MediaFire, Simple, and More

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Just like animals, we humans tend to hibernate in the winter. So that means lots of time to catch up on mundane tasks and develop addictions to smartphone games. We have you covered in all aspects in this edition of Android apps of the week, with a new banking app, a couple of games, and much more.

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MediaFire: MediaFire's new app gives you 50GB of storage with a file upload size limit of 200MB. Better yet? It's totally free. You're crazy if you don't like free stuff. Free

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Inauguration 2013: Can't make it to DC on Monday? No problem. You can still follow along withe the Inauguration by streaming it from your phone and using the app to find events near you. Free

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Simple: Hate your bank? Screw 'em. Consolidate all your accounts into one spot with Simple, an app that makes it easy to see everything you're spending, how much money you have left to spend, and just might be a viable replacement for your annoying bank. Free

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Drisk: Play Risk on your Android phone, against up to six players or computers. It's the classic game you grew up playing, and it includes 26 maps. Calling all aspiring dictators. $2

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Good Point Snowboarding: The conditions on the slopes are a crapshoot. But when you shred the slopes in this game clad in the gear of your choice, you can be sure the snow is great, the weather is perfect, and you're riding just like Shaun White. $1

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King Antonius

Okay, so this comment is only loosely related to the post because I'm mentioning Media Fire, but I had no idea that I worked right across the street from them. Then a few days ago a guy comes in wearing one of their shirts and I try to get him to tell me how to get one, sadly you have to work for them. Oh well, I'm out a shirt but I learned something new.