Today’s indie app of the day is Bitcoin Blaster. In this shooter, you play as Uncle Sam and you shoot the Bitcoin Army. It’s totally free with no IAPs.
Icon pack support was strangely absent when Action Launcher 3 launched just over a week ago, but has just been patched in with this latest update.
On February 1st 2015, Samsung will be turning off its ChatOn messaging service around the world, except for in the US which be shutdown later in Q1.
The folks behind Secret are rolling out an update with improved looks and performance, better privacy controls and post targeting, plus new community and chat functionality.
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars has made its way to Android. A mere 5 years after its original release, the Android community is finally getting a chance to play in on their favorite mobile platform.
Telltale Games and Mojang have just announced their partnership to create Minecraft: Story Mode. Set to release sometime in 2015, Story Mode will be a standalone point-and-click game, just like many other Telltale titles.
Next from Telltale Games comes Tales from the Borderlands. The popular game developer has finally released the much-anticipated first installment to the Play Store!
Crescent Moon, the developers behind Ravensword: Shadowlands, has just released Exiles to the Google Play Store! In Exiles, you play as a member of the Elite Enforcers, set out to save an isolated colony from their corrupt government on a distant planet.
Google has released the Android TV Launcher to the Play Store. It will (eventually) bring more timely interface updates and bug fixes.
Square Enix, the video game company who has released popular games like the Final Fantasy and Dragon Quest series, is having a huge sale on Google Play today. You can find a total of eleven games discounted by up to 53%.