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[Free app of the week] Microsoft Translator instantly translates your words into over 50 languages

Microsoft Translator is a new app that was launched on the Android platform today. It seems that Microsoft likes to branch out on all sorts of platforms in order to get more out of the niche market and increase its fan base. The app basically lets you communicate with the phone in order to get translations and it also presents support for Android gear!

 

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Microsoft Translator helps users translate to and from over 50 languages, including popular and particularly difficult or unusual languages: Spanish, German, Urdu, Greek, Hungarian, or French are just a few examples. In order to start the app you have to tap on the microphone to speak or use the keyboard and it will instantly translate your words. In order for this magic to take its course you will need an Internet connection.

 

The app from Microsoft supports text-to-speech in some languages and it takes over your screen in a full screen mode to facilitate your reading or showing other people your translations.

 

Microsoft Translator‘ s Android Wear support function allows users to get translations on their wrists as well! You can find the app in the Google Play store where it is free.

 

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[App of the week] Terminator Genisys: Revolution companion app gets you ready for the Terminator reboot

Terminator: Genisys Revolution will be in cinemas starting June 1st, but you get to savor its universal adventure a month sooner via its companion app. The game made by Glu Mobile will have in-app purchases and in-game currency, which means that this free game will make you squeeze some cash for those impossible to pass missions.

 

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The game itself is a cover-based shooter here you don’t have to navigate levels in order to advance with the story. All you have to do is take cover and kill enemies as they approach. You get lots of similar games out there in the play store, just as free as this one, and without in-app purchases too.

 

 

If you want to get inspired before the movie, you can pop in the game and see what Terminator Genisys: Revolution is all about. Downloading the game before June 4th gives you a free rocket, grenade, battery and med-kit.

[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.glu.t5&hl=en”]

 

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[App of the week] NASA lets you discover the Moon with Moon Tours

NASA has been researching, mapping and probing Earth’s only natural satellite since the ’60 so they must already know all or almost all there is to know about it. This is why the Jet Propulsion Laboratory from NASA decided to release and Android app named Moon Tours so that every person from around the world who wants to explore the Silvery rock can do so.

 

Moon tours

 

Craters, slopes, mountains, minerals and former life signals, among other things, have been examined and data has been collected and now the public can get a glimpse of that too via mobile app data. The app has over 600 scientific data sets and layers to explore. It is aimed at lunar scientists, engineers and other scholars, as well as the layman public. The app is free and you can find it in the Google play store via the widget below.

 

[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=gov.nasa.lmmp.mobile.moontours.android”]

 

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[Game of the week] Implosion – the hack and slash mobile game you will want to try

If you like mobile hack and slash games, you may fall in love with Implosion, one of the better and more popular titles you will find on the Google Play Store. While some games are invaded by in-app purchases, this is no such game, you pay for it once, and you are saved! This mobile game comes from the creators of the music rhythm game Cytus and it looks rather good for the expensive mobile game it is.

Implosion

 

Implosion game

 

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Implosion takes place in a post-apocalyptic future where a mysterious enemy named XADA has launched a full-on attack on humanity, hoping it would lead to extinction. The only ones that can save the puny humans are War-Mech series III battle suits. The game is a top-down isometric game where the combo system brings variety in order to make the game less tedious to play on a touchscreen device.

 

 

 

You can try Implosion for free on your Android device and, if you like it, you can buy it for $9.99. It has 1.1 GB and presents interesting and complex graphics, so you should make sure your tablet can take the heat. The demo includes the first six levels and it includes cloud Play Games saves.

[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rayark.implosion”]

 

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Get food straight from the Google search results

It’s been a few days now since Google search started offering a new feature: ordering food straight from the search bar. The search engine became extremely popular because it was so good at sending people their way in a very short period of time, meaning they would return to search for more stuff faster too. In the years since Google became our friend, it also managed to infiltrate our lives so well that we are practically useless without its services.

 

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The newest feature Google puts at its customers’ feet is a reminder of the good old days. When you search for local restaurants you will now get the option to place an order. When you hit this button you will be “assaulted” by questions such as your preferred delivery service and then you will be given the site you require.

 

The Google feature is available only in the US at the moment and only six partners are accessible: Seamless, MyPizza.com, Grubhub, Eat24, Delivery.com and BeyondMenu. More should be added in the future.

Source: AndroidPolice

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[Game of the week] Joe Danger – defy death in its racing console glory days

If you’re feeling like going down nostalgia lane on your mobile device, remember Joe Danger, that fun game you could play with on PS3 and Xbox 360 a few years back? This little game lets you get into Mr.’ Danger’s skin and on his motorcycle to compete across various courses while you try to collect coins and avoid obstacles. Now you have the opportunity of playing it on your Android device in exactly the same graphics and setting as its glory days.

 

Joe Danger game Joe Danger

 

Joe Danger is a side-scroller that blends racing and platformer elements where you swipe and tap in order to collect items, avoid obstacles and disable traps. Some courses even present you with opponents worth fighting with for the first prize. You also get a multiplayer mode and around 20 hours of gameplay.

 

 

The game is not free, but you can get it for $3 in the Google Play Store and the lingering temptation of in-app purchases could make you buy some coins. You get plenty of coins by just playing the game alone, which means that in-app purchases will not be such a big temptation after all.

[googleplay url=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.co.hellogames.jdtouch”]