Normally we don’t do Android game sale round-ups on a Thursday, since we usually do them as an end-of-the-week sort of thing. However there are some new additions that have gone on sale that people may want to take advantage of that may not be there tomorrow.
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TwitchTV has updated their Android app today and this update brings a couple of great features to the app, one of which has been sorely needed. This new update brings the Persistent Player to the app which basically means that video will now continue to play while you re browsing for content.
Tomorrow is the day we here in the United States lose our minds and spend a ridiculous amount of money on Black Friday sales. However Amazon is hitting things up a day early by offering people around $130 worth of free games and applications. Needless to say, this is a decent amount of applications and games to snag for nothing.
Since we are having a rather decent amount of companion applications launching as of late, why not report on one more that has hit Google Play? 2K Games has launched their new companion application for their new NBA2K14 game which is appropriately called MyNBA2K14. If you used their previous companion app for NBA2K13 then you’ll already know what to expect with this one. You may also notice that it doesn’t exist anymore either.
A couple of weeks ago we talked about a new application coming from Sony which would be the official companion app for their next-gen console, the Playstation 4. This companion app features plenty of the standard social features along with being able to use the second-screen feature when it is available in a game.
Interesting news today as TwitchTV and Kabam have formed a partnership to bring Kabam game discovery and gameplay to the live game streaming service. This partnership integrates both of those factors not only into the web version of TwitchTV but also into the Android application as well.
Touch Pilot already has one of these apps available on Google Play which allows you to turn your Android tablet into a gaming control to use with your PC when playing flight games. The company is now planning to release Tilt Racer tomorrow which does pretty much the same thing with your Android device but for PC racing games this time.
TestFlight is an interesting service that has been in closed beta for a little while now. What this service does is provide Android developers an area that makes it much more easy to run any sort of public beta for their application or game that they may be working on. Instead of having to put the beta version of your game on Google Play, or provide a self-hosted or cloud-based download and having people manually install your beta, TestFlight allows people to download and install a beta version of your game off the internet and onto their device.
A new social gaming platform application has been released today onto Google Play called ImGame. Developed by ImGame LLC, this application does something that, for the most part, most other social gaming applications don’t do and that is allows cross-platform checking in and online notifications.