This week we talk about Gameboy Color and Fallout running on smartwatches, CyanogenMod camera, Microsoft’s Wear keyboard, and more Android apps news!
Today’s indie app of the day is Battlestation – First Contact. In this part strategy, part tower defense game, you must defend against waves of aliens!
If you’re looking for some new addition to your collection of casual (or not) games for your device, Google’s got you covered with its new 99 Games for 99¢ Each collection.
Google Keyboard is rolling out an update – v3.2 brings more than just bug fixes and a cleaner settings menu, 8 new languages will give India much to cheer about.
Today’s indie app of the day is WW2: Sandbox, Strategy & Tactics. In this Risk-style board game, you command troops in the WW2 era and defeat opponents!
A feature coming in Lollipop will prevent unauthorized factory resets by asking for the user’s Google credentials. If enough devices out there are difficult or impossible to wipe, the incentive for stealing them could go down dramatically.
Plex is not only launching on new services lately, but they’ve landed themselves alongside YouTube and Netflix on the new Nexus Player, Android TV media player.
Just hours before the expected launch of Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Android Lollipop, Google updated its fun little Androidify app with a new UI, new dance moves, and… yes, a hint at upcoming devices.
Today’s indie app of the day is Convoto. This is a well-designed, colorful unit conversion app that works well and is easy on the eyes. Check it out!
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