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FAU-G is now live on Google Play Store for pre-registration: How to register




Pre-registration for Android apps on the Google Play Store has been revealed by FAU-G, the PUBG Mobile India alternative.

Studio nCore Pvt Ltd revealed a home-grown replacement for the game called FAUG, short for The Fearless and Unified Guards, back in September, when the Indian government banned the PUBG Smartphone game in India. The game is now live and is available for pre-registration at the Play Shop. You can get a message once the game is ready for download if you pre-register for the game. For now, information such as official release date, game size, compatible platforms are still beneath the covers.

NCore Games is designing the software and it also has the backing of Bollywood star Akshay Kumar. NCore Games is feeling the sun and speeding up the release schedule for FAU-G as PUBG Mobile is planning to make a comeback.

Going by the Play Store summary, the game’s frontline will be “India’s northern border” where a party is battling to defend the pride and dignity of the country. The players get the skin of a “patriotic soldier” and the “bravery, brotherhood, and sacrifice of the men guarding the country’s borders” are supposed to be witnessed. In addition, the listing also reveals a few screenshots from the campaign, providing a peek into what the skin of the soldier would look like and their weapons.

Pre Registration link for FAU-G

For the uninversed, PUBG Company has announced that PUBG Mobile India will soon be rolled out in the region.

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Skype for Android Updated With Background Blur, Improved Custom Reactions Picker



Skype for Android Updated With Background Blur, Improved Custom Reactions Picker

Skype will carry out a new update for all devices which will allow you to blur background on Skype for Android users during video calls. For iOS and tablet devices, the background blur feature is now available, and Android users are finally upgrading Skype 8.68. The upgrade further upgrades the customised reaction picker and solves a range of other problems for desktop devices, Mac and iOS.

The Skype team reported in their release notes on the Microsoft forums that Skype 8.68 is being introduced on all users. Internet, Android, iPhone and iPad, Windows. Windows. The release reports confirm that the context blur functionality for Android is being blurred nearly two years after its first roll-out to desktop users in February 2019. According to a post of 9to5Mac, iOS users were granted the feature last July, and Android users are the last to get it. Microsoft has revised its history support page to provide Skype support for Android.

Microsoft says Skype wants their devices for Android users to run smoothly on Android 6.0 and higher. As the name means, the background bubble mechanism distracts the region behind a user so that users can reveal their background during video calls. Click the three dots more menu in a call and trigger the Blur My Background function to use this feature in Skype for Android.

Skype has also updated the Share extension in the new Update 8.68 for iPhone and iPad users, embracing the dark theme and increasing overall performance. This upgrade also enhances the custom reaction recorder so that more reactions on Skype can conveniently be viewed. The Skype update for iOS also contains patched bugfixes such as MacOS X virtual cameras that do not function and voice messages that lack sound for some users. Emoji picker output concerns have also been overcome and compatibility updates have also been added in compliance with the release notes.

The Skype Team says that the latest functionality will slowly be introduced in the next few days.

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