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Anki Drive will now work with (some of) your Android devices, too

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Ever watched your iOS-device toting friends playing modern-day Scalextric slot cars and wondering when it'd be your turn? Anki has announced that Anki Drive is now available to use on your Android device, that is, if you're rocking a Galaxy S4, S5, Note 3, 4 or 10.1 (2014 Edition). Those not hoisted to Samsung's mast aren't excluded totally, as Nexus 5 owners are also able to join in on the fun. In its defense, the company points out that the slow adoption of Bluetooth LE, tech necessary for Drive to work, has hampered progress bringing the game to Google's party. There's also no cross-platform racing just yet, but is something the company has pledged to work on in the future. Still, if you're yet to give it a go, Anki cut the price down to $150 / £150 last month, so maybe this is the moment you've been waiting for.

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