Facebook starts pushing video ads, Tomb Raider debuts on iOS, Cut the Rope 2 tries to recapture success, and Google shows off the top searches in 2013. Check out this week’s biggest software news on The Softonic Minute.
Facebook runs video ads. This week, the social network has started experimenting with video ads that play automatically on your homepage. The good news is that the sound will be disabled by default. The hand is not mine, by the way.
Tomb Raider releases on iOS
Tomb Raider reaches iOS. This is the first version of Tomb Raider that’s playable on something other than Playstation. The developer Square Enix has done a good job of recreating Lara Croft on iOS but if you have no adapter, you have to get used to playing with the touch controls.
Cut The Rope 2 premieres on iPhone. The second part of the adventures of Om Nom has arrived on iOS and is expected to land on Android in early 2014. The aim is to cut strings on the left and right to help Om Nom stuff his face with candy.
Google reveals top searches for 2013
Google has released its Zeitgeist for 2013. As always, Google has taken a look at the top searches of the year. Featuring Windows 8.1 , GTA 5 and much more the list is impressive as always with a bit of everything. They’ve also prepared a rather emotional video…
Which is a nice way to end the year!