Android App Ratings & Reviews

Android App Reviews

Here is our list of Android App Reviews. We have reviewed some of the top android apps. If you would like your app reviewed, please visit the get app reviewed page.

Quick review: Zaxxon Escape Android Game

Recently, Sega released Zaxxon Escape, a remake of its first video game with a 3-D isometric perspective which first invaded the lives of kids twenty years ago. Said game was retooled, fine tuned and adapted to suit the preferences of today's mobile gamers. Does the game deserves your Android device's precious storage and of course your precious time? Here's our take on this space...

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Rayman Jungle Run review, could be the best Android platformer this year

For more than a week now, I've been playing Ubisoft's Rayman Jungle Run on my Nexus 7 tablet (and iPad 2!). In fact, I'm almost done with the game, having left only two special levels, but will get to that later. What I'm trying to say is that it's seldom that this happens to me - playing the same game on two platforms. This only means that the game was able to get me hooked. And ...

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Conquer the World one Bite at a Time in Infectonator for Android

Infectonator is a game about world domination, but you won’t be using robots or nukes to carry out the destruction. Well, actually there are nukes in the game but we’ll get to that later. Dealing death in Infectonator is done through the bite of a zombie and your goal is to infect and destroy every city on the planet. When you first start out in Infectonator you’re only arm...

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Quick review: Subway Surfers for Android

Previously released for iOS devices, Subway Surfers finally hit Google Play and is now yours for taking and playing on your Android devices. I installed it on both my Galaxy S3 and Google Nexus 7 and have been hooked into the game since then. In fact, most of my free time last weekend was spent trying to amass as much coins as possible and to reach the farthest point into the game....

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Android Game Review – The Enchanted Kingdom for Android

Herocraft’s The Enchanted Kingdom: Elisa’s Adventure has been out for a little while now, but recently got an update and a free version earlier this month. As I love anything free, I figured I’d finally give the game a proper play and after spending a few days traveling through Elisa's world here's what I thought...   The Enchanted Kingdom: Elisa’s Adventure follows...

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Quick Review of Plasmaworks Hooked on Words for Android

Words games are a dime a dozen and there’s have been quite a few pop up since Words with Friends hit it big. Hooked on Words by Plasmaworks is one of the latest, and it’s also one of the greatest I’ve played lately as it does things a bit differently than the rest. Hooked on Words is a Word Search game that has you trying to put together words from random tiles placed on th...

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Android Game Review – Alchemy Classic HD from Niasoft

Since the beginning of time Man has struggled to control the Elements… and generally we’ve failed. If you’d like to give it a go and think you’ve got the right stuff, there’s an Android Game called Alchemy Classic HD from Niasoft that might just be the thing for you. Alchemy Classic HD lets you play the Creator as you’ll try and combine the base elements of Fire, Air,...

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The Princess Bride Soundboard – Android App Review

One of my favorite movies growing up was The Princess Bride, and this year marks the 25th anniversary of that fine film. Android Apps involving the movie are few and far between, but we did find an awesome little soundboard by the folks at BlinkifYouCanHearMe. Ready to check it out? As…you…wishhhhhh…. The Princess Bride Soundboard let’s you relieve and remember some of...

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Quick Review – Logo Quiz by Bubble Quiz Games

Quiz games are always good fun, and there has been a big trend of created Logo Quiz games for Android lately. I just noticed one or two a few months ago, and now there’s seem to be dozens of copycat games. With that in mind I decided it was high time I check one out so I decided to go with one of the fist called Logo Quiz by Bubble Quiz Games. Logo Quiz puts your brain to the ...

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Quick Review – Full Fat’s Agent Dash for Android

Every gamer has a favorite genre, and honestly Endless Runners are at the bottom of my list. Agent Dash however is an Android game that does things a bit differently, and it’s one of the better games I’ve played this year regardless of genre. Agent Dash drops you into a world of action and intrigue as you play a Super Secret Agent that’s out on a mission. That mission is...

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Android Game Review – Gamevil’s Toy Shot for Android

Angry Birds started the mobile physics-flinging trend, and since it’s release there have been a slew of copy cats. Toy Shot from Gamevil is one of the latest to try that formula, and it’s also been one of the most successful as it’s truly been a blast to play.Toy Shot takes place in the land of Toy Kingdom where everyone’s full of sunshine and happiness. Well they were ...

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Quick Review of Pinterest Android app

Much as I wanted to make this a more comprehensive review, I'm afraid I have to do it as quickly as possible. Not because I'm too busy pinning images and building my Pinterest board but moreso because I'm really not a huge fan of Pinterest. Well, at least not yet as of now. So, up for review is the just release Pinterest app for Android. If you're an active Pinterest user, you'll...

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A Review of Organ Trail: Director’s Cut for Android

If you’re into Android gaming or mobile gaming in general you’ve probably heard of a little game that dropped last week by the name of Organ Trail: Director’s Cut. After spending the weekend killing of party members, scavenging, and dealing with my broken down station wagon it’s finally time to get down to business with our review of the Organ Trail. If you grew up in ...

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Quick Review – Coloring Book Doodle for Android

Overview There are scores of doodling & coloring Android apps out there, and we got a new one over the weekend called Coloring Book Doodle from Bejoy Mobile. If you like to doodle or are looking for a good way to keep the little ones busy you’ll definitely want to check this app out. Coloring Book Doodle lets you color like a pro with around 100 different coloring book p...

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HTC EVO 4G LTE Review For Sprint

Up for review today is the HTC EVO 4G LTE on Sprint.  It is essentially the HTC One X on Sprint with a few minor tweaks and branded as an EVO smartphone.  After handling the device for a few weeks, I've come to appreciate the great design and functionality of it, but the EVO 4G LTE is hampered by Sprint's tiny 4G LTE footprint.  It is hard to call the device a 4G LTE smartphone w...

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Toons Summer Games 2012 – Android Game Review

As the 2012 Summer Olympics are well under way I thought it was about time to take a look at a few Olympic themed Android games, and we’re going to start with my favorite Toons Summer Games 2012 from MobileMediaCom. Toons Summer Games 2012 is an Olympic game that takes me back to the good old days of the 80s as it reminds me a lot of a cult classic cartoon that aired called ...

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Asphalt 7: Heat Android Game Review

Overview: Having both Android and iOS devices gives me the luxury of comparing great mobile games which are released for both platforms. Asphalt 7: Heat is a great game. I’ve played, finished and enjoyed it on my iPad but not as much as I did on my Samsung Galaxy S3. Asphalt 7: Heat is the latest in Gameloft’s highly successful and long-running arcade racing game series. It ...

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Quick Review – Hero Identity: Dark Knight for Android

Overview As I finally caught the new Batman movie last night (awesome) I thought it would be fun to look at a few Dark Knight related Android Apps. Being as Gameloft’s sweet looking Batman game isn’t compatible with my new Quad-Core tablet we’re going to take a look at Hero Identity: Dark Knight from Juan Carlos Fabian. Have you ever wondered what Superhero you’d be? W...

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A Review of Noodlecake Studios Ready Steady Bang for Android

Overview I’ve always been a sucker for a good western, and The Quick and The Dead was one of my favorites. Ready Steady Bang is about as close as you’re going to get to a “Quick Draw” contest like they had in the movie, and while there’s no hot cowgirls in the game there is a quirky set of contestants. Gameplay Ready Steady Bang is a reflex game where you’ll put you...

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Quick Review – 3D Hunting: African Militia

I normally don't intentionally review "bad" Android games as there are more than enough to go around so I try and just bring showcase the good ones. Occasionally, I come across a game that looks like it'll be a winner only to find out it's not, and that's the case with 3D Hunting African Militia from Machineworks Northworks. As you'd expect 3D Hunting: African Militia is all abo...

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A Review of Apps Capital’s Kidskool: Veterinarian for Android

I am a big fan of kids games as I’m still a big kid myself, and they keep my nieces and nephews entertained on my tablet so I can play NCAA 13 or just zone out. Kidskool: Veterinarian is an interesting game for the little ones as it allows them to learn a thing or two, is kid friendly, and most importantly it’s fun. Kidskool: Veterinarian is a game full of mini-games that ...

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Android App Review – Markers by Daniel Sandler

Overview Last week we told you about a cool new Android drawing app, now we’re back with the review. Markers is the name of the app and it’s put out by developer Daniel Sandler. If you like to doodle on your phone, keep reading as Markers is an Android app you’ll definitely want to get. Simply put, Markers makes drawing on your tablet or phone easy. Yeah, there are count...

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Quick Review – Amazing Spider-Man 3D Live Wallpaper for Android

Overview Most of the world knows that everyone’s favorite web-slinger is a big thing right now; there are games, apps, and even live wallpapers. We’ve already talked about the game, and now we’re going to talk about a super slick LWP with Cellfish Studios Amazing Spider-Man 3D live WP. The Amazing Spider-Man 3D live wallpaper is one of the best I’ve seen, especially if...

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Quick Review – Flipboard for Android

Overview There are countless ways to read the news on your Android device, and you can add another Android app to that list with Flipboard for Android. I’ve heard a lot about the popular app this week since it was released, and I thought it was time to sit down and give it a proper write up. Does Flipboard live up to the hype or should it be called Flopboard instead? Call it...

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Quick Review – Speak and Spell for Android

Overview I decided to start the week off a bit Retro this time around, and nothing says Retro like the Speak and Spell Android App from Scott Weston. What's a Speak and Spell you ask? Blasphemy I say, but if you keep reading we'll explain this wonderful retro toy a bit better for those of you to young to remember it. If you were unlucky enough to be born in the past 10-15 year...

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Android App Review – CalcTape from SFR Software

Overview We’ve featured a few calculator Android apps in the past, but none are quite as cool and handy as CalcTape Smart Calculator from SFR Software. CalcTape makes arithmetic visible so you can see the calculations as you do them and it allows you to make you changes to your operations on the fly. CalcTape is an Android calculator app that’s reminiscent of those old sch...

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Quick Review – 100 Floors by Tobi Apps

Overview 100 Floors is a new Android game from the folks at Tobi Apps, and it’s one of the most frustrating games I’ve played in quite some time. As the name implies, the game involves a building with 100 floors and you’ll have to get though them all to clear the game. The premise behind 100 Floors is a simple one; there are 100 levels and each has a door that will take ...

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Quick Review – Plopp for Android

Plopp is a slick new puzzle game from Games2be that involves tiny little circles called plopps. Circles usually aren't that exciting, but that's not the case with the little plopps which tend to go "pop" and explode rather easily... Gameplay On any given stage in the game random plopps will appear and start to grow. As they grow you'll see points in the middle, and your goal is ...

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