The Softonic Minute: Facebook, Wikipedia, GTA: San Andreas and Candy Crush

The Softonic Minute: Facebook, Wikipedia, GTA: San Andreas and Candy Crush

Candy Crush Saga gets 45 new levels on Android, Facebook tests a new ‘save for later’ function, new app Xowa lets you download all of Wikipedia’s content, and GTA: San Andreas comes to iOS, Android and Windows Phone this December. Check out this week’s hottest software news on The Softonic Minute!

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Candy Crush Saga updated with 45 new levels

The Facebook game of the year has expanded its Android version to add 45 new levels, bringing the game’s total up to 485. Candy Crush Saga recently reached the 500 million download mark. Now we’ve got even more sweet puzzles to play! Download Candy Crush Saga for Android.

Facebook testing a ‘save for later’ function

As more and more people get their news from social media, Facebook is experimenting with a ‘read later’ function. In the style of  Feedly, Instapaper or Pocket, the new feature will let you save any link you see on Facebook to read or watch at a later time.

Free app Xowa lets you download all of Wikipedia

A new free app called Xowa lets you download the entirety of Wikipedia on your computer. The world’s largest online encyclopedia occupies roughly 80GB of space, including text and images. Our advice would be to download Wikipedia to a pen drive so that you can take it with you and refer to it whenever needed. Download Xowa here.

GTA San Andreas coming to iOS, Android and Windows Phone this December

If you’ve already finished GTA 5 and are missing the city of Los Santos, relax; Rockstar has announced the release of the GTA classic San Andreas for iOS, Android and Windows Phone next month. It’s one of the most complete versions of GTA, full of activities and side missions.

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