Over the last few days, quite a few Android apps and games received pretty major updates and a couple of popular apps landed on Google Play market as well.
Angry Birds Seasons
Rovio has released an update for Angry Birds Seasons that adds 15 brand-new Piglantis levels. Unlike your usual Angry Birds game, this new Piglantis level takes things below the water thus adding a new sense of physics, just like Angry Birds Space. The update is already live in the Google Play market and can be downloaded for free from here.
Draw Something has got its first major update, ever since it was acquired by Zynga. The game’s UI gets elements have been refreshed, along with adding support for “Special Words” and the ability to play the game with your friends from over 13 different languages.
Hopefully, this new update wil help Draw Something gain some of its popularity back, which it started losing after it was acquired by Zynga. If you still have not tried Draw Something, go ahead and try it now.
Flipboard For Android
While Flipboard is still in beta for Android, the developers behind the app have been updating it regularly to fix all the issues being reported by thousands of users. The new update is the first one since the app went into open beta, and fixes some memory leak issues as reported by users and brings some performance improvements along with it.
Below are some of the notable games that released in Google Play Market over the last few days -:
Temple Run: Brave
Bored of playing Temple Run? Well, Imagni and Disney have released a new version of the game, Temple Run Brave. While the basic premise of Temple Run Brave remains the same, the game has graphically stunning graphics now along with some new additions to its gameplay like the ability to shoot a bow or hitting targets to gain additional points.
Unlike the original Temple Run that was released for free, Temple Run: Brave will set you back by $0.99 on the Play Store.
Looking to loose a couple of inches around your stomach but feeling too lazy to get up from your chair and start jogging? Zombie, Run might just be the perfect app for you then. The application was released on iOS nearly 4-5 months ago, and was an instant success. Plug in your earphones and start Zombies, Run! before you start you jogging session. The application will then take you on an audio adventure where you not only save yourself from the Zombies but also burn that fat around your stomach in the process.
The bad part? The app costs a whopping $8. Here is the link to the app if you are still interested in buying it.