PC News apps
Bottom Line: Android Pay is a fast and secure mobile-payment system that works on a wide variety of phones, but it lacks some features offered by the competition.
Bottom Line: The ubiquity of the social network means that you can message just about anyone with the excellent Facebook Messenger app for Android.
Bottom Line: The new Google Wallet finally knows exactly what it wants to be, but only after stripping away most of its previous mobile-payment options.
Bottom Line: The LinkedIn Android apps' updated interface brings great improvements in usability and design, especially for active users. Settings could be easier to access, however, and a few details could be clearer.
Bottom Line: Google Photos automatically uploads all your photos from your Android Phone to the cloud with nearly unlimited storage, powerful search, and some fun creativity tools.
Bottom Line: Dashlane securely generates and stores all of your passwords and keeps them close at hand with its Android app, but it's not cheap.
Bottom Line: You need complex and unique passwords for every website and app, so let this Editors' Choice winning app do the hard work of creating and remembering passwords for you.
Bottom Line: Burner lets you manage multiple, temporary phone numbers from a single Android app, but it has trouble handling incoming calls reliably.
Bottom Line: Apple Music works about as well on Android as it does on iOS, but removed from the Apple ecosystem, the music streaming service loses a step.
Bottom Line: Among file-syncing services, SugarSync is one of the most intuitive. It's not as competitively priced as the biggest players in the space, but it is easy to use.
Weather4us for Fire TV
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What is the best tech news mobile app?
I'm heavily biased, but have a look at "Appy Geek." It's the only tech news aggregator that offers 100% fully licensed content. So you get the full article n the app instead of having to click-through to web views. Makes for a much smoother and quicker experience.
Give it a try and I'd love to hear what you think.
Available for iOS, Android and Windows 8 in 6 languages: