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5 Android apps Android Apps Weekly.Google and Roku stalled out on talks this week. Roku says Google needs preferential treatment and user behaviour records. Both these arguments are refused by Google and Roku wants is to use the codec AV1 so that high quality YouTube videos can be streamed. Sadly, Roku removed YouTube TV from its channel guide. Unfortunately. To find out more, read all links.

New apps and games this week:
5 Android apps Android Apps Weekly
The Spike

Price: Free

The Spike is a ball game in 2D form. It has been created and it’s really really fun by some high school students. There are many teams in a volleyball game. Players have statistics which influence their abilities. You can do things like serving and spicing the ball, but play is pretty simple. The game is pretty tough so get ready. It is also free of charge with promotional sponsorship. We want a premium edition and hope it comes in the near future.


Price: Free / Up to $2.99

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Collaborative drawing application is DrawPortal. You should sketch with colleagues, essentially. The software has a lot of things like a range of options, a zoom, a pan and more. You also have layers so that, if desired, you can add and remove things. The UI is somewhat simple, but workable. You just open the programme and sketch stuff. This is a cost-effective drawing tool, which works well in our tests. It’s good for them, too.

Summoners War: Lost Centuria

Price: Free to play

The last game to be played in the front line of the Summoners War: Lost Centuria. This one is a duelling and gathering card game. Players gather and use cards to battle against other players. It’s all player-to-player online. It includes games of up to 16 players in an 8-8 battle. You can also upgrade the deck in many directions. The game has some PvE content too, but if you don’t like, you don’t always see other players. It’s free to play and most of the reports are about early glitches that can sooner or later be sorted out.

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Typewise Custom Keyboard

Price: Free / $1.99 per month / $9.99 per year / $24.99 once

Technically, this is not a novel application. Nevertheless, Version 3.0 of the software has made significant modifications to the interface of the keyboards and apps. The new arrangement is a waveform. Furthermore, in its normal QWERTY style, the keyboard is not. There is a little curve and in varying periods of time people can scale this curve. With respect to typing, when you get used to it, you are pretty relaxed, but it takes time to get used to it again. There are a few glitches and we’d need more vigorous self-correction. But again in the room of the keyboard it’s fun to see something new.

Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus

Price: $11.99

Warhammer 40,000: for the 2018 same name PC game, Mechanicus is a handheld port. It’s a strategy game on turns of more than 50 levels. Upgrading their stuff to make trekking easier for players. The game is really fine, and seeing a premium game with no in-app purchases will still be cool. The game does not like a couple of elements, though. The UI is slightly crowded for a cell phone game and, if you have a smartphone, we actually suggest it. Naturally, in the known Warhammer universe 40,000 takes place the whole game. It’s a little costly, but this can be enjoyed by hardcore fans.

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