Archive for February, 2014

imo.im Updates its Android App

imo.im Updates its Android App

imo.im has updated its Android application with two new location-centered features: Near Field Communication (NFC) and location sharing. The addition of NFC allows users to send his or her imo profile to imo users on Samsung Galaxy Nexus, Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC One X, and Asus Nexus 7 devices. Users hold their NFC-enabled devices together back-to-back until […]

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Lola's Math Train Lite- Android

Lola's Math Train Lite- Android

App Name: Lola’s Math Train Lite- Android Cost: Free Developer: BeiZ App Market: Download Page Description: Fun with Counting, Subtraction, Addition and more! Join Lola on her journey as she makes her way through a fun filled environment of bright colors, interactive characters and creative problem solving to get all of her friends to a party! […]

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Inside the Android Factory [Infographic]

Inside the Android Factory [Infographic]

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Keep Track with Your Money – EasyMoney 1.0 for Android

Keep Track with Your Money – EasyMoney 1.0 for Android

App Name: Easy Money 1.0 Description: Manage your personal finance anytime anywhere with EasyMoney. EasyMoney is one of the top personal expense tracking app that combines a checkbook register, a bills reminder, a budget planner with an expense tracker. EasyMoney provides a rich, detailed window into your personal finances. A simple and intuitive data entry […]

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Interview with MicaByte – Pirates and Traders

Interview with MicaByte – Pirates and Traders

App Name: Pirates and Traders Cost: Free / $4.99 USD Developer: MicaByte Market: Google Play If you enjoy RPGs and pirates, then you should check out Pirates and Traders from MicaByte. I have been playing the game and really enjoy it. You are a pirate and your mission is to sail the Caribbean in search […]

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Tizzy Seasons for Kids – Android

Tizzy Seasons for Kids – Android

App Name: Tizzy Seasons for Kids – Android Cost: Free/$1.99 USD Developer: Tizzy Labs App Market: Download Page Description: Tizzy Seasons Lite, is the free version of the nicely illustrated educational game designed to teach your kids about the seasons of the year. Learning about the Seasons of the Year has never been so much […]

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Desert Stormfront – Noble Master Games

Desert Stormfront – Noble Master Games

App Name: Desert Stormfront Cost: $4.99/ Free for Lite versioni Developer: Noble Master Games Market: Google Play Well Noble Master Games, the guys who brought your Tropical Stormfront, is providing a “sequel” Desert Stormfront! I was lucky enough to get a copy ahead of time. Another classic game. A very fun and easy to learn RTS. Here […]

By February 24, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
Weather Services PRO for Android

Weather Services PRO for Android

App Name: Weather Services PRO Cost: Free / $3.79 Pro Developer: Weather Services Group Market: Google Play Review: Probably one of the first apps I downloaded on my DroidX, was a weather app. You always need to know what the weather is going to be. Well over the years I have tried many apps, websites, […]

By February 24, 2014 0 Comments Read More →
Border Lines HD Free Space – Android

Border Lines HD Free Space – Android

App Name: Border Lines HD Free Space – Android Cost: Free Developer: Andrei Chiritescu App Market: Download Page Description: In this game, your spaceship controls the playing fields’ border. There is a source of energy inside that you have to reach by cutting parts of the field – you move the border and that is […]

By February 24, 2014 1 Comments Read More →
Interview with State of Play Games Makers of Lume

Interview with State of Play Games Makers of Lume

App Name: Lume Cost: $1.25 USD Developer: State of Play Games Market: Google Play Lume is a very different and unique puzzle game, so I decided to reach out to the developers and learn a little more about them. Q. How did you come up with the idea for your game/app? A. The idea of a puzzle […]

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