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Disney Interactive has announced a game-changing update for its Disney Infinity: Toy Box app on iOS, giving gamers access to a fully playable version of Disney Infinity’s Toy Box mode, and the ability to add new toys to their Toy Boxes without connecting to the console version of the game. The app now includes waves one and two of the platform’s power discs, a group of pre-made adventures, and all of the Mastery Tutorials found in the console and PC title.
Iddiction has announced the launch of its Xplode app discovery platform on iOS, aimed at helping developers connect and cross-promote apps to drive free installs. The platform adds a widget to mobile apps and games, providing a catalog view of connected mobile apps, and allowing users to learn more about those apps without heading to the store.
User acquisition and marketing company Fiksu has unveiled two new indexes, aimed at helping marketers analyze mobile app advertising and user engagement. The company’s newest indexes measure the Cost per Install of mobile applications on iOS and Android, as well as the Cost per App Launch on both platforms.
Glu Mobile has announced the launch of Frontline Commando 2 on iOS and Android. The third installment in the franchise, Frontline Commando 2 sees players creating a squad and taking them into battle as a member of the Eclipse fighting team. While players start the game alone, they’ll eventually unlock additional squad members, including commanders, shotgunners and snipers.
Sprinkle developer Mediocre has announced the release of its newest game on iOS and Android devices, Smash Hit. The survival game challenges players to break as many types and pieces of glass as possible to progress, and offers 50 rooms and 11 different art styles at launch. Each room connects to the next, allowing players to complete as many rooms as they can before running out of shots.
Squerb, creator of the multi-dimensional opinion graph, has announced the launch of its public beta on the web, and the development of apps for iOS and Android. The platform allows users to share their opinions on a variety of topics, from movies and celebrities to large corporations, restaurants and much more. Instead of relying solely on “Like” buttons or 1-5 star review scores, the Squerb platform aims to combine all opinions and comments into a single visual graph.
File-transfer service WeTransfer has announced the launch of its iOS app, designed to allow users to send images or videos from their device’s camera roll to other platforms. The app allows users to send up to 10GB of images or videos, sending content over 3G or 4G networks, as well as over Wi-Fi. Users can send as many files as they’d like at a time, up to the limit, and can purchase access to cloud storage for accessing content later via the web.
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