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<p>Google has revealed that it is reviewing all Android apps submitted to its Play store before they're published. In fact, it's been doing it for several months already.</p><p>A combination of automated tools and a panel of experts are being used to approve Android apps before they go live. The apps are reviewed based on Google's developer policies.</p><p>The reason this hasn't been widely reported before is due to there being no noticeable difference with the new app review process being introduced.</p><p>Unlike Apple's review process for its own App Store, there's hardly any delay between an app being submitted and it going live on Google Play.</p><p>There certainly hasn't been enough of a change that developers have complained about it. They probably haven't even noticed it.</p><p>To go along with this new reviewing process, Google says that it has become more transparent so developers know what terms their app violates upon rejection.</p><p>"Developers now have more insight into why apps are rejected or suspended, and they can easily fix and resubmit their apps for minor policy violations," Google wrote in a blog post.</p><p>Google has also introduced a new age-based rating system for all Android apps.</p><p>Developers can now fill out a questionnaire to help classify their app's content for different countries.</p><p>For now, any app without a rating is listed as "Unrated," and may become unavailable in certain countries. But, come May, any app without an age-rating will not be published on Google Play.</p>The Verge...

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<p>A trio of game development gurus recently came together in Yorkshire to form a brand new indie studio called Fierce Kaiju, bringing with them a wealth of experience from titles like Grand Theft Auto, Red Dead Redemption and Call of Duty.</p><p>Their launch game, however, is quite different from the AAA titles these guys helped build. They're aiming straight for the new frontier in smartphone gaming with a minimalist, sporty shooter for the Samsung Gear VR.</p>Going Viral<p>A computer system has been infected in 3D virtual reality game Viral, and it's your happy task to stop it.</p><p>The game interprets the virus as boxy figures to be taken out with careful aim. Fierce Kaiju promises an intuitive VR control system coupled with physics-based gameplay as you fight your way through the computer core.</p><p>The team is hoping to release Viral before 2014 is out, which means it could yet prove to be a launch title for Samsung's anticipated face case, the Gear VR. Whether it'll also be available for the slew of other smartphone-driven VR headsets that are spilling out onto the market is yet to be confirmed, but there's probably little reason why it wouldn't work on those, too.</p><p>Watch this space.</p>...

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