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Link Bubble Browser goes from premium to free

Earlier this month, we noted that Link Bubble and TapPath were acquired by another startup from independent developer Chris Lacy. His apps became successful beyond his expectations and since he didn't have enough resources and manpower, he decided to sell it off to an unknown American company. But looks like we have a name now as a certain Brian Bondy announced in his page the availability of Link Bubble Browser--for free!

Calendar automatically adds events, travel for Google Apps users

For people who constantly travel or are always getting invited and going to events, adding information to their calendars can be a vexing task, either for the individual or whoever is handling their calendar. If you’re a Google Apps user for work or for your organization, then you’ll be happy to know that your life will become a bit easier as anything pertaining to a trip or event that is received by your Gmail will then be added to your Google Calendar.

Solve puzzles to win in Pokémon Shuffle Mobile

You really gotta catch 'em all and in this new Pokemon game for Android, you have to complete a puzzle game involving more Pokémon. This game involves choosing and lining up a minimum of three Pokémon (Match-3) in either horizontal or vertical directions to fight against a wild Pokemon. If you're a fan of the cute pocket monsters, brace yourselves because you're sure to get addicted to the Pokémon Shuffle Mobile game.

“Avoid” is one cute but morbid mobile arcade game

Blades are deadly and if you are in space or just somewhere high in the atmosphere you need to avoid those sharp teeth or else you're dead. And while you're busy avoiding them, collect coins so you can unlock more characters to play. All you need to do is touch and drag to control the character around the screen.

Try to escape using your brains in Escape Ep. Manor

Probably one of the greatest fears of most people is to be trapped in a creepy chamber in a haunted manor, and the only way to get out is to solve some brain-scratching puzzles (okay, especially that last part). But if it’s a hypothetical situation in a mobile game, then yes, we would probably download it, especially if it’s for free. Escape Ep. Manor is one such game that will challenge your wits, make you a little scared (especially if you wear headphones), and give you a break from what we assume is your monotonous daily work life.

Facebook Moments can now make videos from your gathered photos

Two months ago, Facebook launched Moments, a stand-alone app that allows you to gather the photos posted on the social networks that you didn’t take but you’re in it. Unfortunately, it was only for US users and of course for a first release, there were some things that needed to be improved. Their newest update now brings it to more countries and also lets you make videos from the photos in your moment.

Floatify Version 8: more customizable options, new features

Even before Android 5.0 Lollipop made heads-up notifications common to all updated devices, there was an app called Floatify that was ahead of the game (well, they did base it on L but launched ahead of it). And if you weren’t satisfied with the stock notification settings from Google, you might have stuck with Floatify even as your devices got Lollipop-ized. Now, more than a year later, they’re launching version 8.0 of the app and it comes with a ton of new and customizable goodies that makes this one of the better alternatives to the default Android notification system.

Samsung gives digital gifts for Galaxy Note 5 and S6 edge Plus buyers

Aside from the fact that you have a new smartphone or phablet, one of the things owners of new Samsung gadgets look forward to is the fact that the OEM gives them free digital gifts. For Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 edge Plus owners, the new set of Galaxy Gifts consists of 14 treats from various apps, from games, to subscriptions to digital content to exercise apps to a discount on your next trip through a travel app.

Google to publicly launch YouTube Gaming tomorrow, August 26

Twitch has introduced a new level of gaming but it will soon have a rival when YouTube Gaming goes live. We described it as Google’s own version of vicarious gaming and we'll know soon enough how it would change the live gaming landscape. The timing may be a bit late because summer is over and school has just started but hey, this is a new kind of gaming I'm pretty sure most geeks would love to try and get into.
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