Android App Updates - Dec. 26th, 2014: Flickr, gReader, PayPal and More!

Flickr's Update improves Tablet layout

This week's latest update to Flickr brought a nice update to the tablet layout on their app as well as improved lightbox for viewing photos. You can check out the full update here.

gReader gains Lollipop support and brings a bit of Material Design

gReader was also updated this week, and it brought along Material Design as well as Lollipop support to the app. You can check out the full update here.

PayPal updates to v5.10.1

PayPal brought us a nice update this week to version 5.10.1. It brings us stored gift cards as well as Arabic support, for those that were waiting on that. You can check out the full update here.

Dolphin Browser Gets Flash support

Dolphin Browser, one of our favorite alternatives to Google Chrome, got a nice update this past week. Bringing along Adobe Flash support to the browser as well as stability fixes to the app overall. You can read more about the update here.

Kodi Updates with improved Tablet Support

You may remember Kodi as XBMC, well it just got updated to version 14 which brings better tablet support among some other features as well. Including better Fast-Forward and Rewind. Read more about the update here.

Apex Launcher Gets Material

Apex Launcher also joined the Material Design team this week. The popular third-party launcher got a nice update to bring it in line with many of the other Material Design apps out there. Apex now has about 10 million installs, and you'll need Android 4.3 or higher to install it. You can read more about the update here.

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