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A new app has been released on Apple’s App Store and Android’s Google Play for the upcoming J.J. Abrams sequel Star Trek Into Darkness.
The app is being toted as a “first of its kind” offering. Developed by Qualcomm Incorporated, users will access to plenty of materials related to the new movie, as well as the opportunity to earn points and complete missions to unlock more content, win valuable prizes, and work their way through Star Trek Academy.