These are the best apps and games that came out this week.
Google is finally rolling out the Android Pay service in the US. The new Android Pay app will replace the existing Google Wallet app on your device. Android Pay works pretty much the same way Google Wallet does currently, except it only works with select banks for now. With Android Pay, those with compatible devices NFC, Android 4.4 and above) will be able to make payments by touching their devices to the tap and pay ready machines at supported retail outlets. The service is limited to the US for now.
Paper on iOS has received its biggest update yet in version 3.0. The app now allows you to create notes, and you can just swipe on items to add check lists or bullet points. The app also allows drawing on photos, and there are also new tools available create diagrams. The app also supports exporting to PDF, Keynote, and PowerPoint. The homescreen has been designed with a new layout for all your drawings and notes. Lastly, there is now an iPhone app, so you can start or continue your work on the small screen too.
Nibblers is a fruit-matching game (yes, it’s a genre now) from Rovio. The game is quite similar to Candy Crush Saga, but with different characters and visuals. If you enjoy this sort of game then Nibblers should be right up your alley.
Slow Down is a simple 3D action game where you press on the screen to slow down the bouncing ball. Your objective is to keep moving forward as long as you can without crashing into something.