There is no better way to get gamers excited about a game than releasing details of some last minute features. GameLoft has done this with Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour. Recently announced was new maps, features, perks, and weapons that will leave Android FPS more excited about the release.
Last month, Madfinger Games released the public beta of Shadowgun: Deadzone to Google Play for our testing pleasure. While it was a beta, the game still managed to attract a lot of attention. Now it seems that the impressive shooter is ready for prime time, leaving the beta stage and arriving as an official app on November 15th.
Nyko has released the PlayPad, a device which brings traditional video game controls to Android phones and tablets.
We have yet to see the official announcement from Microsoft, however new details have been revealed for Office Mobile for Android. The apps are expected to drop in May 2013 and land with a free read-only option and a paid editing option.
Christmas comes early for folks who seemingly can’t get through one day without flashing the latest available custom ROM on their device, for Titanium Backup has been updated with a killer feature or two. The latest version of the highly popular Titanium Backup Pro app now gives users the ability to make flashable zip files of their apps and data.
Angry Birds prices have been halved by Amazon just before the launch of the Star Wars edition. Originally priced at $2.99, these games are available for $1.49 from Amazon’s Appstore.
With all the hype surrounding Peter Molyneux’s Curiosity, it was easy to forget that it hadn’t even been released yet. Now, the experimental game has finally been made available via the Google Play Store.
With the OUYA set to bring Android to a game console in March 2013, Green Throttle Games is looking at things from a different perspective. Instead of a dedicated game machine, why not just use your existing device for gaming? Of course, their vision goes a little further than that.
Users of the Rhapsody music streaming service who listen to their music on the go are in luck. Yesterday an update for the Rhapsody Android app arrived, bringing an improved, tablet-friendly interface and a bunch of new features.
The battle for social network champ just became a little more intense today with the rumor that Twitter is working on something that might worry Instagram.