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Brain It On to challenge your thinking and mobile drawing style

Sometimes, you want to play brainless games where you just match 3 or you slice some fruits. There are times when you want to let out your inner brute in violent, combat games. And then there are times when you want to challenge your brain to solve puzzles that may seem simple but are actually pretty difficult. A new game called Brain It On will do the third thing we mentioned, and if you're in the mood for that type of mobile game, then you'd probably enjoy this one.

New ‘Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom’ released by SEGA

SEGA's Sonic Runners was updated and went live worldwide just last week. Our favorite hedgehog has been busy running and dashing on several games. Sonic even partied with the Angry Birds and pigs in a Dash Crossover which is offered on a limited time. First released in November 2013, the original Sonic Dash endless runner saga is getting a sequel--the Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom. This game is still based on the Sonic Boom cartoon series that avid fans of Sonic the Hedgehog are all familiar with.

Opera Mini for Android adds Facebook notifications

The Opera Mini web browser for Android was recently updated so you can control more of your social notifications. This improvement remembers one's login and details and displays important notifications about activities in your favorite social network--Facebook. You can always customize settings of things you want to be notified of like recent status update, photo, video, comments, likes, or shared links.

Start a running lifestyle with WalknRun fitness app

While fitness apps and devices have been a continuously growing industry, not all mobile users are keen on adapting a healthy lifestyle, for various reasons (probably because it's really hard). But you don't really have to start from doing no exercise to immediately hardcore working out. Even something as simple as walking or running for fitness isn't that easy, and you would need to do it, literally, one step at a time. An app called WalknRun can help you in this journey towards becoming a regular runner.

CyanogenMod to release Gello, a Chromium-based browser

If there’s one thing you can be sure of, it’s that you will never run out of browser choices for Android – in the Google Play Store alone, you may possibly drown in all the choices you have for browser apps. Today we have an announcement that CyanogenMod – those guys behind your CM11 and CM12 custom ROMs – that they are working on “Gello”, a browser that is based on the open source Chromium code.

Snapchat update: tap to view, snapcodes with picture, two-step authentication

If you're a Snapchat user for the longest time, you've probably had calluses grow on your finger if you view a lot of snaps and stories on the app. That's because, for those who don't know, you have to hold a finger down in order to view them. That's okay if it's just a single picture. But if you're watching a 30 second video, it gets kind of annoying. A new update to the ephemeral messaging app now allows you to just tap to view, and brings other features as well.

BlueStacks for Mac, running Android apps on your OSX

If you mentioned BlueStacks to anyone before reading this article, they would probably know about the Android emulator for running apps on a PC, of which BlueStacks claim that there are around 90 million users of their software on a Windows platform. That total is bound to increase, now that BlueStacks is announcing that their Android emulator software will now be available for Mac users.

Users say Google capping “unlimited” uploads in Photos storage [UPDATE]

The use of the term "unlimited" has always been a contentious one between users and services who bandy about the term, even though they know that technically they're still offering a finite amount of bandwidth or space or whatever it is they're offering. When Google Photos first came out, people were pretty excited with the unlimited storage that they were harping on. But now some users are reporting that they are now being capped when uploading a large number of photos to their Google cloud.

YouTube brings 60fps support to its mobile Android app

Even though mobile devices are of course much more convenient, there are times when you'd rather do something on the desktop version of an app because the quality is so much better. One of those things is watch YouTube videos, spefically, action videos or gaming trailers or walk-throughs, etc. But now, your YouTube mobile app has something to sing (or rather, watch) about as the video sharing giant brings the 60 frames per second support for Android devices. They are also bringing changes and improvements to both desktop and mobile, most of which will be applied in the coming weeks.

SwiftKey adds adaptive layouts for nine more Indian languages

The team behind SwiftKey has done it again. The last one went out of beta phase back in May but the developers just announced additional adaptive layouts for nine more Indian languages. This may not matter to most SwiftKey users but those in India will appreciate that they are now allowed easier typing on the Android app for their native languages such as Manipuri, Oriya, Bengali, Kannada, Punjabi, Malayalam, Konkani, Telugu, and Assamese.

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