Google shocked us all when they changed the Android market into the Play Store, and they’re set to raise a few eyebrows with the Google Play 4.0 update. There’s no name change this time around, just a major facelift that leaves the Play Store with a fancy new look.
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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.
One of the first things people do when they get a new Android device is change their ringtone and there are hundreds of Android apps for that. Vybe Custom Vibrations is the first app we’ve come across that lets you change the vibration pattern of phone calls, and it can also handle texts.
There’s a new trend going on with physics flingers where games let you pan around the objects you’re trying to hit. Potshot Pirates 3D is the latest game to try the new firing formula and I’m happy to say they’ve pulled it off quite well.
Some of us have a bit of MacGyver in our blood, while others can’t use a hammer. Skillset’s aside, Instructables is a great site for cool projects, and last week the official Instructables app hit Google Play.
A few weeks back we talked about Rovio & Dreamworks team up for The Croods game and a few days ago it finally arrived. It’s Rovio’s second venture outside the world of Angry Birds, and this time around they’ve chosen to go the full-on freemium route.
It’s Monday which means it’s time for another list of the Top New Android Games of the Week. Last week saw some great Android games released including a super sequel, gun toting squids, and a dungeon runner that will keep you busy for ages. There’s a little something for everyone so sit back, relax, and enjoy our picks for the Top New Android Games from the past week…
It’s pretty safe to say that Tekken is a classic, and a lot of us would love to see it on Android in some form. Namco Bandai is set to make that happen, but not in the way you might think. Tekken Card Tournament has been in Beta since earlier this year, and now there’s a Beta Android version you can check out for yourself.
The Walking Dead is one of the top shows on television, and AMC’s The Walking Dead: Dead Yourself App lets you get in on the fun. If you’ve ever wondered what you’d look like as a walker, now’s your chance to find out…
This week’s picks for our list of the Top New Android Apps of the Week include apps that let you change your appearance, build crazy projects, and keep you safe while your texting. There’s a little something for everyone so sit back, relax, and enjoy our list of the Top New Android Apps of the Week.
Google Play is full of Match-3 games. There are plenty of games that let you match jewels, animals, and brightly colored balls, but none actually use color as a weapon. Trinket Studios Color Sheep does just that as you take on colorful wolves using Woolson, a sheep with an amazing talent…
Squids was one of the best RPG’s on Android last year, and last week Strastar Communications released the sequel dubbed Squids Wild West. The publisher may have changed, but Squids Wild West is just as solid as the original.
For the past several years Samsung has fired up the hype machine for the release of a new Galaxy phone, and this year has been just as crazy as the past two. The Samsung Galaxy S4 has finally been announced, and now it’s time to take a look at the facts and put the rumors to rest.
If you’ve ever wondered what your ancestors may have looked like there’s an app for that. The Croods: Crood-ify Yourself is a new Android app from Dreamworks that lets you see what you’d look like as part of The Croods. Yup, it’s a movie tie-in app and it’s the 2nd one this we’ve seen this week for the new Dreamworks flick.