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Bandai Namco announced two new mobile games from the legendary Pac-Man franchise – Pac-Man Friends and Pac-Man Championship Edition DX (CEDX).
PumpUp, Canadian startup from Waterloo, Ontario, launched its fitness app PumpUp in December 2012. Since then it gained over 1.7 million users.
Six billion internet devices are expected to be sold in 2014, according to global analytics firm IHS. Enclosed in that number is a bewildering array of diverse devices, from the obvious, such as: smartphones, tablets, PCs and laptops, to the more obscure, like: games consoles, smart watches, smart TVs and connected cars.
New app Imoji recently appeared in the Apple App Store, permits iOS users to turn the pictures into emojis for iMessage. User can choose if the emoji created by him will be his private sticker or it will be public and opened to others to use in their own conversation
InMobi, the independent mobile advertising network from Bangalore (India), announced the creation of $25 million fund for indie game developers. The purpose of the fund is to help indie developers to increase their app revenue through new methods of monetization based on the emotional state of players on the different stages of the game
Back in May some media reported that Google was in talks to purchase streaming video service Twitch. And yesterday VentureBeat cited “sources familiar with the matter” which reported that this $1 billion deal is completed and this company is joining YouTube in Google’s “video empire”.
Alohar Mobile is a company developing location platform that enables a new class of mobile apps that “understand a user’s behavior automatically” and provide highly customized services to the user at the right time and at the right place.
Appboy, the company specializing in marketing automation for apps, announced Multivariate Testing service. It allows marketers to test six versions of message for measuring the impact on various metrics
Pixels.com released an application for iPad, oriented to users who want to buy the artwork from its inventory of millions of pieces of art from about 250,000 artists worldwide. This app uses augmented reality (AR) feature and iPad camera to view the artwork at its exact size in the specific place, where user plans to hang it.
In its Q2 2014 earnings call Facebook disclosed some interesting statistics about its users. Their number is growing about twice as fast on mobile devices compared to its service as a whole
Blizzard released eagerly awaited by the fans the first major update to its popular collectible card game Hearthstone: The Heroes of Warcraft for PC, Mac and iPad. It’s called Curse of Naxxramas.
Vilnius, Lithuania, July 22, 2014 — Have you ever dreamed of becoming a business tycoon? Game Insight gives you a chance to turn this dream into reality as Transport Empire, the Steampunk tinged strategy game, has been released for Android and is available for download in the Google Play Store.
Nvidia announced the launch of long-rumored Android tablet Shield. It’s equipped with Nvidia’s latest generation mobile chip Tegra K1 and is oriented to hardcore gamers.
During Apple’s Q3 2014 earnings call, CEO Tim Cook disclosed some new statistics. Apple reported that during this quarter it earned $37.4 billion in revenue.
Lingua.ly, the company specializing on languages learning, announced the release of its app for iOS. Earlier this year the Android app was launched and shortly after this the company released Web app and expanded its academic partnerships.
The World Cup and Apple’s crackdown on incentivized app marketing made June the most expensive month ever for loyal user acquisition – especially for games
Developer Disruptor Beam announced the release of Game of Thrones: Ascent for iPhone and Android. The game, based on popular TV-series, was made in partnership with HBO Global Licensing and Kongregate.
Facebook announced the launch of Save feature for iOS, Android and web. It permits to store links from News Feed and Facebook Pages to a list where user can view them later.
Google Analytics has finally been made available for the iPhone. No longer will iOS using website owners have to run to the web, or rely on third party access, to pull up the information they need about their site’s activity.
Israeli’s startup Supersonic announced that it raised $15 million in Series B investment round, which was led by SAIF Partners, one of China’s largest VC firms. After this round Supersonic’s total investment grew up to $23.2 million.