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Happy 4th of July, USA! Now is the perfect time to enjoy an extended weekend with your family, enjoying a barbecue and watching some fireworks. And while you are at it, how about some excellent app, games and accessories deals as well?

Below, we have done a quick roundup of all the latest apps and games on the Play Store that are available at discounted prices along with some handy accessories for your Android device.

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Its the beginning of July, which means its time for our monthly round-up of apps and games released last month. Even though we had possibly the biggest Android related event in June, quite a few major apps and games were released on the Play Store. Henceforth, we would also be including apps that receive major UI and usability updates in our roundups.

So, without further ado and wasting much words, scroll below to read about the best apps released on the Play Store in June.

After giving the world a glimpse at Android Wear back in March, Google has finally revealed its new OS meant for wearables. Android Wear, detailed Wednesday at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco, is a true OS for smartwatches that will offer many advanced features like synced notifications, the ability to control other devices around you and constant display of relevant information based on the wearer’s location.

Unless Apple surprises the world with the speedy release of its long-rumored iWatch, it looks like Android Wear smartwatches will win the race for wrist supremacy. In other words, they’ll be your first “iWatch.” Here’s what the Google-powered devices will offer.

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If you’ve been an Android user for a number of years — and you don’t mind spending money on good apps — then you might be surprised by how much cash you’ve spent on Google Play in total. Those tiny $2 purchases soon add up. So, how do you find our your total spend on Google Play content?

It’s easy with My Paid Apps, a free app that provides you with a list of all the apps, books, movies, music, and TV shows you’ve purchased from Google Play — and tells how much you’ve spent in total.

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Twitter advertisements promoting apps and games will now offer direct download links that make it easier and faster for users to obtain the titles that catch their eye.

Twitter teased the new feature several weeks ago and officially announced it today, but it has already been testing it with select companies, including Spotify, Deezer, and HotelTonight — so you may have already seen the new ads in your timeline.

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