I’ve been reading Cracked magazine since the mid 80’s and as a fan I was thrilled to find the official Cracked Reader Lite Android App in the market last week. Will the app solve world hunger or help you do your taxes? Nope, but most of their articles will leave you in stitches and put a smile on your face for the better part of the day.
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I'm a writer, artist and jack of all trades, currently living in the United States. I've always enjoyed gadgets, and made the switch to Android a little over a year ago. I currently write about pop culture, movies, and all things Android.
Customization is one thing that most of us love about having an Android and wallpapers & ringtones are usually the first steps people take when customizing their phones. There are a lot of options out there, but one called Zedge Ringtones & Wallpapers stands head and shoulders above the rest.
The big news this week for most of us was the rebranding of the Android Market into the oddness known as Google Play. Now it looks like that isn’t the only change that’s been made as Eric Chu who’s help to manage the team behind the market for over four years has stepped away. Chu will look at other opportunities inside Google as Jamie Rosenberg will step into his role.
One of the reasons I’ve always loved the Android market compared to iTunes is the fact that you never quite know what you’re going to come across. Such is the case with an odd new Android game/app called Sim Stone from Sugart.
Tote Notes is a new Android app that’s set to change the way to take notes with it’s simple and intuitive interface. Need to scribble something quickly? Don’t have a stylus? No problem, all you need to operate Tote Notes is your finger and your voice.
Are you a shutterbug? If so, there’s a new Android App you may want to check out called Photo 360° from Sfera and AMA Ltd. As the title implies Photo 360° allows you to take panoramic photos which might not sound all that impressive until you consider the fact that the app allows you to do panoramic pictures and audio in one fell swoop.
Since they first entered the market Full Fat Productions has let gamers flick footballs, soccer balls, and golf balls. This week they gave folks something else to flick with their newest Android game called Flick Nations Rugby.
Those Angry Birds we all know and love so well just got an update with the newest release of Angry Birds Seasons. No, they haven’t blasted off into Space just yet, but you can help them pop some piggies in the tranquil setting of the Japanese Cherry Blossom festival.
If you own an Android device and have browsed the Android market today, you’ve likely noticed a big change. Welcome to Google Play folks. Google decided to do away with the old market and combine all their offerings into one big marketplace area now known as Google Play.
RunnerGames recently took the Android market by storm with a little game called Ceramic Destroyer and now they’re back with another Android game called Skater Boy. The two games couldn’t be any more different, but they still manage to have one thing in common which is the fact that they’re both a blast to play.
As the Major League Baseball season is less than a month away, the first baseball apps of the year are slowly starting to arrive. While there’s no Yahoo Fantasy Baseball app yet, we did get a nice official app in the form of MLB.com At Bat 12. If you’re a baseball fan or a subscriber to MLB.TV you’ll definitely want to check this little Android app out.
Pick Pic Camera is a new Android App from Sony DNA that lets you shoot and pick the best pictures from the past or future. Is it a new fangled time machine of some sort? Sadly no, but it is a slick Camera app that lets you pick the perfect pic every time…
Want to be a Star? If the answer is yes, you’re going to get your chance thanks to a new Android game from Glu Mobile called Stardom: The A-List. This new celebrity sim lets you see what it’s like to live the life of the rich & famous while trying to make your way to the A-List.
Streaming media is just the way to go these days, and the Roku streaming media player is one of the best out there. Roku owners have something to be happy about today as Roku has finally released their official Android App that lets you control that awesome little box with your Android device.
ColoQ is a funky new Android game that puts you to work as a monster stomper. What makes ColoQ unique is the way you stomp the enemy as you’re battles won’t take place in a side-scrolling level, but on top of a large Rubik’s Cube like structure.