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Briefly: Google Helpouts for iPhone, Borderlands 2 DLC

updated 09:06 pm EDT, Tue April 15, 2014

Google releases Helpouts app for iPhone

Google debuted its Hangouts-based video support service Google Helpouts last fall; today an app version for iPhone has been released. Users can connect over Google's Hangouts service to experts who are knowledgable in a specific subject for tutoring. The iOS app offers the ability to find, schedule, give or start a "Helpout," read reviews and listing details, receive text-message and mobile reminders, and more.

Helpouts for iPhone does not support creating new listings for topics, as this feature is currently limited to its web version. Available for free on iTunes, Google Helpouts requires iOS 6.0 or later.



Final DLC for Borderlands 2 launches

Gearbox has released the final instalment of downloadable content for Borderlands 2 today on Steam, the App Store (as an in-app purchase) and retailers selling Steam codes. The 13th Borderlands 2 DLC to ship alongside the PC version on the same day, Headhunter 5: Son of Crawmerax is now available for Mac users. The extended content focuses on the kidnapping of Sir Hammerlock by the Son of Crawmerax, with the player's goal being to save him with the assistance of "Crazy Earl." Available for download for $3, Borderlands 2: Headhunter 5: Son of Crawmerax requires Borderlands 2 to play.





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