We all enjoy a good game, especially when it’s with you wherever you go. It makes waiting alone in a supermarket line less boring. Although going solo is great, we’ve got to admit that there’s nothing like a good co-op on action-driven application right at your fingertips. Check out our list of multiplayer games that we’ve found interesting.
Try downloading any of these apps, and you’ll be able to organize your grocery and mall activities, as well as get the best deals in your area.
Whether you’re a new Android user, or you’re a Droid lover who hasn’t gotten around choosing an photo-sharing app, here’s our pick of the few that we feel deserve the download.
We all know that Skype is the pack leader when it comes to VoIPs, but with the arrival of Viber on Android a few months ago, has the playing field already been leveled?
We’ve all been guilty of playing these deceivingly simple and yet quite addicting apps for hours on end.
Here are a few Android apps you can check out in case you need a bit of motivation in the middle of your daily grind.
Share the love with your Android device with these applications that will definitely set the mood for your Red Day affair.
Shake, Raffle and Roll has a neat and instinctive interface, but although the app instructs you to shake your device to reveal the answer, a simple tap will actually do (which sort of defeats the entire concept, but we digress). It’s also great that the app has the option to turn off its background music, since it still needs a bit of work.
There have been many cases of rescued devices courtesy of the Bheestie bag, but the product doesn’t promise that it’ll have your soaked phone working good as new. If in case you find yourself clutching a dead Droid after 72 hours, at least you know that it died quite dry.
Before, we’ve presented you with a list of the best QWERTY Android phones for 2011, and most of them, if not all, are sliders. This comes as no surprise as sliders give the best of both worlds:... a large display and a physical QWERTY keypad, the latter being a rarity in an Android world ruled by purely touchscreen devices. But there are actually many users who crave for smartphones with keys whic...