Fans of the Wipeout TV show will be glad to learn the Wipeout 2 game has just arrived at the Google Play Store. It’s fun, it’s wacky and it’s free!
Building on previous Android customizations, Screen Filter dims your display so to help you see your device in the dark. No vision correction here, sorry, just a super dim display that is easy on the eyes.
Featuring nothing but the best indie games at the PAX Prime Seattle event, this Humble Flash Bundle offers a deal you may not want to turn down.
Today’s indie app of the day is Mobie360 Launcher. This app wants to be your end-all-be-all launcher solution and they’re trying really hard to do it.
You have been forced to jettison from your space ship and are in a survival pod. The question is, how long can you survive?
A new customization feature coming in version 3.1 (which was available to beta users from last week) is the ability to select the transition animation for switching to the app drawer and back to the homescreen.
AnyMote is a Kickstarter-funded device that will turn any smartphone or tablet into a universal remote control even without an IR blaster. The app also automatically tweaks climate control, lighting and sound settings for the perfect home theater experience.
Today’s Pushbullet update is very exciting – it makes it a little easier to communicate by allowing you to respond to text messages from your computer.
Today’s indie app of the day is XRacer: The Traffic. It’s a mix between arcade and a racing game that’s free to play with above average graphics.
A new update to Swing Copters reportedly makes the game’s controls a little easier to predict. While the game is still very hard, it’s at least a little less impossible now.