Folks, this fine August day brings us deals on several interesting apps, including the popular Swype keyboard and Apex Launcher, and a selection of games from Cartoon Network.
The new game from Dong Nguyen, the guy who made and subsequently killed the global phenomenon called Flappy Bird, is here. It’s called Swing Copters and it’s pretty much the Flappy Bird concept moved to the vertical. Oh, and it’s harder. A lot harder. Insanely harder.
Today’s Pushbullet update is unique in that it takes functionality past simple notifications – users can now copy/paste across different computing units.
Carousel is now getting what could be the application’s largest update to date, no longer staying exclusive to bug fixes and performance enhancements.
The minimalist keyboard, Minuum, has now received a new update that adds two new modes of operate and a few other improvements.
Big news in the ‘pay what you want’ world of Humble Bundle, the Humble SEGA Mobile Bundle introduces a dedicated Mobile tab on the Humble Bundle website. Loading up on more Android games sounds to me like the best way to use their newly launched Android app.
The latest Google Sheets update adds the much sought after find and replace function, whilst Drive receives the desktop version’s Activity Stream.
In an effort to clamp down on online bullying, a judge in Brazil has ruled that Google must delete the Secret app from the Play Store and user’s handsets.
A new update is rolling out for OneNote bringing a new tablet UI and handwriting recognition to the mix.
Firefox for Android has added Chromecast support. It is in the Nightly builds stream only for now. Does this signify a delay in Mozilla’s Netcast streaming stick that promised to do everything Chromecast could do, and more?