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Developers Don't Like Programming Android Games

Developers Don't Like Programming Android Games It might sound hard to believe, but at currently most programmers don’t like developing games for Android or its devices. Why? Two main reasons: Firstly, many developers just find it difficult to program games on Android, but that is attributed to the fact that Android is still a fairly young mobile OS. Developers had said the same about the Apple mobile OS when it was young, between Apple and developers working at it the Apple OS became a grea...

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Developers Don’t Like Programming Android Games

Developers Don’t Like Programming Android Games It might sound hard to believe, but at currently most programmers don’t like developing games for Android or its devices. Why? Two main reasons: Firstly, many developers just find it difficult to program games on Android, but that is attributed to the fact that Android is still a fairly young mobile OS. Developers had said the same about the Apple mobile OS when it was young, between Apple and developers working at it the Apple OS became a grea...

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Glu Mobile releases Frontline Commando D-Day for Android

Glu Mobile releases Frontline Commando D-Day for Android Shooters are hit or miss on a Mobile device, so it’s always nice to see a solid new one come along like Glu Mobiles Frontline Commando D-Day. The original Frontline Commando pitted you against the troops of a ruthless dictator, but the follow-up takes a different approach as it drops you on the beach right smack dab in the middle of D-Day. Frontline Commando D-Day lets you lead the charge against the Axis powers as you step into the role of ...

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Google and Android Take a Step Toward Realizing the Universal Translator

Google and Android Take a Step Toward Realizing the Universal Translator Imagine being anywhere on the planet and having access and the ability to communicate in any language. The concept of a universal translator was made popular by the original Star Trek television series. Google and Android have taken the first steps to bring this next generation technology into reality by introducing offline translation access to the Google Translate App for Android. For the moment Google will allow access to fifty different lang...

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An Official Chuck E. Cheese App hits Google Play

An Official Chuck E. Cheese App hits Google Play If you were a red blooded American child, you probably made a trip to Chuck E. Cheese growing up. If you were unlucky enough to never get a pizza party there, today’s your lucky day as an official Chuck E. Cheese App has just hit Google Play. The Chuck E. Cheese App is officially called "Chuck E.’s Say Cheese!", but for simplicity sake we’re going with  the Chuck E. Cheese App. While the app won’t magically transport you back to your ch...

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The Humble Mobile Bundle for Android is Live

The Humble Mobile Bundle for Android is Live I always enjoy seeing a new Humble Bundle for Android arrive, and the last one brought some great games into the Play Store. The Humble Mobile Bundle has just been released, and things are just a little bit different this time around... The previous Android Humble Bundles offered up killer Android games, but threw in PC & Mac copies of the game as well along with soundtracks whenever they were available. The new Humble Mobile Bundle still ...

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Verizon Is Preloading the Playphone Games Portal Store to New Android Devices

Verizon Is Preloading the Playphone Games Portal Store to New Android Devices Verizon intends to pre-load all new mobile Android devices with Playphone’s new social gaming network and game store application called The Playphone Games Portal. It appears that Verizon has found a means through Playphone to circumvent Google’s Play Store by offering developers a means of direct carrier billing for games and in game purchases. This concept is bringing the past issues with family plans and text message billing to the foref...

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Herocraft goes Tactical with Strategy & Tactics World War II for Android

Herocraft goes Tactical with Strategy & Tactics World War II for Android From Farm Frenzy to KiKORiKi, you never know what Herocraft is going to release next, and this week it’s a cool new strategy game by the name of Strategy & Tactics: World War II. Strategy & Tactics: World War II lets you replay some of the greatest battles of yesteryear as you’ll take control of the Axis Powers in order to conquer Europe, before taking over as the Allies to take it back. Definitely a different approach to things, and...

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Gameloft looks to be gearing up for an Iron Man 3 Android Game Tomorrow

Gameloft looks to be gearing up for an Iron Man 3 Android Game Tomorrow Yesterday Gameloft dropped an interesting tweet, followed by an even more interesting picture. Recognize those glowing eyes in the picture? If you don’t, you’re obviously not a fan of old Shellhead and are in the dark about the upcoming Iron Man 3 movie. Gameloft has released several movie tie-in games over the past few years, and if the twit-pic and message of “Warming up the main core…” is to be believed we’ll be seeing an Iron M...

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Evernote for Android gets an Update and New Features

Evernote for Android gets an Update and New Features Evernote is one of the most popular Android apps around and today it just got a nice update to Evernote 5.0. The Android app is getting a new look, and some cool new features to boot. Evernote 5 is a big update that gives the app a slick new look, and adds several cool new camera features including Multi-Shot and Page Camera. Multi-shot lets you take multiple pictures and save them to a single note while the Page Camera mode allows you to take p...

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The MiiPC brings a kid friendly Android PC to the table for $99

The MiiPC brings a kid friendly Android PC to the table for $99 There are a lot of Kid Friendly PC’s out there, but the MiiPC is looking to change the game with its tiny footprint and choice of operating system. It’s going to run Android 4.2, and it’s got some great features that will make sure your kid stays on track and doesn’t end up in the darker parts of the internet. The MiiPC gives kids easy access to the internet where they’ll be able to do all the usual things like play games, watch vide...

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The Top New Android Games of the Week – March 25, 2013

The Top New Android Games of the Week – March 25, 2013 This week's list of the Top New Android Games offers up a new game from Disney, battles on rafts, and new games that are slick enough to impress even the most hardcore console gamer. There were some great releases last week, and we picked out 8 that we though were the best of the bunch... 1. Raft Pirates 6waves released an interesting MMO or sorts last week called Raft Pirates. It’s a pirate game that allows you to put together your own fle...

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Android in Space

Android in Space Calling a smartphone OS ‘Android’ has always had a bit of a futuristic, outer-space type of tone to it; but in reality Android smartphones have actually been in space for a few years now. The Human Exploration and Tele-robotics Project or HET being lead by NASA's Ames Research Center that uses SPHERES, which stands for ‘Synchronized Position Hold, Engage, Reorient, Experimental Satellites’ has been using Nexus S smartphones running on And...

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Google Announces Android Based Smartwatch

Google Announces Android Based Smartwatch Within days of Samsung’s announcement that they are working on a smartwatch, Google made a similar announcement. The same super-secret lab that brought you the Google Glass; the Android based glasses, is now working on an Android smartwatch. This new Android based smartwatch will have many of the same features of a smartphone such as: Wi-Fi capabilities, a camera, a flip-up display, GPS abilities, health monitoring, alarms, email, notifications...

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Unigine brings a Different Kind of Naval Warfare to Andriod with Oil Rush

Unigine brings a Different Kind of Naval Warfare to Andriod with Oil Rush Oil Rush 3D Naval Strategy is a killer new Android game from the folks at Unigine. It’s a game about a worldwide flood and mankind’s rush for oil in the wake of disaster; it’s also eerily similar to Waterworld which isn’t necessarily a bad thing… Oil Rush is a real-time strategy game that puts you to work taking over oil platforms in a world savaged by an environmental apocalypse. You’ll take control of a fleet (jetski’s included...

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The Top New Android Apps of the Week – March 24, 2013

The Top New Android Apps of the Week – March 24, 2013 1. Google Keep Google finally put out their note taking app this past week, and it quickly became a lock for the top spot in our list of the  Top Android Apps of the Week. Google Keep lets you keep track of your thoughts through notes, lists, and pictures; you can even have voice notes transcribed for you automatically. It’s simple to use, streamlined for Android (it is Google after all), and it's an Android app you’ll definitely want t...

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Namco Bandai releases Pac-Man Tournaments for Android

Namco Bandai releases Pac-Man Tournaments for Android In 1980 world got its first glimpse of Pac-Man and it’s been a mainstay in gaming and pop-culture ever since. Pac-Man Tournaments is the latest attempt to bring old chompy into modern times and I’m happy to say Namco Bandai has done a smashing job with the newest iteration of Pac-Man. Pac-Man Tournaments is a reproduction of the classic Pac-Man game with a few new features thrown in. The classic mode is still the same as you remember it co...

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Realtech VR unleashes the Brotherhood of Violence for Android

Realtech VR unleashes the Brotherhood of Violence for Android We’ve been following Realtech VR since No Gravity hit Android, and their latest game looks to be one of the coolest games they’ve released. Brotherhood of Violence not only has an awesome name, it’s an awesome game that’s jam-packed with over 400 different opponents. Brotherhood of Violence is a fighting game with a helluva storyline. I won’t spoil it for you, but it’s epic and it looks like it continues throughout the game from wh...

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Walmart’s Scan & Go App Coming to Android

Walmart’s Scan & Go App Coming to Android I think just about everyone can agree that standing at the long checkout lines in Wal-mart can be a bit annoying, most people don’t even like going into Wal-mart to begin with. In August 2012 Walmart kicked of a small test of the Scan & Go system; first testing it out at one location in Arkansas, then bumping that up to 70 stores, and soon to be around 200 stores. The Scan & Go system allows shoppers to scan the barcodes of their produ...

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Plunder and Build in 6waves Raft Pirates for Android

Plunder and Build in 6waves Raft Pirates for Android Being a pirate isn’t as glamorous as the movies make it out to be, but it sure can be a lot of fun. Raft Pirates from 6waves takes an interesting approach to the whole pirate shtick as you command a raft full of wacky weapons and battle it out on the high seas. Raft Pirates is a pirate themed MMO that puts you in command of a raft with the goal of being the best pirate you can be. Pirates are all about plundering, and there’s plenty of that ...

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Test your Gaming Aptitude with Taptitude for Android

Test your Gaming Aptitude with Taptitude for Android Mini-games are a great way to pass the time, but they usually don’t have much depth. Taptitude is a new Android Game that aims to prove mini-games can offer deep gameplay as it wraps more than 75 mini-games into an interesting package. Taptitude is setup a lot different than other mini-games as the game are spread out across 10 different tiers. You’ll need to earn stars from playing to unlock the next tier of games and your star output is ...

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Google Play set to get a whole new look with Google Play 4.0

Google Play set to get a whole new look with Google Play 4.0 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. Google has decided to forgo the old dark look of the Play Store and is set to replace it with a clean white interface with a minimalistic feel. As you can clearly see the UI has b...

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Make Custom Vibration Alerts with Vybe for Android

Make Custom Vibration Alerts with Vybe for 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. Sometimes you have to keep your phone on silent, but it’s not always convenient to pull out your phone every time you feel it vibrate. This is where an a...

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Chameleon Launcher for Android smartphone now available on Google Play

Chameleon Launcher for Android smartphone now available on Google Play Chameleon Launcher, an alternative app for the stock Android home screen has been around Google Play for quite some time now. But only a select few can download the app back then. Now, as the new version of Chameleon Launcher has been released, the download restriction has been lifted. In addition, a new version made specifically for Android smartphone was also outed. Priced a bit lower than the tablet version, Chameleon Launcher for Phone lets ...

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Google releases Keep, a brand-new note-taking Android app

Google releases Keep, a brand-new note-taking Android app It's not very often that we see Google releases an Android app that is as simple and yet useful as the new Google Keep for Android. Said app which is available now on Google Play is a pretty simple note-taking app in the likes of Evernote, Any.Do and other which allows you to keep tabs of your thoughts be it in the form of text, voice or photos. The Google Keep Android app stores your notes in the cloud giving you access no matter what device y...

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Go for the Gold in Potshot Pirates 3D for Android

Go for the Gold in Potshot Pirates 3D for Android 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. Once upon a time there was a pirate named Joe Elusive and he liked to hid his gold just like all paranoid pirates do. Unfortunately Joe has a bit of a memory issue and he’s forgotten where he hid his ...

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The Official 9GAG Android App hits Google Play

The Official 9GAG Android App hits Google Play If you like humor chances are you’ve heard of a site called 9GAG. If you haven’t browsed the site you really don’t know what you’re missing, but now’s your chance to find out with the official 9GAG Android app. 9GAG is a great source for humor on the net including fail pics, Rage comics, and Memes of course. Lots and lots of Memes. The 9GAG Android app basically lets you browse the site from your mobile where you can vote, share, and...

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The Croods – Building a Prehistoric Paradise for a Price

The Croods – Building a Prehistoric Paradise for a Price 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. The Croods is movie tie-in game that follows a Stone Age family as they try to build their own Prehistoric Paradise. The thing that makes The Croods interesting is the setting, and Rovio h...

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