Super Hexagon has finally made its way to the Google Play Store. Android users have been waiting for the game since its inception in August of 2012.
Android’s permission system is unique in the world of mobile operating systems. While most part of this system is great, there is a potentially dangerous design flaw.
The latest version of Wild Blood notably brings a new game mode, a new map, and some novel pieces of weaponry.
Montaj is a video sharing application that was built to be the Instagram of video sharing. It allows users to make videos in 5 second segments, then put them all together to make a full video that can be shared.
Ikaruga, a popular Xbox Live Arcade shoot em up game, has now been made available in the Google Play Store. The game’s unique mechanics and fun game play set it apart from other offerings.
After being released as a beta a few days back, the cloud-based backup app Carbon has received a new update that brings Dropbox support and other features.
The Internet radio service Pandora has published a blog post that offers some interesting insight into its operation in 2012: over 13 billion hours of music played, over 1.6 billion stations created, and more.
Facebook aims to keep those “likes” coming by rolling out the latest update to its Android app, bringing faster photo loading, more sharing options, and the ability to send voice messages.
From Robot Invader, the developer of the popular Wind Up Knight, Rise of the Blobs is a refreshing game that offers a unique take on the well-worn puzzle game genre.
Opera’s new software is a WebKit-based browser designed with touchscreen devices in mind. The browser is supposed to be Opera’s answer to Chrome and Safari, the two major browsers that use the WebKit engine.