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Download the big Pokemon Go Generation 2 update right now

Pokemon Go Generation 2 update

That didn't take long. As of Thursday evening on the East Coast, 80 new Pokemon from the Johto region are now available to catch in Pokemon Go. Niantic announced that new Pokemon would roll out soon on the app on Wednesday morning, but we didn't think that the team meant it would be ready within 48 hours.

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Jacob Siegal

February 16th

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Google Maps now lets you create and share lists of your favorite places

Google Maps: New feature

Google Maps is becoming a more social app this week as Google rolls out a new feature that allows users to create lists of places and share them with their friends. Originally introduced in an update for beta users last summer, the lists feature will make it easier to keep track of places you've been, places you want to visit and places you want your friends and family to check out when they head to a place you love.

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Jacob Siegal

February 14th

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5 games you should try if you’re a fan of Nintendo’s ‘Fire Emblem Heroes’

Games like Fire Emblem Heroes

Last week, Fire Emblem Heroes arrived on the iOS App Store and Android's Google Play. Not only is it Nintendo's latest mobile release, but it's also the latest in a long line of mobile titles known as "gacha" games. The trademark of a gacha game is that you have to "pull" characters from a virtual slot machine of sorts in order to put together a team that you can use to work your way through the game.

Gacha games often shower players with premium currency early on in order to get them hooked, but once they reach more difficult levels later in the game, they have to either grind and save up, or spend a few real-world dollars to pull more characters, hoping that they're more powerful than the ones they already own.

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Jacob Siegal

February 7th

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Use this ‘Fire Emblem Heroes’ cheat to get better heroes for your team

Fire Emblem Heroes cheat

Nintendo's latest mobile game, Fire Emblem Heroes, arrived on iOS and Android platforms this week. Unlike Super Mario Run, it's a true free-to-play game, which means that you can play through the entire game without spending a dime. Of course, if you are willing to spend a dime, you can unlock more of the game's dozens of heroes from Fire Emblem lore, which will make your team stronger and the game easier.

Sadly, whether you spend money or not, you can't control which heroes the game spits out when you spend "Orbs" -- a form of currency you can collect by completing missions or buying it outright. But rather than just accepting the heroes the game gives you, you can "reroll" and try again for a better payout.

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Jacob Siegal

February 4th

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How to download Nintendo’s ‘Fire Emblem Heroes’ on iOS and Android right now

Fire Emblem Heroes

It's only the second day of February, but 2017 has already been a huge year for Nintendo. The Wii U was finally put to rest, the Switch made a splash at its debut in Japan and now the company's new mobile game has started rolling out for iOS and Android. On Thursday morning, Fire Emblem Heroes began appearing on the App Store and Google Play in various countries, including Japan and New Zealand.

Unfortunately, the app hasn't made its way to the US quite yet, but hold tight -- it shouldn't be long now before the mobile version of the popular strategy series pops up on the US App Store and Google Play.

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Jacob Siegal

February 2nd

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Apple releases first iOS 10.3 beta with “Find My AirPods”

airpods The ultimate first world problem is finally solved. Apple just released the first beta of iOS 10.3 to developers. Among other changes, the beta includes a way to find your lost AirPods in the Find My iPhone app. As you know, Apple’s AirPods only have tiny W1 chips in each earbud. These chips only support Bluetooth — there’s no Wi-Fi, there’s no GPS and, of course… Read More

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Romain Dillet

January 24th

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‘The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth’ is finally available on the App Store

The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth

Nearly a year after being rejected by Apple, The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth successfully made its way to the App Store on Tuesday night. Rebirth is a remake of the original Binding of Isaac, which launched on PC in 2011. Although its subject matter has been the subject of controversy, the roguelike twin-stick shooter managed to find an audience, warranting a remaster for PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, Vita and 3DS in 2014.

And now, despite having made no changes to the game (according to creator Edmund McMillen), The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth finally made it through the approval process on the App Store this week.

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Jacob Siegal

January 12th

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iOS 10.3 might introduce an intriguing new ‘Theatre mode’

iOS 10.3 Rumors

Apple may have just released iOS 10.2 just a few weeks ago, but iOS 10.3 already appears to be looming on the horizon. In a pair of tweets sent out over the weekend -- which you might want to take with the requisite grain of salt -- noted leaker Sonny Dickson dropped some interesting tidbits about what seems like a very intriguing and forthcoming update to iOS 10.

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Yoni Heisler

January 1st

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How to play Super Mario Run all day long without killing your iPhone battery

Super Mario Run Tips

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, the most hotly anticipated mobile game of the season is finally here — Super Mario Run has been released for the iPhone and iPad. That's right, Nintendo's beloved Mario character has officially made his iOS debut. People have been clamoring for a Mario game on the iPhone pretty much since the iPhone was first released, and now they're dreams have finally come true... to an extent. Super Mario Run isn't a true Mario game where the player controls Mario's every move. Instead, it's a runner, which means Mario automatically runs across the screen on his own and the player has to tap the screen to make him jump.

It doesn't sound terribly exciting, but Nintendo actually did a great job with Super Mario Run (check out our Super Mario Run review for more). The game is so much fun, in fact, that it's going to be responsible for killing iPhone batteries across the world over the next few weeks. If you're already a Super Mario Run addict and you're worried about your iPhone making it through the day, don't worry because we'll tell you how to save as much battery life as possible while playing Nintendo's new game.

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Zach Epstein

December 16th

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Super Mario Run review: Nintendo’s seamless transition into mobile gaming

Super Mario Run review

More than anything, I'm still shocked that Nintendo nailed mobile gaming on its first try. While Super Mario Run is technically the second real smartphone app from the illustrious company (Miitomo came first), it's one of the most polished games I've ever played on a mobile device, and deeper than I expected.

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Jacob Siegal

December 15th

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