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Battle with Wizards in Coke and Codes Wizards of Yore for Android

Legends of Yore has been a fan favorite since it was released, and last week Coke and Code released another cool retro game called Wizards of Yore. If you’re thinking it’s a sequel to Yore or just another Rougelike game… think again. Wizards of Yore is just as pixely as Legends, but there’s...

The Official Cracker Jack App hits Google Play

It’s pretty safe to say that most people have heard of the molasses flavored popcorn known as Cracker Jacks. The Cracker Jack app is out to remind folks of the nostalgic candy, and it even offers up a little baseball to boot. Cracker Jacks have been around since 1896, and they got a huge boost in...

Unlocked HTC ONE: Now Available

The unlocked 32GB version of the HTC ONE is now available for $575. An unlocked phone is a cell phone that is not tied to specific service provider and will allow you to use whatever carrier you want. Unlocked phones are an ideal form of mobile device freedom. With the unlocked HTC ONE you can esse...

Facebook Home seeing a slow start one week later

It has been a little more than a week since the release of Facebook Home for Android. The initial launch was limited to the US and just yesterday reached the 500k download and installation mark from Google Play. This is a remarkably slow starting growth for this hyped up Facebook and Android colla...

Snoopy's Street Fair hits Google Play in Taiwan and Brazil

You may remember the name Beeline Interactive from the insanely popular game Smurf’s Village. Snoopy's Street Fair is another popular game from the developer, and a few weeks ago an Android version finally surfaced from the European division of the group. While it's only available in two regions ...

The Galaxy Note III rumored to come with a Plastic OLED Display

We’ve all heard the rumors about smartphones with flexible displays and plastic screens. If the latest rumor is true, Samsung will  introduce the first plastic OLED display on the device known as the Galaxy Note III. Samsung has dropped hints here and there about its next-gen display, and now ...

Snoopy’s Street Fair hits Google Play in Taiwan and Brazil

You may remember the name Beeline Interactive from the insanely popular game Smurf’s Village. Snoopy's Street Fair is another popular game from the developer, and a few weeks ago an Android version finally surfaced from the European division of the group. While it's only available in two regions ...

The Best New Android Games of the Week – April 22, 2013

This week’s edition of the Best New Android Games of the Week brings some great new Android Games to the table. Last week saw two popular games get sequels, and we got a third game featuring the hungry little alien known as Om Nom. There’s a little something for everyone, and we hope you en...

G5 Entertainment releases Art Mogul for Android

I've often had a love/hate relationship with G5 Entertainment, but their newest release has brought me back to the lovin' side of things. Art Mogul is a new hidden object game from the group, and it's not just about finding hidden things as you'll have to learn to wheel and deal in the Art world i...

The Best New Android Apps of the Week – April 21, 2013

Whether you’re looking for Android apps to make you laugh, take notes or keep your phone safe, this week’s edition of the Best New Android Apps of the Week has a little something for everyone. 1. One Today There are plenty of nonprofit’s out there to choose from if you want to make a ...

Cobra Mobile releases iBomber for Android

There are a slew of bomber games out there, and a few days back one of the more popular ones made its way to Google Play. iBomber is one in a series of Cobra Mobile Bomber games, and it’s quite a bit of fun if you games that make use of your gyroscope. iBomber is an Arcade style bombing game that...

Battle for Baseball Supremacy with Big Win MLB for Android

If you play sports-based card games, then you’ve probably played one of Hothead Games Big Win titles. Big Win MLB is the latest sports game from the group, and it’s also the first game to use actual players and teams instead of computer generated ones. Big Win MLB lets you step onto the diamond ...

Hungry? Can’t leave because you’re too deep into the game? Snapfinger will fill your gut

We have all been at the point where hunger trumps all, so we should thank the digital gods for Snapfinger. Whether you are in your office or involved in a game, at home or at a friend’s place, your stomach will rumble. There is no reason why hardworking and hard playing users should not have easy...

First Wood War brings a Unique RTS Game to Android

If you’re looking for a great RTS game, there’s a new one called First Wood War that you’ll want to check out. It’s an epic game involving little wooden soldiers, but not the type of wooden soldiers you’re probably thinking of… First Wood War is all about the trees. You control an army o...

Chairman Eric Schmidt announces impressive Google numbers

Earlier this week Google Chairman Eric Schmidt had some interesting things to say and some impressive numbers to reveal at the AllThingsD mobile conference. Schmidt talked to conference attendees and revealed that Google expected Android users to reach the 1 billion mark with the next six to nine m...

Quick Picks: Fist Face Fight for Android

Fist Face Fight is the tale of a giant fist with tiny legs that loves to kick ass. If you’re as warped as me, that alone is probably enough to make you want to play the game. If you’re curious, but not sold on the idea of a giant angry fist with feet, keep reading and maybe we’ll convince yo...

Google Play closes the gap with Apple App store

During November last year the Google Play store was literally 4 times behind in the struggle for mobile app distribution dominance. Since then Google Play has closed the gap in download and revenue generation to almost nothing. The Apple app store continues to grow. The game changer, however,  is...

Zeptolab's brings Double the Trouble to Android with Cut the Rope Time Travel

That hungry little monster known as Om Nom is back! Cut the Rope Time Travel is the latest and greatest from the brilliant minds at Zeptolab, and Om Nom is just as hungry as ever… Cut the Rope Time Travel follows Om Nom as he goes travels back in time to feed delicious candies to his ancestors. T...

Zeptolab’s brings Double the Trouble to Android with Cut the Rope Time Travel

That hungry little monster known as Om Nom is back! Cut the Rope Time Travel is the latest and greatest from the brilliant minds at Zeptolab, and Om Nom is just as hungry as ever… Cut the Rope Time Travel follows Om Nom as he goes travels back in time to feed delicious candies to his ancestors. T...

Bass Professor’s Fishing Paradise 3D hits Google Play

Fishing games are a natural fit for touchscreen devices, and we got a new one a few days ago with Fishing Paradise 3D from Bass Professor. Does the “Bass Professor” truly know his stuff or is Fishing Paradise just another boring fishing game? Fishing Paradise 3D lets you gear up and hit the wat...

CoSync to open the door to Inter-device sharing

A development team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has created a system called CoSync that will allow the sharing of mobile device features through blue tooth or Wifi connections. This team, led by Eyal Toledano, intends for the CoSync system to allow mobile devices to share features ...

Dungeon Hunter 4 finally arrives for Android

If you are a fan of Gameloft's Diablo-esque Dungeon Hunter games you can now breathe a sigh of relief.  Gameloft has finally released Dungeon Hunter 4 for Android, and the people of Valenthia are awaiting your arrival... If you’re unfamiliar with the popular Dungeon Hunter series, they are basic...

Android 5.0 Key Lime: What We Want to See

Android 5.0 Key Lime Google loves to wait until the last possible minute to let us know what we’re getting with a new Android Operating System, the Search Engine Giant does love their secrets; Android 5.0 Key Lime is no different. Expectations are that in the upcoming Google I/O Conference (May 1...

The Best New Android Games of the Week – April 15, 2013

1. Scribblenauts Remix Word games are a dime a dozen, but there’s nothing out there quite like Scribblenauts Remix. If you can spell it, you can basically create it as long as you stick to nouns and adjectives. You’ll create objects to solve puzzles, and the freeplay mode will keep you busy...

Blackberry Winner in an ‘I Will Never Buy’ Poll

Blackberry, Android, Apple, Poll of Brand Preferences The results of a recent survey might not be news, but how it was asked is. Participants were asked what smartphone brands that they would never buy, no matter what. The clear winner (or looser depending on how you look at it) was Blackberry; wi...

Brooklyn Designer Creates a Concept Mockup of New Gmail UI for Android

A few weeks ago a Brooklyn designer created the concept art for a possible Gmail user interface make over. For Android users Gmail is an essential app that often creates the backbone of one Google user experience. Having a Gmail account is important because without one the full functionality of G...

The Best New Android Apps of the Week – April 14, 2013

It’s Sunday which means we’re back with another edition of the Best New Android Apps of the Week. From Facebook Home to a new photo sharing app by the name of Rango, there are several slick new apps to choose from this week. 1. Serious Paint Free If you enjoy creating on your favorite A...

Google Music Throws a Tax Day Flash Sale

Everyone loves a good sale, including the folks at Google. With the Tax deadline approaching, they've decided to throw a Tax Day Flash Sale on Google Music and there are plenty of great deals to be had across a wide variety of genres. As with most Google Music sales the prices per album range betwee...

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