At the beginning of the year, Qualcomm released Snapdragon GameCommand in Google Play. GameCommand was an app that highlighted specific games that were built for Qualcomm’s mobile chips. It was similar to what NVIDIA does with TegraZone, but didn’t nearly as much recognition. Qualcomm has now removed GameCommand from Google Play.
According to a statement sent to Android Police, Qualcomm said the new place to find Snapdragon-related games is the Snapdragon gaming website. Qualcomm also said, “We also feel that GameCommand satisfied its goal of generating consumer awareness of Snapdragon gaming.”
I’m not sure I agree with that statement, but it’s not like Qualcomm was going to say GameCommand was a bust and wasn’t worth keeping around. Android fragmentation is bad enough as it is. Because of that, I’m not going to miss GameCommand.
Source [Android Police]