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  2. Fix problems with the AOL app on Android - AOL Help

    help.aol.com/articles/aol-app-troubleshooting

    The AOL app works best on the latest version of Android software. The software for most Android devices can be updated from the Settings app, but check with your manufacturer for instructions specific to your device.

  3. BlueStacks - Wikipedia

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    BlueStacks is an American technology company known for the BlueStacks App Player and other cloud-based cross-platform products. The BlueStacks App Player allows Android applications to run on PCs running Microsoft Windows and macOS.

  4. Amazon Appstore - Wikipedia

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    The Amazon Appstore is an app store for the Android operating system operated by Amazon.com. It is the package app store for Amazon's Fire OS operating system, used on all of Fire tablets. The Amazon Appstore provides official apps for the Fire Tablets, instead of the Google Play app store used on other Android devices.

  5. Clubhouse (app) - Wikipedia

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    Clubhouse is a social audio app for iOS and Android where users can communicate in audio chat rooms that accommodate groups of thousands of people. Other social audio apps like Discord Stage Channels, Facebook Live Audio Rooms, Reddit Talk, Slack Huddles, Spotify Greenroom, Telegram Voice Chats, and Twitter Spaces all directly compete with Clubhouse.

  6. Nvidia Shield TV - Wikipedia

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    The Nvidia Shield TV (Shield Android TV or Nvidia Shield) is an Android TV-based digital media player produced by Nvidia as part of its Shield brand of Android devices. First released in May 2015, the Shield was initially marketed by Nvidia as a microconsole, emphasizing its ability to play downloaded games and stream games from a compatible PC on a local network, or via the GeForce Now ...

  7. Vine (service) - Wikipedia

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    On January 17, 2017, the app was renamed to "Vine Camera." Although the app still enables users to record six-second videos, they can only be shared on Twitter or saved on a camera roll. The release of the Vine Camera was met with poor reviews on both the Android and iOS App Stores.

  8. ITV Hub - Wikipedia

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    On 14 January 2013, ITV Player 2.0 was released adding support for Android 3.x Gingerbread to 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and a re-engineered user interface. Due to Adobe not updating support for Android, Flash is not readily available for Android 4.1 Jelly Bean so the existing ITV Player cannot be used.