Android Indie Games you have to own We’re kicking off the spring season with our all-new weekly android gaming column. We’ve spent the last few days going through some of the hottest titles released by Android Indie Games’ Developers on the Google Play Store. Here is part of our ongoing
I can’t sleep… wait… sleep apps? How many times have I heard that from friends and family? How many times have I said those same things to friends and family? Asking yourself those questions, the answer is almost always, “too many times.” Sleep may be something that many of us
Android Apps News: While you were out – March 21-27 It’s been a whole seven days since you last checked in! Here’s what happened in Android Apps News while you were away: Netflix brings a much awaited mobile data saver to Android Let’s start off with the heavy hitter this week.
It’s Saturday’s New Android Apps of the Week! It’s Saturday and that means New Android Apps Day. Every Saturday we scour the charts and look for that one App that actually makes your life a little bit better. This weekend we have a new addition to the Google Play Family.
Android Party Planning…Thank God it’s Friday When is a good time for a celebration? FRIDAY. Whether it’s a huge promotion or that you won your divorce settlement, parties are seen as a time of making new friends, visiting with old acquaintances, and just letting it all hang out. Android Party
Some of the wealthiest app developers in the world made millions and even billions from mobile messaging, gaming and social networking apps. This infographic explores these app developers and how they made their millions, plus how they choose to spend it. infographic source: irishapps.org
Best Car Shopping Apps Ahh… that new car smell. It makes you swoon sometimes. There are guys and gals alike that would place that smell above many others. For a moment you’re caught up in the newness of everything. You breathe in that collective scent of new leather, vinyl, and
Android Apps News: While you were out – March 14-20 It’s another week come and gone in the official start of spring for those in the Northern Hemisphere. Here’s what happened in Android Apps News while you were away: Update on the Stagefright Security Flaw Stagefright may not be a
Root Explorer Something that we’ve always liked was the ability to look through and augment our devices in the way that we see fit–at least those of you that pay for your devices outright. For the uninitiated we’ll explain the differences really quick between the free version and the paid version of Root
With toddlers today being brought up on smartphones and tablets, it can often be futile to deprive your child of such gadgets while they’re at school. But you can still make sure they’re practicing safe internet habits, and aren’t putting themselves (or your bank account) at risk by following the