No surprise here: cybercriminals are taking advantage of the less informed Android users. The latest trick? Targeting those who search for Windows drivers that would let them connect Android devices to their PCs.
Barnes & Noble is slowly making its presence felt in the UK. After releasing the two new Nook tablets, the Nook HD and the Nook HD+, the bookseller is now launching its movie streaming and download service, the Nook Video — which happens to be the first online retailer in the country that supports UltraViolet titles.
There’s some good news for those using their Android devices as home media hubs: XBMC has just released its Beta 3 APK. For those unfamiliar with XBMC or the concept of HTPC (home theater PC) it’s essentially a single software package designed for viewing your entire picture, music and video collection.
Android users who are fans of the the television show Top Gear may want to check out a new game. It’s called Top Gear Stunt School Revolution and it is now available in the Google Play Store.
The post apocalypse zombie game has been done. A whole bunch of times and on a variety of consoles. So for a game to come out with that premise and still be considered unique is a treat. Video game publishers DeNA have announced a new game coming to mobile devices soon called The Drowning, which fits into that unique category. DeNA’s game is set in a post apocalyptic world haunted by the undead. Thankfully, this isn’t just another zombie mash and shoot game. Featured in the game is not only high end graphics and awesome cinematic scenes, but also a…
Final Fantasy IV is considered one of the best all around RPGs of all time by pretty much any gaming authority. Very soon, it’ll be making its way to Android according to an announcement by Square Enix.
If you like to install custom launchers on your Android device then you will definitely appreciate one such new app called Action Launcher Pro. Available now in the Play Store, the Action Launcher Pro is developed by the creator of the Tweet Lanes app, Chris Lacy.
If you’ve been relying on SoundHound to correctly identify that catchy new song you hear on the radio, there may have been instances where you couldn’t load up the app in time. We know what you’re thinking: if only there’s a SoundHound widget that will work on Android 4.2’s lock screen for faster music recognition. Well, wish granted.
It’s time, once again, to feast upon the delicious and sizzling new apps from the Google Play Store’s kitchen. App developers surely don’t want to stop teasing us with their newest and hottest apps. These new apps can decorate your home screen, create your grocery list, browse your tweets, and many more. Without any further ado, here are the new and sizzling apps for the week. Advent 2012: 25 Christmas Apps For Christians around the world, Advent is the season for commemorating the waiting and preparation for the birth of Jesus Christ. As you wait, enjoy a free Christmas present…
Yesterday Grand Theft Auto: Vice City officially arrived on Android, albeit very briefly. Shortly after it arrived, the game was removed from Google Play due to validation errors with the game’s servers. The good news is that Rockstar is working hard to get it back out to Google Play by the end of next week at latest.