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Monument Valley has new chapter, free on Amazon App Store

Monument Valley is still one of the most critically-acclaimed and popular mobile games out there. It is also one of the more unique puzzle games available, for those of you who are already "jaded" when it comes to the various games of its genre that are repetitive and eventually get boring. The only complaint about this game is that it is too short. But they keep adding chapters, so that's a relief. The latest update brings the heroine Ida's Dream Chapter.

Four more countries can now sell apps on Google Play Store

As Google Play Store continues to expand its territory and compete with its rivals specifically Amazon App Store, expect them to add even more countries to their list of those that can sell paid apps on their store. Today, developers from Azerbaijan, Iceland, Peru, and Yemen can now earn money by selling their apps and adding in-app purchases on the Google Play Store.

3rd chapter of Geometry Wars now out for Android devices

When we say Geometry Wars here, we don't mean an-all out battle to find out who's the best when solving sine/cosine and other geometrical problems. What we have is the 3rd chapter in the never-ending war to become the supreme shooter that beats all other shape shooters. Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions brings you to a whole other level in terms of frenetic arcade shooting games, and it is now available for your Android devices.

SBK15 Official Mobile Game released, ready to excite Superbike fans

The SBK15 Official Mobile Game is one popular app that's been downloaded more than 4.5 million times from all over the world. A new season of the racing game was just released by Digital Tales but it's the same superbike adventure that will excite the wits out of you. That is, if you're into daredevil stunts or simply ready for extreme motorbike rides.

Telegram 3.0 now offers Bot API, platform for developers

While the numbers game (meaning users and advertisers probably) is being fought among more popular messenger apps like Viber, WhatsApp, LINE, and Messenger among others, there is one app that may be smaller than them but has a more innovative and open approach for the market. Telegram recently allowed users to create their own stickers, and now developers can actually create their own bots using the API and platform that they're offering for third-party creators.

Amazon releases Free App of the Day Bundle for June worth over $50

Every month, those who are app hoarders probably look forward to Amazon's treat every month, where they give away a whole bunch of apps for Android devices for free. The Free App of the Day Bundle for June includes some that have been previously part of the deal, like the all-important AVG AntiVirusPro, and some that have been included for the first time like Simply Yoga, and games like Crazy Rocket.

Valve updated the Steam app to Material Design spec, sort of

Let’s all be honest here, Valve is not going to win any design awards for the way they have designed the Steam Android app, or even the Steam program on your PC. A lot of people have not-so-nice things to say about the Steam apps, but hey, they do the job. We should be a bit happy to know that Valve has sort of updated the Steam app to reflect a UI close to (but not totally) Material Design.

Plex updated to v4.5, adds voice search using Google Voice

This is the second time this month that we’re getting a version upgrade for Plex. The upgrade to version 4.4 was exciting, bringing fixes for Plex interfacing with Android TV and the addition of channel support. Now we go to version 4.5, where you can now launch Plex from the device’s launcher using a voice prompt through Google Voice.
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