Tag: Android apps

Google-Play-Android
Game News

[GDC 2017] Developers can now hold more obvious sales and other Google Play improvements

Today during GDC 2017 Google went over a couple of new features that will be beneficial for both developers and consumers when using Google Play. The most obvious change, which will be visible in each Google Play listing, is a strikethrough price when an application or game goes on sale. This is in order to make it more obvious to consumers when a game or app is on sale, instead of having to rely on a developer posting it in the game’s description. There will also be a little note that sale when the sale will be ending.

Core-Android-App
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Core is a new mobile app that focuses on mobile gaming videos and live streams

There is a new application that has just been released onto Android and iOS that will be focusing solely on mobile gaming videos, live streams, and news called Core. Staffed by some fairly heavy hitters from the video games industry, including former Machinima VP of content strategy Matthew Cohen as CEO, the app’s goal is to “help solve the discovery and community problem in today’s fragmented mobile games market”.

Pokescout
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Pokescout: A Way to Monitor the 3 Pokemon Teams in Pokemon GO

Since its release Pokemon Go wasn’t just about going out trying to catch all the little creatures of our childhood. It asked us to make, as always, our first important choice: our team! After that the war began, rivalries took over the net, and in the streets with the aim of making all the gyms in our city belonging to our team. However, this has never been an easy task. First of all, because of the great number of players trying to do the same under a different color, but also because the little field of view available in the app didn’t allow us to see much further from our position.

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Twitch’s app will soon be getting video calls and more features through Curse

A couple of months ago Twitch bought Curse, which started off as a communication suite for gamers to use while in game but has since expanded greatly in what that platform provides. Since then the team at Twitch has been working on integrating Curse’s suite of communication tools into its platform, and now it looks like video calling has finally arrived for Twitch. To start, it is now available for desktop users, but mobile support is in the works.

AirJamz-Music-Android-App
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The AirJamz Music App has made it’s way onto Android this morning

AirJamz Music by Zivix LLC isn’t necessarily a game, but it isn’t just an application either, but a bit of both depending on how you look at it. What this neat little application does is allow for users to make music using the app and any physical movements you happen to do while it is running. This is, of course, assuming you have the official AirJamz toy that goes along with this application.

Twitch-Android-Logo
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Twitch takes aim at YouTube with allowing uploads of pre-recorded content now

Up until now Twitch has been strictly a streaming service and platform, not allowing pre-recorded content of any kind to be uploaded to a user’s channel. You could, however, have records of previous live streams and VODs available for your fans to check out if they missed a stream or anything like that. Now Twitch has set its sights on YouTube but allowing pre-recorded content to be uploaded to a streamer’s channel.

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Android Game Sale Round-Up: Deus Ex GO, Implosion: Never Lose Hope, TrinusVR and More

It’s the end of another week which also means it is time for another Android game sale round-up! This week’s like only has a few new entries to it, so the majority of this week’s list happens to be repeats. That’s not totally a bad thing, since last week’s list was rather big, so it’ll give people another chance to grab some more games that were on sale last week that have been carried over to this one.

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