This week we talk about Microsoft, lots of Google updates, Hearthstone on phones, Google Handwriting, and a lot more Android apps and games news!
Today Google announced to developers a brand new program called “Designed For Families” which lets app makers voluntarily submit their apps for additional review in order to be labeled “Designed for Families”.
It’s springtime and that means it’s almost time for golf! If you’re looking for some great golf apps, and more stuff to help your game, we got it for you.
For the first time ever, all six Star Wars movies are making their way to the digital arena, though Google Play, Amazon, and several other online services.
CyanogenMod is a popular ROM and one of the big reasons if for the themes. In this roundup, we’ll look at the best CyanogenMod themes (by develoeper).
Games of chance have always been popular thanks to its high tension and high stakes. Check out these best Android gambling games to feel the rush!
According to data collected by IDC and App Annie, freemium and in-app ad supported models are generating the most revenue for mobile app developers.
Managing your money can be a tedious task but it doesn’t have to be. Check out this list of the best Android budget apps for money management!
Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about the release of Tomb Raider, a Facebook app called Riff, and more Android apps and games news!
Yesterday, amid all the April Fools mayhem, Facebook took the wraps off Riff, a new app that let’s you and your Facebook friends create unique collaborative videos.