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Modern Warfare 3 App – MW3 Intel Guide
If you are a fan of Modern Warfare 3, you will be happy to know that thanks to XDA member j.13.leach, we can have a great complement guide application on our Android devices. The app is still in beta, so there are sections like videos, kill streaks, perks, etc. that are still under development. However, it´s fully usable and it features live updates twice a day and a new indicator foe when there is new content.
You can get it for free from the market. Please leave your feedback for the developer.
originally posted by j.13.leach
[APP] MW3 Intel v1.1.5 Beta Free (Modern Warfare 3)
MW3 Intel Beta v1.1.5 (freeware)
Requirements: android 2.2+
This app covers the up and coming Call of Duty game Modern Warfare 3.
Live Updates – 2 times a day the app checks for new content
New Indicator – When there is new content, it is clearly marked until read
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