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Musixmatch v5.0 Beta Brings Material Overhaul, New FloatingLyrics UI, Smarter Search, And More

You don't need to understand the lyrics to like a song, but sometimes it helps. Musixmatch is a slick way to sing along with your tunes or have an impromptu karaoke party, and now it's about to get even better. There's an updated version of it in the Play Store beta channel with some new features and a full material redesign.

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Friday App And Game Sales: Runtastic Running PRO, Sentinel 4: Dark Star, Facetune, And More

Another week down, but as the weekend is upon us, don't you deserve a little something? I mean, isn't it time to treat yo self? Just head below and you can get some apps and games on sale, which is a pretty nice treat.

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Blizzard Announces Blackrock Mountain, A New Hearthstone Adventure Available For Pre-Order March 19th

Blizzard's ridiculously popular card-based arena battle game Hearthstone is getting a new expansion, and you'll be able to pre-order it in just a few weeks. Blackrock Mountain will take players deep underground to the Molten Core where powerful creatures await your arrival. Braving the inferno will grant you 31 new cards that can only be obtained in this $25 expansion.

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LEGO Legends Of Chima: Tribe Fighters Is A Free, IAP-Less, Top-Down Shooter Starring Angry, Warring Animals

LEGO stirs up different images these days. It used to be a term synonymous with building blocks. Now it's just as likely to strike up memories of humorous movie adaptations and quirky kids' shows featuring talking animal warriors. The latest LEGO game for Android concerns the latter.

LEGO Legends of Chima: Tribe Fighters is a top-down shooter the likes of which we've been playing for decades. Your character runs upwards, firing shots at regular intervals.

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Trailer For NaturalMotion's Upcoming 'Dawn of Titans' Shows Off Impressive Graphics, Sword-Wielding Giants

Zynga acquired NaturalMotionGames about a year ago for over half a billion dollars, and now the maker of titles like CSR Racing and Backbreaker Football has released the trailer for its first post-Zynga project. The game is called Dawn of Titans, and it's a big departure from the games NaturalMotion has been making thus far. In Dawn of Titans you control armies led by giant warriors as they do battle with other players. The developer promises fluid performance and quick gameplay that makes sense on a mobile device.

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System Information Tool AIDA64 Comes To Android

There's a new app that offers a crazy amount of information on a device's inner workings, but it's only new to Android. AIDA64 has long been available on PCs, and now you can use it on Android to see what's going on inside your phone, tablet, or even your watch. It'll probably tell you way more than you needed to know.

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Kieffer Bros Releases Blockwick 2, A Polished Puzzler About Sliding Around Colored Cubes

Puzzle games are a natural fit on mobile devices thanks to their simple pick-up-and-play mechanics and basic controls that actually work better on touchscreens than traditional game controllers. Android gamers looking for their next high-quality fix may be happy to know that Blockwick 2 has made its way into the Play Store.

This polished puzzle game is the sequel to a well-received first installment that never made its way over to Android.

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Navi Is A Fully Customizable Neon Colored Watch Face From Tha Phlash

There isn't a shortage of Tron-inspired watch faces for Android Wear with bright neon blue colors, but finding one that is customizable to different styles and watch shapes can be a bit difficult. Enter NAVI, from Tha PHLASH (lots of capslocking there), a cool watch design that hits all the right notes.

Available for both round and square watches, with a setting that lets you remove the redundant digits on the G Watch R (finally someone thought of that!), NAVI comes in both a day and a night mode.

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Appeer Aims To Solve The Play Store's Discovery Problem With Automated App Recommendations Tailored To You

Discovering apps on the Play Store is a daunting task. Unless you are passionate about Android and spend hours going down the rabbit hole of Search / Similar / More from developer, or religiously reading sites like Android Police, you will miss out on a lot of great releases. That's the problem Appeer wants to solve.

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Appeer takes a MagicRecs-like approach to app recommendation. The idea boils down to this: Appeer monitors your friends' devices for the apps they install and if 3 or more of them have a new app, it gets recommended to you.

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Google Opinion Rewards Gets A Minor Update With Reliability And UI Improvements [APK Download]

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