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Top Paid Android Apps Pack 02.06.2013

Top Paid Android Apps Pack 02.05.2013
Top Paid Android Apps Pack 02.06.2013 | 2.78 GB

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Top Paid Android Games Pack - 13 May 2013 - FL

Top Paid Android Games Pack - 13 May 2013 - FL | 1.00 GB
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3D Pool Game v1.0.0.apk
8th Wave Abyssal Rise v1.1.apk
Active Soccer v1.3.1.apk
Alpha Squadron v1.4.9.apk
Anger of Stick 3 v1.0.1 (Free shopping).apk
Angry Birds Friends v1.0.0.part1.rar
Angry Birds Friends v1.0.0.part2.rar
Angry Birds Star Wars HD v1.2.2.part1.rar
Angry Birds Star Wars HD v1.2.2.part2.rar
Anthill v1.0.8.apk
APO Snow v1.0.5.apk
Bad Roads v1.321 Mod (Ad-Free).apk
Battle Alert - Empire Defense v1.5.3.apk
Bean Bean Bang v1.6.apk
Beyond Ynth HD v1.7.apk
Bike Race Pro by T. F. Games v2.3.2.apk
Block Story v5.4 FULL.apk
Boulder Dash -XL v1.0.3.apk
Bridge Constructor Playground v1.2 Build 102184.apk
Bunny Mania 2 v1.0.11.part1.rar
Bunny Mania 2 v1.0.11.part2.rar
Can Knockdown 2 v1.11.apk
Carmageddon v1.0.253.part1.rar
Carmageddon v1.0.253.part2.rar
Carmageddon v1.0.253.part3.rar
Carmageddon v1.0.253.part4.rar
Carmageddon v1.0.253.part5.rar
Chundos + turbo v1.0.2 Mod (Map unlocked).apk
Crazy Chicken Deluxe v2.1.2.apk
Curling3D v2.0.18.apk
Cut the Rope Experiments HD v1.6.1.apk
Cut the Rope Time Travel v1.0.apk
Cut the Rope v2.2.apk
Dark Avenger v1.0.3 (offline).apk
Dark Quest v1.0.1.apk
Dave & Chuck's Kick-Ass Game v1.0.apk
Defence Effect HD v1.0.5.apk
Demolition Master 3D v1.13.part1.rar
Demolition Master 3D v1.13.part2.rar


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Android Game Pack 15 -MRC

Android Game Pack 15 -MRC | 85 MB

Android Game Pack 15 by MRC.

Witch's Worksop v1.01 Android -MRC

Words With Friends v4.81 Android -MRC

Worms v0.0.95 [Amazon Apps Kindle Fire Edition] Android -MRC

X Construction v1.36 Android -MRC

X-Bugs v1.0 Android -MRC

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Wondershare MobileGo for Android

Wondershare MobileGo for Android

Wondershare MobileGo for Android | 26.7 MB

Manage Everything on Android from Your PC. MobileGo is a life saver for those who love music and video, text a lot and juggle apps on their Android phones and tablets.
Android Fans: Backup everything to PC with 1 click & retain 100% quality.
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Practical Android Projects By Lucas Jordan, Pieter Greyling
Practical Android Projects By Lucas Jordan, Pieter Greyling
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Blackberry expands BBM chat app to Android and iOS

Until now the BBM app had been limited to Blackberry's own devices
Until now the BBM app had been limited to Blackberry's own devices

The Blackberry Messenger (BBM) app is to be offered as a download to run on rival platforms.
Blackberry said it would initially offer texts, photo messages and group sharing functions on devices running Google's Android and Apple's iOS operating systems from "the summer".
It added it planned to roll out screen sharing, voice and video calls - all without charge - later in the year.
The move could prove disruptive to Skype, Whatsapp and other rivals.
Blackberry chief executive Thorsten Heins revealed the surprise news at the end of his presentation at the firm's annual developers conference in Orlando, Florida.
The company said that more than 60 million Blackberry owners already used BBM at least once a month.
But Mr Heins played down the idea that offering the feature to rival devices would harm sales of the Canadian company's own handsets.
"You might ask the question why is Blackberry doing this now," said Mr Heins.

What does BBM offer?

Blackberry Messenger began life as a simple instant messaging tool offering owners of the firm's handsets a free alternative to SMS texts.
Over the years the company has added functions including sending pictures, audio messages and other files as well as making voice and video calls, all over the internet.
In addition it offers a Groups facility which allows users to share photos, lists and calendar appointments with trusted contacts.
The latest addition is Channels - a feature allowing brands and celebrities to send news and status updates to users who want to follow them through the app.
Blackberry has a chance to leapfrog existing cross-platform rivals by bringing all these facilities to Android and iOS users.
However, with reports that Whatsapp could shortly add voice calls and that Google has been working on its own unified messaging service, Blackberry may find competition in the market is about to intensify.
"It's a statement of confidence. The Blackberry 10 platform is so strong and the response has been so good that we are confident the time is right for Blackberry Messenger to become an independent multiplatform messaging solution."
He added that for the app to work iPhone users would need at least iOS 6 and Android users the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Google's software. There was no mention of Windows Phone.
Wider impact One analyst said it was too soon to know if the move would force competitors to change their own strategies.
"BBM has been a significant traffic driver for Blackberry - particularly the consumer audience," said Chris Green, principal technology analyst at Davies Murphy Group Europe.
"Expanding it to be multiplatform not only widens the consumer appeal but also may help woo back corporate customers it lost due to earlier technical problems.
"However, other players like Whatsapp will only drop their fees if they see BBM making major inroads into other platforms."

Blackberry's boss said he was excited to be able to invite more people to join the BBM service
Ben Wood from telecoms consultancy CCS Insight added that Blackberry might have felt forced into the move because of the growing popularity of cross-platform alternatives which also includes Facebook Messenger.
"It will increase feature competition among mobile messaging platforms," he said.
"It dramatically increases BBM's long-term relevance - but it is unclear how Blackberry will ensure the move benefits its own hardware sales."
Cheaper phone Blackberry also announced a new smartphone powered by its BB10 system - the first to be targeted at emerging markets.
The Q5 features a physical Qwerty keyboard and a 3.1in (7.9cm) touchscreen.
The Blackberry 10 device will be released in parts of Europe, Asia, Africa and Latin America in July.
It should be cheaper than the Z10 and Q10 which were unveiled in January.
However, the firm has yet to confirm pricing.
"We understand the importance of having devices to suit all markets and needs," said Mr Heins. "It's a sleek, slim high-performance device."
One company watcher said it was important for Blackberry to have a device running BB10 on sale in parts of the world where its handsets were still bestsellers.
"The Q5 could be a very significant device for the company because there is a significant opportunity for high-quality low-cost smartphones," said Adam Leach, devices analyst at telecoms consultancy Ovum.

Q5 Blackberry  
The Q5 is being offered in red and pink colours as well as black and white options
"If Blackberry can replicate the success of the Blackberry Curve in emerging markets then it will certainly help establish the Blackberry 10 platform.
"However, Blackberry has significant competition in this area with low-cost Android devices and with Nokia's Asha 501 which sells for just under $100 [£65]. It will be crucial to see if Blackberry can match or undercut that."
Ovum predicts that emerging markets will account for 40% of smartphone shipments by 2017.
According to data from IDC - another tech consultancy - Blackberry devices accounted for just over 19% of global smartphone shipments at the start of 2010. But the firm suggests that figure had dropped to less than 4% by the end of last year.
Blackberry has yet to release sales figures for its first BB10 devices.

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App taps phone and personal clues to your happiness

The app aims to combine phone data with perceived emotionsUsers can input their feeling based on two criteria 
 Researchers at Cambridge University have developed an app that tries to track happiness by combining smartphone data with users' perception of mood.

EmotionSense collects information about where users are, how noisy the environment is and whom they are communicating with. It then combines this data with the user's own report about mood.
The app is part of a project to see how mobile phones can be used to improve health and wellbeing.
Emotional state Mood-tracking apps already exist but the team from the Cambridge Computer Laboratory think this is the first time that user-input data and phone information sources have been combined.
"Most other attempts at software like this are coarse-grained in terms of their view of what a feeling is," said Dr Jason Rentfrow, a senior lecturer in the department of psychology at Cambridge University.
"Many just look at emotions in terms of feeling happy, sad, angry or neutral. The aim here is to use a more flexible approach, to collect data that shows how moods vary between people. That is something which we think is quite unique to the system we have designed," he said.
When the app is opened for the first time, a sensor that tells the researchers what time of day it is is unlocked. The app spends roughly a week collecting data from this sensor and testing it against the user's emotional state.
'Journey of discovery' At the end of this, the user is asked to complete a short life satisfaction survey, which unlocks a new sensor.
It takes about eight weeks to unlock all the sensors, which include gauging how sociable someone is dependent on how many texts they send or calls they make, their movements, location and how much they are interacting with their mobile phones.
It has been designed as "a journey of discovery" for the user to give them a step-by-step guide to what might be influencing their mood swings, said lead researcher Dr Neal Lathia.
"This helps us understand both how a person perceives things and how they are actually behaving," he said.
Therapeutic tool "They may say that they are feeling happy but they may have stopped communicating with friends, for example. This is all about building a bridge between the two sources of data."
The system that allows users to input their own data about how they are feeling has been designed by psychologists.
At different times of the day, the app sends the users a notification asking them about their mood. Users are asked to input their mood on an "emotion grid" that has two axes. The first charts negative to positive feelings while another charts activity.
It is hoped the app can be used by doctors as a therapeutic tool as well as by individuals to work out the times that they are most stressed, for example.
Explicitly consent "Most people who see a therapist only have an appointment once every fortnight," said Dr Lathia.
"Many, however, keep their phones with them most of the time. In terms of sheer presence, mobiles can provide an ongoing link with a person," he said.
The code used to collect sensor data is being made publicly available to allow other researchers to conduct their own experiments.
Initially the app will be available only for Android phones but the team is working on a version for other smartphones.
Users must explicitly consent to their data being used by members of the team, although it will not be made available more widely.

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