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Friday App And Game Sales: The Walking Dead Assault, SketchBook Mobile (Free), HDR Camera+, And More

If you're going to buy apps and games anyway, you might as well get a good deal. Frugality – that's the name of the game in these trying times. We've got your deals right here, so stay chill.

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Sony Announces The PlayStation 4 Companion App, Releasing November 13th In North America And 22nd Europe

Prepare your wallets, ye console gamers: the launch of the next generation is nigh. (Unless you count the Wii U.) Sony's much-awaited PlayStation 4 will be arriving next month, and since game consoles are no longer self-contained happy boxes, it's going to talk to all of your electronics and social media. That includes your Android phone and tablet: Sony has confirmed the official PlayStation App, which will launch along with the console.

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OfficeSuite And OfficeSuite Pro 7 Updated To v7.3: New Template Creation Options, Improved Printing, Freehand Drawing Support, And More

There are no shortage of office suites available for Android, but two of the most popular have been Quickoffice and OfficeSuite. The former took a hiatus after Google purchased it last year, and while the new version isn't bad per se, it's not what to used to be. In the meantime, OfficeSuite has continued to improve, and version 7.3 introduces a slew of new features that add an extra layer of polish to what is already a solid app.

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Chainfire's DSLR Controller Gets Updated To Version 0.99.3 With Revamped Auto Focus Support And A Simpler Setup Process

Chainfire's DSLR Controller has been around for a few years now, and while it has yet to leave beta status, it's still your best bet for controlling a Canon EOS camera from an Android phone or tablet without any cables involved. The app continues to inch ever so slowly towards the big 1.0, with today's updating bringing it up to version 0.99.3. The changelog is rather lengthy, but one of the primary changes is support for new auto focus modes and a redesigned way of handling them in the latest EOS models.

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[New Game] Call Of Duty: Strike Team Arrives On Android, Albeit With Limited Device Compatibility

The wait is over - Call Of Duty: Strike Team, arguably Activision's most hotly-anticipated mobile title to date, has finally landed on the Play Store after being released on iOS last month. The somewhat high $7 price tag may be a turn-off for mobile gamers, though, and the presence of in-app purchases is unlikely to do much to woo their fickle hearts, either. That said, this is probably Activision's most ambitious mobile effort yet, and the Call of Duty name all but ensures the money is going to roll in regardless of the game's merits, which seem to be questionable at best.

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[New Game] Ghost Toasters Calls On The Cast Of Regular Show To Slay Phantoms, Because The Ghostbusters Couldn't Be Bothered

Combatting ghosts in difficult work. The Ghostbusters have been doing it since 1984, and frankly, they're tired. Lately Luigi has tried to pick up the slack, choosing to confront them head-on with his Poltergust 3000, rather than flee like his attention-hogging brother. Yet at the end of the day, there are too many ghosts for one plumber to handle, so Nintendo's taking a break, and Cartoon Network is bringing in the cast from Regular Show to stop a ghostly invasion in the mobile platform shooter, Ghost Toasters.

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Google Fiber DVR App Updated With New User Interface Including A Slide-Out Navigation Menu

Google is a strange master when it comes to user interface design. Though their apps can generally be relied upon to use Holo standards at the very least, some development teams seem to let the latest trends pass them by for months or years (I'm looking at you, Voice). In any case, the official Google Fiber app has a much-needed update waiting for those lucky few who will get to use it.

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[Hands-On] Molto Is A Tablet-Only Email Client That Is Great For Newbies, And It's Attractive To Boot

New email clients pop up all the time, and frankly, it's hard to spice up the old formula. At the end of the day, each presents us with various ways to sift through our inboxes, filtering out the junk from the occasional personal message, a task that's only marginally more interesting online than it is in person. So what sets Molto apart? It's does for email what Flipboard did for RSS - make it simple and pretty.

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[Bonus Round] Random Heroes, ARENA Alpha, Hello Hero, And Strategy & Tactics: USSR vs USA

Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a new action platformer from Noodlecake, both a tactical and a conventional multiplayer RPG, and a new entry in Herocraft's Strategy & Tactics series.

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Humble Weekly Sale Includes 3 Android Games – Splice, Fractal, And Pulse

The Humble Bundle is one of the best deals in gaming, but the Humble folks also do smaller weekly sales. The newest weekly sale bundle includes five total games, three of which come with Android versions.

The sale is brought to you by Cipher Prime, which is the developer of all five titles. The three Android titles are fairly popular, but aren't the kind of thing everyone knows about. Fractal and Splice are both abstract puzzle games with very polished visuals.

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