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Featured: Top 10 Android Apps For Trekkies
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Star Trek celebrated its 50th anniversary back in There are tons of new ways to engage with Star Trek on your mobile devices. Comixology is arguably the best app for comic book fans. Star Trek has few a comic book series and most of them are here. The app acts as an excellent reader for comic books, with a few different viewing options. Additionally, comics are usually reasonably priced.
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There is quite the bit of talk at the moment about Star Wars, however, if you are more interested in the other adventures to be had in Deep Space, then you might be interested to know that there is a sheer abundance of Star Trek related and inspired apps available on the Play Store. In fact, there are so many that it is difficult to narrow it down to only ten. As such, below you will find ten Star Trek inspired apps which are worth checking out and which look to span the different genre of apps available. Kicking the list off today is a Star Trek inspired game. This is your typical Match 3 style of game. However, what is less typical is how heavily Star Trek themed this one is. As you progress through the game, you will collect the various starships from Star Trek as well as receive help from a few familiar faces too.
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