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PUBG Mobile v0.9.0 Beta Apk – from Google Play Store | iTunes


PUBG Mobile is a version of the popular PUBG game available on computers. It is a first-person shooter where up to 100 people drop onto an island and fight until there is only one player left. There are weapons, armor, and other items players can find to help their chances of survival. In addition to having to be on the lookout for other users, there are “red-zones” that will appear on the map where bombs explode.

The edges of the map are constantly narrowing as well, meaning players have to keep moving towards the center and towards other people. Due to this factor, games only last around 20 minutes. PUBG Mobile is a gaming app that has a stable connectivity and decent graphics. Due to already having a strong following, this gaming application has already achieved ten million downloads and has a current player-base of around 7 million users. PUBG Mobile has already gone through a few updates that increased the number of game modes. There will be more to come.

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PUBG Mobile 0.9.0 Global Beta Update (How to Install) Halloween Theme, Night Mode !

PUBG Mobile 0.9.0 Beta update is now available and there are lots of new features. Starting from brand new Halloween Theme and FPP Driving Mode there are lots of new features and bug fixes in this beta release.

Here are the detailed Change Log for the PUBG Mobile 0.9.0 Global Beta.

  1. New menu screen and sub-menu backdrops.

New content

  1. New “challenge” arcade mode with no mini-map indicators, hit markers, aim assist, auto pick-up, or grenade cancelling. All other mechanics follow Classic mode. Challenge mode is for Erangel only.
  2. The new QBU Marksman Rifle replaces the Mini-14 on Sanhok, to which it is exclusive.

  1. New day and night dynamic cycle for classic mode. This weather is random; there will be new night vision masks in this weather.
  2. The Ronnie pickup truck is exclusive to Sanhok.
  3. First person driving and riding perspective has been added and the freelook has been optimized for this perspective.

  1. Vehicles now have radios which play random variations on the PUBG theme. This can be turned on or off in settings in the vehicle control tab.
  2. Boost items are now available in training grounds.

New settings

  1. New “movie” picture style, the player can set the selection in the screen, which will take effect in all maps.
  2. Peek and fire settings have been updated. You can now select whether to tap or hold to lean for walking and stationary individually. There is also an additional option which will allow tapping to toggle peeking but will also stop leaning when released if the button is held down.
  3. Vehicle radio music can be toggled under vehicle controls.
  4. New “quick change” scope button menu added. Tap to select any attachable optic for the currently equipped weapon, including optics already attached to other weapons.
  5. Control schemes can now be saved to the cloud and ported to other devices running the same account.
  6. Emulators now have a dedicated login option.

Balancing and Bugfixes

  1. Vehicle sounds have been improved and optimized.
  2. Limb damage has been slightly reduced.
  3. Characters should no longer enter sprint when fall great distances.
  4. Menu and results screen graphical bugs are fixed.
  5. Players should no longer take random fall damage when bumping into other players.
  6. The UAZ will no longer randomly hit and knock out drivers or passengers.
  7. The camera should no longer shake excessively when riding in the sidecar of the motorcycle.
  8. The backpack capacity indicator should now read correctly.
  9. Optimized connection issue resolutions.
  10. Other bug fixes.

WhatsApp Messenger v2.18.312 beta : APK for Android | iTunes


WhatsApp Messenger is a freeware and cross-platform messaging and Voice over IP (VoIP) service owned by Facebook. The application allows the sending of text messages and voice calls, as well as video calls, images and other media, documents, and user location. The application runs from a mobile device though it is also accessible from desktop computers; the service requires consumer users to provide a standard cellular mobile number. Originally users could only communicate with other users individually or in groups of individual users, but in September 2017 WhatsApp announced a forthcoming business platform which will enable companies to provide customer service to users at scale.

The client was created by WhatsApp Inc., based in Mountain View, California, which was acquired by Facebook in February 2014 for approximately US$19.3 billion. By February 2018, WhatsApp had a user base of over one and a half billion, making it the most popular messaging application at the time. WhatsApp has grown in multiple countries, including Brazil, India, and large parts of Europe, including United Kingdom and France

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WhatsApp’s new group video calling feature is now live

Back at Facebook’s F8 developer conference in May, WhatsApp announced that it would be bringing group calling with both voice and video support later on this year. Now, WhatsApp says the feature is live for users around the globe on iOS and Android starting today. The group calling feature supports up to four people simultaneously, regardless of where those people are.

The company says it engineered the feature to work under less-than-stellar network conditions, so you can video chat a friend or family member from a far-flung locale so long as you can get yourself online. Calls are also end-to-end encrypted, like all chats on the platform.

Earlier this year, WhatsApp announced that it has 1.5 billion monthly active users, so there’s probably quite a few people who are itching to try the new group calling feature out. WhatsApp first launched video chatting in 2016 and voice calling way back in 2014, and now its users spend a total of 2 billion minutes per day talking on the phone.

Google Play Store v12.1.18 : APK for Android


Google Play is a digital distribution service operated and developed by Google. It serves as the official app store for the Android operating system, allowing users to browse and download applications developed with the Android software development kit (SDK) and published through Google. Google Play also serves as a digital media store, offering music, magazines, books, movies, and television programs. It previously offered Google hardware devices for purchase until the introduction of a separate online hardware retailer, Google Store, on March 11, 2015.

Applications are available through Google Play either free of charge or at a cost. They can be downloaded directly on an Android device through the Play Store mobile app or by deploying the application to a device from the Google Play website. Applications exploiting hardware capabilities of a device can be targeted to users of devices with specific hardware components, such as a motion sensor (for motion-dependent games) or a front-facing camera (for online video calling). The Google Play store had over 82 billion app downloads in 2016 and has reached over 3.5 million apps published in 2017. It has been the subject of multiple issues concerning security, in which malicious software has been approved and uploaded to the store and downloaded by users, with varying degrees of severity.

Google Play was launched on March 6, 2012, bringing together the Android Market, Google Music, and the Google eBookstore under one brand, marking a shift in Google’s digital distribution strategy. The services operating under the Google Play banner are: Google Play Books, Google Play Games, Google Play Movies & TV, Google Play Music, Google News (formerly Google Play Newsstand), and Google Play Console. Following their re-branding, Google has gradually expanded the geographical support for each of the services.

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Google Play services v14.3.67 : APK for Android


Google Play services is used to update Google apps and apps from Google Play.
This component provides core functionality like authentication to your Google services, synchronized contacts, access to all the latest user privacy settings, and higher quality, lower-powered location based services.
Google Play services also enhances your app experience. It speeds up offline searches, provides more immersive maps, and improves gaming experiences.
Apps may not work if you uninstall Google Play services.

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Fortnite v6.02.0 Apk + Obb Full + Mod All Devices


Fortnite is a 2017 online game developed by Epic Games, released as different software packages having different game modes that otherwise share the same general gameplay and game engine. The game modes include Fortnite: Save the World, a cooperative shooter-survival game for up to four players to fight off zombie-like husks and defend objects with fortifications they can build, and Fortnite Battle Royale, a free-to-play battle royale game where up to 100 players fight in increasingly-smaller spaces to be the last person standing. Both game modes were released in 2017 as early access titles; Save the World is available only for Microsoft Windows, macOS, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, while Battle Royale has been released for those platforms, Nintendo Switch, and iOSand Android devices.

While both games have been successful for Epic Games, Fortnite Battle Royale became a resounding success, drawing in more than 125 million players in less than a year, and earning hundreds of millions of dollars per month, and since has been a cultural phenomenon.

Fortnite 6.02.0 Apk + Obb Full + Mod All Devices

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Fortnite Battle Royale 6.02.0 Apk Mod + Data OBB full + Mod For All Devices  latest Version is a Action Android game

Fortnite Battle Royale is the completely free 100-player PvP mode in Fortnite. One giant map. A battle bus. Fortnite building skills and destructible environments combined with intense PvP combat. The last one standing wins. Download now for FREE and jump into the action. This download also gives you a path to purchase the Save the World co-op PvE campaign during Fortnite’s Early Access season, or instant access if you received a Friend invite.

Install Instruction :

  1. nstall APK on your android device.
  2. unzip data and copy com.epicgames.fortnite folder into android / data (internal storage)
  3. Enter the game And enjoy
  4. Remember DLandroid 🙂

This game work only on powerful devices with ARM64 processor like below devices:

Samsung Galaxy: S7 / S7 Edge, S8 / S8+, S9 / S9+, Note 8, Note 9, Tab S3, Tab S4

Google: Pixel / Pixel XL, Pixel 2 / Pixel 2 XL,

Asus: ROG Phone, Zenfone 4 Pro, 5Z, V

Essential: PH-1

Huawei: Honor 10, Honor Play, Mate 10 / Pro, Mate RS, Nova 3, P20 / Pro, V10 LG: G5, G6, G7 ThinQ, V20, V30 / V30+

Nokia: 8

OnePlus: 5 / 5T, 6

Razer: all Phone

Xiaomi: Blackshark, Mi 5 / 5S / 5S Plus, 6 / 6 Plus, Mi 8 / 8 Explorer / 8SE, Mi Mix, Mi Mix 2, Mi Mix 2S, Mi Note 2 ZTE: Axon 7 / 7s, Axon M, Nubia / Z17 / Z17s, Nubia Z11

Google Camera v6.1.009.215420794 : APK for Android


Google Camera is available on play store, so why we have listed it here?

It is because when you install Google Camera on any device other than Nexus or Pixel line, you will not get HDR+ mode. This is because Google made this feature limited to their own devices for now.

HDR+ is an image processing technique which takes multiple photos with different exposure and then combines them for the best possible result. It is far better than normal HDR mode and that is why photos on Google Pixel comes out amazing. So how to get this exclusive feature on your Android device?

The answer is modded Google Camera app. For now, this app is only supported on Qualcomm Snapdragon 820,821,835 and later chipset with Hexagon. The developer is trying to make this possible on every device and then the front camera will also have HDR+ in future.

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[Update: Google Camera 6.1] Pixel 3 camera adds AI-powered Top Shot, Night Sight, Google Lens

As we detailed hours before, the camera is a major focus of this year’s Made by Google flagships. In addition to a redesigned Google Camera 6.1 that includes real-time Google Lens suggestions, the latest Google Pixel 3 camera is gaining several AI-powered features.

Google Camera redesign

Google Camera has been redesigned in version 6.1 with tabs so that users can swipe between the various modes for quicker access. Controls for the timer, Motion, white balance, and flash are still located in the top app bar.

To the left of the main Camera view is Portrait and Panorama, while Video is to the right. A “More” tab houses other actions that were previously in the navigation drawer, including Photo Sphere, Slow Motion, and Lens, while a button to open Settings is also here.

There are also a number of Google Material Theme tweaks from new icons, and a zoom slider that is more apparent. Previously, users could double tap or pinch to bring up the slider at the bottom of the screen, but users can now click an icon in the bottom-right corner to reveal a five-step slider.

Google Lens

Launched at I/O 2018, real-time Google Lens results are powered by on-device machine learning and Cloud TPUs that work to identify billions of words, phrases, places, and things “in a split second.”

On the Pixel 3, just opening the Google Camera app and pointing your phone at an object will surface various actions you can take. For example, Lens will identify an email in a business card and pop up a suggestion pill at the bottom of the screen to open Gmail and compose a message with that address already populated. Users can disable “Google Lens suggestions” in settings.

Top Shot

With “Top Shot,” Google AI works to take frames before and after you press the shutter button. Similar in principle to Motion Photos, machine learning is leveraged to select the best shots that feature smiles, open eyes, and when subjects are looking at the camera.

These shots are then saved with increased resolution and HDR. While the image is in higher quality, it is not the full quality that would be saved if users captured that actual frame with the shutter.

The unimportant parts of an image are reduced to approximately 3-megapixels, while the most important are preserved with HDR+ colors.


The Pixel 3 features a new “Photobooth” mode that is effectively last year’s standalone Google Clips hardware. Like with Top Shot, AI is again used to capture candid moments like smiles, winking, and stuck out tongues, as well as other interesting moments. More impressively, users can just set aside the Pixel 3 to capture images just like Clips.

Super Res Zoom

Super Res Zoom on the Pixel 3 takes a burst of shots that take advantage of the different tiny movements of your hand. Those variants are than run though an algorithm to create a zoomed in shot with detail that users can frame anyway they want. This computational photography technique is traditionally used in astronomy and scientific imaging.

Night Sight

This feature is aimed at allowing Pixel 3 users to take a picture without a flash and is coming next month. Flash makes for unnatural-looking photos with uneven exposures and shadows. Machine learning chooses the right colors based on the content of the images.

Group Selfie

Given the presence of an 8-megapixel wide-angle front-facing lens, users can adjust between three levels of zoom with a slider above the shutter button. The second front camera allows for 184% more room — compared to the iPhone XS — in your photo for details, scenery, and of course people.

Motion Auto Focus

Tapping on a subject in the viewfinder will allow the Pixel 3 camera to keep track of the in-motion objects, either due to their movement or you adjusting to frame the shot. The selected, locked subject will be marked by a white circle.

Portrait Mode upgrades

Available on both cameras, users can now change background blurriness and focus at any time, even after taking the shot. With Google Photos, users can make only the subject appear in color, while changing the background to black and white. Face retouching in Portrait and — in the general front-facing camera — can also be set to Natural, Soft, or entirely disabled.

RAW files

The Google Camera includes a new option to save RAW files in addition to JPEG. This “RAW+JPEG control” can be toggled in the Advanced menu, with the DNG file saved in a separate device collection that can be quickly accessed via a “View RAW folder” shortcut. It gives professional photographers more options, especially when editing.

Your Phone Companion v3.3.2 APK – from Google Play Store | Windows Store


To be frank, Your Phone brings a level of synergy with Android phones that Windows 10 never really had with Windows 10 Mobile in the first place. Windows 10 users have been requesting for years a simple solution for sending and receiving text messages from their PC, and Microsoft finally delivered. Your Phone is still a work in progress, and it doesn’t support MMS messages or phone calls for now, but the openess of Android will hopefully allow Microsoft to bring even more useful features to Your Phone.

Do you think Your Phone is Windows 10’s new killer app, and would you say that it was well worth the wait? Let us know below.

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Command & Conquer Rivals v1.1.2 beta APK – from Google Play Store


*Command & Conquer: Rivals is currently in development and playable as a pre-alpha. During the pre-alpha players may experience technical issues. The pre-alpha is not representative of final software*
Lead your army to victory in The War for Tiberium with Command & Conquer™: Rivals, a competitive real-time strategy game on mobile! Battle to dominate your enemy with Commanders from the Global Defense Initiative and Brotherhood of Nod. Customize your army with a unique commander, infantry units, and vehicles. Conquer opponents in one-on-one battles and strategically direct your forces to earn every victory. In this war, control is power.

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Command & Conquer: Rivals is no substitute for the real thing

When EA announced Command & Conquer: Rivals for mobile devices, it didn’t exactly get the warmest reception. It’s been eight years since the last proper entry in the series and that game, Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight, didn’t exactly set the PC world on fire. During the late ’90s, Command & Conquer was one of just a few PC games I played with any sort of regularity and I recall many late nights spent at war with friends in Red Alert – Retaliation. But since the property was purchased by EA, and the developer dissolved, I haven’t had much reason to return to the franchise. With this new app, the sentiment remains the same.

Available now in Early Access for Android in the US and Canada (and on iOS/Android in Brazil), Command & Conquer: Rivals is an online multiplayer strategy game where two players face off for control of checkpoints on a hexagonal battlefield. The checkpoints control the nuclear warhead. As players occupy these points, the meter on the missile fills, firing on whichever color player isn’t currently in control. If too many checkpoints are in contention, they glow yellow and the missile launch is called off until one player’s troops are eliminated. First player to strike their opponent with two missiles wins.

Staples of the Command & Conquer series are adequately woven into the gameplay. There is tiberium to be farmed and player bases can build a barracks, war factory, helipad, and tech lab to produce more units for battle. Farming tiberium is done automatically as it’s the currency on which everything in the game runs. Helipads aren’t unlocked until a player reaches level 5 and you won’t be able to access Nod forces until level 4. Commanders with GDI and Nod have special talents they bring to battle, such as the ability to set up a turret or drones that can heal your forces on the battlefield.

The battles here are fairly quick and units employ a rock-paper-scissors strategy in combat. Having the right troop in the right position can do much to change the tide of battle, but it’s also incredibly easy to get steamrolled or annihilate an opponent who comes at you with a shitty strategy. Just ask the player I whooped before writing this. Unit movement is often too slow to for last-minute saves

It has the look and the namesake of the Command & Conquer franchises, but for all intent and purposes, Rivals is just another Clash Royale derivative that fails to bring any new or exciting ideas to the genre. It lacks the unique battlefields and incredible production value of something like Titanfall Assault and the lootbox system has, up to this point, been resoundingly stingy. Obviously, games get better over time, but there are many more similar titles that are quite good right this second. Command & Conquer: Rivals isn’t outright awful, but for the thousands of fans who have been waiting for a proper return to the series, it’s certainly not enough.

Pokemon Go v0.119.4 APK – from Google Play Store | iTunes


Pokemon Go is an augmented reality game that has users walking to important locations to find and catch Pokemon, battle over gyms, and restock their items at Pokestops. Players can form their own team, power them up, and even battle other users.

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Pokémon GO gets ‘Lucky’ Pokémon obtainable only by trading

Pokémon GO just got a little surprise update, complete with a curious new feature: “Lucky” Pokémon.

Most things in Pokémon GO are adapted from things that already exist in the Pokémon universe. Items like incense, lucky eggs and the like all exist in the main Pokémon series (though what these items actually do tends to be a bit different in GO).

Lucky Pokémon, as far as I know, is a new concept altogether.

So what are they? And how are they different from existing Shiny Pokémon?

Shiny Pokémon are rare variations of existing Pokémon with colors that differ from the standard. You might tap on your 398th Dratini, for example, only to find that it’s bright pink instead of the standard blue. You might randomly tap a Minun to find that it has green ears instead of blue, or an Aron with red eyes instead of blue. It’s a fun way to keep players tapping on Pokémon even after their Pokédex is technically complete. The differences are only skin deep, though; beyond the visual shift, Shiny Pokémon are generally functionally the same as their non-shiny version.

The new “Lucky” Pokémon, meanwhile, don’t look much different (save for a sparkly background when you look at them in your collection). They do, however, have a little functional advantage: powering them up requires less stardust. In other words, you’ll be able to make them stronger faster and with less work.

How do you get ’em? By trading. While folks are still working out the exact mechanics, it looks like non-Lucky Pokémon have a chance to become Lucky Pokémon when traded from one player to another. According to Niantic, the odds of a Pokémon becoming “lucky” after a trade increase based on how long ago it was originally caught.

And for the collectors out there: yes, for better or worse, “Lucky” Pokémon are now a category in the Pokédex. Niantic just added trading to Pokémon GO a month ago, and this is a clever way to get players to care about trading even after they’ve already caught everything there is to catch.

This update also brings a few other small changes, mostly just polishing up the way the friend/trading system works:

  • You can now give friends nicknames. That’s super useful for remembering who is who, or for remembering that you added PikaFan87 because they promised to trade you a Kangaskhan
  • You now get a bit of XP for sending gifts
  • Gifts can now contain stardust
  • You can now delete gifts from your inventory

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Hacker to Live-Stream Attack on Zuckerberg’s Facebook Page


An indie Taiwanese hacker said he will not proceed with a plan to take down Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page and broadcast it live this Sunday.

Self-professed bug bounty-hunter Chang Chi-yuan, who ferrets out software flaws in return for cash, said on Facebook this week that he would live-stream an endeavor to delete the billionaire’s account at 6 p.m. local time from his own Facebook page.

But the lanky youngster, who turns 24 this year based on past interviews, said he’ll refrain from doing so after receiving global attention following his announcement, which was reported by Bloomberg News earlier Friday.

“I am canceling my live feed, I have reported the bug to Facebook and I will show proof when I get bounty from Facebook,” Chang, who has more than 26,000 followers on Facebook, told Bloomberg News.

In post on his Facebook page Friday, Chang said he’s canceling the attack on the Facebook chief executive and broadcast to avoid unnecessary trouble.

“There will still be a lot of people questioning my ability even after I find many bugs and earn a copious amount of bounty, and I shouldn’t try to prove myself by toying with Zuck’s account,” he wrote.

Facebook Inc., which like many Silicon Valley giants runs a thriving bug-bounty program, didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment outside business hours. The social media company is under the gun on a host of issues from privacy to its handling of election interference and hate speech, and can ill-afford trouble with basic cybersecurity.

“I don’t want to be a proper hacker, and I don’t even want to be a hacker at all,” Chang said in a recent post. “I’m just bored and try to dabble so that I can earn some money.”