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Image: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

Image: Killian Bell/Cult of Android.

Google has made a small amendment to its Play Store guidelines for developers, banning them from using customer testimonials in their app and game descriptions. The rule is designed to prevent the manipulation of ranking or relevancy by removing potentially irrelevant or misleading keywords or phrases.

The apps you buy for Nexus Player will have been approved by Google. Photo: Google

The apps you buy for Nexus Player will have been approved by Google. Photo: Google

Developers may be free to release (almost) whatever they like for Android, but with Android TV, things are going to be a little different. Google will screen and approve Android TV apps before publishing them in the Play Store to ensure a good experience for its users, according to its guidelines for developers.

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Today’s selection for our weekly Wednesday’s Must Have Game column is called World at Arms and originally launched for Android back in 2013. The title has since been named as one of the best action-based games on the market and just two months ago it surpassed 20,000,000 downloads with over 250,000 five-star ratings. Now that’s pretty impressive.

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Today’s App of the Week, Hello SMS, made its debut appearance on the Google Play Store back in 2013, and has been recognized as the most elegant, futuristic, fluid, user-friendly, streamlined and feature-packed third-party text messaging client ever since. So, consequently, we’ve decided to bring the application its very own review here on Cult of Android.

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Every Thursday we write about a particular accessory we’ve been using over the course the past week and today we’re focusing our attention on Jawbone’s latest fitness offering, the UP24, which hit the shelves earlier this year alongside the company’s revamped version of its Jambox audio system.

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