Welcome to 284 Android Apps every week! Here are the big headlines from last week:
- The first preview of the Android Q developer came out this week. You can read about the full information here. But there is one interesting thing for people who love the app and that is their native screen recording. It's not easy to find or use. It is also quite remarkable and does not work well. However, if it does go into Android stock, it could cause problems for the app system to take a screen. Android did the same with flashlight apps and others. We'll see if that works out in Android Q or if Google removes it.
- Google Earth gets a buzz with new games in the app. They turn around the game right of Carmen Sandiego. You will find information you find to find the Carmen Sandiego. The first portion is now alive. It can be played in the Google Earth app in addition to the web browser. There are more games coming to the future. See the link for more!
- Google Allo closed this week. Google's attempt to clear its message ecosystems has started officially. Allo users can still save their chat history, but that's about it. The service has withdrawn from use. We knew this was coming back recently and so it is not surprising. Fond farewell to Allo. We were always keen on you.
- Microsoft is scoring the Windows 10 screen screen for Android devices. It is a slow motion and currently few users have had it. The distribution should affect everyone last. To be used, you need a smart phone with Android 7.x Nougat or higher and the latest building on Windows 10 Insider. Your PC also needs Bluetooth support with Low Power Transfer mode. Click on the link to learn more!
- Facebook and Instagram had a big impact this week. The apps and websites had been lowered for a number of hours and different after that for a number of hours. Everyone thought that it was a software problem first. However, Facebook eventually turned out that it was a problem with its servers. In total, the problem lasted for more than half a day, but eventually a service was finally restored.
Hyperspeed is a more modern social game. You and another player link with video chat and play video games together. It's a game of racing with the Tron style graphics. It is not just advanced or deep. However, it works well as a social arcade game. You can change your game camera with some beautiful pictures and there are also movements in the game. The experience also includes videos, chat in the game, and play a real time game with other people. It is a bit different from most games and this banner is a bit of fine food.
AMOLED mnml is a new wallwall tool. It shows the different wallpapers specifically for AMOLED and OLED equipment. The wallpapers are usually black in color with a small background color. This app has used this foreword to the most effective examples of our wallpapers, and will replace this on our next update. The packs are 4,000×3,200 pixels, pushing messages optional for new wallpapers, and plenty of colors. The application is completely open and free with optional gifts if you want to support development. It's a good one.
Brown Dust sits in another month's new RPG strategy with lots of SRPGs. This one provides the normal SRPG elements. That includes a slower but more strategic fight with a variety of mission and quest techniques. There is a story line with side activities and events like most freemium games. There is also a small element with 300 characters. It's a big game with tons of content. However, it does enter some of the mobile RPG tropics, as they are spoiled. In addition, the 1,200 missionary mission may be slightly longer for some people. In any case, we knew the experience to be positive despite the freemium elements.
Lookout is a new app for people with visual disabilities from Google. The application uses the face to face camera to look at things in front of you and tell you what it is. Feedback will be added to tell you that something is, in fact, in front of you. It works best when you wear your machine around your neck or is in a shirt pocket so that the camera can move forward on a regular basis. It can even read text on signs and on menus. This is coming forward as two very good applications for the deaf are. It turns out that 2019 is the year for Google. We like that campaign very much.
Glen Stardew is one of the best games in 2019 to date. It is a farming RPG with a few elements of simulation. You farm a farm, meet your special person, engage in activities in the city, normalize your surroundings, and do other things like fish, food or food. was crouched. This is a one-off pay game that is not bought in. It is also a faithful recreation of the PC version that is popular in the game. Our review could not be very much found by it if you do not like scissors, farming or RPGs. The graphics on the retro style work well with the subject and the game ran well on all of our testing tools. This ends on the best month's list for March.
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