Droid Daily 7/3/13: Falcon Pro, QWOP, Galaxy S4 and More


Barnes & Noble Nook App Gets Updated

On Wednesday, Barnes & Noble's Nook app got updated to version 3.4. It brings a rather hefty changelog as well.

What's in this version:


– Popular magazines now available on Android tablets: SELF, WIRED, Glamour, Vanity Fair, GQ
– Supports HD magazines on HD-supported Android tablets (1280×720 or higher)
– Enlarge book illustrations for more detailed imagery
– Now accessible to blind and low vision users leveraging Android assistive technology, including screen magnification (OS 4.2 or higher required) & TalkBack (OS 4.1 or higher)
– Bug fixes
– Some users may need to Sign Out then Sign In again to complete this upgrade

Get Rid of Bloatware on you Galaxy S4

Galaxy S4 in hand

Using TrulyClean, you can get rid of all the bloatware on the Samsung Galaxy S4. And you have the folks at XDA Developers to thank for this script.


BugDroid on sale for $20


Bugdroid portable speaker is on sale at Newegg for $20 with free shipping. It's a great looking speaker, and you can grab it here.

Redbox Instant Gets Updated



On Wednesday, Redbox Instant updated their app to support rooted phones. There's also a few more changes.

What's in this version:

New in version 1.2:
– Stability and bug fixes
– We changed the way we handle rooted devices


Falcon Pro Updates with a workaround Twitter's API rules


On Wednesday, Falcon Pro updated to version 2.0.4 and has a cool workaround of Twitter's crappy API rules. You're basically creating your own app. It's actually rather awesome in my opinion. You can download Falcon Pro here.

QWOP launches on Google Play Tomorrow

On Thursday, QWOP will be launching on Google Play for just $1. That's definitely a great deal and you'll want to check it out. You can download it here.