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Welcome to version 449 of Android Apps Weekly. Here are last week's headlines:

  • Netflix will launch an ad-supported subscription tier on November 1st. Reports suggest that Netflix is ​​trying to compete with Disney Plus. Disney Plus, coincidentally, launched its ad-supported tier on December 8. We believe Netflix intends to charge between $7 and $9 for this tier. Click on the link for more information.
  • Last week, we polled our readers and asked if they prefer mobile payments. Most of you did. Over 60% of our readers have used the mobile payment platform in the past week, including 70% in the last month. Only 20% of our readers have never used a mobile payment platform before.
  • The Google Nearby Sharing feature was recently updated. This makes it easy to share this new feature with yourself. The context is when you share content from one Android device to another, but you own both devices. This will eliminate the need to manually approve transfers. However, this only works on devices you own. This should happen in the coming weeks.
  • Google is said to be testing a sleep monitoring feature for Android. The new feature detects snoring and coughing while the user is sleeping. This way, people can tell if they are sleeping well or if something is wrong. Common speculation is that it will be added to the Digital Wellbeing package. Click on the link for more information.
  • Tim Cook lit the RCS fire against iMessage this week. Apple CEO says users don't want to support RCS messages on iPhones. The reporter was asked to give their mothers an iPhone to solve the green bubble problem. Google Senior Vice President Hiroshi Lockheimer responded in a subsequent tweet. It was clear that this bull was still alive.
  • The legend of Neverland

    Price: Free to play

    The Legend of Neverland is a new MMORPG with a Japanese anime theme that is a fairly traditional mobile MMPRG. There is a huge world to explore, lots of quests to do, dungeons to do and bosses to conquer. She has one of the best character designers in the genre. There are also AFK items that help you get all the missions and other weapon stuff. You can even turn off the auto-battle if you want to. It's definitely not perfect, but it ticks a lot of the boxes.

    MJ PDF Reader


    MJ PDF Reader is truly a PDF reader. This software prioritizes ease of use and speed. It uses minimal interface and is generally easy to use. It has some decent features, like it can open PDF links from your web browser, and it remembers where you left off if you want to use it to read a book. It's open source, free to use, and a great addition to a space full of subscription options

    Infinite magic attack

    Price: Free to play

    Infinite Magicraid is a type of RPG. It is very similar to most games in terms of gameplay and premise. You summon and level up heroes and use them to complete story missions and boss battles. There are many waves that you used to see in story missions as you invade them with heroes from different disciplines. It feels like everything is thrown at you at the beginning of the game, so reading the first few chapters is like a walk in the park. But it is hoped that the audience for the free game will increase as the story progresses.

    FM Radio by OneStop Radio


    FM Radio is exactly what you think. It's an app that broadcasts radio over a data connection. You're listening live for a little old school fun. This application provides 65000 radio stations on AM and FM radio. Also, the quality is good and the streaming is stable as long as you have an internet connection. Obviously, since this is a live broadcast, there is no offline mode. Other than that, you may have to play with it at first, but it works well and is a great break from streaming music.

    Iron Marines attack

    Price: $4.99 with in-app purchases

    Iron Marine Invasions is the latest game from Ironhide Studios, the makers of awesome castle defense games. However, this is an RTS game. It is a continuous battle that helps to be fought as players progress in each level, they collect heroes to help them in the battle. The controls are very simple, so you should be able to jump in and play without too much trouble. It has 25 campaign missions, 70 side missions, eight heroes, 40 upgrades and more than 20 achievements. It's a premium game and we think the price is right. There is an additional in-app purchase to reduce grinding time if desired, but not required to complete the game.

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