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Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts expansion is now available on Android

Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts expansion is now available on Android

Feral Interactive has just announced that it will bring the Opposing Fronts expansion to the mobile version of Company of Heroes next year. This expansion is expected to arrive on Android (and iOS) in early 2021, and seeing that the studio brought Company of Heroes to Android back in September, it makes sense that the game's expansions have been spaced out, which is how Feral has handled many of the previous expansion for its other ports. So while this news isn't unexpected, it's nice to see a confirmation that the studio will be bringing more content to one of the best Strategy games on mobile.

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The folks behind Brave Browser slam Google for its new tracking policy

The folks behind Brave Browser slam Google for its new tracking policy

Brave is just one project among many looking to change the status quo of privacy and tracking on the web. While you would expect that a company like it would welcome Google's supposedly privacy-centric third-party cookie replacement FLoC (Federated Learning of Cohorts), you might be surprised to learn that it actually thinks Google's new tracking mechanism is even worse than the previous implementation. The browser is heavily lobbying against FLoC and has removed all code related to it from its latest Nightly version on both desktop and Android and is looking to make the move within the next week for all other releases.

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Play Movies & TV app will disappear from Roku and other smart TVs soon

Play Movies & TV app will disappear from Roku and other smart TVs soon

The transition from Google Play Music to YouTube Music has been a rocky and contentious one. But Google isn't finished axing its media apps just yet. According to updated support documentation, the Google Play Movies & TV app on smart televisions is the next one to get the chop. The phone app was replaced with the newer "Google TV" app in October, but the app will disappear from smart TV platforms as well starting in June.

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Google Meet's new power-saving feature means you can't dodge meetings with a low battery

Google Meet's new power-saving feature means you can't dodge meetings with a low battery

That all-hands meeting in the office may have been traded in for a Google Meet call from wherever thanks to the pandemic-driven uptake of remote work, but for some people dialing in from their phones, they may not have enough juice or be able to even plug in to a power source. The good news now? Meet's addressing the need for conservation.

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Act like it's 2005 again with TomTom AmiGO's new Android Auto support

Act like it's 2005 again with TomTom AmiGO's new Android Auto support

Last week, Google finally made it possible to bring third-party navigation apps to Android Auto without requiring a beta version. The company promoted a list of new driving services coming alongside the change, including TomTom AmiGo. If you're looking to switch away from Google Maps or Waze, a new update to AmiGo adds Android Auto support to display on your car's infotainment system.

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29 temporarily free and 30 on-sale apps and games for Monday

29 temporarily free and 30 on-sale apps and games for Monday

Welcome to Monday, everyone. We have a solid list of sales today, including a few standouts I'd like to highlight. First up is Kingdom Rush Origins, an enjoyable tower defense game. Next, I have Icewind Dale, a fantastic CRPG that is often on sale but is easily worth the sale price. Last up is ½ Halfway, a minimal puzzler that offers a short but refined experience. As always, I've highlighted all of the interesting titles in bold green text in order to make discovery easier. So without further ado, here are 29 temporarily free and 30 on-sale apps and games for the beginning of the week.

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There's a new 'Doom' game coming to Android, and it just entered early access

There's a new 'Doom' game coming to Android, and it just entered early access

It looks like Bethesda has plans to cash in further on mobile (as if The Elder Scrolls: Blades wasn't bad enough), and so the studio is testing a top-down shooter called Mighty Doom. This game is currently in early access in New Zealand, though details are light since Bethesda has yet to announce the title officially. What we do know is that this is a free-to-play mobile game that will offer casual level-based gameplay that takes place in famous Doom locales.

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The Walking Dead: Survivors meanders onto Android as a free-to-play release

The Walking Dead: Survivors meanders onto Android as a free-to-play release

The Play Store recently received a new title for pre-registration, and it's an upcoming Walking Dead game themed around strategic survival-based gameplay. It's called The Walking Dead: Survivors, and it would appear the game has been in the works since at least November 2020, judging by the official Facebook page. Well, as of this weekend, those in the US, Germany, and Russia can pre-register for the title in anticipation of the upcoming launch.

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Powerful new Google Photos video editor starts to roll out

Powerful new Google Photos video editor starts to roll out

Google is in the process of aggressively monetizing its Photos service, asking users to pay for storage starting in June and hiding a few editing tools behind a paywall right now already. But there are also some free perks everyone gets to enjoy, like a revamped video editor Google teased back in February that's now finally starting to roll out to everyone using a recent version of Photos.

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