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.
One of the distinctive features of Google’s Music service is the users’ ability to scan and match their music library, thus making it accessible for free from anywhere. The scan and match service now works in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain, although there are still some kinks to be ironed out.
Twitter for Android has been updated. The update is available in Google Play and brings an improved search experience and also some improvements on the Discover tab as well as a few other minor additions such as password resets.
Microsoft has detailed the latest SkyDrive updates. These include changes to both the desktop and mobile apps. The Android app has been updated with new features and on the desktop side, SkyDrive users now have selective sync and easier sharing.
Games, games, games! It’s game time here at Android Authority, and we’ve been scouring the Google Play Store for new and exciting games that will totally keep you on the couch for hours. I even forced myself to stay away from my phone so I can share with you some of these new games I found. In this edition of our twice-a-month list of new and fresh Android games, you’ll get to… fight against dastardly Pigtroopers in space; fight back against human invaders; become a mighty hero by fulfilling quests; dine on the flesh of the undead; set out to…
Chameleon Launcher has come a long way since it first started its Kickstarter campaign. Once it broke out of it’s successful introduction, it underwent a lengthy beta phase that caused all sorts of hype and produced all sorts of excitement. The one thing that held it back was that it was a little too pricey right out of the gate. Priced at $10, most people wouldn’t pay that much just to try out a launcher that they might not even like.
It’s not everyday that we see Google involved in developing mobile games, but it looks like the Search giant is interested in helping out with the Niantic Project. Or the Ingress game:
It would seem that Dropbox is the heavy hitter when it comes to cloud storage services, but with its newly updated Android app, competitor Box might soon be closing the gap.
Serial entrepreneur Jack Dorsey must have the magic touch. After leaving Twitter for another venture, the microblogging service’s co-founder hit the jackpot anew, this time with mobile payment processor Square.