With Christmas less than a week away, just about every Google Play app seems to be going on sale. Now Rockstar joins the club by slashing the price on Max Payne and Grand Theft Auto III down to just $.99.
Although there are many document editors out there for Android, many times these types of apps can be rather pricey. Luckily, for a limited time you can pick up the highly-acclaimed OfficeSuite Pro for just $.99 via Google Play.
Wild Blood. Unreal Engine. $0.99. Need I say more?
A few weeks ago we reported that Zeptolab was preparing a new puzzle game, Pudding Monsters. Yesterday, the title officially landed in the Google Play store.
Anomaly Korea, the sequel to the popular fortress offense game Anomaly Warzone Earth, is now available on Google Play Store for $2.83. Here’s your chance to save Earth from a full alien invasion.
Distimo have released a fascinating report into the performance of Apple and Google’s app stores throughout 2012. We dissect some of the data and find out what the most popular apps are, which country download the most stuff and importantly who makes the most money.
While the last few Flipboard months have been great, the newsreader app was far from ideal for Android tablet users, partly because it’s really designed for smartphones. The tablet-optimized version of the app is finally here.
Not all games have to come with a $1 price tag, especially for RPG titles from Square Enix and their iconic Final Fantasy series. Check out the many great titles that are being discounted.
Last week we reported that Verizon and Redbox were preparing to launch their Netflix alternative, Redbox Instant. Now the app for the upcoming service has landed in the Google Play store.
imo.im has released an updated version of its Android app with new optimizations for tablet users. If you are not familiar with imo it is a multi-protocol instant messaging app that lets you communicate via all your different IM services from within one app.