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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...

Defend your Bunker from the Germans in Hills of Glory 3D

AMA finally released Hills of Glory 3D last week, and as a fan of Hills of Glory WWII it’s a game I’ve been looking forward to. The first game was a blast and really put your reflexes to the test while the follow-up looks to improve upon the original with slick graphics and new missions. Ready...

Android is expected to pull ahead in the Tablet Wars

  ABI Research has predicted that Android will take the lead in tablet sales of the 2013 tablet wars. In the past Apple has lead the way with a comfortable sales margin that that will see a predicted decline of 38%. The PC has seen a remarkable decline in sales as tablets become more and m...

Scribblenauts Remix hits the Amazon App Store

Amazon still lags behind Google Play in terms of quantity and quality, but occasionally they get exclusives that rock your socks off. Scribblenauts Remix is one of those exclusives and its hands down the best Android game we’ve seen Amazon snag before Google Play. Scribblenauts Remix is a mobil...

Android Tech Can Hack a Plane

Android Smartphones Can Hack an Airplane So if you were already afraid to fly here’s a new reason to take the bus instead. The technology on your Android smartphone can actually give you the ability to hack a plane and even control it while it’s in the air. According to Teso Hugo while speaking...

Google and Apple accused of using litigation as advertisement

It seems that we hear about a new lawsuit between Google and Apple on a bi-weekly basis these days. At the start it appeared like a normal way for these two technology giants to behave in the midst of a heated battle for mobile supremacy. Later we started to notice the regularity of these lawsuits ...

Samsung intros Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Mega 6.3 smartphones

While the world is patiently awaiting for the availability of its latest flagship smartphone, Samsung has announced two new smartphones with huge screen display. These two new smartphones are the Galaxy Mega 5.8 and Galaxy Mega 6.3 which according to Samsung combines the best of both smartphone and...

The Best Free Tablet Apps for Android

Google Play is a lot like life these days, nothing is truly free. Even free apps have hidden purchases, and you have to dig to find good apps that are fully functioning (for the most part) and free. Tablet apps are even harder to sift through as they aren’t as many of them, and some are obviously ...

Tumblr reintroduces itself with a new look

Tumblr was launched back in February of 2007 and it has seen its share of success and drawbacks. Tumblr is a microblogging and social networking service and website that as of March 2, 2013 had over 96.1 million blogs and more than 44.3 billion total posts. Due to the fast paced rate of development...

The Kyocera Torque can take some punishment

The Kyocera Torque is the next offering from sprint that is targeted toward mobile device users that are a little rougher than usual with their tech. The Kyocera Torque was designed with one major concern in mind and that was durability. The new Sprint phone is the next in line of utilitarian styled...

Android GameStick to be delayed

The Kickstarter marketing campaign for the $79 GameStick Android console has out preformed expectations and in response backers have been notified that they will not be seeing their units until late June. GameStick was expecting to manufacture 1000 units for its release roll out but was forced to t...

The Best New Android Games of the Week – April 8, 2013

We may have missed last week’s roundup of new Android games, but we’re back on track this week’s edition of the Best New Android Games of the Week… 1. Magicka Paradox Interactive unleashed Magicka: Wizards of the Square Tablet a few weeks ago and if you dig games with a magical twist, ...

Facebook Home is here and the Ads are right around the corner

Facebook Home, like all aggressive business moves, has a basic goal of enterprise expansion and revenue generation. The Facebook Home demonstration showed off a sleek interface and user friendly environment made to seamlessly merge your social media experience into our everyday mobile device usage. ...

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