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PUBG mobile release is a US iOS and Android surprise

PUBG mobile release is a US iOS and Android surprise

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds mobile has unexpectedly launched, with the game landing for iOS and Android in the US today. Officially licensed from the regular PUBG, the game uses Unreal Engine 4 to put an HD map on your smartphone, complete with team gameplay and 3D sound.

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iPad users rejoice: Microsoft Edge browser beta now available

iPad users rejoice: Microsoft Edge browser beta now available

Microsoft's Edge browser has been around for a while now, but it continues to be one of the least-used options for surfing the web. That doesn't mean Microsoft hasn't been trying to make it as widely available as possible, however, and now the browser can add another device to its roster: Apple's iPad. Edge is now available on the tablet, albeit only as a beta.

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ARK: Survival Evolved goes mobile: Oh god, dinosaurs

ARK: Survival Evolved goes mobile: Oh god, dinosaurs

ARK: Survival Evolved is a PC game that's usually a great reason to buy a new graphics card. Now it's coming to mobile platforms. This game is a first-person RPG, survival, and adventure game that's been rather popular since inception. This version of the game contains the full online survival experience available on both PC and gaming console - no holds barred.

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Google Lens spreads from Android to iPhone

Google Lens spreads from Android to iPhone

Google Photos users on iPhone and iPad are getting a new feature, with Google Lens adding its visual search and more in an update to the app. Announced back at Google IO 2017, and first released on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Lens has until now been limited to Android devices.

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Fortnite mobile for iOS invites rolling out: here’s how to sign up

Fortnite mobile for iOS invites rolling out: here’s how to sign up

Following soon after releasing its Fortnite for mobile gameplay trailer, Epic Games has announced that mobile invites for iOS are rolling out to some players. The mobile game brings Battle Royale to iOS devices, enabling players to get in on the action using their iPhone or iPad. Though it's not widely available yet, eager players can sign up to get these invites.

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Spotify’s new UI is for new users only (for now)

Spotify’s new UI is for new users only (for now)

Today it was revealed that Spotify's newest user interface for Android and iOS is mostly for new users - for the moment. Users discovered this via Reddit, where user experiences are shared and screenshots are compared. We tried a method shared by users there, and surprise! A new account with the newest version of the app yields a new UI, but switching back to an old account brings the UI back to the old look.

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Here’s your first look at Fortnite mobile gameplay

Here’s your first look at Fortnite mobile gameplay

The biggest question surrounding Fortnite's mobile port is "how will it play?" After all, Fortnite is a fast-paced game that demands more from its players than other games in the Battle Royale genre, and on the surface, it seems like it would be difficult to adapt that to touch screens. Today we're getting our first glimpse of how Fortnite will play on mobile devices, thanks to a new trailer from Epic Games.

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YouTube Dark Mode: How to activate the most evil setting

YouTube Dark Mode: How to activate the most evil setting

Behold, dark mode is here for all the devices! Don you now your evil goatees, for we are truly in the darkest timeline. YouTube brought its dark mode to the desktop website in the year 2017, making way for the spread of the blackness. Now, all users (read: iOS users, because why would Android be first, it's not as if Google made Android) can drop themselves into the shadows!

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Apple WWDC 2018 dates confirmed: iOS 12 and more

Apple WWDC 2018 dates confirmed: iOS 12 and more

Apple has announced the WWDC 2018 dates, its annual Worldwide Developer Conference at which we're expecting to see the next versions of iOS and macOS. The yearly event has become one of the most important in the calendar, and not only for people creating apps for iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

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Google Assistant for iPad cranks up Siri’s competition

Google Assistant for iPad cranks up Siri’s competition

While it's a relatively safe assumption that most iPhone and iPad users prefer Siri to other AI assistants, there are always going to be some who are faithful to others. If you're an iOS user who prefers Google's apps and ecosystem, then good news, as the company is launching Google Assistant for iPad today. This iPad version follows last May's launch of Google Assistant on iPhone.

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Fortnite Battle Royale mobile invites: Avoid these scams

Fortnite Battle Royale mobile invites: Avoid these scams

The announcement that Epic is planning to bring Fortnite's Battle Royale mode to mobile is one that was met with a lot of excitement and curiosity. That's to be expected, given the popularity of Fortnite: Battle Royale, and now it seems that there are some rather unsavory folks out there looking to take advantage of that excitement. With sign-ups for Fortnite's iOS test now open, Epic is warning players to be on the look out for false invites.

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Hearthstone Witchwood: Cards and expansion details

Hearthstone Witchwood: Cards and expansion details

Hearthstone's first of three expansions for the year 2018 was revealed as THE WITCHWOOD. This is the first of the expansions that'll be sent out during the newest year in Hearthstone, the Year of the Raven. In this expansion we'll find our fair share of odds and ends, glorious comedic relief, and the occasional game-changing feature addition.

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