Today’s indie app of the day is called Wrath of Godjelly. In this fun little time waster, you crush ants as Godjelly. It’s harder than it looks!
Amazon has a couple new games built specifically for the Fire Phone in the Game Studio. Check out the game trailers here and get ready to rock a new way to play games.
The developing craze increases as more programmers learn to build apps, but it turns out the road to success in the business can have more than a fork fork.
Today’s indie app of the day is LoginBox. Using this app you can store passwords and auto login to websites on mobile so you don’t have to remember them!
The Xposed Framework has been a must-have set of tweaks for those who want to make the most out of their Android devices. For some, running Xposed tweaks on otherwise stock (but rooted) ROMs has become a good alternative to installing custom ROMs like Cyanogenmod, AOKP, Paranoid Android, Carbon and others, simply because many of the customizations that come with these can be done through Xposed. Many of the tweaks involve the user interface, which enhance usability and accessibility, while some are more of style and preference tweaks. One of these is the Blurred System Module UI, a new tweak…
Q2 of 2014 is in the books and that means it’s time to look back at the app stats and see how well the Google Play Store did over the last three months. More importantly, we’ll take a look and see how it fared against the rival iOS in terms of downloads and revenue.
Today’s indie app of the day is Noded: Smart Timeline Calendar that is a mix of a calendar, a to-do list, a task list, and a note taker app. Check it out!
It’s Friday which means it’s time for another Google Play Weekly! In this week’s episode we talk about Android L stuff making its way into Nova Launcher. As part of Google’s Wednesday update, Google Wallet got updated and brings it a few big new features. You can now make your Android Wear watch face look like it’s something out of Star Trek. Google Play Music has begun rolling out to six new countries. Rumors have begun circulating that Amazon Instant Video will be coming to Android proper very soon. Now here are five Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week….
The simplest way to describe Kindle Unlimited is “Netflix for books.” Pay $9.99 a month and get access to 600,000 titles in Amazon’s collection, including current best-sellers and classics, as well as 2,000 audiobooks available on Audible.
Google is continuing to build up the feature set of its Maps Android app, with the latest update bringing elevation information for cycling routes, voice commands in navigation mode, and other smaller changes.