Droid Daily 2/6/13: Galaxy Blaze, ZTE Blade 3, Both Carbons, and More

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Twitter for Android Updated

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Today, Twitter for Android got updated to version 3.7. It added a new search experience, 'mentions only' setting for Connect Tab and a few more cool new features. It's still not enough to pull most people back to the official app, but it's a nice start. Grab the update from the Play Store.

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Carbon for Twitter Got Updated

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Carbon finally released this week, after being in development for nearly a year. It released with a few bugs, but those were all fixed today. I've been using it for the last few hours, and it seems everything's been fixed. Now where are the new features?

Dropbox Announces New Sync API for mobile

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Today, Dropbox declared war on several other cloud storage services available. It announced  new sync APIs for Mobile devs, while making Dropbox integration in apps smoother and even simpler.

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Stitcher Radio Gets Updated

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Today, Stitcher radio got a new update, which brought along a complete UI overhaul. It's actually holo inspired, so it looks really nice. You can grab it from the Play Store now.

Carbon App Backup Updated

Now its time for the other Carbon. The Carbon tool for backing up your apps and data has been updated with battery life improvements and better syncing, plus a few more nice tidbits. You can grab Carbon from the Play Store.

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T-Mobile Having a Special Samsung Sale

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It looks like T-Mobile is having a Samsung sale that started today. Which includes the Galaxy Blaze, Galaxy Relay, Galaxy S2, and the Galaxy S3.

ZTE Blade 3 Launches on Virgin Media UK

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Those in the UK can now pick up the ZTE Blade 3 for £79.99. It appears to be a rather low-end device with a 4-inch 800×480 display and a single-core 1GHz processor.