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For those looking for an easy way to unlock your Android device, look somewhere other than the Google Play Store. CyanogenMod recently received notice from Google that their CyanogenMod Installer application had to be removed from the Google Play Store. The team at CyanogenMod complied with Google’s request and voluntarily removed the application.…Read More »
Blackberry made a bold move separating the BBM app for use on non-Blackberry devices. It was a brilliant idea, and many users were excited about the release of BBM on Android and iOS devices. Maybe too many people were excited. Since its release, BBM has drawn a lot of 5-star reviews, which makes you wonder who’s writing the reviews.…Read More »
After multiple leaks detailing the design and specifications, now the price of the Nexus 5 has been leaked. Thanks to Google which accidentally added the Nexus 5 to its list of devices on the Play Store along with the price of the upcoming and the much awaited smartphone.…Read More »
Chromecast is a computer-smartphone-tablet-to-TV streaming dongle that costs just $35 and works with Windows, Mac, Android, and iOS devices.
Sad news for those who bought a Google Chromecast device with the intention of streaming their own local/offline content on their television screen.…Read More »
Piracy on Android is a big problem for developers, it is one of the main reasons why there’s more free content in the Google Play Store compared to paid content. Additionally, it is also the reason why many developers choose to create content first for iOS.…Read More »
Apple has banned Joyful Executions, a game where you play as the commander of a North Korean firing squad.
The goal is to “process endless waves of various enemies of the state to keep the Divine Leader happy,” which basically means you execute defenseless “traitors” via firing squad.…Read More »
Edward Snowden, who I’m sure we all know by now as the whistleblower that leaked the US government’s PRISM program, has his very own video game. It’s an endless runner too.
If you’ve ever played games like Temple Run or Canabalt, you’ll know exactly how to play it.…Read More »
Google Editions (stock Android and unlocked) of HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 now available on Play Store
The time is now, people. If you’re one of those people who say they can’t stand custom skins like HTC Sense or TouchWiz, or if you’re someone that swears by the Nexus devices for their pure Google experience, but have been craving for more powerful hardware, it’s time to head on over to the Google Play Store — the Google Editions of the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 are now available.…Read More »
For users that prefer stock Android over the usual manufacturer skins that we often see, it’s been a pretty good year. During Google’s I/O 2013 developer conference, the company dropped a bomb and announced that a Samsung Galaxy S4 with stock Android and unlocked bootloader would be making its way to the Play Store.…Read More »
Why, this was a pleasant little surprise. If you’re unhappy with the virtual keyboard that comes default on some Android phones like HTC or Samsung, you might have downloaded one of the many available replacements like Swype. But if Google’s stock Android keyboard is what you’ve been eyeing, now you won’t need a Nexus device to have it (or a stock Galaxy S4 and stock HTC One).…Read More »
Since it was leaked some time last week, the update to the Google Drive app for Android has finally been released, as has an update to Google Drive for iOS. Available through the Google Play Store and Apple App Store respectively, this updated app includes all sorts of functionality that was absent or simply not working as intended in it’s predecessor.…Read More »
I absolutely love Netflix’s Android app. When I’m bored between classes at college, or stuck in a line somewhere, there’s nothing better than sticking in headphones and watching a few of my favorite old shows. However, for people who don’t happen to have an unlimited data plan, doing so can suck up your remaining data quota very quickly and leave you with no recourse should you need it for something else — such as streaming navigation because you got lost trying to go somewhere you haven’t been in a few years.…Read More »
Google Play Store introduces ‘delta’ updates: now you no longer have to download full apps when updating
Do you find it annoying whenever you have to re-download a full package just for an incremental update to a program on Windows? Yeah, well, Android has been doing the same thing for a while and it was (is) bloody annoying, especially for those apps/games that are huge in size.…Read More »
For a long time tethering your Android device’s Internet connection to another device was as easy as downloading a free (or paid) tethering app from Android Market/Play Store. Then everything changed when greedy corporations decided they wanted to charge you extra money for sharing your Internet connection, a connection you already pay for, with other devices.…Read More »
Transfer contacts, messages, and media from an iPhone or iPad to a Samsung Galaxy device with Samsung’s Easy Phone Sync app
Samsung has just made it easy for the “iUsers” (Apple users) to migrate from their device to a Samsung Galaxy phone.
Samsung has partnered with Mushroom Media to help users port their iOS device (iPhone, iPad) to an Android-powered Samsung Galaxy smartphone or tablet, by helping users to import their contacts, messages, and media content from iTunes to their Samsung Galaxy device.…Read More »
Finally, the wait for Max Payne fans and other enthusiasts is over. Max Payne Mobile for Android has been released to Google Play Store by Rockstar Games.
The much awaited game has reportedly been able to keep up to the expectations by users.…Read More »