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40 #CyberMonday Android Apps on Sale!

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 03:01 PM PST

Cyber Monday Android Apps on Sale

It's #CyberMonday and we want you to get out those phones and tablets to download more than 40 Android Apps on sale!  Best Android Apps Always Free!  Genius Scan+ – PDF Scanner $0.99  Grim Fandango Remastered $4.99  iA Writer $0.99  superuser X $0.99  Jnes – NES Emulator $1.49  Buddy & Me $0.99  Renotify Pro $0.99... View Article

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Snap - Widget Drawer Adds A Pull-Down Widget Screen That's Accessible From Anywhere

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 02:57 PM PST

unnamedWidgets and pull-down notifications have been a part of Android for a very long time, but what if you combined them? Snap - Widget Drawer is essentially a second notification shade, but instead of notifications, it's populated with widgets. Plus, it's accessible from anywhere, no matter what else you're doing on the phone.

While Snap appears to be a system notification shade, it's actually an app that's overlayed on top of everything else.

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AT&T is increasing the price of unlimited data plans by $5 in February

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 02:32 PM PST

While other carriers have begun to offer unlimited data again (with some caveats), AT&T has remained recalcitrant on the issue. Now the nation's second largest carrier is taking a step to try and urge customers off of grandfathered unlimited data plans. Beginning in February, AT&T customers who are grandfathered into unlimited data plans will be charged an extra $5 per month, in a move clearly designed to nudge customers off of their unlimited data plans.

9to5Mac and The Verge first reported the news, but now CNET has gained confirmation from an AT&T spokesperson that this price hike will indeed be happening.

The spokesperson said, "To help ensure we can continue to provide the best service for all of our customers, a small price increase is being made at this time."

This price increase may be small, but it's symbolic of AT&T's displeasure at its customers still on unlimited data plans. Will the raise actually push customers off of unlimited data plans? In reality, it's not too likely that these customers will give up their unlimited data over an extra $5/month. Most of these people are quite dedicated to their unlimited data plans, which can easily be seen by the fact that they've held onto unlimited data for five years now since it was discontinued.

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Google Releases Arts & Culture App With Artwork And Artifacts From Museums Around The World

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 01:58 PM PST

acThere's a new Google app that will help you get some culture, and you don't even have to stand up. The aptly named Arts & Culture app contains images and data on works of art and relics of the past from more than 850 museums and organizations around the world. And it's free—not even a "suggested" donation.

This is more than just snapshots of paintings and dusty old pottery. You can learn about the history of each piece, and even explore museums and landmarks in 360-degrees.

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Sonos Plans To Release A Beta Update With Apple Music Compatibility December 15th

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 01:58 PM PST

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Say what you will about Apple, its music streaming service isn't half bad. But no matter how nice a music app is, the experience gets improved by taking the sound out of subpar phone speakers and funneling it through something with some oomph. Sonos users will soon have that option.

Apple and Sonos are working on getting compatibility out to users. The experience isn't ready yet, but the companies plan to have a beta ready on December 15th.

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Top 5 most popular Android apps from last week: Facility 47, Snapbrite

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 01:32 PM PST

Every week we cover new Android apps with Fresh Meat on Wednesday, followed by Android Gaming on Thursday and Top 10 App Updates on Friday. When Monday rolls around, we look back to see which apps were the most appealing to our audience. Read on for the five most popular Android apps from last week. These apps are ones that are most likely new and haven't appeared in the top five list more than three times.

1. Facility 47

Facility 47

App info: You wake up alone and freezing in an icy cell. You try the cell door but it's locked, it seems that you are stuck with no apparent escape. All that surrounds you is a letter and a bottle of pills, and no sign of how long you have been here or why!


2. Snap – Widget Drawer

Snap - Widget Drawer

App info: Snap is a widget drawer, similar to the notifications drawer. Give a boost to your productivity and access widgets from any app without having to go to your launcher. Keep your home screen clean.


3. HomeUX Beta

HomeUX (Beta)

App info:  HomeUX provides a simplistic yet highly functional launcher user interface with full integration of Google's Material Design.


4. Board Defenders

Board Defenders

App info:  A modern vision, addictive, thrilling and fun fast action game, combining the pace of an arcade with the challenge of a logic puzzle – brain game, based on chess rules.


5. Snapbrite


App info: Take your photos, stories of your kids and share with your family. Very easy to use, even your grand mother or your kid. Track kids' growth history and compare with WHO standard


Note:  To ensure that all apps receive a fair chance to make the list, we will retire any app that has made the list for three consecutive weeks.

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WhatsApp Is Blocking Telegram Links In The Android App

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 12:11 PM PST


Honest companies are expected to retain their users by offering the best service they can provide and not by actively locking them in and making it hard to switch to a competitor. Google, for example, lets users easily download all their contacts, bookmarks, photos, emails, and other personal data though Google Takeout. From there, anyone is free to close their account and move to a competing service, no questions asked. There are certainly companies that don't behave this way, but this is usually viewed with disapproving eyes — particularly when the company in question is already the biggest player on the market.

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Cyber Monday deals: Acer Chromebook 15 for $249.99

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 11:46 AM PST

While small and light is definitely the bread and butter of Chromebooks, sometimes a large high-resolution screen is the answer, and the Acer Chromebook 15 is one of the only options that fits that bill in Chromebook land.

At $349, the full HD version of the Acer Chromebook 15 with Intel processor is a little on the pricey end of things for a Chromebook (ignoring the Pixel, anyway), but today the 32GB SSD version will only set you back $249 direct from Acer. And if you want a dedicated Chromebook to use around the house it is a pretty fantastic device. If you don't care about extra storage and are an Amazon diehard, you can get the 16GB SSD model for the same $249.

It comes with 4GB of RAM — which should really be the minimum allowable — a 32GB SSD, HDMI out, 1 USB 2.0 and 1 USB 3.0 port. The speakers are also notably better than most I've found on Chromebooks, due in no small part to the extra space available for them.

I've been using this exact model for the last few months, and while it isn't the sort of thing I would want to travel with, it has been an awesome laptop to have around the house for watching video and getting work done.

The larger high-resolution screen allows for truly useful side-by-side windows, as opposed to the often cramped quarters on Chromebooks. The Intel processor coupled with 4GB of RAM is plenty of power to keep Chrome OS running smoothly, even if you have my habit of opening a completely irrational number of windows and tabs.

If you have any questions about the Chromebook 15, just let me know in comments and I'll answer as best I can.

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Review: Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro, a multimedia hub

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 11:46 AM PST

Working in the Android blogosphere, I've had the opportunity to review quite a few devices. Yet, the company that continually ceases to impress me is Lenovo. While most other companies follow tried and true formulas for new devices, Lenovo has continued to innovate and try new ideas. Do these concepts always work? No, but that's part of the beauty of Lenovo. It's a company that's not afraid to take risks.

The Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro is Lenovo's latest Android tablet, and one of the most interesting to date. Like its predecessor, it features a host of multimedia capabilities, including a surprisingly good sound set-up and the remarkable addition of a built-in projector. What do all of those interesting features add up to in a tablet? Read on to find out.

1. Hardware


Lenovo has a lot of experience in hardware, and it shows in the Yoga Tab 3 Pro. The device has a 10.1-inch QHD (2560×1600) IPS display that has a PPI of 299. Inside, the Yoga Tab 3 Pro packs a quad-core 2.2GHz Intel Atom processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage plus a microSD card slot and a 9600mAh battery. It also has a 13-megapixel rear camera, 5-megapixel front-facing camera, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0 and LTE.

For the multimedia features, you're looking at four front-facing JBL speakers that are utilizing Dolby Atmos technology for loud, crisp sound. Lenovo has also outfitted the Yoga Tab 3 Pro with a built-in projector that features a brightness of 50 lumens and a projector image size of up to 70 inches.

As far as hardware goes, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro has you covered.

2. Design and Build Quality

Lenovo's past tablets have excelled in terms of design and build quality, but the Yoga Tab 3 Pro takes that fame even further. The device still features that classic Lenovo design with a cylindrical battery and kickstand, but it swaps out the textured plastic back for faux leather, which adds an air of refinement. The faux leather is also far more comfortable to grip than the bumpy, textured plastic.

The distinctive kickstand still features a number of different poses, including the interesting ability to hang on a hook. This may initially be a little baffling, but it has some uses. You can use it to comfortably watch a movie without a solid surface to place the tablet on or you can use Lenovo's eFrame software, which allows the Yoga Tab 3 Pro to become a digital picture frame or calendar. The calendar features gorgeous landscape photos and actually has some use, as well as being aesthetically pleasing.

As far as build quality goes, I wouldn't be worried about the Yoga Tab 3 Pro. It feels sturdy and well-constructed, with no creaking or flexing in the body. The size of the tablet also aids in the build quality, as it's much smaller than its predecessor, making drops less likely.

Cheers to Lenovo for continuing its tradition of excellent design and build quality.

3. Display


Sharp though it may be, the display on the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro could still use a bit of work. Whites are a little tinted, and colors are saturated, but slightly off. Blacks are actually quite deep for an IPS display, and pleasantly enough, we couldn't find any light bleeds on our unit, which has been a problem for some of Lenovo's past tablets.

While the display may not be perfect, it's very sharp and is perfectly decent for viewing movies, pictures and other content.

4. Software

Lenovo has had a rough time with software in the past, but with the Yoga Tab 3 Pro, the company finally seems to be listening and has held back a bit on the software. Past versions have been heavy with customization, which led to a lot of lag and slowdowns. This new software still has some problems with bogging down, but it's less heavy than past software and also looks much nicer.

Lenovo may still be better off just ditching its own software and going with stock Android, but if it can work on the performance optimization and make the UI a little more cohesive, we might able to accept that as a compromise.

As one downside, the Yoga Tab 3 Pro is running Android 5.1 Lollipop rather than the newer Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Lenovo doesn't have a great track record with timely updates, so if you prefer to have the latest and greatest software, you may want to look elsewhere.

5. Performance


As mentioned in the software section, the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro does have a performance bugs. During some animations in Lenovo's custom software, the device will lag or stutter. Most of these seem related to Lenovo's software customization rather than to the hardware or OS itself. As far as specs go, it should be quite capable of handling itself without lag, as long as it's properly optimized by Lenovo.

A little more work and Lenovo could have a very powerful tablet on its hands.

6. Battery

With Lenovo's past tablets boasting impressive battery life, we expected a lot from the Yoga Tab 3 Pro. Fortunately, it delivered. Lenovo estimates about 18 hours of usage time, but we were able to stretch that to about 20 hours without a problem. The Yoga Tab 3 Pro brings in a 10,200mAh battery and, as an added bonus, it does support fast charging, which significantly reduces the amount of time needed to get a charge.

Keep in mind that using the built-in projector is going to burn through more battery. But if you're running low, it's easy to fill back up again with the fast charging. All in all, Lenovo has once again delivered solid battery performance.

7. Multimedia Features


Not a category that we usually use in reviews, this one is for devices like the Yoga Tab 3 Pro that bring in unique features for multimedia. The sound on the Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro is something special, with the device delivering very crisp sound, even at high volumes. Even more impressive than the crispness is the actual volume of the speakers. The four speakers can get rather shockingly loud, making a perfect companion for the projector, as you likely won't have to worry about using external speakers to make sure everyone can hear.

The built-in projector is the other unique feature and while seemingly odd, it's actually full of uses. Not only can the projector make it very easy to watch a movie with friends, but it also has more practical applications for the professional world. It's quite easy to run through a PowerPoint or slide show on the Yoga Tab 3 Pro, and the projector gives you a simple and portable way to display it to others. Very handy, indeed.

Lenovo Yoga Tab 3 Pro8 / 10


Lenovo has spent the last couple of years creating interesting devices and then refining them based on feedback. The Yoga Tab 3 Pro is the latest step in the refinement process, and it shows significant improvements over its predecessors. It's faster, sleeker and more functional than previous models. It's continued to take the unique core elements of Lenovo's tablets and develop even more uses for them.

These refinements ultimately lead to a better experience for the user, which is the end goal. As it stands, Lenovo can continue to refine a few things, but the company is headed in a very good direction with the Yoga Tab 3 Pro.

Lenovo usually lists the Yoga Tab 3 Pro for $499, but is currently sold out on its website. Best Buy, however, does have the device in stock for $449.

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Save $100 on the NVIDIA Shield TV with media remote

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 11:20 AM PST

NVIDIA Shield TV with remote and controller. Photo: NVIDIAAmazon has slashed $50 off the NVIDIA Shield TV and is throwing in a free media remote worth another $49.99 for a limited time. You can currently pick up the 16GB bundle for just $149.99, while the 500GB option is down to $249.99. The 16GB Shield TV is normally priced at $199.99, and that price rises to $299.99 if you

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Keep the cyber in Cyber Monday with an extra 25% off courses [Deal]

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 11:20 AM PST

b39f7f132f670f5975f1b74c91930c28ff0f8be9_main_hero_imageInstead of buying a new TV or juicer this Cyber Monday, invest in your own tech savviness.From training in Amazon Web Services to Microsoft Office and Adobe's array of creative products, you'll emerge from the holidays ready to take on new challenges and better gigs. And most digital deals like these get another 25% taken off

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Shiftic – puzzle game

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 10:39 AM PST

Shiftic - puzzle game

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A New App From ASUS Lets You Control The Company's Wi-Fi Routers From Android

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 10:06 AM PST

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ASUS doesn't just make low-price Android phones and tablets with regrettable amounts of bloatware. The company is a major manufacturer of all kinds of consumer electronics, including laptops, PC components, and network equipment - and ASUS routers have some of the best bang-to-buck ratio on the market. That said, their browser-based management tools are designed for desktops, so accessing them to change any settings on your local Wi-Fi network is a major headache on Android.

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GPS Status & Toolbox Gets An Update To v6.0 With Better Sharing, In-App Pro Upgrade, And Fake Material Design

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 09:48 AM PST

unnamedGPS Status & Toolbox is a very popular app with tens of millions of downloads. It's a useful way to test your device's GPS functionality, but it's also ugly. The app was just updated to v6.0, and the changelog says it includes material design, but it's not very material at all. Luckily, there are some other things in this release too.

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Okay, here's the changelog with the totally misleading material design item.

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Adobe Brings Premiere Clip, A Far More Approachable Version Of The Desktop Video Editor, To Android

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 08:47 AM PST


Adobe Premiere has been around for Macs for about as long as I've been alive, and countless video editors swear by it. A bite-sized version came to iPhones and iPads a year ago. Adobe aimed this product at your everyman, not just folks who know how to maneuver panels around a timeline. Now an Android version of Premiere Clip has made its way into the Play Store.

Premiere Clip, as of version 2.0 for iOS (1.0 for Android), attempts to take some of the difficulty out of video editing by automatically producing a video using your photos and recordings.

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[Hands-On] Join Is A Neat Beta Pushbullet Alternative From Joaomgcd

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 08:15 AM PST


Around the Android corners, joaomgcd is known for his automation tools, most of which rely on heavy Tasker integration and require a level of tinkering that most of us lazy people can't bother with. So when Joao released his new app Join and the feature set seemed to closely mirror Pushbullet's features upon close inspection, I was intrigued. Not just because of Pushbullet's latest switch to Pro plans, but because the main selling point of the service was its simplicity.

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LG makes G4’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow update available across Europe

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 08:10 AM PST

Marshmallow has arrived! Photo: LGLG's Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the G4 is now available across Europe, just weeks after making its initial debut in South Korea. The update weighs in at 1.5GB, and you can download it over-the-air or via LG's Bridge application for Mac and PC. The G4 became the first third-party (non-Nexus) Android device to get

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Posted: 30 Nov 2015 08:09 AM PST

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SMS App AwSMS Hits Public Beta With A v1.0 Update

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 07:44 AM PST

unnamedYour phone probably comes with two options for SMS—Hangouts and whatever the app the OEM designed. Neither of these are necessarily great options, but there are alternatives. And there's one more alternative today with AwSMS reaching the public beta phase.

Here's the changelog for the big v1.0 update.

  • Added new Bubble shapes
  • Added Navigation Drawer
  • Added Sending Animations
  • Improved MMS and SMS stability
  • Default Quick Reply now uses the Heads up quick reply
  • Lots of Bug Fixes

AwSMS looks a bit like the Google Messenger app, but there are a ton of options and some neat extras.

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eAngel Human Proofreading – real people grammar & spell check your content

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 07:28 AM PST

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Get an unlocked Galaxy S6 for just $399.99 in Amazon’s Deal of the Day

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 06:49 AM PST

Get your Galaxy S6 on the cheap today! Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of AndroidLooking to treat yourself to a new smartphone with spectacular design and stellar specifications? Check out Amazon's Deal of the Day on the Samsung Galaxy S6, which gets you an unlocked model with 32GB of storage for just $399.99. That's $200 off the handset's list price, which is a terrific offer on one of the

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Android Marshmallow now available for the LG G4 in Europe

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 06:19 AM PST

LG G4 owners in Europe can now get of taste of Android Marshmallow. After a limited release to select users in Poland back in October, the latest version of Android is finally making its way out to the general public. LG has not made an official announcement regarding the availability Android 6.0 for the LG G4, but handset owners in Germany, Portugal, Poland, Spain, Romania, Austria, Switzerland, Hungary, the UK, Croatia, and Turkey claim to have downloaded the latest software build for the phone using LG Bridge, LG's PC-based software management tool. There's no indication as to when LG will be flipping the switch on its over-the-air update servers, but it shouldn't be too long.

The update includes all the basic system improvements that Google backed into Android Marshmallow along with a dozen or so LG-specific tweaks to improve the handset's performance and software experience.

LG G4 Android 6.0 changelog

  • Priority Notifications renamed to "do not disturb"
  • QMemo+ renamed to Capture+
  • Usability improvements through Google Patch
  • LG Bridge renamed to LG AirDrive
  • Manage Google apps and services in new settings menu
  • New Direct Share (recommendations, which app/contact to share content with)
  • Knock Code settings update. Now requires least 6 spaces and at least 3 different patterns
  • New storage menu
  • New silent mode
  • Screen for app settings was simplified and offers different app-management features
  • Battery automatically optimized when device/apps are not used for a certain time.
  • Wipe to delete in Messaging and E-Mail apps can now be undone by wiping in the opposite direction
  • Apps will ask for permissions after installing to ensure better protection of your private data.

If you decide to use LG Bridge to update your LG G4 to Android Marshmallow, be sure to leave us a comment and let us all know what you think of the new software update.

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Amazon Lightning Deal: $60-off the Amazon Fire 10 HD

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 01:32 AM PST

The craziness of Cyber Monday continues with a Lightning Deal on the Amazon Fire 10 HD. Usually priced at $229.99, Amazon is slashing the price of the Fire 10 HD to $169.99 for the next 22 hours or until inventory allotted for the Lightning Deal runs out. Two hours in, only 1% of the allotted inventory has been claimed. But that number will start moving a lot quicker as people start waking up and checking the web for great Cyber Monday deals. The Amazon Fire 10 HD, isn't the best Android tablet on the market, but it does come with a 10.1-inch 1280×800 display, Quad-core MediaTek processor, 5-megapixel rear camera, 720p front-facing camera, 16GB of storage, microSD slot, 1GB of RAM and full integration into Amazon's media and storage services.

If you do choose to pick up the Amazon Fire HD 10, don't forget to check out its official case with a built-in stand or the Keyboard Case if you plan to use the tablet as a mini laptop.

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Cyber Monday deals: contract-free Samsung Galaxy S6, HTC One M9 discounted to $400

Posted: 30 Nov 2015 01:32 AM PST

There are usually thousands of Cyber Monday deals to be had, but it's hard finding any that are actually any good. Yes, 40-50% off smartphone cases is nice, but we know that you guys are looking for big savings on big ticket items. Amazon is here to save the day with massive discounts on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and HTC One M9. If you simply want a phone and don't want to sign a new contract to get one, you can get wither phone for just $400 – roughly $250 less than what each phone typically sells for. The $400 Samsung Galaxy S6 is the SIM unlocked US variant, but you can spend about $100 more is you need one with international band support. The HTC One M9 is locked to AT&T's network, but it can easily be SIM unlocked by using HTC SIM Unlock, Android SIM Unlock or services on the web for $10-$15.

If you do buy a new phone today, will it be for yourself or for a loved one?

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Star War: Galaxy of Heroes 0.2.110292 APK

Posted: 29 Nov 2015 03:28 PM PST

Electronic Arts has now made its latest free-to-play RPG, Star War: Galaxy of Heroes, available worldwide for Android in the Google Play Store after the successful release of "Star Wars: Battlefront" on many gaming platforms this year. The game looks to be widely available, but we've got the Star War: Galaxy of Heroes apk to download directly on your Android device if you need it.

Star War Galaxy of Heroes Android game

The new Star War: Galaxy of Heroes game lets you create a large team of 60 characters included in the Star Wars universe. The characters can be utilized to combat and win battles across iconic spots and turn out to the best gamer in whole Star Wars' whole galaxy. Here's a list of its features:

Build powerful light and dark side teams with both Jedi and Sith heroes and other characters from the Star Wars universe. Make strategic choices and pick characters with complimentary abilities to construct squads and engage in RPG combat like never before!

Make tactical decisions and equip your characters, from Darth Vader and Boba Fett – to Lando Calrissian and Leia Organa, with powerful gear to enhance their damage. Unlock special leader abilities to buff your team and unleash moves like Darth Sidious's Force Lightning, Chewbacca's Wookiee Rage, and more.

Collect characters from the original trilogy and prequel films, plus animated TV shows like Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels – and more. True to the RPG genre, each new hero has multiple powerful attacks and abilities!

Complete epic missions on Hoth, Bespin, Tatooine, Coruscant, and beyond. Unlock special characters to play through in light and dark side campaigns

While the game is free to play, it does contain in-app purchases. You can check it now on the Google Play Store or download the latest Star War: Galaxy of Heroes apk from the source link given below.

Star War: Galaxy of Heroes 0.2.110292 APK

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