Talon for Twitter updated with support for Marshmallow

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Klinker has just started rolling out an update for its official Talon for Twitter application via the Play Store. In terms of added functionality, this upgrade transports compatibility for Marshmallow, alongside several much-needed bug fixes, including the long-awaited removal of the 160-character limit for Direct Messages.

Hit the break for the full changelog.

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Verizon starts rolling out Android 5.1.1 update with Stagefright fix for the Nexus 7

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Verizon has finally started rolling out the long-awaited Android 5.1.1 update to its carrier-branded variant of the second-generation Nexus 7. In addition to the latest consumer build of the open-source operating system, this upgrade also transports a much-needed patch for the device’s ever-so-scary Stagefright vulnerability.

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[APK Download] Play Books v3.6 adds some new features for easy reading

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Google is currently rolling out an update to their Play Books app used for ereading that brings some changes designed to make it easier to use when challenged by formatting issues. These issues can crop up for users when they need to adjust things like zoom levels or scroll settings only to lose them when switching titles. The new 3.6 version of Play Books will remember a user’s options. Google also indicates in their change log that this new version was built against the Android “M” SDK, so the app should be ready when Marshmallow starts to hit devices. Read more

Pushbullet gets new update with end-to-end encryption

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Pushbullet has received a new update in the Play Store. Users will be glad to know, the update brings a major enhancement to privacy. Notification mirroring, universal copy and paste and SMS will now be encrypted on both ends. Information sent through Pushbullet is now kept private and your data is only visible to you. The update won’t bring any changes to features in the app and everything will remain untouched.

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