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Humble Mobile Kemco x HyperDevBox Bundle offers 9 JRPGs for one low price

People who like JRPGs tend to really like them. These games are usually rather spendy, though. Right now, you can get as many as nine JRPGs courtesy of Humble Bundle, Kemco, and HyperDevBox. Well, eight JRPGs and an action game. Still a good deal, though.

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Start off the week with 26 temporarily free and 45 on-sale apps

Once again, we've come back around to Monday. Whether you're bummed about that or not, it means that it's time for another app sales post! As is usual for the beginning of the week, the list today is no pushover. Remember that my personal suggestions are bolded (if there are any) and that all times listed are accurate as of this writing.

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American Express adds Android Pay support in the UK

It's been a while since we've had any good UK related Android Pay news, the last tidbit being the addition of Metro Bank to the service back in February. You may have seen that American Express got Android Pay support in Canada recently, something I was more than a little bit jealous of as I've been waiting to have my Amex on my phone for ages now. Finally, my calls have been answered, and Amex cards now work with Google's mobile payments app here in the UK.

This makes me happy.

I didn't get a notification about this, which I might have expected given my Amex card is set up in my Google account.

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Google says the Allo desktop client is coming in a "few more weeks"

Allo is actually a really nice application, but there are simply too many missing features for me to use it in any meaningful capacity. One of those missing features is a desktop client, which was first revealed by Nick Fox (Google VP of Communications) in February. In May, he tweeted that the web client was still "a month or two from public release." It's been about a month and a half since that statement, but the Allo desktop client is still a ways off.

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Google confirms speed limits on Google Maps only available in two areas

For years, Google Maps didn't support speed limits at all, a massively helpful feature on any navigation software. This finally changed last year, when the speed limit began to appear on Maps for Android Auto (and later the phone app). But it hasn't been available everywhere, and now Google has finally confirmed which areas have the feature.

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[Update: And it's gone] OnePlus Launcher is now on the Play Store in a (currently full) limited beta

It looks like OnePlus might be looking for a faster and easier way to update its launcher instead of waiting on OTAs to deliver updates. As of today, the OnePlus Launcher is appearing on Google Play. Unfortunately for anyone clamoring to check it out, it's currently in limited beta, and all the test slots are full.

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Sony Music beta adds support for Android Auto [APK Download]

The latest beta for Sony's Music app just added support for Android Auto. Now you can control playback and view album art from the app while in Android Auto, as you can with other apps like Spotify or Google Play Music. Unfortunately, the beta requires being part of a closed community. But, fortunately, we have an APK, if you are interested in trying it out. 

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Go into the weekend with 20 temporarily free and 24 on-sale apps

Welcome to Friday, everyone. The weekend is nigh upon us, which means that it's time for the final app sales post of the week. Be sure to head back to Wednesday's post to see if there's anything there that you like.

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Blizzard announces the latest Hearthstone expansion, Knights of the Frozen Throne

While I am not the biggest Hearthstone player, I do pay attention to news surrounding the popular card game. The most recent announcement certainly perked up my ears; the newest expansion, called Knights of the Frozen Throne, hearkens back to my old Warcraft days. That's right, the Lich King is back.

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Google News & Weather v3.3 comes with a major UI update, including bottom nav bar and cleaner drawer [APK Download]

If you're an avid user of the Google News & Weather app for Android, you may have felt a little sting when the Google News website got an interface overhaul last month. There's no need to feel left out, though, because a brand new update to the app brings the same visual treatments to smartphones. Most of the changes are essentially cosmetic, as everything that can be done in the new version was available somewhere in the previous update, but many things have been relocated and tuned to be a little nicer to access.

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