T-Mobile Tuesdays will include free movie rental, BOGO candy deal, and more next week

T-Mobile has already confirmed that the focus of November 28th will be #GivingTuesday, but that doesn’t mean that there won’t be some gifts for T-Mo customers to score as well. For the November 28th edition of T-Mobile Tuesdays, T-Mo customers can score a free movie rental from Vudu. Also coming on Tuesday is a BOGO deal on select Hershey’s candies and a BOGO deal on Snapple. Each T-Mobile customer will also receive … [read full article]

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‘Candy Crush’ Celebrates Its 5th Anniversary With Most Powerful Booster to Date

Today is a happy day for many mobile gamers. Why? Because it’s the 5th anniversary of one of the most popular and successful mobile games, Candy Crush Saga [Free], a game that has earned more than three billion downloads and has been in the App Store’s top 10 grossing apps for 16 quarters in a row. In other words, this is a game that has made a ton of money over the last five years. Here are some more crazy numbers for you. Candy Crush Saga has been downloaded over 2.7 billion times, over a trillion game rounds have been played, and every day approximately 72 thousand miles are swiped on the game. The highest score ever achieved is 1,999,259, 792 (definitely not by me), and the most popular time to play Candy Crush in the US is between 8pm and 10pm.

To celebrate the anniversary, Candy Crush Saga is giving players the most powerful booster to date, the Party Booster. Each player will get two free Party Boosters, and they can use them to remove all the candies from the board and damage each blocker once. And when the board settles, the booster releases a striped candy, wrapped candy, Colorbomb, and a fish, all of which explode immediately and help players progress. The party booster will be available to players on level 29 and above starting today. Happy birthday, Candy Crush Saga.


This hidden feature will stop you from playing Candy Crush at midnight

Are you addicted to your phone? Turning your phone screen grey might solve your problem. Google Design Ethicist Tristan Harris, says that enabling grayscale mode may help you cut down on your beloved smartphone time. The reasoning behind this strategy is that everything will look dull ー so you won’t be attracted to the vibrant colors fighting for your attention. Sorry Two Dots enthusiasts. iOS If you’re an owner of an iOS 10 device: Go to Settings > General > Accessibility Tap Display Accommodations > Color Filters Switch Color Filters Choose the Greyscale option Android If you’re running Android 7.1…

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What’s on TV: ‘Castlevania,’ ‘Snowfall,’ ‘Candy Crush’

It's a holiday week, but if you're up from people setting off fireworks early, you can check out six new comedy specials on Netflix Tuesday morning as part of The Standups, with Deon Cole, Beth Stelling, Nate Bargatze, Dan Soder, Nikki Glaser, and Fo…
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