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Android App Updates Jan. 24, 2014: Motorola Migrate, Bell Mobile TV, Dropbox and More

January 24, 2014 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Adobe Photoshop Express Gets a Facelift

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Adobe rolled out a pretty big update to their Photoshop Express app on Android this week. This new update was fully rebuilt from the ground up and is compatible with Android 4.4 – KitKat. The update is available in the Play Store now, if you’re interested in picking it up.

Dropbox Updated to fix Camera Upload Issue on Android 4.4.2

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Dropbox also rolled out an update this week, although not as big as Adobe’s update. This one was primarily to fix camera upload issues on Android 4.4.2. You can also grab this one on Google Play right now, if you haven’t already updated to it.

Todoist Updates, and gets a new name ‘Todoist Next”

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Todoist rolled out a new update as well as a new name for their app. It’s now known as ‘Todoist Next’. The update now makes it easier to assign tasks, discuss the details and get alerted. Which are all important things in a tasks app.

TurboTax SnapTax Updates just in time for Tax Season

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Yep, it’s tax season. And TurboTax has just updated their SnapTax app to make it even easier to get your taxes going, so you don’t miss the April 15th deadline. With SnapTax you can easily take a picture of your W2 and fill out a few bits of information, and your taxes are just about done. It’s just that simple.

Bell mobile TV App Updated to support the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5

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For those of you in Canada, you’ll be delighted to know that the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5 are now supported by the Bell Mobile TV app. So you’ll be able to watch all your favorite shows on your Nexus 4 or Nexus 5, as well as the Olympic Winter Games from Sochi.

Motorola Migrate Updated to support iCloud

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Now if you have some iOS friends that want to move to the Moto X, Motorola has made it even easier for them to do so. They can now migrate all their stuff from iCloud to their Moto X through Motorola Migrate, which is a great thing to see.