With Christmas less than a week away, just about every Google Play app seems to be going on sale. Now Rockstar joins the club by slashing the price on Max Payne and Grand Theft Auto III down to just $.99.
Wild Blood. Unreal Engine. $0.99. Need I say more?
A few weeks ago we reported that Zeptolab was preparing a new puzzle game, Pudding Monsters. Yesterday, the title officially landed in the Google Play store.
Anomaly Korea, the sequel to the popular fortress offense game Anomaly Warzone Earth, is now available on Google Play Store for $2.83. Here’s your chance to save Earth from a full alien invasion.
Today’s Google Play deal is a free e-book called “How to Mix Drinks”, a collection of recipes on drinks, cocktails, and punches that was first published in 1862.
Distimo have released a fascinating report into the performance of Apple and Google’s app stores throughout 2012. We dissect some of the data and find out what the most popular apps are, which country download the most stuff and importantly who makes the most money.
The popular to-do list app, Wunderlist, received a host of new features in the new 2.0 update. There’s a new cloud syncing feature, allowing you to share lists between your phone and computers, as well as many more new improvements.
The now famous game developer team Rovio has apparently not put Angry Birds Rio on the shelf yet. A new update has come along with 24 new levels. The catch is that players have to earn the levels before playing them.
Just over a month ago, users of Google Play Music in Europe gained the scan and match feature, allowing them to take their music on the go without having to upload it. Now U.S. users are getting the same functionality.
Yesterday we told you that Google Play would be counting down to 2013 a little differently than it counted down to 2012. Today that trend continues and celebrates a legendary musician’s birthday in the process.