It sometimes feels as though half of the apps on Google Play are launchers. But this one is different – I promise.
This week we have a unique weather app, a creepily alien platformer, and a couple of Square Enix games.
In many ways, this is an Android developer’s dream. So what does it feel like?
Your phone is resting on the table; you pick it up, and it flicks on. You didn’t press anything — it just knows.
Pencil is a Bluetooth stylus that tries to help you forget you’re working on an iPad.
The Oppo N1 is an Android phone that runs CyanogenMod out of the box and has hardware features you won’t see on any other phone, like a rotating camera and a rear touch panel.
This week we have a crazy price drop on OfficeSuite Pro 7, as well as nice sales on ROM Toolbox and other utilities.
It can take years of dedicated work to become a truly good programmer; so is there a way to choose the right language to start from today, in order to get hired tomorrow?
Your friends know you, and they know when you’re trying to be funny. Twitter doesn’t.
This week there’s a massive Gameloft sale, including hits like Modern Combat 4 and The Dark Knight Rises, all reduced from $7 down to just one buck!
Wikipedia’s mobile website almost feels like an app. But if “almost” doesn’t cut it for you, you’re going to be interested in WikiExplorer.
Up until recently there was simply no good way to do this from a smartphone.