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Over 1.4 million apps are available for Android, but Google does not differentiate between games and other apps in this total. These statistics do not separate free and paid apps, but the third-party site AppBrain estima... More »

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Kindle and Kobo both have apps for Android phones that mimic the use of an e-reader. As of 2015, Audible, Aldiko Book Reader and Wattpad are popular and highly rated apps that allow the user to read or listen to audio bo... More »

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iRoot, kingoapp root, Framaroot and Vroot software are some free Android rooting apps. Through rooting, users can install and use great applications that require root access. More »

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An Android smartphone or tablet owner can find the AT&T U-Verse app for Android through an Android app store, such as the Google Play store or the Amazon Appstore for Android. The U-Verse website provides information abo... More »

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The Google Play store is the app store for Android devices. As of 2015, the Google Play store offers more than one million apps and games, many of which are available to download free of charge. More »

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