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Google Play Pass games and apps: All titles announced so far (Updated)


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Update: December 6, 2019 (5:15 PM ET): Google just added ten more games and apps to its Play Pass subscription, including KLWP and KWGT. These are some of the best widget, live wallpaper, and overall customization apps you can get on Android, so this is exciting news. We have updated the list below to include these latest additions.


Original Article: September 23, 2019 (12:19 PM ET): The long-awaited Google Play Pass is here and with it a new way to enjoy apps and games from the Google Play Store. With nearly 400 ad-free Play Pass games and apps available, there’s sure to be something that piques your interest.

The titles included will expand over the coming months, but we’ve made a list of all games and apps currently announced for Google Play Pass below. Titles in bold are ones we recommend.

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Google Play Pass has a solid list of launch games from a variety of genres and publishers. Most of them are premium (paid) titles, but there are a few free-to-play games with ads and in-app purchases removed. Here’s a full list of what’s on tap, separated by genre as best we could.

Note: To cut down on the number of items in the list, all generic games have been removed. Rest assured that there are tons of word search, sudoku, jigsaw puzzle, and chess games, but they’re not in the list below.

Adventure:

  • LIMBO
  • Sorcery! 1, 2, 3, and 4
  • Old Man’s Journey
  • 80 Days
  • Lumino City
  • Swordigo
  • Jungle Adventures 1, 2, 3
  • NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits
  • Clockwork Tales: Of Glass and Ink
  • Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood
  • Gem Miner 2
  • Wayward Souls
  • Suzy Cube
  • Thimbleweed Park
  • 60 Seconds! Atomic Adventure
  • Grim Legends: The Forsaken Bride (Full)
  • The Bug Butcher
  • The Tiny Bang Story Premium
  • Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy
  • Red Ball 3: Jump for Love
  • Sally’s Law

Action/sports:

  • Chameleon Run
  • Titan Quest
  • Lichtspeer
  • Farm Invasion USA
  • Touchgrind BMX 2
  • Touchgrind Skate 2
  • Pumped BMX 3
  • Space Marshals
  • Grimvalor
  • OTTTD: Over The Top TD
  • Annelids: Online Battle
  • Reckless Getaway
  • Reporter
  • Grand Action Simulator – New York Car Gang
  • Absolute Drift
  • Shadow Fight 2 Special Edition
  • Ninja Hero Cats
  • Sea Battle 2
  • Moto X3M Bike Race Game
  • What, The Fox?
  • Offroad Legends 2
  • Dual!
  • Smashy Road: Wanted
  • Smashy Road: Arena
  • Fancy Pants Adventures
  • Horror Hospital 2
  • Cubes
  • Pinball Flipper Classic 11in1

RPG:

  • Stardew Valley
  • Terraria
  • Star Wars™: KOTOR
  • Magium
  • King of Dragon Pass
  • Evoland
  • Game Dev Tycoon
  • Hoplite
  • Tempest

Puzzle: 

  • Monument Valley 1, 2
  • ELOH
  • Bridge Constructor Portal
  • FRAMED 1 & 2
  • Agent A: A puzzle in disguise
  • Neighbours from Hell Season 1 & 2
  • Energy: Anti Stress Loops
  • Flow Free
  • Flow Free: Hexes
  • Flow Free: Warps
  • Red
  • Hocus.
  • Square Paint
  • HEX
  • Cut the Rope
  • Cut the Rope 2
  • Cut the Rope: Time Travel
  • Dumb Ways to Die 2
  • Vertical Adventure: Jump, Die, Retry
  • One More Line
  • The Tiny Bang Story
  • Death Squared
  • .projekt
  • Hidden Folks
  • Save the Puppies
  • NR Shooter
  • Connection
  • Shapes
  • Lines
  • Red Herring
  • Block Puzzle & Conquer
  • Number Mazes
  • Infinity Loop
  • Brain It On!
  • Decipher
  • What’s inside the box?
  • Harmony: Relaxing Music Puzzles

Strategy/simulation:

  • Reigns
  • Reigns: Her Majesty
  • Reigns: Game of Thrones
  • Mini Metro
  • Pocket City
  • This is the Police
  • Guns’n’Glory Heroes
  • Guns’n’Glory Zombies
  • Fiz: Brewery Management Game
  • Traffix
  • Risk
  • Tiny Guardians
  • Door Kickers
  • King’s League: Odyssey
  • The Battle of Polytopia
  • SpellForce – Heroes & Magic
  • Card Thief
  • Card Crawl
  • Drive Simulator
  • Door Kickers

Music:

  • Cytus II
  • Melobeat

Children/educational:

  • Toca Nature
  • Toca Mystery House
  • Trivia 360
  • My Very Hungry Caterpillar
  • Power Girls Super City
  • StoryToys Rapunzel
  • Animal Puzzles for Kids
  • Code Karts Pre-coding for kids
  • Thomas & Friends: Race On!
  • Sago Mini Pet Cafe
  • Pet World Premium
  • Little Panda Fireman
  • Little Panda’s Jewel Adventure
  • Jurassic World
  • Kids Animals Jigsaw Puzzles
  • Learn to Read & Save Animals


Google Play Pass apps

The list of Google Play Pass apps is honestly pretty bloated, but there are a few useful productivity apps. Here’s the list for now, and we’ll update it as more apps are added to the service.

All apps:

  • AccuWeather: Daily Forecast & Live Weather Reports
  • Tunable: Music Practice Tools
  • ISS HD Live: View Earth Live
  • Pic Stitch – #1 Collage Maker
  • Daylio – Diary, Journal, Mood Tracker
  • Moon+ Reader Pro
  • All-In-One Calculator
  • Easy Voice Recorder Pro
  • jetAudio HD Music Player Plus
  • VivaVideo Pro Video Editor HD
  • Business Calendar Pro
  • White Noise
  • White Noise Generator
  • Ambience – Nature Sounds
  • Rain Sounds – Sleep & Relax
  • Relax Rain – Rain Sounds
  • Nature Sounds
  • Sleep Sounds
  • Unit Converter
  • TouchRetouch
  • MyTuner Radio App
  • Friendly for Facebook
  • Our Groceries Shopping List
  • Decision Roulette
  • GPS Status & Toolbox
  • Photo Editor
  • Podcast Go
  • Smart Recorder
  • Podcast Republic
  • Money Manager Expense & Budget
  • Cross DJ Pro
  • Quotes Creator
  • KWGT Kustom Widget Maker
  • KLWP Kustom Live Wallpaper Maker
  • Photo Studio Pro
  • CamtoPlan
  • Slow Motion Video FX
  • Hi-Q MP3 Voice Recorder (Pro)
  • Password Manager SafeInCloud Pro
  • Currency Converter Plus
  • Dictionary.com Premium
  • Infinite Painter
  • To Do List
  • Mix by Camera360
  • Sleepo
  • WebVideo Cast
  • Enpass Password Manager
  • LockMyPix Secret Photo Vault
  • FlipaClip: Cartoon Animation
  • Perfect Piano
  • Notebloc PDF Scanner
  • Fast Scanner
  • DataDex Pokedex
  • Real Guitar
  • Flashcards
  • Accurate Altimeter
  • PixelLab
  • Calls Blacklist – Call Blocker
  • Lexis Audio Editor
  • Phonograph Music Player
  • My Notes – Notepad
  • Voice changer with effects
  • Luci – Dream Journal
  • Weather Kitty
  • ArtFlow: Paint Draw Sketchbook
  • Diaro – Diary, Journal, Notes, Mood Tracker
  • Pixel Art: Color by Number
  • Rain Alarm


What are your favorite Google Play Pass games and apps? Let us know in the comments below!

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How to fix common Google Play Store error codes


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The Google Play Store is the most secure and easily accessible place to grab your essential Android apps and games. While it is a pretty stable app, it is not immune to bugs and issues. Google can present a wide range of unintelligible error codes with no real way to quickly fix the problem. This list of the most common Google Play Store errors codes and their solutions should help you sidestep these annoyances.

Common Google Play Store errors

  1. Error 944
  2. Error 941 / 927 / 504 / 495 / 413 / 406 / 110 / rh01 / rpc:aec:0
  3. Error DF-BPA-09
  4. Error DF-DLA-15
  5. Error 103
  1. Error 919 / 101 / 923 / 921
  2. Error 491 / 923
  3. Error 403
  4. Error 927
  5. Error 481
  6. Error 911

1. Error 944

We’ll start off with a simple one, and one of the most common Google Play Store error codes. Error 944 appears when the Google Play Store servers are offline, or if they’re suffering from some connectivity issue. The best solution is to just wait a little while and try again, rather than messing around with app settings. This can be annoying, but if you get this message at least you know there is nothing wrong with your phone!


2. Error 941 / 927 / 504 / 495 / 413 / 406 / 110 / rh01 / rpc:aec:0

If you’ve had problems downloading apps from the Play Store, you’ve likely come across the Error 495, 110, or one of the other Play Store error codes above. They all indicate slightly different download problems, but they all share the same solution. To fix any one of them, you’re probably going to need a new Google ID assigned to your device, but that’s not too hard to do.

For starters, delete your Google Play Store data by heading over to Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear storage & Clear cache. Check if this has fixed your problem. If not, then you’ll want to delete your data from the Google Services Framework too, which can also be found under the apps. This will give you a new Google ID on your devices, almost as if you’d factory reset it. However, this new ID has the downside of messing up some apps, at least temporarily, so you might have to reinstall any apps that suddenly have problems.

If you’re still running into issues after that, you’ll have to delete your Google account from your device. Do do this, and re-add it back after a restart, head on over to Settings > Accounts > Add account > Google.


3. Error DF-BPA-09

The character mishmash above is another fairly common Play Store error code, this time related to trying to download a purchased app. Unfortunately trying over and over again won’t make the issue go away, but a quick clear of the Play Store app data will solve it quickly. Just clear data under general Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Google Services Framework > Storage & cache > Clear storage & Clear cache.

This problem is sometimes on Google’s end too, so the above method may not work every time. If that’s the case, log into the Google Play Store from your PC and push the download to your device.


4. Error DF-DLA-15

Another wordy looking Play Store error code, but this one relates to app updates or new downloads. The best way to flush out this problem is to clear the cache and data from the Play Store app and try again.

To do this, head to Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear storage & Clear cache. If this doesn’t work, try removing, and re-adding your Google account.


5. Error 103

Error 103 occurs when there’s a compatibility problem between your device and the app you’re trying to install. Usually, Google won’t allow you to install incompatible apps, but sometimes there’s a bug or server error that can cause conflicts to occur.

The best solution is to wait this one out. It is often a server side issue dealing with application signatures. The Play Store will eventually update to make sure your phone receives the right package. Although lingering issues should be reported to Google Support for them to look into.


6. Error 919 / 101 / 923 / 921

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This Google Play Store error is a pretty simple one to fix. It just means there isn’t enough space on your device to fully install or update an app. Removing some unused apps is a good place to start, followed by pictures, videos, or music.


7. Error 491 / 923

491, unfortunately, means that downloads and updates are impossible, so something has gone seriously wrong somewhere. To fix this error, you will need to remove and then add the same or a new Google account to your device.

Go to your device’s Settings > Accounts, click on the account and then press Remove account. Restart your smartphone or tablet, then go back into Settings > Accounts > Add account again to log back into your account. Finally, go into Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Google Play Services > Storage & cache > Clear storage & Clear cache.


8. Error 403

The 403 error is similar to the one above, in that downloads and updates are impossible, for some reason. However, this time the problem is caused by a conflict between two or more Google accounts buying apps on one device.

To fix this, your first port of call should be to log into the Google account that you bought the app with, uninstall it, and then hit the purchase/install button once again.

If that doesn’t work, removing your Play Store search history might fix the conflict. To do this, go into the Google Play Store and select Settings > Clear local search history. Alternatively, you could try creating a new Google Play account and installing the app again using this account, although this is usually how the problem started anyway.

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9. Error 927

This is another Play Store error code that appears when trying to download or update an app, but this particular code occurs only when the Play Store is caught out in the middle of an update of its own.

The best fix is usually to wait for the Play Store to finish updating and installing, and then simply trying again. Alternatively, you can clear app data for the Play Store by going to Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear storage & Clear cache.


10. Error 481

If you’re unfortunate enough to see the 481 error code, then it’s probably the end of the road for your Google account. This code means there’s some sort of major error with your account. The only fix is to remove your old account and then sign up for a new one.


11. Error 911

This download error can be a little tougher to diagnose exactly, as it’s sometimes a problem with your current WiFi connection, but can also be solved be clearing Google Play Store data.

If you’re connected to a WiFi hotspot that requires a login, it’s possible that error 911 appears because you need to re-authenticate your connection. After you’ve done that, open the app and try again. If you’re still having problems, it’s likely something to do with your WiFi network, so try a different connection or perhaps switch to your network data connection.

Alternatively, you can try clearing Play Store data by going to Settings > Apps & notifications > See all apps > Google Play Store > Storage & cache > Clear storage & Clear cache.


There are a few more error codes floating around out there. Generally, most of these are related to connectivity issues or some account authentication problem. Most of these can be solved by checking your connection status and waiting for Google’s servers to catch up, or reapplying your account to the Play Store. Also, never discount the effectiveness of restarting your phone.

Hopefully, this little list will have solved your particular Google Play Store error code. If you’ve come across any different errors or have some fixes of your own to contribute, please feel free to share in the comments section below.

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Google Play Music hits 5bn downloads, but is this as good as it gets?


Google Play Music has been the official Google music streaming service for years, and it’s just hit a landmark figure on the Play Store.

The music app has reached five billion downloads on the Play Store, according to Android Police. This reportedly makes it the sixth app to cross this mark, following Chrome, Gmail, Maps, Search, and YouTube.

It’s worth noting that all these apps are pre-installed on Android devices, boosting the listed download figures in the process.

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Unfortunately, this could be the apex of Google Play Music’s growth, as Google will pre-install YouTube Music instead of Play Music on future Android phones. Google confirmed the news on the YouTube blog last month, saying all new devices launching with Android 10 and Android Pie will offer the app out of the box.

Hopefully Google keeps Play Music around until YouTube Music achieves feature parity at the very least. Right now, the new app lacks Play Music’s cloud locker functionality, the ability to halt autoplay, and sleep timer functionality, to name a few features.

What would it take for you to use YouTube Music? Let us know in the comments!

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Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories hits the Play Store


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All the way back in June of last year, we learned that Android would be getting its very first Harvest Moon game, Seeds of Memories. The game was slated to come out in the winter, but it looks like there were some entanglements in the development process. We didn’t see hide nor hare of the farming simulator as the winter solstice came and went, but now just in time for spring planting season, Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories has arrived.

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This game brings back much of what you love about the classic rural slice-of-life adventure that won over the hearts of millions. You’ve been tasked with revitalizing a farm, so you’ll need to socially invest in the nearby town to get the help you need. Grow a variety of crops and discover new varieties as you build relationships and spend the afternoons fishing. Raise cows, sheep, chickens, and even horses and even start a family. There’s a fairly elaborate upgrade system, and plenty of interesting events like cooking contests and festivals.

All in all, Seeds of Memories looks like a solid addition to the Android game library, and we hope to see more like it in the future. We haven’t had the chance to give it a full play, of course, since it just came out, but click the button below to hit it up in the Play Store. Give it a spin, then come back and let us know what you think in the comments below!

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Google Play Music podcasts coming April 18?


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So, all the way back in October 2015, Google announced that their all-around music streaming service Google Music would soon have podcast functionality. And then we heard literally nothing on the subject for half a year. Now it seems like this pipe dream is actually becoming a reality, as some sources are reporting that podcasts are coming to Google Music as early as this coming Monday.

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The way this news came out is that apparently Google released this embargoed information to staff members of NPR. Someone within NPR leaked the email, and Android Police announced that podcast capability would be arriving on the 18th. An excerpt from the email:

Google will launch podcasts on Android and other platforms next Monday, April 18, inside of Google Play Music, a streaming service similar to Apple Music. Please note: this information is embargoed and should not be shared or promoted externally until Monday. NPR has worked with Google to ensure that public radio is represented in the Google Play environment. Learn more about adding your station’s podcasts to this new platform.

So it looks like this is the real scoop. The news comes as a relief to users like myself who have found themselves listening to fewer podcasts than they would like after moving over to Google Play Music since the app historically hasn’t supported them natively. This update will probably be what finally gets me back into the second season of Serial.

What are your thought on Google Play Music receiving podcast capability? Does this not really affect you, or are you grateful to be able to move back to using one app for all your audio needs instead of splitting it between two? Let us know your take in the comments, and stay tuned to Android Authority for all the updates on your favorite apps.

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Google Play Newsstand and Play Music reach new countries – Japan, Thailand and Malaysia


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It seems Google chose an odd day to announce availability of Play Newsstand and Play Music in new markets. It might make sense, though, as everyone already had their eyes set on said company today. The more announcements the merrier, and we know today’s new supported markets will definitely be happy to see Newsstand and Play Music coming around.

Google Play Newsstand is heading over to Japan, Malaysia and Thailand. People in these markets will now be able to access magazines and newspapers, subscribe to them and more. Information is key, and moving to a digital world shouldn’t have to mean abandoning these publications.

On the other hand, we have the awesome Google Play Music jamming on Japane devices. This is definitely good news for those who really love their streaming services. Especially considering you could use Google Play Music for free and still get much from it. If you need an extra kick you can also sign up for All Access.

This is just a quick update from the latest Google Play news. Are any of you celebrating this announcement? Hit the comments and let us know what you think of these services. They are both available today, so you should be up and running by now.

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XBMC’s Kodi media player officially makes its way to the Play Store with version 15 update


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The popular Kodi media center application, formerly known as XBMC, has finally made its way to the Play Store. The app launched in Google Play last month in beta form, but now it’s officially available for all to download. Along with the big Play Store announcement, Kodi is getting a hefty update to version 15 which brings some notable features that make the app even more functional than ever.

For starters, version 15 brings 4K support, refresh rate switching and HEVC playback to capable Android devices, such as the NVIDIA Shield Android TV. It should be noted that Android 5.0 Lollipop is required to take advantage of these new additions.

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Also new to the application is an all-new chapter selector window that lets you visually browse and choose different chapters in supported video formats. Take a look at the video below for a quick demonstration:

Another small, yet notable feature in this update is adaptive seeking functionality, which allows you to skip forward and backward more quickly by tapping the navigation key several times. The developers have made a quick video for this feature as well, so check that out below:

The update also brings new audio and subtitle lists, language add-ons and expanded international preferences, as well as an improved add-on manager. There are a ton of other small improvements listed in the changelog, so feel free to check out the source link for more details. Thankfully the app is now available in the Play Store, so interested folks can get these changes right away.

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What is Virtual Reality, and what role will Android play?


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Virtual Reality (VR) is an immersive computer system that mimics the world we see around us. It can also be used to create imaginary worlds, or in other words it can be used to create immersive games. VR isn’t a new idea, in fact it was first described in the 1930s, and the first VR system was built in the late 1960s. Its boom time came in the 1990s with companies like Sega and Nintendo started developing consumer level VR gaming products. However after a boom, there is often a bust. And that is what happened to VR. Sega’s product was never release, and Nintendo’s Virtual Boy was a commercial failure.

Since then very little has happened at a consumer level. The reasons for VRs failures in the 1990s were not only to do with computing power. Think back to the size and design of laptops and mobile phones in that era. To make VR headsets truly useful the technology in terms of miniaturization, displays, materials and computing power needed to improve.

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After almost 20 years VR is now making a come back. In 2012 Palmer Luckey launched a Kickstarter campaign for an immersive virtual reality headset for video games. The Oculus Rift project aimed to raise $ 250,000, but actually raise $ 2.4 million.

In late 2013 John Carmack, famous for his 3D game series like Doom and Quake, joined Oculus. The Oculus Rift is designed to be connected and used with a PC, however Carmack helped Oculus develop a mobile version in collaboration with Samsung.

The Samsung Gear VR uses a smartphone which is clipped into a headset to create a VR platform. It is an untethered solution which means there are no wires connecting it to a PC or other computing device. The smartphone’s GPU is used to render the virtual world and the phone’s display is split in half for the images needed by the left and right eyes. The headset includes the head-tracking module from the Oculus Rift.

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The original Gear VR only worked with the Note 4, however Samsung recently released a new version to coincide with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S6. Both these Gear VR versions carry the title “Innovator Edition”, meaning that they are intended for early adopters and developers. However, during a recent keynote speech at GDC, John Carmack said that the Gear VR would become a true consumer level product this year and he hinted strongly that this would happen with the release of the Note 5.

The other two big players in the reinvigorated VR market are Sony and Microsoft. In 2014 Sony announced Project Morpheus a virtual reality headset for the PlayStation 4. The headset, which is reported to be able to do graphics are 120 frames per second (fps) is set to be released during 2016. Unlike Project Morpheus, Microsoft’s product, the HoloLens, is an untethered headset that will work with Windows 10. It is different from the Gear VR in that the HoloLens comes with its own built-in computing module and doesn’t use your smartphone. It is also different in that it doesn’t use a OLED display placed directly in front of the user’s eyes, but rather it uses transparent goggles with a form of projection/head-up display type system. This is where we cross the line between Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality (AR).

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Although VR and AR might look similar, because you need to wear a headset or some form of special goggles, they are in fact quite different and have different goals, and ultimately different consumer markets. Before leaving AR, I want to mention Epson’s Moverio Smart Glasses, unlike Google Glass, the Moverio Smart Glasses don’t try to be a normal pair of everyday glasses, they are instead designed for tasks that need AR. But like Google Glass, the Moverio glasses use Android!

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As we can see with the difference between the Oculus Rift and the Gear VR, today’s Virtual Reality market is split into two segments: tethered and untethered. The advantage of the tethered approach is that the processing power and the electrical power comes from a PC or console. These machines have high performance CPUs and GPUs, and don’t need to worry about battery life. However the disadvantage is that they are generally fixed to one room in your house. The advantage of untethered VR is that it is truly portable. Wherever you go, your VR headset can go with you. It also means it has a greater social impact. Although using a VR headset could be considered as anti-social if used in public, there is the aspect of sharing the VR experience within a group of friends. For example, the “WOW” factor when the headset is passed from one person to the other.

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It looks like both the tethered and untethered markets will grow and co-exist together. Ultimately there maybe some form of convergence as the headsets become more universal and can be driven by different devices.

And this is where Android has an important role to play. The Gear VR is an excellent example of what can be done using Android. Since Android is based on Linux, it is a full multitasking operating system. It is just as capable as performing VR task as any OS, from Windows to the bespoke operating systems found in consoles. Also, since it is a mobile operating system it is already optimized for untethered use cases.

The Gear VR isn’t the only Android VR solution. At the lower-end is Google Cardboard. Designed as a way to get people interested in VR, the Google headset is made from cardboard. This means it is cheap and you can get a headset for under $ 20. Of course, it isn’t the most ergonomic design in the world and it probably isn’t that comfortable for long periods. However, as a way into VR, Cardboard is great. Google currently has about 50 apps in its Featured Cardboard Apps section on the Play Store.

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Challenges

The challenges for untethered VR are different to those of tethered VR. For devices like the Oculus Rift the obstacles are more to do with getting games out into the market so that the headset will become a de facto standard for VR gaming. Of course, there are still technical issues, however a lot of the issues that plagued VR back in the 1990s have been overcome.

For untethered VR the challenges are quite different. First, the headset doesn’t have a mains power supply, everything needs to be battery based. That means that power consumption will always be a factor. Second, the current crop of untethered VR headsets like Google Cardboard and Gear VR rely on the screen built-in to your smartphone. This affects the picture quality, refresh rates and resolution.

Also with untethered headsets the GPU in the smartphone is being used to generate the virtual world. Although mobile GPUs are sophisticated bits of hardware, they aren’t up to the same quality and speed as the graphics cards we find in PCs. And that is normal, have you seen the size of the graphics card in your PC!

What this means is that VR headset makers are now pushing the boundaries for mobile graphics. VR developers are looking for greater frames per second and higher mobile GPU performance.

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The other challenge for VR is motion sickness. The failures of VR technology in the 1990s set back the VR industry by 20 years. If the current range of VR products fail to meet expectations then it could be another 20 years before anyone takes VR seriously again. And one major concern for VR OEMs is motion sickness. Your brain is an incredible thing and it isn’t easily fooled. When your inner ear detects motion but your eyes don’t see the same motion then you start to feel sick. You may have experienced it on a boat or in a car.

The same can occur when using VR headsets, and is sometimes referred to as “simulator sickness.” If your brain detects that you have moved your head but your eyes don’t see the same movement then some people can feel sick. Also some people feel sick when your eyes detect movement but there is no corresponding physical movement.

VR headsets makers like Oculus are very aware of this problem and are treating it seriously. In fact when the Gear VR hits the mainstream it will have its own app store, and apps which could cause motion sickness will be very clearly labelled.

Wrap-up

This is an exciting time for VR. There are some big names backing a new range of products, and the problems of the 1990s in terms of technology and pricing seem to have been solved. VR will also be a driving force behind new technology in terms of motion tracking, movement sensors, optics, display and mobile GPUs. The only downside that I can see is when the lawyers start getting involved and the different VR companies start suing each other for patent violations.

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Deal: Grab Monument Valley for 75% off, Icewind Dale for 60% off in the Play Store


Monument Valley

Need a few awesome games to help you get through the end of the week? At some point today, you might want to head over to the Play Store, where you can currently find the acclaimed puzzler Monument Valley and popular RPG Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition on sale at significant discounts.

Monument Valley recently made our list as one of the 70 best Android games available today, and during this sale, you can pick it up for just $ 0.99, which is 75% off the normal $ 3.99 price tag. Icewind Dale, which is also on our Best Games list, is normally sold for a hefty $ 9.99 but is currently on sale for 60% off at just $ 4.14. Additionally, the most recent Humble Bundle features Monument Valley, Joe Danger and a handful of other games for cheap, which is also a really great deal.

Head to the source links below to download these awesome games. Anybody taking advantage of these sales today?

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Lego Star Wars: the Complete Saga arrives to Google Play, KotOR slashed to $3


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The unofficial Star Wars holiday “May the Fourth” is almost here, and you can bet that means plenty Star Wars-related sales, app promos, and more in the near future. As far as Android is concerned, so far we are happy to report that Lego Star Wars: the Complete Saga has now landed on Google Play. Additionally, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic has received a price cut!

Starting with KotOR, the Bioware classic first arrived to Android at a price of $ 10, a little pricey considering the game was over a decade old. For those of you that have held off because of the price tag, you might be a bit more interested now that the price has dropped down to just $ 3!

Get it now on Google Play!

Moving on to the Lego Star Wars, the game is now available in the Play store for $ 7. While that’s more expensive than the typical $ 1 to $ 2 games that run wild on the Play store, it’s still a pretty fair price for all the content you get. As most of you are probably aware, the Lego Star Wars series takes you through the events of all six movies but with some Lego-inspired twists and changes along the way.

Arriving first in 2007, the series is a must have for Lego and Star Wars fans alike, featuring 36 story mode levels, over 120 characters, and support for both touchscreen and “classic” controls.

Get it now on Google Play!

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