Dungeon Defenders just went on sale last month, but it quickly became one of the best selling Android games since it featured console-quality graphics thanks to the power of the Unreal Engine. The developer Trendy Entertainment has offered excellent support and already released several minor updates, but this week they launched the first major patch for ... Read More »
Many of our regular readers will know we have given Gameloft a hard time for keeping their best 3D games off the Android Market, so it’s always nice to report when a big name developer enters Google’s app store. Today EA Mobile published Need for Speed Shift on the Android Market and it’s ... Read More »
One of the first apps I went to check out when I opened my Nexus S was the new Google Maps 5, but sadly it was not pre-installed on the device. Thankfully the update just hit the Android Market and now anyone can play with it (although some new features are limited to devices ... Read More »
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Twitter might have replaced RSS as the main service that people use to get their news feeds, but there’s still a good portion of us (especially bloggers) that will never give up our RSS feeds.
We’ve been begging Google for a native version of Reader ever since Android was released, but it was starting to look ... Read More »
There are many apps for discovering what’s hot on the Android Market, but the one I turn to most is AppAware. It has no where near the number of features of AppBrain (my other fav), but it does do one thing well that no one else offers – real-time stats.
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On the same day that Facebook decided to refresh their app, Twitter has also launched an update to their official Android client. Just like previous versions it needs Android 2.1 and up, but anyone that meets those requirements can grab it for free right now from the Android Market.
The big improvements to this ... Read More »
If the keyboard was invented today for mobile devices, would it have looked the same? That’s the question 8pen is trying to answer with their new virtual keyboard. Over 100k people have already watched the 8pen demo video, but in case you missed out take four minutes of your time and check it ... Read More »
The social gaming network Open Feint launched just six weeks ago on Android and they already have several success stories to show for it. First they drove new titles like Fruit Ninja and MiniSquadron to the top of the paid charts, and they have also increased sales of older games that recently implemented ... Read More »
EVAC is Pac-Man for the smartphone generation. This unique arcade game from our friends at Hexage takes the tried-and-true eat the dots gameplay of Pac-Mac, but then throws in some Zelda-like puzzles, Metal Gear Solid style stealth, and a little bit of Tron neon.
I know that might sound confusing, but the game actually starts ... Read More »
Remember that special event Google was hosting today? They just announced a new service call Voice Actions which allows you to search your phone, the web, and nearby locations by speaking into your phone instead of typing. Google also updated their search widget to support all the latest features.
Users can also ... Read More »