Fans of the Sonic Jump series will be happy to know that a formal sequel to the 2012 reboot has now arrived!
Wouldn’t it be cool to control Google Glass or other wearable devices just by thinking of a command in your mind? An open-source app called MindRDR might just be the solution.
Mojang has released a substantial update for the Pocket Edition of Minecraft, adding in new biomes, mobs, items, and allowing explorers to wander endlessly in an infinite world.
Adding to your Tasker arsenal, come learn how to keep your display turned on longer for certain apps, and allow only certain apps to rotate the display, as our Android customization series continues.
A new update to the Wearable Widgets app allows you to push any Android widget over to your Android Wear device.
Google is rolling out an update to its Keyboard, bringing a few minor changes including a few spoken emoji commands.
Leo’s Fortune, a clever, beautiful platformer that won an Apple design award at the WWDC conference this year, is now available on Android.
The main feature in the update is the new ability to insert a file from your Drive account into the email, so the recipient can click on it and be taken to the Drive version.
Simulation games are popular the world over. They let people take control of a situation and run with it in the way that they want to and a lot of people garner enjoyment out of a platform that lets them do that. Believe it or not, Android actually has quite a few simulation games available and many of them are pretty good. Here are our choices for the best ones! Farmville 2: Country Escape [Price: Free with in app purchases] F18 Carrier Landing [Price: Free / $2.99] Game Dev Story [Price: $2.50] Ice Age Village [Price: Free with in app…
Following countless teasers and after a long wait, Modern Combat 5:Blackout will finally reach the Google Play Store this July 24th. Are you signing up for battle?