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Grand Theft Auto 5 iFruit app available on select Android devices

29 Oct

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Rockstar Games has finally fulfilled its promise of bringing Grand Theft Auto 5’s iFruit companion app to Android. Over a month after the game’s launch and the app’s iOS availability, you can trick out your ride or train Franklin’s dog from your handset running Mountain View’s OS. Our Nexus 4 phones and Nexus 7 tablets ran the app just fine, but there are reports of quite a few incompatible devices. Sound off in the comments if your device is compatible, we want to know. While you might be done with the game’s story mode by now, at least you can have a custom license plate ready for GTA Online’s first stimulus package. Better late than never, right?  by engadget

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Posted by on 29/10/2013 in IT

 

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