PUBG has been out on Android for a number of months now and while players have enjoyed the mobile version of the game, it has lacked one key feature. First-person mode is common in most games like PUBG, but is only now making its way into the mobile game with v0.6.0.
Instagram is going right for competitors in unfamiliar territory having announced a video service today. IGTV is a long-form video platform that will roll out in the “next few weeks” on Android and iOS devices. Instagram has been forward thinking with recent app updates, but prepare yourself for a taste of something new that could pave way for the future.
After getting a brief tease only last week and many Google app updates, a brand new app has been announced by Google. This week, Google is rolling out Google Podcasts– a dedicated podcast mobile application for Android users. The search giant managed to keep this a secret until a week ago, and most Android device owners will be able to download the app on their mobile by the end of the week.
A recent FCC filing by Motorola has hinted at an upcoming Moto C smartphone. The Moto C2 has been rumored for some time and like the original Moto C, will be a low-end device with branding from Lenovo’s subsidiary Motorola. However, it seems that the device will be powered by Google’s Android Go OS.
The hit TV series on HBO, Westworld, has come to Android in the form of a mobile game. With help from Warner Bros., the app has been brought to Google’s Play Store for Android users to download.
Amazon is selling Samsung’s newest flagship model at a discount price. While time and supply lasts, buyers of the larger Galaxy S9+ will save $100 on their purchase. The deal is exclusive to Amazon and running now.
If you’re on Verizon or thinking about switching to the carrier, there’s an opportunity to buy Google’s newest flagship smartphone for $400 less than usual. You don’t see an offer with this much savings everyday, though there are some precautions. Here’s what you need to know before making a purchase.