Appy Gamer launches across iOS and Android devices

Remember when we mysteriously recommended you sign up for a mystery reveal? Well, we can today share why!

Mobiles Republic, a leading publisher of applications for smartphones, tablets and connected devices, has today announced that Appy Gamer is available to download entirely free of charge across iPhone, iPad, Android smartphone and Android tablet devices.

The greatest news is that we’re incredibly proud to be a part of the service it provides, delivering over a thousand gaming related articles to you every day from leading games news sources that also include CVG, Eurogamer, Slide To Play, T3, Edge, and PC Gamer.

“The amount of news surrounding the games industry is truly astounding and readers have continued to show an increasing appetite for its consumption,” said Gilles Raymond, CEO of Mobiles Republic. “Appy Gamer aims to provide an unrivaled view of all aspects of the gaming world, putting this news directly into peoples’ hands via their smartphone or tablet.”

Those that use Appy Gamer will be able to create their own personalised channels, which filter news related to their topic of choice – Nintendo, for instance!

These can then be shared with friends through email, Twitter or Facebook, with users able to further research stories by using using the TagNav™ Word Cloud feature to bring up related topics and articles, YouTube links and Wikipedia entries.

You can also receive custom alerts that allow the application to notify you when news is shared regarding your chosen topic.

Appy Gammer is available in eight regional editions, including the United Kingdom, United States, Germany, Italy, France, Spain, Latin America and International, and can be downloaded through the “News” section of Apple’s AppStore and Google Play.

For more information, please view Appy Gamer’s official website.

Direct download links are as follows:
* iPhone
* iPad
* Android smartphone
* Android tablet

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After starting out with a Yellow Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Alex once hid in his room to play The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time one Christmas. Now he shares his thoughts on Nintendo Insider, keeping track of everything to do with Nintendo.

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