Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us between 8/27/13-9/9/13..
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Repix is part Instagram (no, wait, keep reading!), part photo editor, and part painter application.
Social news aggregator Digg has fallen into obscurity as Reddit has risen, but the service is back with a vengeance as a stand-in for Google Reader.
Microsoft may be upping the ante in the mobile wars with its purchase of Nokia, but that's no reason to get in the way of making some good old-fashioned media distribution money.
Sends textual notifications from any Android app to the display on your Bluetooth-equipped car stereo (AVRCP 1.3 or later).
JAM - just add music
Despite claims to the contrary by Samsung, tablets are still low on the technology totem pole when it comes to content creation. Music Maker Jam hopes to change that.
Sidebar Plus takes the kitchen sink approach, throwing everything the developer could think of into one bar or another.
LEGO System A/S
Lego's Mindstorms toy line has long been a jumping-off point for would-be robotics professors, and it's evolved along with technology as a whole.
The Huffington Post is arguably one of the bigger success stories of modern news media, and embracing new technology has been a big part of that.
There's not a lot to Auri: it's a text-to-speech app built specifically for Reddit and RSS feeds.
If you've got so many console games that you literally can't keep them straight... well, you should probably give up on those money-grubbing manufacturers and join the PC gaming elite.
We always like to include at least one kid-friendly app in our roundups, and though "Chuggington Chug Patrol" sounds like a fraternity interscholastic drinking team, this one is pretty neat.
The Grizzly Labs
We featured Genius Scan on a previous roundup, and it's still a pretty awesome way to quickly scan documents.
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