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Two new Marvel games up for soft launch, will soon be available

As the Age of Ultron slowly nears… ok, that sounded a tad too cinematic. Let’s try again. As the month of May slowly approaches and Marvel fans all over the world are gearing up for what should be a fun ride with Avengers 2: Age of Ultron, Marvel is keen to stoke the fires with two new games – Marvel Mighty Heroes and Marvel Future Fight. Both are on soft launch at the moment and are not available in the US yet, but should soon be.

Figure the best route to your destination with TomTom GO Mobile

Getting around a city or a suburb, whether it's an everyday routine or you're in an unfamiliar place, is getting more and more complicated. Yes, your native maps on your smartphone can show you where your destination is, but you sometimes need much more than that. TomTom GO Mobile is the latest app that will help you navigate your way through traffic jams, unfamiliar territory, and even avoid speed traps.

UltraTuner for Android is the app for all your music tuning needs

You may have heard of IK Multimedia before, they’re the makers of what will go down in history as the most popular guitar-to-iPhone-to-amp effects processing unit, the famous iRig. Just recently, IK made the popular guitar accessory available for Android users where it was once an iOS-only proposition. Cue rejoicing everywhere. They’re back with another Android app to complement your guitar needs – the UltraTuner.

Organize your notes in new Google Keep update

In case you have a gazillion notes saved on your Google Keep and the organized person in you is just screaming for some semblance of order, the folks over at Google have finally heard your cry for help. An update to the sticky note-ish app brings a way to bring order to the chaos by introducing labels. It has also made Keep a legit productivity helper by adding recurring reminders for the to-do notes that you, uhm, keep in it.

Facebook launches new products, tools to connect family of apps

Facebook's annual developer conferences, F8, is just one day over, and already they've made major announcements in terms of new platforms, products, and tools to take advantage of the social media giant's entire portfolio of apps. The biggest ones concerned their Messenger app, which has now been opened for developers, and the preview of the upcoming Businesses on Messenger platform where businesses can interact directly and one-on-one with customers.

Facebook Messenger opens up its platform to developers

We knew this was coming, as all its competitors are moving in this direction. Facebook finally announced that their Messenger app is now an open platform where developers can develop their own apps to enhance the users' messaging and communications experience. They've also released the initial 40 or so apps which allows people to express themselves in more creative and multi-media rich ways.

Pit cards against castles in Arcanox Android game

Where would you be able to play a collectible card, tower defense, and combat strategy MMO game all in one place? Well on your Android smartphone and tablet of course! Mobile games are getting more and more integrated and post-modern and the newest game on the block is proof of it. Arcanox: Cards vs Castle is a truly exciting game that combines the best things about those three types of games we mentioned and brings it to your mobile device for you to enjoy wherever you are.

Boom Dots is a highly addictive, one-tap game for Android

You would think that a game that just requires you to tap once would eventually bore you to death right? But trust game developers to come up with new ways of making us slaves to our smartphones and spend hours just trying to beat the challenges in minimalist but complicated games. The latest to vie for your attention is called Boom Dots and we wish you luck in trying to escape from its rounded, spiky claws.

Pay with OpenTable now ready for Android

OpenTable has been making restaurant reservations easier and faster especially since it was added to Google Glass last year and with the recent update released only last month. Well, the app's development team is adding another new feature that allows mobile payments. Pay with OpenTable is now available for download so you can reserve and pay for your dinner right on your Android smartphone.

Your phone may be exposed to ‘Android Installer Hijacking’

In an open ecosystem like Android OS, bugs and malware will continue to exist, as long as there is precious personal data to mine and people with malicious intent to take advantage of the security holes in the OS. Palo Alto Network’s Unit 42 has just released an announcement of what a vulnerability it calls “Android Installer Hijacking”, which may be present in almost half of Android devices out there.
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