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Pokémon GO updated to v0.45.0 with daily rewards, gym tweaks, and more [APK Download]

Ah, Pokémon GO... those first few weeks over the summer were something magical. Even if you aren't very into Pokémon, it was amazing to see that so many people were experiencing the same thing out in the real world at the same time. Then, Niantic killed the Pokémon tracker and took ages to improve the basics. Pokémon GO is still popular compared to most mobile games, but the developer is looking to regain some momentum with the v0.45.0 release. This is the one with the previously announced daily bonuses.

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[Deal Alert] Kingdom Rush Origins and Stellarium Mobile Sky Map are now $0.10 in some countries (not U.S.)

So let's just get this out of the way. Neither of the deals here are valid in the U.S., nor are they likely to be available in most other countries. Although, it never hurts to check to see if you are in one of the lucky few. We have all seen these 10-cent deals before, so we should all know the drill by now.

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Asphalt Xtreme is out on the Play Store, with all the off-road racing you could want

Gameloft's latest racing game, Asphalt Xtreme, has finally left pre-registration and is now available for download on the Play Store. The latest entry in the Asphalt series is primarily composed of off-road races in canyons, mud, and sand dunes.

There's a variety of popular real-life cars in this game, including models from Jeep, Ford, Dodge, and more. In total, the game has 35 cars in various form factors including rally cars, trucks, buggies, and SUVs. You can further customize vehicles with both performance and visual tweaks.

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Niantic wants you to play Pokémon GO again, so instead of fixing the tracker, it's adding daily rewards

It's been about four months since Pokémon GO's initial release. While we don't have any current data on its active players, it reached the 100 million download mark in less than two months, so it's safe to say that it's extremely popular... at least initially. It's also safe to say, based on the rapid drop in social mentions and visible GO players here in California, that the initial excitement has dropped off. I wonder what ever could be the problem.

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DC Legends is now available for Android from WB Games

Do you love mobile RPGs with in-app purchases? Is your love for DC characters not diminished from poor movie adaptions? Then DC Legends might just be the game for you. After appearing on the Play Store for pre-registration, the game is finally available for download.

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The Trail from designer Peter Molyneux is now available to all in the Play Store

Peter Molyneux is famous for inventing the god game genre. He's a big name in game design to this day, but his last project, Godus was something of a flop. Now, Molyneux and 22Cans have made The Trail available to everyone in the Play Store. It's been in testing for a few weeks, and the early reviews are very positive.

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[Update: New Remix IO+ model] Jide's newest Remix IO gadget doubles as a desktop and an Android TV box, now on Kickstarter

Connecting a PC to a television isn't exactly a revolutionary idea. Ditto for a mobile device - it's harder to do now that dedicated HDMI ports are gone, but streaming screens and content via Chromecast has sort of filled the gap. Jide, the company behind the intriguing Android-as-desktop Remix OS products, is trying to take that rather niche idea mainstream with its latest hardware. The Remix IO is a gadget that's equally comfortable on your desktop or sitting inside your entertainment center. It's up on Kickstarter now for as little as $99.

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There are more 'Education' apps than any other category on the Play Store, and other weird stats from 42matters

42matters is an analysis firm that monitors broad trends on mobile data, specifically on the Play Store and the App Store. The company is mostly B2B, that is, most of their products are only helpful if you're working on some other aspect of the mobile market. But they've made a sliver of the data they've collected through their API free to the public, and it's fascinating. While the 42matters data isn't official, it does give us an interesting look into the Play Store as a whole.

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Reckless Racing 3 is the latest Play Store game to go on sale for $.10 in some countries

Is it weird that AppSales.net displays its prices in US currency, even for sales that aren't actually valid in the United States? Yes it is. But with a 95% discount on a really solid top-down racing game, we can forgive a little international inconsistency. The latest Android game to get the ten cent treatment is Reckless Racing 3, Pixelbite's threequel to one of the best games in the early Android era. It's normally three dollars, or equivalent local currency, so snatch it up quickly.

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Google rolling out improved fraud and spam detection in the Play Store

We've all seen it—an app with just a few too many suspicious five-star reviews or an unlikely high number of installs in a short period of time. Google cites these attempts to manipulate the Play Store as a hindrance to its recommendation system, and ultimately to the experience of end users. Today, it's implementing a new filtering system to spot these apps.

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