In the coming days, we foresee a lot of traveling, eating, talking and catching up with relatives and friends for folks who plan to go home for the Thanksgiving holiday. If you’re thinking of getting some new games to accompany you on the road, Gameloft is here with its gifts of the season.
We don’t usually like to play favorites, but if we were to choose between Google Play and Amazon’s Appstore, we would go for Android’s primary source of apps anytime.
Some good news for those sporting a Kindle Fire in the UK, the Netflix app has recently been made available in the Amazon Appstore.
Amazon has kicked off their Halloween celebration and it means a week full of Halloween themed apps for those visiting the Amazon Appstore. The app of the day today is Slashing Pumpkins and tomorrow will bring Halloween Mahjong with a few more to follow through the 31st.
When you think of Crytek, what comes to mind? For most of us it is games like Far Cry and Crysis. Don’t let these titles fool you into thinking that Crytek can only do hardcore gaming, though. The casual-oriented Fibble – Flick n’ Roll quietly landed on Android back in September, offering a dramatically different kind of gaming experience.
A startup from India wants to enable users to run Android apps from anywhere — even without a smartphone or tablet. AppSurfer has a basic concept: run any Android app from your web browser.
Amazon’s AppStore might not have a massive global presence yet, but they are continuing to expand at a rapid pace. In June, the company opened up their app store to Germany, the UK, France, Italy and Spain. Now the are bringing their successful Google Play alternative to Japan as well.
Android is continuing to dominate the worldwide smartphone market. Google’s open approach with Android is often cited as a major reason for the platform’s success, but recent events beg the question of whether that openness is a double-edged sword.
The Amazon App Store has a long way to go before you can compare it to the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. They are making some headway, though, and this time it is with a maintenance update. With device targeting, customers will have an easier time finding the apps they need and developers will have an easier time managing the apps they develop.
If Mojang’s Minecraft Pocket Edition has been on your gaming radar, you’ll be ecstatic to hear that it has finally landed on Amazon Appstore for $7.