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Still playing Fruit Ninja? Game gets biggest update yet to celebrate 5th anniversary

Fruit Ninja is still around, and still quite popular. To celebrate the game’s 5th anniversary, developer Halfbrick Studios has given Fruit Ninja a makeover and a big update.
by Bogdan PetrovanAugust 7, 20151

Microsoft Translator arrives to Google Play

Microsoft Translator has now arrived to Google Play giving us another solid alternative to Google Translate.
by Andrew GrushAugust 6, 20154

New story missions, dungeons and more coming to Gameloft’s Dungeon Hunter 5

Gameloft's Dungeon Hunter 5 is receiving a number of new missions, a new environment, Guild Leaderboards and much more in a new update.
by Jimmy WestenbergAugust 6, 20152

HBO Now, Travel Channel, Food Network and more gain Chromecast support

A number of great TV streaming apps have just gained support for Google's Chromecast, including HBO Now, Watch Food Network, Watch Travel Channel and more.
by Jimmy WestenbergAugust 6, 20153

This “honest trailer” for Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 is pretty funny

This “honest trailer” for Five Nights at Freddy’s 4 takes shots at the series' tropes and the rapid pace of new releases. Do you agree?
by Bogdan PetrovanAugust 6, 20151

Square Enix discounts Dragon Quest VIII, Secret of Mana and some Final Fantasy titles in the Play Store

Right now in the Google Play Store, you can grab a number of Square Enix games for cheap, including some Final Fantasy titles, Secret of Mana and even Dragon Quest VIII.
by Jimmy WestenbergAugust 5, 20155

Google Keep gets easy exporting to Docs in new update, Google Slides now lets you present to Hangouts

Google Keep and Google Slides for Android are both getting updated today, bringing a few handy features to the productivity applications.
by Jimmy WestenbergAugust 5, 20151

Hands-on with Agar.io: what the heck is it? Why is it so popular?

Agar.io has been lifted to viral status as everyone wants to see what this simple, but very challenging game is all about. We go hands on in a quick review!
by Joe HindyAugust 5, 20151

Link Bubble receives big update to version 1.5 as it gets a new owner

As developer Chris Lacy announces that he's selling Link Bubble, Link Bubble Pro and TapPath to an unnamed startup, the floating bubble browser receives a big update to version 1.5.
by Jimmy WestenbergAugust 4, 20155

Angry Birds 2 review: how does it compare to the original?

Is Angry Birds 2 a worthy successor to what could be the most popular mobile game in existence? I have spent a good amount of time with it and am ready to share my opinion!
by Edgar CervantesAugust 4, 20154
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