Madfinger’s Dead Trigger, a zombie survival horror game for mobile devices, was a big hit on Android for a couple of reasons: one, the Tegra 3 edition was graphically impressive, and two, Madfinger decided to drop the title’s price from $1 to free.
A lot of popular games tend to overshadow the underrated ones out there. So we went in search for some of the most underrated games on the Play Store for May 2013! Read on to find out more!
Throughout his long and illustrious career in the music industry, hip-hop legend Jay-Z has been known to be a BlackBerry user. He even referred to himself as a BlackBerry Bold in one of the songs from... his album The Blueprint III, which came out back in 2009. But times have changed, and if you were to ask the famous rapper now, he would probably tell you that he’s a Samsung Galaxy S4.
While the Play Store may not look exactly the same across devices, or even into the desktop, this update brings it much closer to true functional unity than any we’ve seen prior.
The app, which allows Glass users to see pics of the human form in all its glory, was released yesterday and quickly pulled from the Glassware hub. Google changed their Glass developer guidelines Friday to reflect pornographic or adult material.
Final Fantasy IV is the latest game in the series available for Android and, while not cheap, it can bring you some old-school fun.
Twitter’s Vine service now has its own Android application, available in the Google Play Store as a free download. Read on to find out more details!
Google announced via Google Plus that it won’t allow apps that include facial recognition features until “strong privacy protections” will be in place.
Considered one of the best file navigators in our productivity apps round-up, Root Explorer has just received a massive update, bringing the application to version 3.0.
Real Racing 3, which sets a new standard for mobile racing games, is going to receive an upcoming “Dubai update” which will add twilight racing at the Dubai Autodrome and more.