By: Bonnie Christian
All the way back in January Don’t Starve: Shipwrecked was released on iOS, but all of us Android users were left wondering when Klei Entertainment would release this single-player expansion on the Play Store. Well, it would appear that today is the day… sort of. You see, it’s a public beta release, but the key word here is public. So that means we are all free to pay the asking price of $ 3.99 today in order to explore its all new seafaring world.
Public beta of ‘Don’t Starve: Shipwrecked’ is live on the Play Store was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Going by last year’s timing, we can probably expect this year’s Pixel phones sometime next month. Likely in preparation for the launch, Google has uploaded a new ‘Data Transfer Tool’ app to the Play Store, which appears to be a system app for the next Pixel phones.
As you may know, stock Android already has a basic migration tool, which can transfer some data and apps from an old Android device to a new one.
Google’s new ‘Data Transfer Tool’ shows up in the Play Store, likely a Pixel 2 system app was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
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