Mediocre, the developers who brought us Granny Smith, have just launched a new strategic racing game called Does not Commute into the Play Store.
Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about Mortal Kombat X, A woman who “lost” thousands in the Play Store, and more Android apps news!
For those with a little down time over the weekend, there’s plenty of great games on sale that can help you kill some of that time including big name titles like Leo’s Fortune, the Room Two, many titles from SNK Playmore, and more!
Google is making the process of sending route directions from your PC to your phone simpler. Much simpler.
Highlights, a new feature in the stock Twitter app for Android, are topics that your close Twitter friends are currently talking about, delivered straight to your notification shade without the need to open the app.
In our last look at ADB in our Android customization series, we go over how to install an app onto your Android device remotely from your connected PC and a locally saved .apk file.
The most recent update to SwiftKey beta adds the ‘SwiftKey Hub’ – a revamped settings menu in an easy-to-access place on the keyboard.
Google Keep is getting much better Android Wear support in its latest update, rolling out now in the Play Store.
Ever since its debut in 1992, the Mortal Kombat series has been known for its cutting-edge graphics and intensely bloody fights. And now, the latest instalment in the series has been released on Android.
Facebook has just released Hello, a new dialer application for Android, into the Google Play Store.