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40 of the best retro PC, console, and arcade games ported to Android

Some modern mobile games are great, but rarely are they true replacements for the classics of old. Android has a surprisingly decent number of ported retro games from console, PC, and arcade platform, and we've gathered some of the best ones that have been released over the years. These games are true to their original forms, with existing graphics (as in, they're not updated to look and play like newer games) but if you're looking for a roundup of classic games that have received a modern makeover, we've got you covered in a separate post. A lot of these games are ones you and I grew up playing, and I've hand-selected the cream of the crop.

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15 free-to-play Android games that don't suck

While we generally tend to advocate for games you actually buy once and just can play unimpeded, no one's gaming budget is unlimited. Believe it or not, there are some good free-to-play Android games out there, and I figured it would be a good idea to round up some of the better such titles on the Play Store as a worthy follow-up. So if you're looking for a few mobile games that can offer hours of fun without the need to spend any money, then this is the roundup for you.

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The best Android games, 2020 edition: RPGs, shooters, platformers, racing, PC ports, and more

We've updated our best-of-the-year game roundup to add in some of our favorite titles from 2020, with 15 new games rounding out our list. If you're running out of movies and TV to stream, books to read, and hobbies to distract yourself, there's probably a mobile game or two you'll be interested in here. This is a hand-selected list, and whether you prefer premium releases or free-to-play titles, you should be able to find more than a few games to suit your needs. I've also included an honorable mentions list at the bottom of the page for the titles that didn't quite make the cut, and I even have a best-of WTF listing to really round things out.

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Venmo, Zelle, PayPal, Cash app, and Google Pay compared: Which is the best money transfer service?

Even under lockdown, there are a lot of reasons you might need to split up a bill or send someone some money. But picking one can be a bit of a chore, and signing up for all of them even more so. Still, these services are far more convenient than using clumsy bank ACH transfer tools or, as is hardly thinkable right now, cold, hard cash. And if you're still splitting the bill with cash, frankly, you're doing it wrong — to get the most from your money in the digital age, you should be using a peer-to-peer (P2P) payment app.

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20 of the best Android co-op games available in 2020

Finding good smartphone and tablet co-op games on Android isn't easy. So now that many of us are stuck at home and with our families, the urge to team up for some entertainment's probably never been stronger. We've compiled a list of the best co-op games currently available on Android in 2020. So if you're looking to kill some time with your partner and aren't into competitive games, this roundup is for you.

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60 of the best Android games for kids between the ages of 2-8

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Finding quality Android games for children can be tough since so many titles are designed around greedy in-app purchases. This is why I've gone out of my way to dig up some of the better options out there to create a roundup of the best games for kids that forgo the typical monetization mobile games are known for. Keep in mind, this is a running list, and so I've updated the roundup today in order to clean up the current selections, and of course, I've added a bunch of new games to the list. This means you can now pore through sixty titles (in order of price) that are broken up between two pages (for easier navigation on mobile), and they range from educational games to breezy entertainment.

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25 of the most relaxing puzzle games for Android phones and tablets

I often find that relaxing with a calming game after a long day is extremely helpful for keeping my head screwed on straight, especially during such stressful times. This is why I've personally hand-selected a bunch of puzzle games that are great for decompressing at the end of the day. So if you're looking for some of the chillest puzzlers currently available on Android, this roundup is for you. Of course, like most of my roundups, I've thrown in a few lesser-known titles to forgo many of the games you would find in similar lists around the web, in the hope that you may discover a few gems, and I've listed them all by price to make discovery easier.

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10 remote learning apps to help you (and your kids) acquire new skills while you're stuck at home

Due to the spread of COVID-19, a lot of public schools, universities, shops, and workplaces are closed, with many people working or studying from home. If you're starting to go stir-crazy without the outside world and looking to challenge your mind with something other than games and films, there are tons of remote learning apps out there that can teach you something new while you're confined to your own four walls. We've also got a suggestion for you if you need some support while homeschooling your children.

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15 of the best Android games to play while you're stuck at home

Now that many people across the globe are stuck at home, thanks to the coronavirus, I figured it's the perfect time to share some of AP's favorite Android games to keep the doldrums at bay. This is why I've taken the time to compile a short list of quality titles that can easily melt the hours of the day away. So whether you're looking for a game you can really sink your teeth into or are simply looking for something with a bit more depth than your average mobile release, then AP has your back with a roundup of the best Android games to play while you're stuck at home.

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Here are 41 grocery delivery apps for supermarkets and stores across the US

There are plenty of grocery delivery options out there in the time of our society's self-isolation and subsequent, exacerbated need. Some of them come from national services such as Amazon, GoPuff, Instacart, and others. But if you want to be able to get right at the source for your produce, meats, and pantry-fillers, your local store might have an app for that.

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