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Beauty Idol and Superstar Fashion Girl now available on Google Play

Show the world that you have what it takes to be a superstar in the realm of fashion, entertainment and glamour in Animoca’s two latest releases. Showcase your talents in singing, dancing, acting and modeling in Superstar Fashion Girl and Beauty Idol 【ビューティー アイドル】!

Beauty Idol 【ビューティー アイドル】

Reach for your dreams and become the number one Japanese idol in Beauty Idol 【ビューティー アイドル】, a cute anime and manga inspired fashion RPG.

Move to the city and show the world that you have what it takes to be the next Magical Pop Idol. Sing, act and model your way to success and achieve top idol status. Go on photo shoots and grace the covers of famous fashion and lifestyle magazines. Hang out with your celebrity girls and boyfriends. Go out on dates with the hottest guys in town to find your perfect match. The possibilities are endless for an up-and-coming idol star like you.

Live the life of a pop idol! Get Beauty Idol now, FREE!

English

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Japanese

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Superstar Fashion Girl

Enter the world of glitz and glamour in Superstar Fashion Girl, a trendy social simulation and dress-up game, in full 3D.

Work as a virtual singer, dancer, sports celebrity and model in the pursuit of fame. A life of glamour, luxury, and style is yours! The road to superstardom is fileld with fabulous clothes, snazzy accessories, and glamorous hair, and hot boys!

Shine as the ultimate superstar! Get Superstar Fashion Girl now, FREE!

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Animoca Data: Intel Strikes Back, Grabs Nearly 10% of Google Play US Tablet New Users For Holiday Period

Although it dominates the PC industry, the chipmaker Intel has been relatively absent from smartphones and tablets in recent years. But, according to Animoca data for Google Play in the US, the Intel-powered Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 exploded from practically nothing on December 24, 2013, to nearly 10% of new Android tablet users by January 7, 2014, making it the #1 new Android tablet in the US during that period. Eighty-six percent of all those Tab 3 10.1 devices we counted were recorded on Christmas day, suggesting that the device was an especially popular gift this holiday season.

Most Android tablets are based on ARM architecture and built by companies like Samsung, Qualcomm, Nvidia, and Texas Instruments, but the Tab 3 10.1 contains an Intel Atom Z2560 system on a chip (SoC). Thanks to a partnership with Google, Intel evolved the Atom family of processors in netbooks into a class of modern mobile processors that today supports the Android operating system on Intel’s mature x86 architecture. Other Intel-inside Android mobile devices include the Acer Liquid C1, ASUS FonePad, Casper VIA A6108, Etisalat E-20, Lenovo K900, Motorola RAZR i, Prestigio MultiPhone 5430 and Safaricom Yolo.

The other two models in the Galaxy Tab 3 series, the Tab 3 8.0 and 7.0, did not perform as well as the Tab 3 10.1, despite being more attractively priced and despite having smaller form factors that in recent years have enjoyed considerable success. Samsung opted to equip each tablet in the Tab 3 series with different processors from different manufacturers; it’s not a decision we understand because we would normally expect core hardware similarities in a product series. Whatever the reason, it is the Intel-powered Galaxy Tab 3 which has been catapulted to the top of the tablet hill, and not the other two models.

Samsung’ older Tab 2 devices round off the top 3 slots, with the Google Nexus 7 coming in fourth. As we have come to expect in recent times, the Samsung Galaxy brand appears frequently in this list. Also worthy of mention is that we are seeing Walmart flex its muscles, with two tablets in the US Top 10 coming from the American retail giant—the Nextbook 8 HD and the RCA 7, both budget offerings. Aside from Google’s Nexus 7, Barnes & Noble’s Nook HD and the Walmart devices, this appears to have been a merry Christmas for Samsung tablets in general and Intel Atom in particular.

To obtain these results we sampled 2 million new unique Animoca users on Google Play US between December 24, 2013 and January 7, 2014 (tablets only). Note that our sample is limited to Google Play, therefore devices tied to other app stores (like Kindle devices, which use the Amazon Appstore) are excluded.

Disclosure: Intel Capital, the investment arm of Intel Corporation, is an investor in Animoca.

Top 10 tablets and their processors on Google Play US (new users) for Dec 24, 2013 – January 7, 2014 (Animoca Network)

Tablet Market Share Processor
Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 9.81 % Intel Atom Z2560
Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 5.12 % TI OMAP4430
Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 2.51 % TI OMAP4430
Google Nexus 7 2.15 % Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 ProAPQ8064–1AA
Nextbook 8 HD 2.13 % Amlogic ARM Cortex A9 Dual-Core
Nook HD 2.00 % Ti OMAP 4470
Galaxy Note 10.1 1.22 % Samsung Exynos 4412
Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 1.18 % Samsung Exynos 4212
Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 1.14 % Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 MSM8930AB
RCA 7 0.99 % Amlogic Single Core ARM Cortex-A9

 

 

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