Gamescom 2012: Nvidia TegraZone hits 4 million installs

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Gamescom 2012: Nvidia TegraZone hits 4 million installs

Nvidia has told Pocket Gamer that its Android game discovery app, TegraZone, has now been downloaded onto over 4 million devices.

The company believes this adoption has being aided by the successful launch of Google’s 7-inch Android tablet, the Nexus 7, which uses Nvidia’s Tegra 3 processor to power its graphics.

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TegraZone is an app that collates and promotes games created by developers specifically for Nvidia's family of graphics processors.

Examples include Madfinger Games' recent FPS Dead Trigger and the upcoming Android fantasy adventure Horn from Phosphor Games.

Madfinger's Dead Trigger

Nvidia also revealed that the average frequency of users checking the TegraZone app was now once every three days.

Will Wilson
Will Wilson
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