Microsoft released some free apps, Google releases a virtual tidal wave of Material Design updates, new games are great, and more awesome apps news!
Today’s indie app of the day is Fancred. This is a social network geared toward sports fans. It’s like if Facebook merged with ESPN. Check it out!
Android sports games have taken longer to develop than other genres but we are now seeing an emergence of good ones. Here are the best Android sports games.
Just getting started on Android? Let’s take a look at the best free Android apps to help you get started on your awesome journey!
The Winter Olympics 2014 starts in just a few days. Are you prepared? If not, theScore has updated their app with some awesome features for the Olympics.
Not only does Space Sports lets players compete in multiple sports, it also offers the chance to win actual tickets to real sports!
As a hardcore fan of PC football management simulation games ever since Football Manager was known as Championship Manager, I never thought this genre could work on mobile devices. Still, Sega tackled this very difficult task for the first time last year, when it launched FM Handheld 2012.
Map My Tracks OutFront is possibly the easiest and most satisfying way to keep interested parties locked into your live sports events participation.
The app-based world has burst onto the scene and is here to stay. Any requirement you might have, there’s probably an app for it. How about if handheld devices could replace our personal... trainers as well?
That is exactly what Endomondo Sports Tracker hopes to do. Hugely popular and the highest rated app of its kind, Endomondo “makes fitness fun” and is perfectly suite...
It’s shaping up to be an amazing summer for sports fanatics, with the UEFA Euro 2012 going on, Wimbledon starting today, and the Summer Olympics 2012 beginning later next month in London.... With Euro 2012 and Wimbledon overlapping over the next few weeks, many might find it difficult to keep track of what is going on in the sports world. To help in this regard, at least when it comes to Wim...