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Spotify introduces Discover Weekly personalized “mixtape” for users

They may still be one of the most popular music streaming services out there, but the emergence of competitors that are bent on enticing users to their own product means that Spotify will have to step up their game even more. Apple Music’s human-curated playlists has been making headway with music lovers, but it isn’t as personal as some would like it to be. Therefore, Spotify’s new Discover Weekly feature may be the thing that some are looking for.

Google+ Photos to shut down, users migrate to new Google Photos

We knew it was coming, even though they’ve announced it only now. Google is effectively shutting down its previous photo cloud service, Google+ Photos. This is practically because of the new “unlimited” Google Photos that they released last May. Users of the previous service have been receiving prompts to migrate to the new one, and if you value the photos you’ve stored in the former, you better upload them to the latter.

RetroArch Android update: UI overhaul, under-the-hood changes

Video game console emulators have made it possible for mobile gamers to make use of their smartphones or tablets to play their favorite games, without having to bring along their game consoles everywhere they go. One of the more popular and well-received apps that do this is RetroArch, which we mentioned as one of our favorites before. Now the app has received a long awaited update, bringing an overhaul of its user interface, as well as several under-the-hood tinkers.

Feel the platform runner thrill in WonderCat Adventures

Cats own The Internets. In some part of the cyber world, there's a community of all cats that have become so popular in the web. We're tempted to make our own 'cats' category here because there are just too many cat and kitten-themed mobile games and apps on Google Play Store. There are probably hundreds to thousands already and I know we can't feature them all no matter how cute, entertaining, and addictive they all are.

Kemco releases ‘Tears Revolude’ RPG, interesting new gameplay, plot

From time to time, you do get the odd let’s-try-something-new game from Japanese game developers Kemco – and this new RPG called “Tears Revolude” will certainly fall under that category. We don’t get knights and dragons and fighters and wizards at the onset, we get a guy trying to find lost art. While that may not be to strange or even too common, it sure piques our interest as to what the game has in store for this “lost art” guy.

Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf is now out on Android, finally

For a game to be in development since 2013, it must mean that the developers took a whole lot of time figuring the game out and making sure it’s fit for gaming time. HeroCraft are not slouches as developers, so you could mostly expect a good game out of “Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf” – the game finally launching via the Google Play Store.

Try not to die as fast as you can in Stuntman Stuart

If you’ve always dreamed of being a Hollywood action movie stuntman but you’ve always been afraid of a little blood, the threat of impalement and decapitation, and maybe the possibility of dying, then you’ve probably made a good decision not to pursue that dream. Instead, you can just play a stuntman in a digital world, and with this new mobile game called Stuntman Stuart, you can avoid dying as fast as you can as you perform these death-defying stunts.

Dragon Ball Z Dokan Battle now available worldwide on Android 

If you’re a huge Dragon Ball Z fan and love anything released that is connected to your beloved anime, then you were probably frustrated when the newest game from the franchise was released in Japan only. But now, Bandai Namco has announced that Dragon Ball Z Dokan Battle is now available to the rest of the world (well, still selected territories) and not just Japan anymore, where it enjoyed 15 million downloads in 3 months. Now it’s our turn to enjoy the intense Dragon Ball universe once again, this time on our Android devices.