• App marketing platform AppLovinlaunches mobile application publishing studio, Lion Studios

    2 monthes ago - By TechCrunch

    Selling much more than breadsticks and calamari, app marketing platform AppLovin has launched a new application publishing studio to allow developers to concentrate on building great apps while AppLovin takes care of everything else.
    The company declined to comment on how much it charges, or what kind of equity it may take in a company in return for its services, but it did say that it has managed to juice downloads of a number of top games - including recent number ones like Love Balls and Weave the Line; the game Draw In, and Cash, Inc.
    While the new studio and AppLovin's other marketing...
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  • Firefox will soon support Windows 10's Dark and Light mode settings

    2 monthes ago - By WMPoweruser

    Mozilla has released a new Nightly build for Firefox which will adapt to the universal Windows Settings. This will allow users to change to Dark or Light mode according to the Windows 10 Settings. The update has been released to as a Nightly Build right now and it will take the update sometime to be released...
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  • PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds - New Update Live On Test Servers, Adds New Weapons, Balancing

    2 monthes ago - By N4G

    The test server will be up until July 16 and will allow the developers to identify and fix any issues with the new content and changes.
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  • Firefox now allows mobile users to test its new standalone apps

    Firefox now allows mobile users to test its new standalone apps

    2 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    If you love being an early adopter or just want to help out developers, you can now participate in Firefox's aptly named Test Pilot program from your phone. Mozilla aims to extend the Firefox brand beyond their browser and has associated the new experiments, as it calls them, directly to it.
    Currently, there are only two apps available for smartphone users, but depending on the device you use, you can try out only one. iPhone users can experiment with "Firefox Lockbox", while Android users get to test "Notes by Firefox". With these new products, Mozilla is aiming to provide users with ...
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