There are tons of applications on the Google Play Store that you can enjoy on your Android smartphone or tablet. With all that free stuff waiting for you, all you have to worry about is running out of storage space on your device. If you sift through the apps available on the Play Store long enough, you’ll eventually find all sorts of gems, such as apps for productivity, personalization, socializing, and even games. One of those gem games is 3 Kingdoms TD: Arrow Defense, a game for those who like tower defense or tactical games. In 3 Kingdoms TD: Arrow…
Party Call is a social networking based calling app that will allow Facebook users to call their friends without even knowing their cell phone numbers. Good or bad? We will find that out when the app is officially launched, in France in summer 2013
After a recent APK teardown of the latest Google Play app reveals that future reviews on Google’s storefront require folks to use their Google+ account, it looks like the feature is being gradually rolled out. The changes are now visible on the web interface of the store and some devices.
While benchmarks don’t always provide a realistic impression of day-to-day performance, they still do give an idea of the raw processing power your phone carries. AnTuTu has now become one of the more popular Android benchmarking applications out there, and this update brings it to version 3.0.1.
XDA developers forum member has discovered an alleged fix to the recent Nexus 7 lag issue affecting the tablet after the Android 4.2 update.
Like listening to the radio stations in the Grand Theft Auto games? Now you can listen to the stations from all your favorite GTA games using GTA Radio, a free app on Google Play.
After that recent mess where users with December birthdays were left to feel alienated due to a bug that’s present in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, more people are now starting to find out about yet another problem that affects devices with the latest version of the Android software.
The iPhone is still the most popular mobile device in Facebook’s campus and that’s not a good thing for the company when it comes to releasing a flaw-free, or close to it, Facebook app for Android devices.
Third-party app stores for Android aren’t doing so well in the U.S. and Europe. Manufacturers and carriers are closing their own app stores, and those that remain open are increasingly coming under fire for being safe houses for malware. Finnish startup Blaast is hoping that it will find better luck in Asia.
While official development of the Boid Twitter client may have ended, there is a glimmer of hope for fans of the app, as the development team have decided to turn Boid into an open source project. Boid is dead. Long live Boid.