Today's DroidGamers Deal is actually a triple feature, with three bundles available and all of which are different and can be obtained for as little as nothing. Can't really beat the price of free right? Depending on what your interest is, or that of the person you're buying these for Christmas, these are all pretty neat bundles.
Recently Google added the ability to stream app and game demos from Google Play that developers can use to show off a game or app online via a browser. Now Google is taking advantage of this feature themselves by offering up that feature within Google Ads themselves.
Nvidia's Android Shield TV, and their tablet for that matter, already had built-in streaming capabilities to Twitch. However, as of today, owners of the Shield Android TV unit can also watch live boardcasts and anything else available on the Twitch streaming platform.
If you happen to own a Samsung Gear VR headset, tomorrow you will have a new tools at your disposal that will let you do a lot more with your VR headset than just playing games and using applications designed for the Gear VR. The company is calling it the 'Samsung Internet for Gear VR'.
If you didn't manage to spend all of your money over the past couple of days, whether it be on Black Friday itself or the days surrounding it with all the sales, today begins the online version of Black Friday called Cyber Monday. To start off our Cyber Monday coverage, Google has put up a massive sale on Google Play across all categories. Technically this sale started Saturday but the real bulk of it appears today.
Today's DroidGamers Deal is our second Pay What You Want type of bundles, this time for a bundle to teach you coding for a variety of different platforms, all based around web coding though. Just like our first bundle, this one also helps support Project HOPE, with part of the proceeds from each sale going to this charity.
Android developers within certain countries now have the option to set the price of their apps and in-game purchases to a lower amount than before. This new change is now available within the following countries: Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Hungary, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Phillippines, Poland, Peru, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, and Vietnam.
In other EA and Star Wars news, EA has decided to release a new Star Wars Battlefront companion app which has plenty of features that one would expect from an app of this nature, as well as a new mini-game you game play called Base Command. Users will be able to earn in-game credits that can be used to unlock Star Cards, blasters, and more in the actual Star Wars Battlefront game.
We don't usually post about carrier announcements and such unless it is about a new device or something along those lines. However moments ago T-Mobile made an announcement that is actually pretty impressive. The company has announced that they will begin offering unlimited video streaming on their network for free, and have already included 24 of the most popular video streaming platforms already.
Twitch has increased the security for accounts on the live streaming service by adding Two-Factor Authentication now. If you use Battle.net, and even Steam, you should be familiar with how this works. In case you don't know though, essentially this means your Twitch account now requires two different methods of verification to log in.
If you have been following this site for any length of time then you have probably seen us talking about VPNs at one point or another. While they can be handle for having a secure connection to do things like banking and whatnot, we've talked about using them to gain access to games on Google Play that are not available in our area.