Falcon Pro, but this week the developer have pushed out another massive update for the popular Twitter app. It's difficult to find good app support in this day and age, but thankfully, the person behind Falcon Pro - Joaquim Vergès - is all too willing to constantly improve and tweak his app. Even though the app received significant updates at the end of December and then again at the beginning of January, Vergès is back just a couple of weeks later with even more features to add to the already long list.
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will be following next week. While it isn't a big surprise to see games releasing on iOS before coming to Android, at least there isn't too big of a gap between releases in this case. There was just one small problem: even though Temple Run 2's developers said it will be coming to Android next week, they didn't give a specific date, leaving many eager fans in the dark as to when the game would actually launch.
Gameloft's Wild Blood, then it's time to get excited, because the developer has launched the first update for the game on the Google Play Store. It's taken Gameloft awhile to push this update considering Wild Blood was released way back in October, but we suppose "better late than never" is the mantra to live by in this case. That's especially true when you see all of the stuff that's being added with this update, including a new multiplayer mode that sounds like quite a bit of fun.
Nexus 4 is still missing in action on the Google Play Store, the Nexus 7 has appeared back in stock only this time with T-Mobile along for the ride. Previously Google was only selling their Nexus 7 + Mobile with an AT&T sim card, but today they've added T-Mobile to their list. This means you'll be able to enjoy those T-Mobile HSPA+ 42 network speeds while on the go with your tablet.
Instapaper app may want to fire up the Play Store and grab this latest update. The update has brought the Instapaper app up to version 1.2, however perhaps more important -- it has brought a mix of fixes and improvements as well as some new features. Just to begin with, the update changelog notes performance improvements and bug fixes.
Google Play Store. The app is free and sporting support for devices running Android 2.1 or later.
Rovio Mobile has rolled-out the latest Angry Birds app update, this time for the Space edition. This latest update can be found by way of the Google Play Store where it is currently sitting at version 1.4.0. Of course, version number aside, you will recognize this latest update due to the new water galaxy -- PigDipper.
Facebook and Facebook Messenger apps in the Google Play Store and is currently sitting at version 1.0. Also similar to the other Facebook branded apps, the Pages Manager app is available for free and with the requirement of Android 2.2 or later for use.
June of 2012, Google began letting developers reply directly to user comments in the Play Store. The one catch with that, this was made available only for a select group of developers, those sporting a "Top Developer Badge." And well, flash forward back to the present day and it looks like this is now rolling-out to all developers.
Blockbuster has officially released their latest Android app. This latest app is aimed at disc rental (as opposed to on-the-go streaming) and is available by way of the Google Play and Amazon app stores. The app is said to be aimed at making movie renting a more mobile experience.