Citing “keyword spam” as the complaint, Google has done away with featured user commentary in app descriptions. The change will hopefully improve searches.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic has been ported over to Android for your Sith fighting, Jedi training RPG adventure needs. Priced at 50% off right now, come check it out.
The popular Chinese benchmarking application AnTuTu has been updated to version 5.5 complete with an impressive visual redesign and support for 64-bit CPUs.
Facebook knows that you like its cute emoticon characters, and to satiate the sensation it’s released a photo editing app that works with Messenger.
This week we talk about the release of Hearthstone, Baldur’s Gate II, Half-LIfe 2 Episode 1, and more Android apps and games news!
BlackBerry has released an update to its Android BBM application, taking the version number to 2.6. Lollipop support is included and many other features.
Plex for Android is updating now with improved playback options, updated app layout and more. The full changelog looks like Plex has put some passion into the mobile app.
Amazon’s main app from the Play Store, which has been downloaded between 50 and 100 million times, has been removed from the store.
Now that the Nexus 6 is out and in (some) customer’s hands, Google has decided to phase out the white and red Nexus 5 variants from the Play Store.
Google is planning on removing non-updated watch faces from the Play Store by January 31st. Developers: hurry up and update!