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NanoMusic: Lightweight, multi-format music player for Android

by: Carl ParkerAugust 10, 2012

Music lovers would love to have an app that would provide them flexibility in playing their favorite music and an easy-to-use and simple interface. The regular music player that comes on all Android phones and tablets can be enough. However, would you want to settle for something generic or would you want to find a better app that would meet your requirements or expectations? Did you downloaded an app that packs certain features you like but fails in all other aspects? As of the moment, there are a good deal of apps on the Google Play Store that can  provide you the functions you need but still fail to capture you completely.

If the regular music player is not [...]

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Strategy meets simulation in new Kingdoms & Lords Android game from Gameloft

by: AdrianAugust 10, 2012
Gameloft has just released a title that at least partially seems to fit the bill, though it’s not a full-fledged RTS game, but rather one that combines strategy with simulation. Kingdoms & Lords is available for free over on Google Play starting today, and, based on its “storyline” and trailer, it seems like something worth a shot.
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MoboPlayer: Multi-format audio and video player for Android

by: Carl ParkerAugust 10, 2012

Most Android devices, if not all, have in-built audio and video players. Although, there is never a guarantee that these players can support all audio and video file formats. Because of this, users sometimes resort to downloading alternate player apps from the Google Play Store, players that can play almost any file format coupled with extras mixed in. One such multi-format audio and video player for Android that has super functionality and swag all in one bag is MoboPlayer.

MoboPlayer sports a clean-looking and easy-to-use UI that directly takes you to the player’s menus. The player allows you to browse your directories and folders for audio and video [...]

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Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies – Video review

by: Bams SadewoAugust 10, 2012
As promised, our resident game meister Clayton has posted his video review of Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies. Along with the brief walkthrough, we have also added more information for your reading pleasure.
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Droidicious: Android app for managing Delicious tags and bookmarks

by: Paul NuñalAugust 9, 2012

Delicious, also known as, is a social bookmarking service focusing on tag-laden bookmarks and scans through every topic that exists in the Internet. Although there is still no word on the official companion app for the Delicious service, there are, however, some third-party Delicious apps that developers have created to bridge the gap.

One of such apps is Droidicious, a promising Android application that integrates with the Delicious service, bringing in new features such as remote access and synchronization with your Delicious account.

Droidicious also brings a holo-themed UI inspired by ICS with full support for Android tablets.  It comes with many [...]

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FlightTrack introduces free version with brand new interface

by: Andrew GrushAugust 9, 2012

For those of us that are far from being frequent fliers, it’s nice to have a tool that can help us keep track what gates flights are on and other flight information for the rare times we do get aboard a plane.

On the other hand, why pay for a flight tracking app if you won’t use it hardly ever? If this sounds like your own situation, you will be happy to know that the popular FlightTrack app is now offering a free version for those of us that don’t need the full-blown premium variant.

The new FlightTrack app is available both for iOS and Android users, featuring simple menus that get the job done without all the [...]

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Web version of Pulse now available

by: Andrew GrushAugust 9, 2012

When it comes to mobile newsreaders, there are few options better than Pulse. Up until now only Android and iOS users had the privilege of using Pulse but the new web-based version changes all that for the better.

Now Windows Phone, Blackberry, and basically any platform with a web-connection can get their hands on the web app. For those mobile and desktop users that decide to utilize the web-version, you’ll find all the great features you’d expect from Pulse, in addition to a few new features as well.

The web-app has a nice layout designed to work with all the latest web-technologies out there and is clearly being focused [...]

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Open source Doom 3 gets ported to Android [video]

by: LucianAugust 9, 2012

Doom 3 is a science fiction horror video game made by id Software, that was released in 2004 for Windows. It’s been id Software’s most successful game so far, selling over 3.5 million copies. Later it was adapted to the Linux platform, then Mac OS X, and after that, to the Xbox and Xbox360 consoles.

After this whole success, id Software decided to open source Doom 3 last year, so now anyone can  try and port it to any platform they want. That’s how we’re now able to see developers trying to port Doom 3 to Android. The ported game is still in pre-alpha stage, so don’t expect it to work very well. Plus, for a 2004 game I think you need a more [...]

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Gameloft releases first Unreal 3 game teaser trailer

by: Andrew GrushAugust 9, 2012

When it comes to mobile gaming, Gameloft is one of the few companies that truly attempts to push the limit and give us more than just casual games meant to entertain us for ten or fifteen minute stretches. In a new teaser video, Gameloft has revealed to us Wild Blood, the very first Unreal 3-based game from the company.

For those who don’t follow gaming engine news, Unreal 3 is the same engine in use for many of the most cutting-edge console games out there today, including Batman: Arkham City and Gears of War. As tablet and phone hardware has advanced in the last few years so have the ambitions and capabilities of the mobile gaming scene, as evident by both this [...]

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Google Translate Android app now adds picture translation

by: Andrew GrushAugust 9, 2012

The Google Translate Android app just got a heck of a lot more useful, updating today to version 2.5. What makes the update so compelling? With the latest update you can snap a picture and then highlight the text with your finger text, and just like that you can get an instant translation on any Android device running version Android 2.3 or higher.

While a cool idea, this might not be that big of news to those that are already making use of Word Lens, which launched for Android not too long ago. What’s the big difference between the two different translation techniques? With Word Lens you get augmented reality translations from your [...]

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