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Comcast’s Xfinity Share streaming app now available for all Xfinity users

Live streaming now is not just about binge-watching on Netflix or Hulu. With the advent of such apps like Periscope and Meerkat, Facebook’s foray into Live sessions for celebrities, and even gamers streaming their gameplay, users want the ability to share their most important moments with people who matter, and they want to do it live. Comcast a few months ago launched their own live streaming service to limited users, but now, all Xfinity subscribers will be able to use the service and app as well.

Harbringer is the newest one in the Battlestation game series

If you enjoy playing the Battlestation game series, whether on your PC or on your mobile devices, then you will probably want to download the latest one from the developers. Battle station: Harbinger brings more of the same adventure, this time in a real-time space strategy game. Your mission now is to stop just reaching for the stars and instead be in the midst of an actual space opera on your Android device.

Lead your football team to glory in Championship Manager: All Stars 

Now that European football season has already begun, you will spend many weekends with your blood pressure rising because the manager of the team you’re supporting makes seemingly idiotic decisions. Games like Football Manager, where you actually get to manage a virtual football team, has helped fans understand the intricacies and given them the chance to actually affect the changes they want to make, even if it’s just make-believe. A new version called Championship Manager: All Stars is now available for you to practice more.

WWE SuperCard Season 2: more superstars and features

Back in the day, before there were computers or smartphones, kids (and even some adults) collected and played with trading cards of their favorite athletes or celebrities. The concept still hasn’t gone away and has just evolved into the digital landscape. The WWE SuperCard card trading game was one of the most popular wrestling-related apps and it’s now back for a “second season” with more wrestling superstars and newer features to make card-battling even more fun.

Trick your nosy friends browsing through your phone with Ninja Snap

Some apps are meant for learning something new. Some are meant to while away the time. Some are for trying to organize your life. Some are for deepening your life. While there are those that are simply meant for fun and to trick or prank your friends. Ninja Snap is one of those, and it is meant for those friends who love to nosily browse through your photos, even without asking for your permission. It’s time to get them back!

There’s now a place like Home on HERE for Android Beta

As the Wizard of Oz, or rather Dorothy, taught us, there really is no place like home. And before, navigation app HERE literally didn’t have a place like home on their app. But now, at least in the Android Beta version, you now can put your most frequent destination just one click away from every place you go to and from. HERE has made it easier for its users to go home however or wherever they may be coming from.

Toon Wars lets you play real-time online tank battles

No HD or pixel-art graphics this time but rather just good old cartoon-ish graphics for your enjoyment. "Toon Wars" is a new multi-player tank battle game that takes place in a 3D battleground. Developed by Extreme Developers (yup, that's the name of the company), this is great for those who are into online battle gaming.

Turn back time with new Google Photos memory feature

Timehop started it all. Facebook’s On This Day feature followed suit. #ThrowbackThursday is a regular feature on social networks every, well, Thursday. Now, Google Photos is doing its part to bring you nostalgic feels by giving you a trip down memory lane. The opt-in feature will show you photos taken from a year ago, two years before that, and even as long as ten years back, as long as they are backed up on the app.
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