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Post by Eorl @ 01:08pm 29/10/13 | 3 Comments
After being exclusive to Apply's iOS-orientated smartphones since the game's initial release, Rockstar has revealed that the Grand Theft Auto 5 smartphone app "iFruit" is now available on Android phones for your everyday needs.
How would we survive without apps? Apps can transform your mobile device into essential tools like a harmonica, disco ball or convincing moustache. Somewhere out there is the perfect storm of touchscreen technology to fix everything that’s wrong with your life. And maybe all you’re missing is the iFruit app. Maybe not. At least you’ll have something to keep you entertained while your significant other prattles on endlessly about their day.

iFruit hooks directly into your experience of Grand Theft Auto V with some fun activities to further postpone the need for real social interaction. Keep up-to-date on the latest Grand Theft Auto V news, log into the Rockstar Games Social Club, stay connected on LifeInvader and launch other Rockstar Games apps.
The app is available through Google's Play Store, and only supports those on Android 3.0+. Walking virtual dogs has never been so much fun.






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Mosfx
Posted 10:57pm 29/10/13
Finally! Although I've finished with GTA 5 for the moment.
BladeRunner
Posted 11:14pm 29/10/13
Apparently its not very compatible with a lot of phones. Not going to work for my galaxy S2. I bet they had some sort of deal with apple for timed exclusivity. Ive still not finished the single player, I have stalled playing it for the moment.
Tyoson
Posted 12:14am 30/10/13
Finaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllllllllllllllllllllyyyyyyyy. I need to get back into single player again. Xbox is once again collecting dust.
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