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Final Fantasy mobile tame to feature Ariana Grande

The pop star is going to make a guest appearance in the free-to-play app from Square Enix.

Ariana Grande has announced that she will have a guest spot in the Final Fantasy mobile game. The game will be free-to-play. The singer used Instagram to reveal her presence in the Square Enix game.

It isn’t yet evident precisely when the performer will actually appear within the mobile game.

Grande didn’t mention when her appearance in the Final Fantasy mobile game would be. Moreover, she also didn’t provide any details with regards to when or how players of the game would be able to recruit her character. Square Enix was slightly more forthcoming with information about how Ariana Grande would take part in Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius.

Ariana Grande’s appearance in the Final Fantasy mobile game is based on her latex rabbit ear look.

Final Fantasy Mobile Game - Ariana Grande on TourThis was the look that was featured in her most recent Dangerous Woman album. It was also seen in the video for the title track of that album. Grande confirmed this on Instagram when she provided her followers with “a little peek” at what her character’s sprite would look like.

Fans of the game series are always eagerly awaiting the newest additions to the application. Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius is a mobile game app that is free to download and play. It is a role playing game (RPG) in the turn-based format. The app will include a new list of characters as well as more familiar components from the Final Fantasy universe. Among them include summons and limit breaks.

The mobile game is available for both iOS and Android based devices. The Final Fantasy mobile game was developed by Gumi. It was first released in 2015 in Japan. It arrived in North America last year in June. Since that time, it has experienced over 8 million downloads, according to Gumi’s own data which was released last November.

Whenever Ariana Grande’s character appears in the mobile game app, it is certain to create quite a stir. It has, after all, been making headlines even without knowing any more than the most basic details.

Android Wear 2.0 is coming to 2 Google flagship smartwatches in 2017

The tech giant is getting ready to launch two wearable technology devices on its upgraded operating system.

Google will launch two smartwatches based on Android Wear 2.0 in the first quarter of 2017. The Google Android Wear product manager, Jeff Chang revealed these details in an interview conducted by The Verge.

Chang spoke to the publication about the wearables which will be the first to use this operating system.

Until now, there had been only rumors of new Google smartwatches. Now, Chang has confirmed not only the wearables but also that they will be the first to run on the Android Wear 2.0 operating system. This is the latest big announcement in the wearable technology industry to help to encourage consumers to take interest in smartwatches. As much as there has been a great deal of growth in that category of mobile devices, consumers haven’t been purchasing anywhere near the rate that was predicted by many industry analysts, including eMarketer.

The Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches from Google won’t have the company’s brand, nor will it be Pixel.

Android Wear 2.0 - Image of SmartwatchInstead, the smartwatches will carry the brand of the company manufacturing them. According to Chan, Google worked with the manufacturer (which has remained unnamed by the time of the writing of this article) to create the software and hardware design of the wearables. Though the manufacturer continues to be unnamed, Chang did mention that it is a company that has previously made Android Wear devices.

Following the initial launch of the 2 Google smartwatches, there will be others that will be upgraded to the Wear 2.0 operating system in 2017. They include: Tag Heuer Connected, Polar M600, Moto 360 Gen 2, Moto 360 Sport, Casio Smart Outdoor Watch, Fossil Q Wander, Fossil Q Marshall, Fossil Q Founder, Huawei Watch, Huawei Watch Ladies, LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE, LG Watch Urbane, LG G Watch R, Asus ZenWatch 2, Asus ZenWatch 3, Nixon Mission, Michael Kors Access Bradshaw Smartwatch, and Michael Kors Access Dylan Smartwatch.

The other devices will receive their Android 2.0 updates following the launch of the Google smartwatches. The upgraded platform is meant to provide users with a new spectrum of features.