Like many other Android fans, you love a good game. Whether it be a simple puzzle game or an all-out RPG, you love spending your free time playing Android games. With over 700,000 options on the Play Store, Android gaming is for real. The question is, which is the best way to play them? We’ll round up a few of the bigger players and most popular options.
Tapatalk HD is out of beta, and with its version 1.0 launch, the developers have a one-day promo, offering the forum reading and management app for $0.99, down from the usual $4.99.
We’ve put together some of the best apps we could find into one convenient, quick, video! Hope you enjoy our first in the series! Here are the apps that we are reviewing this week.
With three really good mobile gaming platforms being prepared for release, which is the best? Which is right for you? We take a look at all three!
If you’re a fan of the screensaver feature on Android 4.2, you’ll be happy to hear that the latest version of the newsreader app allows you to view Flipboard covers on Daydream. What else is new?
Dropbox for Android gets updated to version 2.3. The latest version allows users to share and delete multiple photos at once, create albums from photos, and more.
Another week has come and gone. You might be reading this right now as you wait for the last few hours of the work week to count down, or you might be already relaxing at home.
Regardless... of where you are, you’re probably itching for this week’s list of 7 sizzling new Android apps, and who are we to deny you the pleasure? We combed the Google Play Store and found apps to help y...
Rovio, the developer of Angry Birds, has broken yet another milestone: 263 million people played its games in the month of December.
If you’re a fan of Angry Birds Space, Rovio has just given a reason to dust the game off and give it some fresh spins. Prepare to fling some birds in the new Pig Dipper episode.
As part of its “release early, release often” philosophy, Google has now opened a Beta channel to allow it to release early versions of Chrome for Android. The new Android channel will allow keen users to try out new features before the official “stable” release.