Millions of apps and games get added to/updated on the Google Play Store every day and it is easy to miss these updates. It’s hard to stay on top of everything that happens in the mobile space. Aside from the big name players and their popular titles, indie devs and other game makers are pushing out stuff that’s worth covering.
For those, and other reasons, we here at AndroidGuys have collected some news for you guys:
ReRunners, a multiplayer racing gam by Khang Games and Tilting Point, has been opened for Early access. You can sign up by clicking here. Official release will be in the upcoming months.
Deep Silver FISHLABS released their first 360° Video of their upcoming game Galaxy On Fire 3-Manticore. The game will be released in summer 2016, but you can sign up for Early Access here.
GAMEVIL has updated their mobile RPG Dragon Blaze with two new Dragon Busters: Ouranos and Omega. Omega blesses his allies and makes them invincible. Ouranos, AKA Storm of the Sky, switches into Revenge Mode when an ally dies and unleashes his Rage.
WRIO keyboard was released, sporting hexagonal keys and gestures. It is available for $3 during the introduction phase, but will eventually be $5. You can pick it up here.
Shutterstock Mobile has been updated to support Reverse Image Search, which uses Machine Learning to compare the photos you upload to similar ones in Shutterstock’s database. Right now this feature is only on iOS, but they promise it will come to Android. You can get the app here.
Hothead Games’ Kill Shot Bravo has been updated to Version 1.7. This update brings a multiplayer feature called Alliance Mode, including a chat feature to work with your Alliance. You can download it here.
Family Tracking app Life360 is introducing a feature called Driver Protect, which includes features such as Roadside Assistance and Driver Support, which connects you to a Life360 advisor that can help you with all of your emergency driving needs. It can also alert family members when a driver is in a crash. This will cost $7.99/month or $69.99/year. Click here to check out Life360.
Slacker Radio is updating its Android App with a new UI and a focus on original programming. This includes artist curated shows and themed with commentary to complement the listening experience. You can download Slacker for Android here.