Tag: Apps & Games

It’s time for the Big Game: Here’s how to stream the Super Bowl

New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams fans, rejoice — it’s almost time for the 53rd iteration of the Big Game. Tickets for this year’s Super Bowl are prohibitively expensive — we’re talking at least $2,870 a pop, folks. Not everyone has that much disposable income burning a hole in their pockets. Thankfully, we live […]

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Alien: Blackout review: A mostly competent FNaF-inspired Android horror game… mostly

[embedded content] Alien: Blackout is not Alien: Isolation 2. From the trademark discovery, to the expected launch at The Game Awards that didn’t happen, to the teaser starring Isolation’s protagonist Amanda Ripley — fans of the 2014 game for PC and consoles were finally beginning to believe they might actually get a full-acid-blooded sequel to […]

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The Google Assistant app is rolling out dark mode cards, and they look pretty terrible

Dark mode is all the rage on Android right now, with many of even Google’s own apps either having or being in the process of adding support for shadier themes (and it’s not just Google apps). Soon, Android itself will support a darker palette at the OS level – something many in the community feel is […]

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Get Digital Wellbeing on any Android device with ActionDash

Google’s Digital Wellbeing initiative is excellent, but it’s limited to Pixel and Android One handsets. Fortunately, Chris Lacy, the developer behind Action Launcher and other apps, just released ActionDash, bringing most of Digital Wellbeing’s features to every Android device. Just like with Digital Wellbeing, ActionDash is a cleanly-design app that provides you with phone and […]

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Westworld game that ripped off Fallout Shelter is dead, already pulled from app stores

The official Westworld mobile game is dead. Or, it will be: on April 16th, 2019, the game will go offline permanently – never to return (it has already been removed from the Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store). Given that it requires an internet connection to play, that makes this a full-on death sentence, […]

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The best Android apps for Chromebooks you can install right now

Although Google set out to create a lightweight, web-based operating system with Chrome OS, you can’t deny that running Android apps on a Chromebook is an exciting selling point. Unfortunately, not every app works as intended on Google’s browser-based platform. After all, support for Google Play and Android apps is still a work in progress. […]

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