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Apps & Games

10 best VR apps for Google Cardboard

by Joe Hindy September 4, 201631 comments

15 best Android games of 2017

by Joe Hindy 3 weeks ago188 comments

15 best Android apps of 2017

by Joe Hindy 1 week ago107 comments

9 best Android emulators for PC

by Joe Hindy 2 weeks ago201 comments

Super Mario Run will start running on Android in March 2017

Nintendo has confirmed that Super Mario Run will finally be released for Android devices sometime in March 2017, about three months after its iOS debut.
by John Callaham44 minutes ago1

Hulu will add offline support for its TV shows and movies in a few months

Hulu's CEO has confirmed that it plans to add support for downloading its movies and TV shows sometime in the next few months.
by John Callaham2 hours ago

Nintendo’s Fire Emblem: Heroes tactical RPG debuts on Android February 2

Fire Emblem: Heroes, a tactical-RPG based on Nintendo's long running console game series, will be released for Android on February 2.
by John Callaham3 hours ago

Microsoft’s Cortana soon coming to your Android lock screen

Microsoft's Cortana digital assistant will apparently soon be accessible from Android's lock screen by swiping either left or right.
by Mitja Rutnik13 hours ago9

Google app now saves offline searches and delivers results when connection is reestablished

When you lose internet access during a search, Google will save your query and deliver the results to you right after the connection is reestablished.
by Mitja Rutnik15 hours ago2

Vine officially transforms into Vine Camera app

Vine, the popular six-second online video service, has shut down. As expected, the Vine app has now been transformed into the Vine Camera app.
by Mitja Rutnik17 hours ago4

Google+ brings back Events, adds ‘low-quality’ comments filter in new update

New updates to Google+ will be rolling out in the next few weeks, including a feature that will hide "low-quality" comments by default.
by John Callaham1 day ago6

Google Drive is down for many users today (Update: working again)

Google Drive is currently experiencing some issues, with many users unable to access their stored files.
by John Callaham1 day ago9

2016 recap: 90% of Google Play’s revenue came from games (and more fun stats!)

It's 2017 and that means we can finally look back and see how the mobile apps and games market did in 2016. There were some big changes. Check it out!
by Joe Hindy1 day ago8

Vine is shutting down today – here’s how to save your videos before they vanish

Even though Vine is shutting down today, there are still a few easy ways to save your Vine videos before they're gone for good!
by Jimmy Westenberg1 day ago3
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