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Horoscope Android app with August 2014 update

Some people are truly into their star signs and rather than having to buy a paper or search the Internet for their daily horoscope there is another easier way, and that is by downloading the Horoscope 2014 app to your Android device. This would be the ideal time to install the app seeing as though we are more than halfway through the month and much prefer a monthly reading.

This is because the app offers daily, weekly or monthly horoscopes and benefitted from an update on July 15th, although we might already know what to expect from a possible Horoscope August 2014 update.

We should see a yearly horoscope along with a much-needed speech synthesis feature, but again we only surmise this will happen next month.

When you first download this application the first page that you see will be all the star signs, so Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, and Pisces.

If for some reason you are not aware of your astrological sign, then all you will need to do is enter your date and month of birth and the app will tell you your star sign. Personally, I do not believe in any of this, but that is just a personal preference and do not think it is such a bad thing for someone to believe in horoscopes. Learn more from Google Play Store.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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