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How to play PS4 games on your Android device – [Video]

How to play PS4 games on your Android device – [Video]

One of the perks of owning a PS4 is the remote play functionality that the console offers. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Remote Play, here’s a quick look. The Remote Play feature lets users cast their consoles content on any external device such as a laptop, tablet and even a smartphone. Till now, the feature only worked on certain Sony devices and required other phones to be rooted for the app to work. As of today, things are about to change thanks to our friends at XDA developers who have come up with a modified version of the app that runs on any device running Android 4.0 or higher. Just follow these few simple steps and you’ll be good to go: On your Android device, go to Settings > Security and turn on Unknown Sources Visit XDA-Developers and download the modified PS4 Remote Play app When the download finishes, go to Downloads on your device and tap the Remote Play apk file Follow the on-screen instruction to install the app Turn on your PS4 Open the Remote Play and tap Next Log into you PSN account The application will then connect to your PS4 Once the connection is made, you’ll see the content from your PS4 on your Android device with a virtual controller below it. If you rotate your device to landscape mode, the PS4 content will rotate and fill the display with the controls overlaid on top. While the PS4 Remote Play feature works perfectly fine, it can be a bit slow and laggy at times if your WiFi network is bogged down. For best performance, we recommend that your PS4 is wired into your router. There is also the option to reduce the stream resolution in the PS4 Remote Play app on your Android device. So the next time you’re in the mood to play but the rest of the family has taken over the TV, you have absolutely nothing to worry about. For those of you who give this a try, do share your experiences with us in the comments below. Cheers!! Source:...

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Pokemon Go gets another major update

Pokemon Go gets another major update

Pokemon Go has received another major update yet again after taking the the world by storm when it got released a few weeks back. The much needed update brings fixes for a number of issues that were addressed by a number of players in recent weeks. Most notable changes include Nearby that has officially been renamed to “Sightings” and the ability to change  your username. It would had been cool if they added the ability to change the color as well but lets leave that for now. Here’s the list of all the changes that have been made in the latest version of the app – v0.33 Added a dialog to remind Trainers that they should not play while traveling above a certain speed. Trainers must confirm they are not driving in order to continue playing. Made improvements to the accuracy of a curveball throw. Fixed a bug that prevented ”Nice,” ”Great,” and “Excellent” Poké Ball throws from awarding the appropriate XP bonuses. Fixed achievements showing incorrect Medal icons. Enabled the ability for Trainers to change their nickname one time. Please choose your new nickname wisely. Resolved issues with the battery saver mode on iOS and re-enabled the feature. Added visuals of Team Leaders Candela, Blanche, and Spark. We’re currently testing a variation of the “Nearby Pokémon” feature with a subset of users. During this period you may see some variation in the nearby Pokémon UI. Minor text fixes Based on the very first point, its clear that Niantic is taking extra safety precautions more seriously in light of a number of road accidents and various other incidents that people are getting themselves into while playing the game. The update is available now on Google Play. So what do you guys think of the new added features? Share your views with us in the comments...

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Google welcomes Rio Olympics with fun filled Fruit Games

Google welcomes Rio Olympics with fun filled Fruit Games

With the 2016 Olympic games kicking off in Brazil today, Google have their own unique and fun ways to welcome the global sporting extravaganza. Starting from today, Google have launched a series of fun filled mini games called Google’s “Fruit Games” which appear when users open the Google app on iOS and Android and click on the Google Doodle, are a heptathlon involving running, tennis, hurdles, swimming, golf, water polo and mountain biking.   Players control different fruits through the courses, and are ranked from one to three stars on completing an event. Several of the games are controlled by tilting the phone: in the mini golf game, for example, adjusting the phone’s angle helps control the direction of the ball.       The games are only playable within Google’s own app, which the company has been keen to promote as the rise of smartphones and digital assistants threatens to limit the number of searches people do a day. We hope you find these fruits as apPEELing as we do so don’t forget to share your cherry impressive results with friends to see who claims the top seed. These games are just a taste of what’s in store, so come back to the Google app throughout the week to catch the featured games of the...

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Arsenal launch Junior Gunners App

Arsenal launch Junior Gunners App

Arsenal has become the first Premier League football club to launch a fully interactive children’s app specifically for  their young supporters. Junior Gunners and young Arsenal fans globally can look forward to joining a virtual world and playing a host of fun and educational games. Young fans can start by creating their very own Arsenal avatar from over 174 customisation options. That’s over 15 trillion possible customisation combinations! One of the app’s most popular games is certain to be ‘Pocket Player’, featuring digital avatars of three first-team players; Hector Bellerin, Mesut Ozil and Theo Walcott. These ‘Pocket Players’ live in four areas within a virtual Arsenal world; the changing room and pitch at Emirates Stadium, the canteen, where users can feed the players from food actually served at the Training Ground, and a bedroom. Children can also look forward to playing ‘Squad Boss’, where they will manage their very own six-a-side Arsenal team throughout the season and compete against their friends. There are a number of trophies to be won by completing challenges in both of these games and other areas of the app. All the games aim to educate children and help them develop new skills. For instance, the training element of the Pocket Player game will help them develop their hand-eye coordination, and they will learn about nutrition and healthy foods as they help fuel their Pocket Players. Some of our Junior Gunners members formed part of focus groups alongside their parents to ensure that the app was really tailored for that age group. Aimed at children aged 4-10, the app will give our young supporters a safe environment to engage with both the club and their friends. It is a free app with no in-app purchases and operates on a closed network, so children cannot interact with strangers.     Anne-Lise Johnsen, Arsenal youth product manager, said: “With over 36,500 Junior Gunner members and even more young Arsenal fans round the world, we are proud to launch an app targeted specifically to them. We hope the Junior Gunners app will elevate the experience and engagement the club has with our fans of the future, not just here in north London, but globally.” As one of the players featuring in the app’s ‘Pocket Player’ game, Mesut Ozil was excited to see his virtual avatar for the first time. “My avatar looks really good and so do Hector and Theo’s! They really look like us and I think some of our team-mates will be quite jealous. I hope the children really enjoy playing Pocket Player and all the other games on the app. I’m looking forward to having a go myself.” The Junior Gunners app is...

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HD wallpapers from the upcoming Nexus devices – [Download Now]

HD wallpapers from the upcoming Nexus devices – [Download Now]

With every new Google Nexus device comes a plethora of amazing eye catching wallpapers that have become an Android fan boy favorite. With that said, we have got our hands on some of the wallpapers that are set to arrive with Google’s next big update, Android 7.0 – Nougat. There are some really nice ones in the collection so for those of you who want to give them a try can download from the link provided below. Download: Nexus wallpapers...

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Introducing BLOCKS – The world’s first modular smartwatch

Introducing BLOCKS – The world’s first modular smartwatch

Not too long ago we were all buzzing about modular smartphones which could very well be the future of most of our hand held devices. When we talk about modular devices, Google’s Project Ara and LG’s latest flagship phone of 2016, the LG G5, would be among the first names that come to mind. If these aren’t enough to make a few jaws drop, we’ve got another exciting entrant in the modular devices family – BLOCKS which is the world’s first modular smartwatch. What’s most exciting about these modular devices is the option to customize them as per your own needs. Same goes for the smartwatch, which offers a wide variety of options for you to choose from. The modules include: Extra Battery Heart Rate GPS Adventure (Module has a 3-in-1 sensor which combines digital humidity, pressure and temperature sensors in one). Flashlight Programmable button   Four of the aforementioned modules come with the watch and the good thing is you get to choose all four of them. The BLOCKS smartwatch is expected to release in October this year and will be retailing for $330 with $11 in shipping costs if you’re in the US and $15 for the rest of the world (Pre-orders have already started). Additional modules can also be purchased separately which will cost you an extra $35 per piece. We really like the idea of customizing your watch according to your own needs and even though Motorola offer a similar option with the 2ndgeneration Moto 360, BLOCKS offers something uniquely different. If you’re on the lookout to get a new smartwatch running on Android Wear anytime soon, then you probably should wait a few more months. The BLOCKS smartwatch features a 1.39” full circular 400 x 400 Gorilla Glass AMOLED Round Display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8009w processor, 512MB RAM, a 300 mAh battery, 4GB of storage, a stainless steel casing, microphone, WIFI 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1 (BLE) and runs on the latest version of Android (Wear) Marshmallow. The watch is also fully compatible with iOS devices which will surely make Apple users quite happy. Even though the market for smartwatches hasn’t quite gone mainstream as anticipated, the modular technology might just be able to change this norm and in doing so, re-define the future of how smartwatches can be utilized. Let us know your thoughts on this in the comments below. Cheers! BLOCKS Smarwatch Tech Specs at a Glance 1.39″ AMOLED 400×400 Display 300mAh battery Stainless Steel casing Qualcomm Snapdragon APQ8009w processor 512MB RAM 4GB Storage Microphone WIFI 802.11 b/g/n Bluetooth 4.1 (BLE) G Sens + Gyro E-Compass Android Marshmallow Source:...

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