The Softonic Minute: PES 2015, Assassin’s Creed Rogue, Android Lollipop and Snapchat

The Softonic Minute: PES 2015, Assassin’s Creed Rogue, Android Lollipop and Snapchat
Lewis Leong

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PES 2015 disappointment, Snapchat photos leaked, Assassin’s Creed: Rogue is coming to PC and Android Lollipop, all on this week’s Softonic Minute. PES 2015 is getting a bunch of bad press from unimpressed fans. Snapchat wasn’t hacked but unauthorized third-party apps were responsible for this week’s leak over over 200,000 images. Assassin’s Creed: Rogue was only announced for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 but Ubisoft quietly announced the game would be coming to PC in a new trailer. Android Lollipop has been announced, and Nexus devices should be getting the update in a few weeks.

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Check out the stadiums, balls, boots and gloves in PES 2015

PES 2015: Videos, videos and more videos. The Winning Eleven Blog released a bunch of views of PES 2015 analyzing the game. What can we expect from the game? Disappointment, apparently. PES 2015 features fewer stadiums, leagues, teams and accessories than its direct rival, FIFA 15.

Hundreds of thousands Snapchat images leaked but you’re probably safe

Snapchat photos leaked: Over 200,000 Snapchat images leaked onto the anonymous message board 4chan this week. The source of the leak is, an external website that helped Snapchat users save photos and videos without their friends knowing. The site acknowledged the hack and shut the site down but it’s too little too late for users who had their photos leaked. Making the situation even stickier, many of the photos feature nude photos of minors, meaning those who share the photos could be charged with child pornography. Our advice: don’t trust any unauthorized Snapchat apps or websites.

Assassin’s Creed Rogue will come to PC early 2015

Assassin’s Creed: Rogue will come to PC: Ubisoft finally confirmed that Assassin’s Creed: Rogue will come to the PC in early 2015. Rogue will be a completely different game than Unity with new settings, stories and characters. The game hits PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on November 11th in the US.

What’s new in Android 5.0 Lollipop

Android 5.0 Lollipop announced: Google finally took the wraps off the next version of Android. Called Lollipop, the fifth version of Android will feature a new design language called Material Design. Battery will also improve with the introduction of a new runtime and battery saver mode. Google claims the new battery saver mode will extend your battery life for at least 90 minutes in emergency situations. We’ll test those claims when Android Lollipop arrives in a few weeks.

Bonus story: OS X Yosemite, updated iWork available now for free

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Apple’s much anticipated Mac operating system, OS X Yosemite, is available now for free. Yosemite adds a ton of new features and a new design. There’s translucency around the entire operating system, giving more context of where your content is. Buttons are flatter and everything just look much more like iOS 8. Apple also updated its iWork apps and will offer them for free in the Mac App Store. Be sure to read our review of the operating system.

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