Apple and Google are reportedly cracking down on apps that are simply clones of recently-deleted mobile gaming phenomenon Flappy Bird.
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Out goes Flappy Bird in comes Splashy Fish. It's time for the clones.
Flappy Bird has flapped its last. It is an ex-bird.
In 2014, The Guardian’s regular roundup of the best Android apps and games is going monthly, although the emphasis remains on highlighting the most useful, innovative and/or fun apps released for Android smartphones and tablets.
The GameCity prize for 2013 has gone to SpaceTeam, a smartphone title described by its creators as, "a co-operative shouting game."
Basic Android software may be free, but it doesn’t include the apps that make up Google’s mobile services