Nerds of the ’90s rejoice! Duke Nukem 3D, a game many of us spent countless hours playing in our childhood days, has received an official launch on the Android Market. The folks over at MachineWorks LLC teamed up with the folks at Tapjoy to port the popular game in all its glory to our phones ... Read More »
Popular platform jumping game Doodle Jump has gotten an update, bringing 4 new background themes (Christmas, Jungle, Space, and Night theme) along with bugfixes and performance enhancements.
This should come as welcome news to people who have already bought the $3.49 game, but what about those of you who haven’t checked out Doodle Jump yet? ... Read More »
Probably all of us at one point or another have used AOL as our ISP. Though AOL’s users have been declining in recent years, AOL just got a whole lot cooler in my book. Today, AOL announced its support for the Android operating system, choosing Android as the platform to showcase their flagship AOL application. The ... Read More »
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My first official Android App Smackdown as an Android and Me staffer will be pitting two cloud file sharing apps – Dropbox and Zumodrive – against each other to see which is worthy of being called THE file sharing app for Android. We will focus on the initial setup on your PC, and how well ... Read More »
There are a wave of iPhone apps that are being ported to Android in hopes of building on the success the developers have had in Apple’s App Store. One of the more popular of these apps released in recent months is Doodle Jump, a game developed by Lima Sky.
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Good news for you Android 2.0+ users. A new version of the popular Dolphin Browser, named Dolphin Browser HD, has just been released on the Android Market. Dolphin HD boasts some pretty awesome enhancements including multiple tab viewing, full multi-touch gestures, a thumbnail “flick” menu, gesture based search and URLs, YouTube downloader, and browser extensions.
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The title kind of says it all, but the much anticipated Dropbox Android app is now available for download in the market. You can just scan the QR code to download it immediately.
A simple description for those that haven’t heard of Dropbox, is that it is a file syncing, sharing and backup service. For ... Read More »
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