Samsung has launched a new app to allow Samsung Galaxy owners to customize a wealth of audio settings on their devices.

Known as SoundAssistant, the app offers “150 steps” of volume adjustment, a floating EQ, mono and stereo balancing, as well as the chance to set individual volumes for different apps.

What’s more, SoundAssistant can alter the hardware volume keys so that they default to media volume control rather than call volume. Typically, these keys will automatically switch to control whatever sound is playing at the time, but this can be a little finicky and doesn’t always adjust the desired setting. As a person who usually has their phone on silent, though, having it default to media volume would be far more useful than call volume.

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If you own a Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus, SoundAssistant can even allow you to set different outputs for different apps, like using a Bluetooth speaker for Spotify and the phone’s speaker for Clash of Clans.

On paper, the app looks like it could be a useful tool and I expect that many Android users would appreciate the features it offers: here’s hoping Samsung opens it up to non-Galaxy devices sometime (and non-Android 7.0 Nougat devices, as that’s another current restriction).

You can download SoundAssistant via the link below and let us know in the comments what your favorite Android audio customization tool is.

Samsung is gearing up to announce its first smartphone with a dual-camera setup, which will be called the Galaxy C10. Thanks to the renders and 360-degree video that were posted online by Pricebaba (in collaboration with OnLeaks), we can now see what the upcoming smartphone looks like.

The Galaxy C10 has two cameras on the back, sports a metal body, and a fingerprint scanner that’s embedded in the home button. You’ll find the 3.5 mm headphone jack at the bottom of the device along with the USB Type-C port and a speaker.

The volume rocker and power button can be found on the left side, while another button can be seen on the right side of the smartphone. This might mean that the Galaxy C10 will have Samsung’s Bixby digital assistant on board, which made its debut on the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. You can check out the 360-degree video as well as a bunch of renders below.



Pricebaba claims that the device sports a 5.5-inch display and also shared its dimensions: 152.5 x 74.8 x 7.68 mm. Other specs haven’t been mentioned, but according to various rumors that are going around regarding the device, it is powered by the Snapdragon 660 chipset and has 6 GB or RAM. We can also expect to see Android Nougat on board with Samsung’s custom UI on top.

What do you think about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy C10? Share your opinion with us down below.

Qualcomm has reportedly begun working with LG on the next generation Snapdragon 845 smartphone chip. The news arrives via The Investor (sourcing English-language Korean News site Aju Business Daily, without providing a direct link) who claims that the chipset would be housed in the LG G7.

Work on the new chip is believed to have started earlier this month and it’s said to be based on 7-nanometer technology, providing an anticipated 30 percent more power than the Snapdragon 835 — Qualcomm’s most recent high-end processor.

It’s more or less the same story, via the same sources, reported recently with regards to the potential Samsung Galaxy S9. That smartphone, tipped to appear in 2018, would also house the Snapdragon 845 chip.

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While these are only rumors, it seems likely that Qualcomm would be working on its next-gen chip already, and that LG and Samsung would be targeting it for use in their 2018 flagship phones. LG had to opt for a less current chip in its LG G6, the Snapdragon 821, rather than the 835 that the Galaxy S8 houses, and it will likely be keen not to give Samsung a power advantage next year. VR/AR processing developments could also mean the difference is more dramatic than between the Snapdragon 821 and 835, so it may be more important that both OEMs make use of it if they target specific VR/AR functionality.

In related news, a recently discovered LG patent may have given us a hint at what the LG G7 could look like — check that out at the link.

Normally, new users who sign up for the Google Play Music service can try it out for free during the first three months. In order to get more users on board, Google is now offering a four-month free trial to those who sign up for the service. After that, you’ll have to pay $9.99 per month to keep using it.

Google Play Music gives you access to a library of over 35 million songs. You can listen to them online or download them to your device. The music service works on Android device as well as on PCs.

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You can upload up to 50,000 of your own songs and listen to music that suits your mood or activities (relaxing, working out…). The service also lets you create custom playlists and gives you recommendations based on your music taste, so it’s easy to discover new tracks and artists.

If you’re interested in trying out Google Play Music for free for a period of four months, you can sign up via the button below.

Do make sure you cancel your subscription on time if you don’t want to use it after the free trial expires. If you don’t, Google will automatically charge your credit card for $9.99 every month.

Did you see Sony’s second-generation Digital Paper and realize you found your dream e-reader? If so, you’ll get to do something about it very soon. Sony has announced that its latest 13.3-inch E Ink tablet (the DPT-RP1) will reach the US sometime in June, when it will sell for the previously announced $700. As mentioned in April, it’s really about a lot of incremental improvements: you’re most likely to notice the higher resolution (1,650 x 2,200), but the thinner, lighter design and NFC unlocking will also be helpful. The centerpiece remains the ability to read and annotate documents in exceptional detail — this is aimed at pros and students who need to plow through complex documents like research papers.

Source: Sony

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App developers are pushing the envelope on a daily basis trying to improve and enhance our smartphone and tablet experiences. In fact, so many Android apps come out every day that it’s difficult to keep track of them all. It’s difficult to usurp the best of the best but if you’re getting bored with what you’ve got and want to try something new, check out the best new Android apps from the last month! You can watch the videos from passed months by clicking here!

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Amazon FreeTime

Amazon FreeTime

Price: Free / $6.99-$9.99 per month
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Amazon FreeTime is a new kids app. It boasts a collection of video content from big kids companies like PBS, Nickelodeon, Disney, and others. There is also a variety of books, games, and other content for kids. You can use the app’s dashboard to list the age of your kid. The content then changes based on the child’s age. Amazon made the pricing a little complicated. However, this is one of the few services that Amazon offers to people without an Amazon Prime subscription. Don’t get us wrong, though, it’s cheaper if you do have one already.
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AMOLED mnml Wallpapers

AMOLED mnml Wallpapers

Price: Free / $1.49 – $1.99
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AMOLED mnml Wallpapers is an app that describes itself. It’s a wallpapers app with a host of minimal wallpapers. Most of the wallpapers feature lots of black. That helps with battery life a little bit when used on AMOLED screens. The base app has a ton of fun, minimal wallpapers. There are also donate versions that you have to buy if you want wallpapers designed for the S8/S8+ or super high resolution. The free app should work in most cases, though. You can also get the app even if you don’t have an AMOLED screen if you just enjoy the style.
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AMOLED mnml Wallpapers

Astro

Astro

Price: Free
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Astro is a new email client that also has a chat bot. The chatbot will notify you about things, ask you if you want to unsubscribe from email lists, and more. On top of that, the app boasts a snooze mode, quick inbox organization, personal reminders, and more. It’s dealing with a few early issues. However, when it works, it works rather well. To be honest, this one still needs some work. Thus, it’s best to file it away under apps to keep an eye on.
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Astro

AutoSet

AutoSet

Price: $1.49
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AutoSet is a nifty automation app. It works by automatically turning functions on your phone on or off when certain apps are opening. For instance, you can have the phone turn WiFi on when you open Netflix. It works well most of the time. However, some things like GPS and mobile data might require ADB commands on your PC to make it work right. It’s definitely a power user app more than anything. It’s costs $1.49 and it has no in-app purchases.
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AutoSet

Panna Recipes

Panna Recipes

Price: Free / $39.99 per year
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Panna Recipes wants to be the Netflix of cooking apps. It features over 400 video recipes made by over 45 talented chefs. You can search based on your dietary interests, annotate written recipes with your own ideas, and add items to the shopping list that’s built-in. You can try it free for 30 days, but it does require a subscription after that. It’s not ideal, but at least you can try it before deciding if paying for it is right for you.
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Socratic

Socratic

Price: Free
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Socratic is an educational app. More specifically, it’s an app that teaches you math. It works by using your camera to capture an equation. The app then pops up several pages of information on how to solve the problem. Generally, the first page walks you through solving the problem while subsequent pages show you information and math rules you’ll need to solve it. It’s a great app for students. Especially the ones who have problems with math. It’s a totally free app, at least for right now.
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Socratic

SpotAngels

SpotAngels

Price: Free
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SpotAngels is an app that remembers where you parked. It also gives you information on the parking rules in the area. The central premise of the app is to help people avoid making mistakes that result in potentially expensive traffic tickets. It supports over 20 cities, but it’s still useful even if you don’t live in one of them. The app’s secondary premise is to remember where you parked your car. That works virtually everywhere. You can also help crowd source additional information by adding pictures and rules that the app might not have.
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SpotAngels

Stash for Reddit

Stash for Reddit

Price: Free
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Stash for Reddit is a newer Reddit app in the Play Store. The idea is to download a variety of posts from Reddit in the background so that they can be read offline later. The current iteration downloads 100 posts and that includes images, GIFs, and videos. Future releases will include account support, subreddit selection for download, a time schedule, bandwidth limit options, and more. It’s not all that great just yet. However, you should definitely file this one under app to keep an eye on.
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Taskzy

Taskzy

Price: Free
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Taskzy is like a light version of IFTTT. It allows you to program automatic actions based on the things happening on your device. It gives you a decent, if small selection of commands to give. For instance, you can have it open a specific music app when you plug in headphones. You can then have it open a different music app if you plug in headphones while you’re in the car. It’s not the most powerful automation app ever made. However, it’s far more simple than most of the other options. It’s also totally free.
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Taskzy

WeDo

WeDo

Price: Free
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WeDo is a task management app that focuses a little more on groups. You create groups in the app, invite people to those groups, and then people create tasks that everyone can see. It’s great for small businesses, families, and the like. You can also use it alone if you want to. It features reminders, subtasks, and you can create tasks that repeat (like taking out the garbage every week). It’s still in beta in the Play Store. Those that try it should be prepared to find bugs. Otherwise, it’s free and it works pretty well.
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WeDo

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The summer months are usually a time when the smartphone industry takes a bit of a breather in terms of announcing new flagship devices. That may not be the case for the summer of 2017. In addition to rumors that Android co-founder Andy Rubin could launch his mysterious “Essential” phone during that time period, OnePlus has admitted its next flagship phone, the OnePlus 5, is due for a launch sometime in the summer.

The rumored hardware specs for the OnePlus 5 point towards a phone that can compete with devices like the LG G6, the HTC U11 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. However, one of the mainstays of the OnePlus lineup is that it offers phones that have cheaper price points than its competition. In a recent article about the OnePlus 5, we found out, via unnamed sources, that the starting price for the phone could be as high as $650 when it launches (even if we doubt it would be that high).

While the prices of OnePlus’ phones have indeed gone up since the company’s first handset launched a few years ago, a $650 price point would put it at or near the prices of its more mainstream rivals. So the question is: can the OnePlus 5 become a sales success even if its price is close to that of its competitors?

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The case for a higher price

First, let’s go over the rumored hardware specs for the OnePlus 5, keeping in mind that some of these features have not been officially confirmed. The phone is rumored to have a 5.5-inch screen, with either a Full HD or a QHD display. Inside, the phone will have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, as admitted by OnePlus themselves. That platform sits at the top of the performance hill in mobile phone chips. The device is rumored to come with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, but another report claims the OnePlus 5 may have a variant with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage.

Other rumors about the phone claim it will have a dual-rear camera setup, a fingerprint sensor in the front, a 3,600 mAh battery, a ceramic and metal build and possibly a curved screen. All of that would suggest that the OnePlus 5 will indeed have a higher price than the $399 cost that was placed for the launch of the OnePlus 3 a year ago, or for the $439 price for the OnePlus 3T launch in late 2016.

Our story’s sources have told us the company is looking into putting in “more costly components” for the OnePlus 5, so a price of $650 doesn’t sound like it’s an unreasonable amount. The price of the Galaxy S8 is around $750, with no dual camera and lower storage space, while the price of the HTC U11 is $649, again without a dual camera and smaller amounts of storage. The LG G6’s normal price is about the same as the HTC U11, although we have seen some carriers and retailers start selling it for as low as $500 just a few weeks after it launched.

The point is that it looks like the OnePlus 5 is going to have either the same specs, or higher, than its main competition while having either the same price as its rivals or even a bit cheaper. We think that even though the OnePlus 5 might have a significantly higher price than its predecessors, its specs would still make it competitive. Ultimately, the OnePlus 5 could be just as much of a sales success as its previous models, with some budget-conscious fans being replaced by an equal number of new customers with deeper pockets.

The case for a lower price

On the other hand, there are many buyers of the older OnePlus phones who were attracted to them primarily because they were affordable. They may not want or care about even more high-end specs or more premium components and materials like ceramic; they may just want to purchase a phone that works well for a reasonable unlocked price. If that’s the case, then a higher price for the OnePlus 5 may turn those buyers off: destroying the original OnePlus recipe might mean the OnePlus 5 loses its most enticing characteristic.

We have seen this type of thing happen before. Google’s older Nexus devices were much cheaper than the competition, but the launch of the Pixel and Pixel XL saw the company embrace a higher price for their smartphones. Many people who bought the Nexus phones were not happy that Google decided to increase their prices for the Pixel models, and that kind of backlash could also affect the launch of the OnePlus 5. However, several OEMs, Google included, have done perfectly well with more premium prices coupled with a higher marketing budget.

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The verdict

Ultimately, the team at OnePlus know that if its next phone is going to go up against the best from Samsung, LG, Motorola, HTC and other companies for your hard-earned money, they also need to compete in terms of offering the best components. Unfortunately, these internals don’t come cheap, and there’s only so much OnePlus can do to keep the price down on the OnePlus 5.

While we definitely think there will be a few OnePlus fans who will not be pleased with a price hike, we still think the company would do well with a higher priced OnePlus 5, as long as its hardware specs are equal, or even beyond, the flagship phones offered from its rivals. As we’ve noted previously, even at $650 you’d be getting a lot more from OnePlus than you would from any other manufacturer. We look forward to seeing what OnePlus has up its sleeves and whether or not the original magic can be sustained at a higher price point. Thankfully, it looks like we won’t have to wait too long to find out.

In the meantime, we want to hear from you on this topic. Do you think a higher price for the OnePlus 5 is justified if they have the right hardware specs and materials? On the other hand, do you think OnePlus should keep the price of this phone down to the levels of its older handsets? Let us know what you think in the comments!

New renders have appeared that show an early version of LG’s vision for the upcoming V30. Essentially a slider phone with a secondary touch display in place of the physical keyboard you might find on the BlackBerry Priv, it’s a pretty intriguing concept. Evan Blass, who shared the renders, was quick to note that the final design of the LG V30 may well have departed from these early concepts, but they do provide a tantalising glimpse into LG’s thinking.

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The original LG V10 was a surprise hit, with its chunky design, secondary ticker display, dual front-facing cameras, DAC and amp setting it apart both visually and functionally from the rest of the pack. The follow-up V20 took a design departure from the original, falling largely in step behind the flagship LG G5 and switching the dual cameras to the back.

Weekend bonus: this is an old-ish mockup of Project Joan, a.k.a. the LG V30. Not clear if the project is still headed in this direction. [1] pic.twitter.com/k5jNJ7DyLz

— Evan Blass (@evleaks) May 27, 2017

A complete change in the LG V30’s design therefore seems totally feasible. LG clearly hasn’t settled on a fixed approach for the V line and in general mixes up its designs on the regular – just look at the G series. In a saturated smartphone marketplace, a “gimmick” like a slider phone could go a long way toward standing out, for better or worse.

Personally, I have fond memories of slider phones generally and, despite its flaws, enjoyed the BlackBerry Priv immensely. That would make a V30 like this instantly appealing to someone like me. But the Priv failed to find much of an audience beyond the BlackBerry faithful and the V30 might suffer a similar fate if it follows the slider approach. Regarding the Priv’s failure to catch on, maybe it was BlackBerry, maybe it was the slider, maybe it was the combination of both, but a slider could be risky territory for LG.

Finally, several use-case scenarios for the second screen. [3] pic.twitter.com/ZKucMOScam

— Evan Blass (@evleaks) May 27, 2017

On the other hand, the secondary touch display, with its numerous use cases as outlined in a follow up tweet from Blass, could endear it to a lot of phone buyers looking for something a little different from the metal and glass slabs we’ve grown increasingly accustomed to. There’s no denying this would attract a lot of attention in retail stores and on the street, and, if LG could nail the software, it could easily be very popular.

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What do you think? Would you buy a LG V30 if it looked like this? Do you think LG would get the software right? Or is this just another pointless gimmick with no real use value? Hit the comments and let us know what you think of this concept and what angle you think LG might ultimately take with the V30.

Android gaming is getting bigger and better every month it seems and there is always a slew of new titles coming to Google Play. Whether you’re a casual gamer or you want something with a beat more meat on its bones, there’s usually a game coming out to suit everyone’s taste. Let’s take a look at the best new Android games from the last month! You can watch the videos on YouTube from passed months by clicking here!

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Battle Bay

Battle Bay

Price: Free with in-app purchases
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Battle Bay is a surprise release from Rovio. Even more surprising is that it’s a MOBA. Instead of characters, players will drive different boats. Each one has its own set of strengths and weaknesses. It plays like most MOBAs. You and some other players square off against an opposing team. The first team to capture all the points wins. Games are generally quick. It also features guilds, upgrades, and more. The MOBA genre is fairly anemic on mobile so it’s nice to see a major company get into it.
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Crosswords With Friends

Crosswords With Friends

Price: Free with in-app purchases
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Crosswords With Friends is the latest game from Zynga. It plays a lot like other With Friends games in the franchise. You and a friend start filling out a crossword puzzle. The one who does the best wins that round. You can play with friends or against strangers on the Internet. It’s an easy and quick game to pick up and play. It also has various crossword categories, new content added periodically, and a hints system if you need help. It’s not the New York Times Sunday crossword, but it’ll do.
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Galaxy on Fire 3 - Manticore

Galaxy on Fire 3 – Manticore

Price: Free with in-app purchases
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Galaxy on Fire 3 – Manticore is the latest game in the sci-fi shooter franchise. You’ll be piloting a space ship. Your goal is to shoot bad guys in large space battles. It has improved graphics from the prior iterations. Aside from that, it plays similarly to the older titles. It features a social system to connect with friends, ship upgrades, new areas to unlock and explore, and more. There’s a lot to do, but it is a freemium game. People who don’t like those should adjust their expectations accordingly.
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Injustice 2

Injustice 2

Price: Free with in-app purchases
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Injustice 2 is the big ticket release this month. Much like the last iteration, it’s a shadow of its console release. There are some similar elements, though. It is a fighting game that features DC Comics characters. To its credit, the fighting mechanics and controls are far better than the prior Injustice title. It’s not quite as good as most arcade style fighters. It makes up for it by being a halfway decent play for those looking to kill a few minutes. The story line isn’t too bad either.
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Kill Shot Virus

Kill Shot Virus

Price: Free with in-app purchases
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Kill Shot Virus is the third game in the franchise. Unlike the others, this one deals with zombies. It’s a mission style first person shooter with over 100 missions. Like most freemium FPS titles, it has a ton of weapons and gear for your to collect and upgrade. It also features power ups. Along with the basics, the game includes a few different game modes, in-game chat, and leaderboards. It suffers a lot of the same pitfalls as other freemium shooters, though.
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OK Golf

OK Golf

Price: $2.99
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OK Golf is an okay golf game. It’s reminiscent of those old arcade golf games with the rolling ball controls. The whole premise of the game is point and shoot. The goal is to get the ball in the hole in as few shots as possible. It’s family friendly, easy to play, and it has different games modes to challenge you. It also features pass-and-play local multiplayer as well as online multiplayer mechanics. It’ll run you $2.99 with no in-app purchases.
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Pictionary

Pictionary

Price: Free with in-app purchases
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Pictionary is a mobile version of the popular drawing game. Players will form up into two teams of two. Then one person draws something while the other person on their team guesses what it is. The first team to get it right wins. This version features two game modes, thousands of words, and tools that you can upgrade as you play. It’s not 100% faithful to the original, but it’s close enough to be enjoyable. It’s also a freemium title, if that matters.
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Milkmaid of the Milky Way

Milkmaid of the Milky Way

Price: $4.49
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Milkmaid of the Milky Way is a retro adventure game. It focuses around a quirky store about a girl, some aliens, and some other stuff. The game includes plenty of puzzles to solve, a story to play through, and all of the text in the game is written in rhyme. It’s a delightful little experience. However, the play time is about four hours and there is no Google Play Games services support. That may be a deal breaker at $4.49. It wasn’t for us, though.
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Riven

Riven

Price: $3.99
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Riven is an adventure puzzle game with tons of exploration. It’s also the sequel to Myst, the popular PC game from way back in the day. It follows a lot of the same mechanics. You’ll wander around, explore your environment, and figure out puzzles to progress. It comes with a functional, if rudimentary save and load system. There are also Google Play Games achievements, pinch-to-zoom functionality, and more. It runs $3.99 with no in-app purchases.
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To the Moon

To the Moon

Price: $4.99
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To the Moon is a unique retro puzzle adventure game. Your’ll play as two scientists. Your job is to alter a man’s memories in order to fulfill his final wish. It boasts absolutely no filler content. Everything you do will have something to do with the story line. Additionally, it has no combat. It’s just you, some puzzles, and figuring out how to get old Johnny to the moon in his memories. It’s a fun little play. It costs $4.99 with no in-app purchases.
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