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As per reports of Q1 2016, the Galaxy S7 is a huge hit for Samsung. In just March, Samsung has sold off around 10 million Galaxy S7 devices and that alone is quite a milestone. As if that was not enough, reports suggest that in the first quarter of the year, Samsung has managed to sell double the number of smartphones as Apple.


Global leader in the smartphone business and its market share just became even bigger. Samsung now holds 27.8% of the market after selling 81 million units in Q1, 2016 alone. Apple is a distant second with a market share of 14.4% and a Q1 sales number of 42 million units. Huawei (9.3%) is in the third position after Apple right now, followed by Lenovo (5.8%), Xiaomi (5.5%) and LG (5.1%) respectively.


The Korean electronics giant's market share increased by 2.5% from last year's Q4, but the 5.7% increase from Q1, 2015 seems even more impressive. If you are in any doubt regarding the massive success of the Galaxy S7, just take in the fact that the difference in market share between Samsung and Apple was just 1.2% in Q4, 2015 and it skyrocketed to 13% after Q1, 2016! As the S7 and S7 Edge were released in March, the math isn't that hard to figure out. It just gets to show that if you release a product that delivers in every front, even a global decline in the smartphone business cannot really stop you from making immense profits.


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Flickr has just updated its Android App on the Play Store to version 3.1.2 with some changes. The app already got a beautiful new UI with version 3.0.1 but it has some missing features and this update brings all you need on a photo App.

 

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Flickr 3.1.2 Change-log :

 

- Search your photos, albums, groups, and people you follow.
- Edit your cover photo on phone, and edit description, website, cover photo on tablet.
- Crop your photo before uploading.
- HTC Blink Feed support.
- Bug fixing and performance improvement.

 

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Play Games

 

Google Play Games App has been update to version 2.0.11 with lots of improvements, New features and UI enhancements. As Google is getting ready to release the Android L (API 20) and Google Play Services 6.0, the company needs to update all it's play Apps to be ready.

 

The New Play Games App adds the ability to public view other players profile, quests and trophies from the games they've played on the Android platform from all their devices. Also saved games can now be synchronized between your devices using the App so that you can continue from where you left off exactly.

 

 

What's New in Play Games 2.0.11:

 

- Game Profile: Show off your skills to other players as you master games across Google Play.
- Quests: Complete time-limited challenges to win exclusive rewards.
- Saved Games: See exactly where you left off, and pick right back up on any device.
- Visual polish, stability improvements, and bug fixes.

 

Play Games

Google Play Games 2.0.11 [Play]

 


Play services

 

Google is now officially Rolling-out the Google Play services 6.1 update to all Android 4.1+ users. This a major update for the Play services App that packs many changes and enhancements to get your device ready for the Android L official release, which is seems to be pretty soon.

 

Among the update's changes is an improvement for analytics Enhanced Ecommerce, originally launched with Google Play Services 5.0, is an ecommerce tool to give sellers insights into product clicks, impressions, and other info. Support for Enhanced Ecommerce has been added to Google Tag Manager in this release.

 

Play services

 

The update will also include enhancements to the Drive Android API, making it easier to resolve conflicts between local and server files. Additionally, the Google Drive file picking interface has been given a major material refresh. If you don't want to wait until you get the update on your device. You can Download the Official Google Play services APK from the link below. The APK provided has not been modified by any means.

 

 

Play Services

Google Play services 6.1 [APK]

 


Play services

 

Google is now officially Rolling-out the Google Play services 6.1.11 update to all Android 4.1+ users. This a major update for the Play services App that packs many changes and enhancements to get your device ready for the Android L official release, which is seems to be pretty soon.

 

Among the update's changes is an improvement for analytics Enhanced Ecommerce, originally launched with Google Play Services 5.0, is an ecommerce tool to give sellers insights into product clicks, impressions, and other info. Support for Enhanced Ecommerce has been added to Google Tag Manager in this release.

 

Play services

 

The update will also include enhancements to the Drive Android API, making it easier to resolve conflicts between local and server files. Additionally, the Google Drive file picking interface has been given a major material refresh. If you don't want to wait until you get the update on your device. You can Download the Official Google Play services APK from the link below. The APK provided has not been modified by any means.

 

 

Play Services

Google Play services 6.1.11 [APK]

 


Inbox

 

Google Inbox App for Android updated to v1.8 with some improvements to this new Email Platform. Google posted a change-log for this update and it includes some new Features along with Android wear Integration and lots of bug fixes.

 

Inbox

 

What's New in Inbox v1.8 :
• New setting to swipe to delete.
• New setting to set your signature.
• Undo Send - take back a message up to a few seconds after sending it.
• Reminders created in Keep will now appear in Inbox.
• Bug fixes and performance improvements.
• Introducing Trip Bundles - emails about a trip are bundled with important details highlighted.
**Thanks to your feedback, Inbox is now open to everyone-no invitation required.**

 

You can get the Inbox v1.8 official APK from the link below. Inbox is now OPEN and no invitation required.

 

Inbox

Google Inbox 1.8 [APK]

 

Google Inbox 1.8 [Play]

 


Facebook v50

 

Facebook for Android ALPHA has been updated to version 50.0.0.0.26 for the ALPHA testing channel. This update packs various bug fixes and performance improvements regarding the speed and stability of the app. The app is now fully compatible with Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

 

Facebook v50

 

After downloading the latest Alpha build, Facebook suggests turning on automatic updates as it plans on updating the app a few times a week. Doing so will ensure you are always running the latest version. The APK files provided below is the official APK from Facebook ALPHA program and has not been modified. The App supports devices running Android 4.0.3 or later only.

 

Facebook V50

 

Facebook 50.0.0.0.26 [4.0.3+][APK]

 


play store material


Google Play Store App has just been update to version 5.0.31 with Full Material Design UI, this update prepares the App for the Android L official launch. There is no official change-log for this update but we noticed some major changes in the UI of the App.

 

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In Google Play 5.0.31, the App has adopted a New revised laucnher icon with a cleaned up icon that fits the new theme. You'll also notice new notification icons while updating or installing an App, It's more flat and clear than previous versions.

 

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play 5

 

The What's New section in any App is now highlighted green, and while it's still truncated after 4 lines on the main app screen. The Feature Graphic became a part of every App on the Play Store and the developer has to submit one in order to update his App. Check out our App on the Play Store.

 

youmobile play 5

 

To get the Play Store App v5.0.31, you can download the Official APK from the direct link Below. This APK has not been modified by any means and it's 100% safe to install. Enjoy!

 

Play Store 5.0.31

Google Play 5.0.31 [APK]

 


play store material


Google Play Store App has just been update to version 5.0.32 with Full Material Design UI, this update prepares the App for the Android L official launch. There is no official change-log for this update but we noticed some major changes in the UI of the App.

 

play 5

 

In Google Play 5.0.32, the App has adopted a New revised laucnher icon with a cleaned up icon that fits the new theme. You'll also notice new notification icons while updating or installing an App, It's more flat and clear than previous versions.

 

play 5

 

The What's New section in any App is now highlighted green, and while it's still truncated after 4 lines on the main app screen. The Feature Graphic became a part of every App on the Play Store and the developer has to submit one in order to update his App. Check out our App on the Play Store.

 

youmobile play 5

 

To get the Play Store App v5.0.32, you can download the Official APK from the direct link Below. This APK has not been modified by any means and it's 100% safe to install. Enjoy!

 

Play Store 5.0.31

Google Play 5.0.32 [APK]

 


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Scrolling through your list of installed software on your computer, you are bound to find a lot of interesting information. You may come across Visual C++ Redistributable file(s) on your drive and could be wondering what purpose they render. A Microsoft Visual C++ comes integrated with a computer to aid the running of apps writing in C, and C++ programming language. Visual C++ has gone from the days it used to be a stand alone software to being part of Microsoft Visual Studio.


With Visual C++ Redistributable, developers have an application they can write code with, edit code, test code and debug code. This environment for programming is involved with a lot of shared code libraries which allow developers make use of code that has already been developed for specific procedures, without any need for writing their own from scratch. You must have come across DLLs while using your computer; this is the form the shared code takes. For users to start using a recently developed software, the developers can either choose to bundle a DLL into their software as it installs or simply rely on a standard distributable package of shared code. Most developers choose to rely on a standard distributable package which is essentially Visual C++ Redistributable.


Why There are A Lot Of Them On Your System

 


Some Visual C++ Redistributable are installed along with Windows. For Windows 10 users, the version that is common to it is Visual C++ Redistributable 2012 and  Visual C++ Redistributable 2013. A Windows 10 user will get a 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) version installed on your computer. However, if you are using an older Windows version, that is a 32-bit version, you will not see the ones of 64-bit. This is because a 64-bit computer can run applications that are 32-bit and also those that are 64-bit, but a 32-bit computer can not run a 64-bit app.

 

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Some other Visual C++ Redistributable get on your computer as a result of the version of programming language that the software's developer wrote a particular software with. So if a program was written with Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable, you may see a Visual C++ Redistributable of version 2008 installed alongside the software. This Is how they slowly eat up memory space on your computer, and increase in number.

 

Deleting some of them to reclaim storage can be risky because they are essential to the running of more than one app on your computer. If you notice that programs that are previously functioning well, but now can't work well, you will have to check to see if you have accidentally deleted a Visual C++ Redistributable program that the software needs to run smoothly.

 

Visual C++ redistributable is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) used to create a Windows application in C, C++ and C++/CLI Programming languages. This software is important for different apps to work on your computer, as developers prefer using this standard distributable and not DLLs. More than one program can be used by multiple computers.

 

All the Visual C++ Redistributable present on your computer are important.

 


Lollipop

 

Since the official release of the Android 5.0 Lollipop, Google received many bug reports regarding issues with battery drain, instability and other bugs. One of the most critical bugs, is a Wi-Fi issue that disables Cisco Corporate Connection in Lollipop, whereby the device will not connect to Cisco WiFi access points running WPA2 with AES encryption.

 

Many users who already updated their devices to Android 5.0 Lollipop reported that their devices are unstable, beside some other minor issues that cannot be fixed with rooting or custom ROMs. Users hope that Google release a Hotfix to address all these bugs very soon.

 

Latest rumor suggest that Google will release Android 5.0.1 Lollipop Update to address all these bugs and performance issues later next month (December). However, this info is not confirmed and this much needed update may get delayed. We'll keep you updated regarding this matter.

 

 

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