There are more and more music streaming services becoming available as time goes on. From Spotify to Google Music All Access, with new ones like Beats Music launching recently, there is a service for everyone. But Samsung has taken it upon itself to make another, and the company decided to call it Milk Music. Because ... Read More »
If you were worried that WhatsApp will fall apart after its purchase by Facebook, maybe this will ease your worries. WhatsApp is getting a new feature this summer. so no one is giving up on this app. When you spend $19 billion on ... Read More »
With the rise and fall of Flappy Bird, there became a huge demand for games similar to the now-deceased title. It was an incredibly simple helicopter clone, but now that it’s been yanked from the Play Store, other developers are making clones to capitalize on that ad revenue. The developer of the original Flappy Bird ... Read More »
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Flappy Bird was the surprise hit of 2014, blowing up like no one could imagine. It was a simple game, and very fun too. But reactions turned negative as frustrations over its difficulty grew. This ended up with the developer getting a lot of bad press and hate over absolutely nothing.
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We wrote about a new game called Minigore 2 last week, and obviously I was pretty fond of it. I’ve put a good amount of time into the game, enjoying it every step, but I did encounter one ad that had a ridiculously long timer and instructions to tap the ad to skip the wait. ... Read More »
I was a little bummed when I learned this weekend that iOS would be getting the Pebble appstore first. I was mostly bumming because we were getting one of those “coming soon to Android” stories that we hear all the time which usually means it’s really not that close. However, Pebble did us Android users ... Read More »
Screenshots of a new Samsung app have been leaked, and it looks intriguing. This app is called Life Times, and it’s meant to chronicle your experiences by logging important information in your day to day life. To do this, it draws information from a plethora of sources.
Once you allow it, Life Times will use ... Read More »
In the past, Gmail would ask you if you wanted to see images, and would allow you to automatically show them from specific people. This was done for security, as loading images from other servers was potentially dangerous. However, Gmail behavior has been changed entirely, and you’ll start to see it in the new Gmail ... Read More »
Carbon has gotten to be a very popular Twitter app, and it looks like its popularity will be its downfall. Carbon is just another app that has been stifled by Twitter’s token limit. Once enough users sign into the app, the tokens will run out and new users will no longer be able to sign ... Read More »
Back in September of last year, Google acquired the company behind the popular app Bump (and Flock as well). Bump allowed users to share photos by bumping devices together, with or without NFC, between different operating systems and even to a computer. It was an innovative app, though possibly limited in uses.
But like many ... Read More »