In this week’s Android Apps Weekly, we talk about Cyanogen’s new email app, saying goodbye to PlayStation Mobile, and hello to Five Nights at Freddy’s 3!
Sony will discontinue the PlayStation Mobile for Android program, after the service failed to catch on in its two years of availability.
How much do aesthetics matter? Is this enough to keep the Sony Xperia L afloat in a sea of midrange competition? Find out in our review.
Sony is planning to equip its Xperia-branded Android smartphones with native support for controllers originally meant to be used on the Sony PS3.
While there’s no shortage of free games available for Android devices, more is always better, right? Thanks to HTC and Playstation Mobile, owners of select HTC phones will be offered a free game a week until the end of February.
Sony is feeling generous and has decided to start giving out some free games over the next six weeks, starting on each Wednesday. This week’s offering is Samurai Beatdown and you can get it from PlayStation Mobile.
The new PlayStation Mobile was finally launched in October, bringing Sony’s treasure trove of games to certified Android devices. Aside from the obvious, the mobile gaming platform should theoretically run on several HTC and Sharp phones as well. If your device isn’t supported, here’s how to get in on the PS gaming fun.
PlayStation Mobile has been in the pipeline for a while now, but the wait is finally over. Today the new cross-platform service launches and will work with all Android certified devices, as well as the PlayStation Vita.
Sony’s PlayStation Mobile will be open for business on the Android platform from October 3. It’s basically a section in the PlayStation Store which Sony will use to sell a hand-picked selection of “bite-sized games” for Android smartphones and tablets.
HTC writes off $40 million investment in OnLive as the company’s financial woes continue.