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Tapatalk 4 public beta arrives in the Google Play Store

It looks like we once again have a publicly available Tapatalk beta to play with. This latest is available by way of the Google Play Store and has arrived as Tapatalk 4. We suspect the Tapatalk name will be familiar for many, however for those who may not be as familiar -- this is the app you will want if you find yourself browsing community forums from your smartphone or tablet.

Sherpa digital assistant app coming to Google Glass

Sherpa, for those not familiar with the name, is a virtual assistant app for Android. The app had been available for those in Spain and Latin America and back in mid-April it was released in beta form for those in the US market. That app has since seen some updates, however at the present time it is still sporting the beta tag. Putting the regular Android app to the side though, it looks like Sherpa has set their sights on Google Glass.

Fast & Furious 6: The Game arrives for Android

We had seen the teasers, however as of today, Fast & Furious 6: The Game has officially arrived for Android. The game is available for free and currently sitting in the Google Play Store. We know there was a fair amount of people waiting for this release, but we suspect there may be a bit of disappointment. That is not to say you shouldn't test the game yourself, but our experience was not all that great and to make sure we were not alone in those thoughts, we checked the current Play Store comments.

Google Play update allows developers to directly reply to user reviews

Google has announced the latest update for the Play Store. This time around the update is dealing with app reviews and it is one that should help to improve communication between the developer and the end-user. The level of communication will likely vary from app to app and developer to developer, however moving forward, developers will be able to directly reply to Play Store user reviews.

Google Play ‘Games’ fully revealed ahead of Google I/O

All the details regarding Google Play Games, the new home for gamers and Android's response to iOS Game Center, has been revealed this weekend just days before Google I/O. Back in April some details found inside the Google My Glass APK hinted at a gaming center, but today we know all the juicy details. Android will finally be getting universal cloud-based game saves, and much, much more.

Carmageddon for Android released by Stainless Games

As was expected, Stainless Games Ltd has released Carmageddon. The app can be found by way of the Google Play Store and at the moment is available in two versions. There is the promo release and the paid release. The key here, both of these are the full and complete game. That being said, lets cover what Carmageddon is and break down these two versions to see which you may want to grab.