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Google Play’s Free App of the Week: Dr. Panda & Toto’s Treehouse

A couple of weeks ago, Google started offering Free App of the Week. The point of this promo is to get more people to download apps directly from the Google Play Store instead of going to Amazon Appstore or the Samsung Galaxy Store. Unfortunately, it's not easy to locate the free app offer on the Play Store so we'll just share it with you. For the first week, it was 'Daniel Tiger Grr-ific Feelings' offered for free when it's original price is $2.99. Last week, it was the Toca Hair Salon 2. For this week, it's Dr. Panda & Toto's Treehouse.

Google Play now has a Free App of the Week system

To encourage more people to use the Google Play Store and maybe stop them from going to their default app stores like Samsung, Amazon, etc, Google has now started offering a free "app of the week". These apps may range from anything from a game to a launcher to a productivity app, all of which were previously paid but will be offered for free for a week. While it still doesn't top Amazon's free app of the day, anything offered for free is very much welcome for mobile users.

Nuts! is a cute new endless ‘climbing’ game

If you’re looking for your next cute attack, check out this cool new game from Limbic, traditional purveyors of awesomely crafted games like Zombie Gunship and Tower Madness. This new game is an endless runner – or should we say, “endless tree climber” – called “Nuts!” which we think will be a sure hit with you and your family.

LAS app lets you shift easily between last apps used

If your TV has a previous channel button that makes it easier for you to switch between channels, shouldn’t smartphones have the same thing? Of course, instead of between channels, it would let you easily go to and from the last two apps that you’re using. But since there’s no actual button on smartphones right now, we have to content ourselves with an app like LAS: Last App Switcher.

Synchronize Ultimate syncs files thru cloud, free unlock in XDA

The Synchronize Ultimate app does exactly what it says it does – that is, sync your folders across devices and cloud storage accounts. It’s not a new idea, but when you realize the app’s versatility of being able to sync to and between devices and a range of 35 different cloud storage services, the possibilities begin to open up for this app.

AppSpot is an app launcher in disguise

To say that Android has many homescreen replacements and app launchers is an understatement, but AppSpot could still manage to stand apart from the crowd. While it may behave like any other Android app, its sole purpose in life is to find and launch other apps. Yes, AppSpot is an app launcher that is an app.

4096 Hexa game app is 2048 on steroids

Some people have called the impossibly addictive download hit game “2048” as “Flappy Bird for math geeks”. To a certain point, we would agree to that, given the number of people on our social network timelines posting their 2048 game progress. But because we live in a global society where it’s getting more difficult to lengthen attention span – and because four corners are not enough – we bring you 4096 Hexa, and be scared now, because it is exactly what you think it is.

Disney piles on the hype with Star Wars Assault Team

As sci-fi fans worldwide are bracing themselves for the anticipated resurrection of one of the most hallowed franchises in film history, Disney is only all too willing to add to the hype as they take over the Star Wars universe. A new free mobile game – Star Wars Assault Team – has now been made available for download and is sure to whet the appetite of Star Wars fans young and old.
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