It’s now officially the Christmas season and that means it’s time to wrap up the best Android apps and games from November 2014!
This week we talk about MS Office for tablets, a bunch of Material Design updates for Google apps, Primecast, Call of Duty, and more Android apps news!
Google and Disney have unveiled the Disney Movies Anywhere service, making mobile access to movies from Disney, Pixar, and Marvel easier than ever before.
To focus their efforts on new games like Stars Wars Commander, Disney shuts the doors on Star Wars: Tiny Death Star and Star Wars Assault Team, forgets to warn players and developers first.
The weekend is upon us and with it comes all the fun and games we love. For the kiddos, playing video games is paramount and the latest deals from Disney will definitely keep them entertained.... Disney is having a 99-cent sale on most of its paid apps, but this offer is only available through the Amazon App Store.
We know many of you have stopped using (or never used) the Amazon App Sto...
Samsung has released a new Galaxy S4 ad and competition, this time with a Monsters University theme. The question is, what would Steve Jobs reaction have been to the idea of Samsung teaming up with Pixar to promote an Android phone!
Want to know what the best apps for the month of March 2013 was? We have your back with a list of the 15 best apps that were released in the month of March.
It looks like Disney and Imangi Studios are teaming up again, this time for the movie tie-in related to the upcoming Oz the Great and Powerful. The new crossover game is appropriately named Temple Run: Oz.
Have you ever wondered what Angry Birds would look like if it had been starred by the gang from Toy Story instead? Enter Toy Story: Smash It!, Disney’s latest physics-based puzzle game.
Want to keep yourself entertained until the movie “Oz: The Great and Powerful” is out in cinema? The latest Chrome Experiment will help take you on an interactive journey down the yellow brick road.