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Best Video Game News Apps for Android

Video games are getting bigger and bigger by the year; not only on Android but also on countless other platforms. The best video game news apps for Android will help you keep up with the changes, the latest releases, and, of course, the controversies of the gaming world without having to navigate dozens of different websites and YouTube channels. And, if you’re a fan of a certain platform, they will help that you follow that particular platform with ease as well.

I follow video games religiously, especially during the E3 week to find out about any new games announced at the Expo. Of course I love to play them, but they are also one of my major sources of income, so following them is part of my job as well. However, with multiple games being announced and different expansions coming out all the time, it is quite hectic to follow everything.

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Thanks to a couple of great and easy to access videogame news apps for Android, I not only get updated with everything that’s happening around the gaming world but also the details right at the front. I’m sure that you’ll find these apps fast, easy to access, and fun to use than browsing different websites on your Android smartphone.

Note: the best videogame news apps for Android were tested on a Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Sony Xperia Z smartphones, the apps worked perfectly fine and no problems were faced during the testing. All of the apps will need an active Internet connection in order to display updated content.

1. IGN-Entertainment

I completely understand that a lot of gamers don’t trust IGN reviews. They are kind of notorious. However, they are the fastest and the widest gaming news network in the world. So, if you want information or game guides about some obscure title, there is a high chance that IGN has covered it in extensive detail.

At this point there are around 50 articles for one major game released on this app. If you want to learn more about Destiny 2 then the app will shower you with multiple different articles about that one game. The content is so detailed that it wouldn’t be a surprise to find articles dedicated to one particular gun in one particular videogame. So, if you crave content about your favorite videogame, then IGN is the place to go.

As for the interface, I found that playing videos on the app is cumbersome and takes a long while to load, I wouldn’t necessarily recommend watching videos. The app is great for reading, though.

Free Version

2. Gaming News, Videos & Reviews

Just as the name of the app is precise and to the point, the app itself is extremely fast and targeted towards your personal tastes.

The first thing the app will ask you to do is to make it your own. You’ll be presented with a checklist of different genres and platforms, and all you need to do is simply select the ones that interest you most. For example, if you are a PC gamer and don’t want to see anything exclusively about the PS4 , you can simply uncheck the PlayStation tab and you won’t see anything about the console.

The readability itself is quite easy on the eyes and the app uses a very familiar, Google endorsed tutorial style template that makes it very intuitive and instantly usable.

Free Version

Final Thoughts

These were a few great video game news apps for Android and I’m pretty sure that you will be happy with the selection I have collected here. As I said, Appy Gamer is a longtime favorite of mine, but all of these apps are great, so choose the apps (or apps) that best suit your personal tastes and you’re sure to be pleased.

So apart from playing the best racing games for Android or being immersed in the best RPG games for Android, what do you play on other platforms? Any favorite emulator apps? Let us know in the comment section!

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