Google has published its “Best Apps of 2014” list on Google Play. The list includes many applications that you might recognise and some, you might not, giving you a chance to check them out. There are a total of 65 apps in the Google’s list and most of these are free apart (seven are paid).
You can check out the full list here.
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HTC fixing volume rocker & power buttons in Nexus 9
A report on Reddit reveals that HTC has tweaked the volume rocker and power button in the new batches of the Nexus 9 tablet and the buttons are noticeably better than the ones present in the original hardware.
OnePlus answers software support FAQs about India launch of OnePlus One
OnePlus has posted a software support FAQs on its official forum, answering most of the queries about the situation risen after the Micromax’s exclusive tie-up with Cyanogen Inc. If you are planning to buy OnePlus One in India, you don’t need to worry.
Asus ZenWatch is coming to India in Q1, 2015: Report
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