo.gl/9Ti7A (Amazon.com)

Name: Frogger (ad free)

Description:
The classic game of “get the from to the top of the screen”. All the stuff you know and love from the old school game, with a huge improvement in the graphics.

Download Link: http://goo.gl/oYbC8 (Amazon.com)

Name: Pinball Deluxe (ad free)

Description:
Pinball was a mainstay before the world of video games, and now you can get it on your state of the art Android phone. For just 99 cents!

Download Link: http://goo.gl/4MZLO (Amazon.com)

Name: Hungry MonstR (ad free)

Description:
Keep the monsters away from your ice cream. There is a quick play (3 minutes) or the Endless Rainbow mode which is (wait for it…) endless.

Download Link: http://goo.gl/S12Gt (Amazon.com)

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