gamefanatics
gamefanatics:

Android Vs Apple, Both Companies Fighting for App Exclusives 
For as long as we can remember companies like Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft have been using game exclusivity to sell their consoles. While it isn’t unheard of for Android and Apple to leverage things like say… digital store space (ie. a nice visible spot in their app store) for temporary exclusivity; we’re wondering if this is going to be a top tier priority going forward, and what that means for mobile gamers.
Read more on The Game Fanatics

gamefanatics:

Android Vs Apple, Both Companies Fighting for App Exclusives

For as long as we can remember companies like Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft have been using game exclusivity to sell their consoles. While it isn’t unheard of for Android and Apple to leverage things like say… digital store space (ie. a nice visible spot in their app store) for temporary exclusivity; we’re wondering if this is going to be a top tier priority going forward, and what that means for mobile gamers.

Read more on The Game Fanatics

Anonymous asked:

hi, i'm just curious because i know due to the recent heartbleed bug that everyone is making sure to log out after using a site. but does this also apply to phone applications, because i have twitter, instagram and youtube on my phone and logging in and out can be quite troublesome. what's your advice?

Hi Anon,

To be honest once a website has updated there security it does not matter if you stayed logged in or not.  So you can stay log in and you wont have any issues.  People are just panicking about this bug but to be honest most websites have resolved this issue so you don’t need to worry.

I hope this helps answer your question :).

— Tech God