Thursday, 31 October 2013

AutomateIt Pro v4.0.76.apk

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AutomateIt Pro v4.0.76
Requirements: 2.2 and up, LuckyPatcher
Overview: AutomateIt is designed to make your life easier by automating various tasks on your Android device.

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AutomateIt PRO has all the goods that the free version has and it's an ad-free, popup-free version with some awesome new and advanced features.

AutomateIt Pro has won 3rd place at in the Most Innovative App category for 2011 - - "Cool and innovative!"

AutomateIt Pro provides a set of useful rules:
Conserve power when battery level is low
Quiet at night when screen is off
Vibrate mode during meetings
Max volume when headset unplugged
Lower volume when headset plugged
Unmute by SMS
Automatically turn on/off speaker during call using proximity sensor
And more...

The advanced features included in this version are:
• Composite Triggers - use more than a single trigger for each rule using AND/OR logic between these triggers
• Composite Action - execute several actions as a result of a single trigger (which can be a composite trigger)
• Rule Active Period - set an active period for each rule. Really useful if you only want a certain rule to be active only during daytime, weekends, just an hour a day etc.
• Sensor Trigger - utilize all your device' sensors as a trigger for a desired action. This includes usage of all the sensors supported by Android - Accelerometer, Light, Proximity etc.
• Calendar Trigger - monitor events on your different calendars
• Enable/Disable Screen Lock Action - Enables or disables your screen lock slide/pattern/password/pin
• Cancel delayed execution by trigger - Auto-cancel delayed execution when defined trigger is launched
• Cell ID Trigger - Trigger when connecting or disconnecting from defined cellular cells (Unlimited number of predefined saved locations)
• Recurring Event Trigger - Executes a defined action every defined time interval
• Copy Rule - Create a new rule, based on an existing one

What's New
• Plugins support - extend AutomateIt capabilities with plugins ! read more at
• Stability improvements and bug fixes (Delayed execution notification and more...)
• Updated translation
• bug fixes
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Shaded Icons v1.8.1.apk

Shaded Icons v1.8.1
Requirements: Android 2.2+
Overview: Shaded Icons is an icon pack with a modern flat styling! 

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This release brings the total up to 799 icons. I will continue with updates to bring even more icons!

Please request icons! I will respond fast, and get working on them faster!

Please rate and review!

-799+ original icons!
-Full HD 144x144; xxhdpi
-Icon mask: Every icon will fit the style guide even if it is not themed yet!*
-Compatible with Apex, Nova, ADW, Holo, Action Launcher Pro, GO Launcher*
-4 custom wallpapers
-HUGE CUSTOMIZATION PACK - Over 99 new icons for customizing! Including: App Drawer, Camera, Clock, Contacts, Iconbacks, Phone, Settings, SMS messages, and Voicemail all in 9 colors or more!

*Go Launcher Compatibility - Please uncheck "Show Icon Base" in Preferences -> Visual settings -> Icons

Thanks for all of your support!

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What's new in this version:
NEW: 10 new icons, vlc, stumbleupon, migrate, motorolalogo, motorolalogoblk, motorolalogored, buzzcustomwidget, ubtmobilebank, vk, snote

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MyColorScreen's Themer Is Now In Public Beta After 550,000 Signups And 1.5 Million Downloaded Themes Posted by Jeremiah Rice in Applications, News

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So it looks like a lot of you were excited by Themer, MyColorScreen's custom launcher which promises no-hassle installations of some of the fantastic homescreens featured on the site. After a month in closed beta the service is now open, so you no longer need a code to get access to those sweet, sweet themes. The free app is available on smartphones (and only smartphones) running Android 4.1 or later.
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MyColorScreen was eager to share two key statistics with us after four weeks in full operation. One, a whopping 550,000 users applied for invitation codes to the closed beta, proving that there's quite a market for these beautiful and easy-to-apply custom themes. And two, those who managed to get into the beta downloaded over 1.5 million custom themes altogether. The app update adds a few small features to the app drawer, including background transparency, hidden apps, and a favorites menu.
The app is still very much in the beta stage - a lot of users are reporting issues with individual themes and problems with the universal settings, among other things. But the developers have been updating the app steadily since its debut, and I have no doubt that they will continue to do so. 

Wednesday, 30 October 2013

[APK Download] The Redesigned Facebook Messenger Is Currently Only Available To Limited Users, But You Can Get It Now

[APK Download] The Redesigned Facebook Messenger Is Currently Only Available To Limited Users, But You Can Get It Now

Yesterday Facebook announced that it was revamping its Messenger app, stripping it of SMS functionality and creating a more attractive, streamlined experience that the company hopes will draw more users to the app. The new version is currently rolling out to a limited number of users, with a wider release planned for the coming weeks. So when it arrives, what should you expect?

What's New?

To get started you're going to hand over the keys to everything, including your car, before using the app. The list of permissions requested is long enough to print out onto a belt and wrap around your waist twice. I noticed that some of the features seem to be holdouts from the previous release: Facebook said they're removing SMS support, but the app currently still wants the ability to read and send text messages. Though, there is a chance this could have something to do with two-factor authentication. You can see the full list for yourself below, just keep in mind that these permissions could change before the wide release.
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The introductory splash screens also leave the impression that Messenger maintains support for SMS. It prompts for your phone number, but this is there just so you can use it to verify your account if you lose your password. A separate screen invites you to text friends, but it really wants you to invite all of your contacts into Facebook and use the service as your new way to send texts between phones. This version allows people to message contacts that they aren't Facebook friends with, scanning their list of phone numbers for those with Facebook accounts associated with them and letting users communicate without having to send out a request.
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The new interface looks more iOS 7 than holo, but it's smooth and zippy. It still feels like an Android app, even if it doesn't look all that much like a Facebook one anymore. This new version of Messenger reminds me of third-party Facebook clients I've tried in the past. It doesn't match the general app, nor does it blend in with Facebook Home, but it's pretty, it's fast, and hopefully the company's other products follow suit. Though Facebook should tread carefully if it doesn't want its apps to end up looking too much like Skype.
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Sending messages is quick, and while the new look is far airier, it still manages to feel familiar. The location tracking toggle is still present, and massive smileys are tucked away where you remeber, just waiting to scar unexpecting Facebook friends.
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Messenger now has a tab that makes it obvious who is currently active on Facebook and shows whether they're using a web browser or a mobile device. A blue badge also shows who has the Messenger app installed. I would call this page one of the more delightful additions to the app.
Update: The new version also has a tablet UI that slightly differs from what you see above, a first for Facebook Messenger.


Before downloading the new version from either of the two mirrors provide below, there are a few things you must do. First, you need to uninstall the previous app. Then you have to go to the Play Store and disable auto-update. For whatever reason, Messenger internally carries a lower version number than the app currently offered on Google Play, so your phone will want to "update" back to the previous release.
There you go. Have at it.