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WEYV could become the best media streaming platform

WEYV is a new service that aims to consolidate all of your media streaming needs into a single platform. Today, we're taking a look at what WEYV does and whether it's worth dropping your various streaming subscriptions.

Red review – a minimalist, yet engaging puzzle game

Red is a puzzle game which challenges you to turn the screen completely red. Figure out the mechanics of each level by yourself or if you get stuck, you can always request some clues.
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LEGO DC Mighty Micros lacks depth and purpose (review)

Geared toward young gamers, LEGO DC Mighty Micros pits hero versus villain in a racing-type adventure throughout different city locations. Not the most riveting experience, but kids should find unlocking their favorite characters interesting enough for a play-through.

Yolla aims to help users make international voice calls on the cheap [Review]

Are you getting killed with international voice call rates? You might want to consider Yolla. The company offers competitive rates and great customer service. Click here for our full review.

Retouch Me review: a photo correction service for those with no photo editing skills

Retouch Me is a paid photo editing service which connects users who have no photo editing skills with designers who are available 24/7.

It’s a Space Thing charmingly recreates arcade shooter (review)

Do you have fond memories of space games in the 80s? The chaotic experience of blasting away at spacecraft and alien beings? It's a Space Thing exists as a link back to your earliest foray into arcade gaming and executes a near flawless representation.
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Glow Hockey 2 gives you more of the same (review)

Does Glow Hockey 2 build on the excellent first installment in the series or fall flat? We take a look at the ultra-popular game to see how it stacks up. Read the full review here.

Boardefuse review: It has a purpose but we just can’t figure out what it...

If you're looking for a ever-popular "brain trainer" or puzzle-type of apps or games, a new one available in the Play Store is Boardefuse....
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GTasks offers simple to-do list, but is it too bare-bones? (review)

Life can be a whirlwind. Tech sometimes gets vilified for being a distraction, but GTasks provides a serene utility to list your day-to-day activities – possibly at the risk of alienating more advanced users.
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5 Minute Yoga will limber you up, for a price (review)

5 Minute Yoga bills itself as a free Yoga app, but we found out that may not be true. Click here for our thoughts on the workouts and pricing scheme.

Nwsty review: the news app for those who don’t (usually) read news

Keep away from fake news with the nwsty app which taps only into reliable sources. Get the most important global stories delivered right to your phone with nwsty.

Golden Axe Classic review: Capitalization on nostalgia

Sega brings another classic game from its lineup to Android - this time the fantasy slasher that revolutionized the side-scrolling beat 'em up genre, Golden Axe. See what we thought of the port here.

8 Ball Pool review: Head to the pool hall with a casual game of...

Looking for a decent pool hall experience on your Android device? Check out this easy and engaging game from Miniclip. Here's our review of the casual billiards title.

Causality review: Tricky puzzle game that tests your logic skills

Looking for a challenging puzzle game? Causality is a complex game that might test your patience, but it's incredibly rewarding at the end.

ShotOn review: Automatic photo stamps to show off your phone

ShotOn lets you protect your creative vision by allowing you to easily watermark your smartphones photos with custom stamps.Conversely, it's the perfect way to show off your flagship phone's camera.

The best phones at US Cellular — which should you buy?

If it's time to purchase a new phone, and US Cellular is your carrier of choice, there's plenty to choose from. Let us help you find a new device!

Vivo Go debuts as Blu’s first phone with Android 9 Pie...

As the first Blu phone to run Android 9 Pie Go edition, the Vivo Go is unlocked and works with AT&T, T-Mobile, and other GSM-based service providers.

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