The last time mobile gamers had a chance to get their bird-flinging on, it was Angry Birds’ first trip into space. Now Rovio has taken it a step further by introducing Angry Birds Star Wars. This epic game crossover features all your favorite Star Wars characters in Angry Bird form and you can now see a game play trailer showcasing the new bird abilities.
Skype users in the UK can now rely on prepaid cards in order to get credits and enjoy many great Skype paid features such as making affordable international calls, sending cheap SMS, and unlimited calls to a country of your choice.a
With sites like Woot, Tech.Woot, Home.Woot, and Sport.Woot all offering their own deals each day, staying on top of everything can become a daunting task. Fortunately, GT Media’s own Woot Check has simplified the process, all from the palm of your hand.
According to Bit9, a security solutions provider, there are more than 100,000 Android apps in Google Play that can be defined as “suspicious or questionable”, based on permissions requested, categorization and the publisher’s reputation.
Before we get started this week, let’s take a moment and put our thoughts and prays with all of those that felt the wrath of Hurricane Sandy. From all of us here at Android Authority, our hearts go out to you, your families, and your loved ones. This past Monday, Google had an Android event scheduled. They told us the playground was open. However, do to Hurricane Sandy, the event in New York City was canceled. Immediately the collective heart of the Android community sank. We had tons of questions as this was reminiscent of last years delayed launch, sadly…
While the release date for the Android version of Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition is still listed as “TBA” on the game’s website, a tweet by the game’s Creative Director, Trent Oster, says the game will hopefully be coming to Android tablets on November 28.
The Google Play Store is bubbling and oozing with apps. Apps for games, productivity, videos, music, and all you can think of can be found on the Google Play Store. As we speak, hundreds of new apps appear in Google’s toy box, waiting to be used on your Android device. Thanks to the continuous support of app developers, we can enjoy a lot of apps on our Android handsets. To make your search easier, we scouted the vast ocean of apps and manually picked the hottest new apps from the Google Play Store. In this post, we focus the spotlights…
Before Google unveiled Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, we saw a variety of leaks and reports that detailed potential new features for the company’s new Android OS version. Among them, one story detailed potential new security features for Android 4.2 devices that could offer users better protection against malware apps, among other things.
Since it shed its beta skin in June, the Chrome for Android app hasn’t gotten many updates from Google. While the browser is fast and stable enough, it’s still lacking some features found on the desktop version. What can we expect to see from the new version of the mobile browser that’s just been pushed out to Google Play?
Google Now brings a new feature for Jelly Bean phones, the pedometer. Though there haven’t been any official mentions of the feature, you might have noticed it while checking for directions on your phone. What the pedometer does is show how much you have biked or walked over the month.