If you like a little music with your shooting, or vice versa, Beat Hazard Ultra, which made its way to the Google Play Store on Friday, may just be the game for you.
The Humble Bundle for Android 4 has been going for more than a week now, and we’re getting closer and closer to the end. Only four days are left to grab up to 11 games by paying whatever you feel like.
Android 4.2 has been out for a few days (and it’s only available on a handful of Nexus devices) but we wouldn’t be surprised to hear that no matter how thoroughly it was tested before release, the new software still has some bugs that will most likely be fixed in a future update.
The spectacular 45-degree aerial and satellite imageries features have been around in Google Maps and Earth for a while, but they’ve never been updated and improved at such an outstandingly fast pace as in the past couple of months.
The wildly successful launch of the Nexus 4 surprised pretty much everyone. Now, everyone can have a piece of the Nexus 4 goodness with the hallmark Dot Live Wallpaper app free in the Google Play Store.
In case you were browsing the Google Play Store and found supposedly Apple-made mobile apps inside, apps that would be usually found in its own App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch use, then you should probably stay away from them.
It was only a month ago that Google updated its Play Store app to version 3.9.16, which brought along new features like improved notifications and a wish list function. Now, a new version of the app is reportedly being pushed out to select users.
Photoshop, perhaps the most famous photo editing software in the world, also has an Android and iOS app called Photoshop Touch. The popular app has made it’s way to the Kindle Fire App Store, where it has been optimized for Kindle Fire tablets.
It has been another week and we’re all excited for the coming weekend. Weekends are the days that you won’t need to hear your alarm clock’s disturbing beeps and you can spend time away from your nagging bosses. As we are about to end our busy and hectic week, the Google Play Store never stops producing treats; in fact, new and sizzling hot Android apps are now on display in its toy shop, waiting to be discovered. Let me show you some of the new apps I found so you won’t need to search the Google Play Store’s vast ocean…
You don’t see very often Android gamers getting excited over beta releases, but when Madfinger’s s Shadowgun spin-off, DeadZone, hit public beta, everyone wanted a piece of it.