GameFly Brings GameCenter App to Android and Palm

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Gamefly, widely considered the Netflix of games, has just released its mobile GameCenter app for Android and Palm devices.

"Originally issued last fall for the iPhone, GameCenter provides a portal into all things games-related, complete with news stories, video trailers, cheats, reviews, upcoming release dates and more," a GameFly representative tells WebProNews. "GameFly developed this version to meet the requests by subscribers and fans."

The free app also provides access to game screenshots, publisher and developer info, recent user and game critic reviews, box art, and game controls.

Gamefly Comes to Android and Palm devices

GameFly subscribers can use the app to manage their GameQ and member info. New features in the Palm app include Calendar Notification, which marks calendars for upcoming new releases, and Web O/S Games, which includes news, updates and price changes for Palm games. It's available for Palm Pre and Pixi. The Android App requires Android OS 1.6 and above.

GameFly is the largest video game rental subscription service in the U.S.

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