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Android 4.4.3 tipped by one of Google’s apps

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App that helps schools set up tablets mentions Android 4.4.3 in recent changelog

Android 4.4.3 still hasn’t been officially announced or anything, but it’s still officially pinging our servers, and not in a way that suggests it’s just kids playing with their build.prop file. And on April 16 the Google Edu Device Setup app — an official app straight from Google that helps set up tablets purchased through Google Apps for Education — was updated for Android 4.4.3 support.



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AllCast receiver app arrives in Amazon Appstore for Fire TV

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Coming up tightly behind the launch of Amazon’s Fire TV, well-known developer Koush has brought his popular AllCast streaming app to the box. While it was available previously as a simple app to sideload for yourself manually, you can now get it through the Amazon Appstore officially.

Paired up with the AllCast app on your Android phone or tablet, AllCast on the Fire TV enables you to throw content from your mobile device to an otherwise dumb TV with the Fire TV playing as a receiver. With the app installed you can now seamlessly switch between content sources and your choice of inputs on the TV — whether it be a Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV or now a Fire TV.

The app is free in the Amazon Appstore at the source link below, or you can simply search for the app on your Fire TV and it’ll show up right away.

Source: Amazon Appstore



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LG G-Pad 8.3 sees insane price cut at Tesco UK, now available for £119

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UK supermarket Tesco has a sweet deal for anyone looking for a brand new Android tablet. The white LG G-Pad is now available for just £119, part of the supermarket’s Easter Deals. That’s a massive saving of £130 for an 8-inch tablet with a quad-core chip and 16GB internal storage. While it’s the Wi-Fi model, we’re still filing this under “awesome deals”. Be quick though, it only runs until Tuesday.



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Sony to roll out Android 4.4 to Xperia Z hardware in May

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Sony is set to bring Android 4.4 (KitKat) to consumers this coming May, according to the Sony website. Those who own older Xperia Z products will be updated to the later version of the operating system. This covers the Xperia Z, ZL, ZR and the Xperia Tablet Z. We previously looked at the company’s plans to bring Android 4.3 and 4.4 to its portfolio of Android hardware, which revealed a mid-Q2 launch for KitKat on older Xperia Z-series devices.



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Google Camera gets an overhaul, released into Play Store for KitKat devices

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Google’s official camera app has received an update today with a few new things. We’ve got a new background blur effect that has become all the rage with SLR wannabes like the HTC One M8 and a new UI with extra-big capture button. It’s also worth noting that the aspect ratio of the shot is properly reflected in the preview now, a longtime issue with the old stock Camera app. And the much maligned radial menu for controlling shooting modes has been dumped too, replaced with an overflow menu near the shutter key, which gives access to guidelines, HDR, flash and the front camera.

The new version has a lot in common with recent leaks purporting to show future Gmail and Calendar apps. It’ll be great to see what else gets updated in the near future, as Google appears to be exploring a new visual direction for its Android apps.

Photospheres have been updated as well and now support resolutions of up to 50 megapixels.

The update is available for phones and tablets on Android 4.4 and up, so you don’t need a Nexus or GPe device to take it for a spin. Download it now and let us know what you think.



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