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Marhensa Aditya Hadi
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GIS learner, computer geek, Android enthusiast.
GIS learner, computer geek, Android enthusiast.

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Did you and Jupiter conspire to get me?
I think you, and the Moon, and Neptune got it right.
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The big day has finally come. Solid Explorer 2.0 is now official!

Similarly to the old SE, 2.0 version is a 14 day trial, which is now unlockable with an in-app purchase instead of the unlocker. Existing users of classic Solid Explorer can upgrade to the 2.0 version for free. The price is the same - $1.99 or 1.99€.

The final release introduces two new plugins: OTG Plugin, Mega client, 3 icon packs and new color schemes. You'll find the links in the community description. Each of this component is paid, but it doesn't mean all the new stuff will have a price tag in the future. I hope you don't mind the new business model and you won't feel like being ripped off. In this way you're supporting the development of SE and hopefully other cool products in the future. 
 
In case of any problems please don't post one star reviews. Use bug reporting option in the About section. I'll try to resolve all potential issues as soon as possible.

Important notice:
I had to cut out support for Android 4.0 because of the amount of bugs on this platform and very little market share. As a result of this decision, minimum required Android version is 4.1 Jelly Bean.

I'd like to say thank you to all the community members, especially to the translators and people actively participating in alpha and beta tests. This app wouldn't be so good without you. Promised license codes for the people translating the app will arrive within a few days.

Now grab your phones and tablets, open the Play Store and make this app reach the top of the charts! Here is the link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=pl.solidexplorer2

Have fun with the new Solid Explorer!
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Let's hear it for New York. 
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this is kinda scary
The Comet Lovejoy will reach it's brightest on Jan 7th, at which point it will be in the constellation of Eridanus (the river), one of the darkest regions of the sky. I would say this is a sign that great Darkness is coming.
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what kind of jerk is this?
it's beyond jerk, it's mega douchebag.
+OnePlus +CyanogenMod +Steve Kondik Definition of unproffesionalism . Have a meeting, inform your customers about the present and future situtation. Behave like adults. 
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We are the local embodiment of a Cosmos grown to self-awareness. We have begun to contemplate our origins: starstuff pondering the stars; organized assemblages of ten billion billion billion atoms considering the evolution of atoms; tracing the long journey by which, here at least, consciousness arose. We speak for Earth. Our obligation to survive is owed not just to ourselves but also to that Cosmos, ancient and vast, from which we spring. #CarlSagan  
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The mind-boggling scale of just our own Solar System

Forget the immense scales and distances of our entire Universe or our Galaxy.  Even just our own Solar System is comprised of objects that are separated by mind boggling distances and it is made of enormous amount of just empty space.  This fantastic visualization gives an idea of the almost incomprehensible dimension of our star system, our very close neighborhood in the Universe.

Share courtesy of +Ole Martin Aland 

http://joshworth.com/dev/pixelspace/pixelspace_solarsystem.html
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Astronomers are trying to understand how galaxies—such as the one pictured in this Illustris simulation—are strung into immense, glittering cosmic webs. See more of the week's most stunning images of space.
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Now that some of continents have drifted apart, their relationship is purely tectonic. goo.gl/v206i6
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