Android apps ESPN Fantasy Football, FedEx, Mighty Text, and Remember the Milk have received updates this week, so let’s take a look at the important changes.
If you are a fan of tower defense games, you’ll be happy to know that Fieldrunners 2 has now arrived to Google Play.
Amazon, though severely hijacked, is still Android. The walled-off ecosystem doesn’t lend itself to much outside interference, much less Play Store interaction. That makes for another hurdle developers have to negotiate before getting their apps onto the platform.
Now it’s possible for American fans to read their favourite Archie Comics stories on their Android devices as over 500 issues of the series are now available to read on Google Play.
A week after launch, Facebook Home has hit 500,000 downloads on the Google Play Store. With all the one star ratings we begin to question how many people are still actually using the application.
Looking for the best apps for movie and TV streaming? Well we’ve compiled a list for you to help find the best streaming apps for Android.
Yahoo today released its Mail app for iOS and Android tablets, which offers a clean and fluid full-screen magazine-like experience.
Popular apps LinkedIn, Pocket, and Wordpress have each received some important updates in the last few days, so here’s the run down of what’s been fixed and what’s brand new.
The Google Play Store is off to a great 2013. According to new data from App Annie, first quarter app revenue was up 90 percent from Q4 2012.
Drag-racing game CSR Racing is now available on Google Play. CSR Racing is free to download, with in-app purchases for keen racers that want to buy upgrades and extra cars to help get an edge over their opponents.