Twitter is one of the most famous social networking and microblogging services in the world. Even though Twitter has its own official Android app, third-party developers have been making client apps for Twitter. Since such apps apps are usually limited, developers tend to add extra and interesting features to the apps. For example, some Twitter clients for Android allow sorting followers, adding filters, creating groups, or even to silencing (muting) some users without blocking or unfollowing them.
Recently, a newcomer to the Twitter client apps development scene has appeared in the form of Janetter, created by Jane, Inc. It also has versions for Windows and [...]
Ever wondered how it feels to race up and down a hill at full speed, feeling the air on your face, and landing on the ground in the most epic way? True daredevils and thrill-seekers will definitely be excited to do this stunt, but for ordinary people, being a spectator will just be enough.
But, who says you just have to be watching and not feel the thrill and excitement firsthand? With Hill Climb Racing, you get to be a stunt driver, not in real life, but with the use of your Android device.
Hill Climb Racing follows the story of an aspiring uphill racer, Newton Bill. This is a physics-based driving game where you help Newton drive up and down a hill [...]
Facebook is undoubtedly one of the most popular social networking sites. People post status updates, upload media, and share photos every second. It’s no small wonder that a lot of Android app developers are creating apps geared towards Facebook.
Talking about uploading photos, Twitter has a lot of third-party apps that allow you to attach photos to your tweets. However, these third-party apps have their own sites to upload your images to, such as Twitpic, TweetPhoto, Pikchur, Yfrog or Lockerz.
In contrast, Facebook has similar third-party apps, although most of those apps tend to create new albums on your Facebook profile and then upload the images into [...]