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GameRefinery: Match-3 games are 21% of U.S. iPhone gaming market

Match-3 games like Candy Crush Saga are the most prominent subgenre in the U.S. iPhone game market, accounting for 21% of the market’s revenue, according to mobile game insight and analytics firm GameRefinery. Match-3 is the biggest segment (subgenre) in the mobile game market, but it isn’t easy to crack into because there are a lot of established titles. 81% of the top-grossing 200 match-3…
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HBO Max now available for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV

The HBO Max application is now available for Apple users with apps for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV: get the app here. HBO Max replaces HBO Now, so if you have the Now app already installed, it will transform into Max the next time the App Store updates your apps. HBO Max is a US-only service. The HBO Max content offering is a superset of what was available under the Now moniker, with the same $14.99…
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Google app tests compact weather bubble on Android

After several years of evolution, Google Discover has firmly settled into a feed of news and articles that are tailored to your interests. Cards for sports and weather still exists, with the latter on Android seeing a redesign today in the form of a bubble. The latest Google…
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Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ renders show off familiar design w/ 6.9-inch screen

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series helped set the foundation for Samsung’s 2020 lineup of flagship smartphones, and it seems the Galaxy Note 20 series is going to keep that same look going yet again. Today,  and showed off high-quality renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ which show its design, camera array, and reveals it may have a larger display, too. In these CAD-based renders, we can see…
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Twitter brings its new quote tweet view to Android and the web

witter made it easier to see quote tweets on iOS on May 12th, and that new functionality is now available on Twitter for Android and for the web, the company announced today. If you tap or click on the “Retweets” word on a tweet, you’ll be taken to a new page that lets you look at one of two columns: a column showing retweets with comments and a column showing all retweets without…
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