+ Tuesday May 21st, 2019

Apps, Games & Google Services

Google Duo might be coming to tablets soon, and that’s a good thing

Google Duo is Google’s answer to consumer friendly video conferencing, and according to the Play Store, it’s been downloaded more than 100 million times. It’s not hard to understand why, because it offers some of the easiest, most seamless and high quality video conferencing around. Sure, there are stalwarts like …

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Amazon has released an Android TV app, but it doesn’t install on anything yet.

Amazon is making headway with Google fans, releasing an Android TV app for their Prime Video subscription service – but don’t get too excited yet, because you can’t actually install it on anything. Amazon has had a contentious relationship with Google over content and hardware distribution. Amazon has not sold …

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Dumb Ways to Die 3: World Tour launches with new ways to die in even more exotic locations

The Dumb Ways to Die series is a runaway success for Metro Trains. The series started out as a public service announcement video about safety around trains and grew into a hugely successful game franchise, which is now in its third instalment. In co-operation with Melbourne-based game studio PlaySide, the third instalment …

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Instagram for Android now has an alpha test version which you can try

Instagram is Facebook’s social network for foodies, bikini enthusiasts and everything in between. Centered on sharing photos, there’s a good chance you’ve used Instagram or at least heard of it, and it’s kind of hard to miss. If you’re reading Ausdroid, you’ll probably like living on the bleeding edge, and …

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