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Chronology: save the future by traveling to the past

"Time changes everything". And this new Android game seems to take it literally. Time travel is something that has fascinated a lot of people (well at least those interested in science fiction in the first place) and those people will definitely enjoy playing Chronology, a puzzle platformer game that will enable you to travel back and forth in time in order to ensure that the world will eventually have a future.

Niantic Labs’ Ingress game to be turned by Google into a TV show

Well, moving to TV certainly seems like one of the options available for Google right now to make more money off the hit AR (augmented reality) game Ingress. The game was created by the mothership’s gaming studio, Niantic Labs, and has been one of the real hits that brought AR gaming into the public spotlight. The question is, how do you package the game for TV?

Be part of the Star Wars Rebels in new Android game

With just 9 months to go until the release of Episode VII, fans will try to get their hands on everything Star Wars until then. The expected success of the Star Wars Rebels animated series has led to some great multi-media tie-ups, from a comic series to action figures, etc. Now we have an Android game that lets you become an intergalactic hero out to battle against the Empire. Welcome to Star Wars Rebels: Recon.

EDM powerhouse Beatport now has Android mobile app

For electonic music fans, having an app dedicated to your favorite genre is a dream come true, especially if it's created by an EDM powerhouse like Beatport. The new mobile app will now let you have unlimited music streaming on your smartphone or tablet, as well as give you all the latest events, concerts, and performances from SFX Entertainment, owner of Beatport and all other related events to the genre.

PushBullet now lets you reply to BBM and GroupMe as well

PushBullet is shaping up to be one very useful but also somewhat rather odd app. What once started as a simply way to "push" links and files is now slowly but surely becoming a courier as well. Just weeks after it opened the doors to WhatsApp, Hangouts, Facebook and other popular messaging services, now it is welcoming BBM and GroupMe into the family. And like those other apps, you not only get a notification about the message on your computer, you can actually reply to them as well right then and there.

TiVo overhauls Android app to release version 3.0

TiVo was a technology that started to change how people viewed their TV shows. It may not be the industry leader now, but it helped pave the way for the likes of Netflix, Hulu, etc. It's still alive and kicking right now, partnering up with all these video streaming services and still having that loyal fan base. However, their mobile app left a lot to be desired. Until now, that is. Version 3.0 of the TiVo Mobile App is much improved and makes watching your shows from your box to your device now more seamless.

SoulCraft franchise outs cross platform MOBA game

Mobilebits has probably made a ton of cash and game dev rep out of its SoulCraft franchise on Android. The latest release, SoulCraft 2: League of Angels, was a graphically beautiful RPG hack-and-slash game. And yet here we are once more with another addition to the SoulCraft family – this time a MOBA (multiplayer online battle arena) game called Heroes of SoulCraft – that is interesting enough to look at because of its cross-platform premise.

Amazon offers unlimited cloud storage plans

It used to be that users were already satisfied with getting 1 or 2 GB free from cloud storage services. But with the amount of media and data files that we collect everyday, mobile users are now looking for those that will be able to offer more than that. Some still go for free storage, but others are now willing to pay given the right incentive and also given the right, trusted brand. Amazon is a name that most people willingly share their credit card info with on a regular basis so it should be right up their ally.

Syberia 2 adventure game now available for Android devices

If 2004 seems like a million years ago (well, a decade to be precise), then it means it's time to introduce a whole new generation to a game that was extremely popular back then. Syberia 2 is the sequel to, well, of course Syberia (which also came to Android recently) and is now available for the first time for Android smartphones and tablets.

Square Enix’s Final Fantasy: Record Keeper in the house

You think Square Enix and you immediately think Final Fantasy. That’s what you’re getting with “Final Fantasy: Record Keeper”, a nostalgic review of great Final Fantasy series moments. This time though, Square Enix is partnering with DeNA for their “free-to-play” expertise – which is good news for us. This new game is available F2P, that is, free-to-play.
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