Lara Croft, one of the most popular lady explorers in the history of humankind, is now available on Google Play thanks to the release of the OG Tomb Raider game, published by Square Enix. Priced at just $0.99, you can relive the magic of the fantastic original, which was first made available back in the mid 90s on PlayStation, DOS, and the Sega Saturn. (more…)
For just $26, your life can include a 10,000mAh battery pack that can charge even when on the go, thanks to a solar panel. This isn’t an April Fools’ joke either. ZeroLemon’s SolarJuice 10,000mAh battery pack is 47% off in the DL Deals store. With a 4.5 star rating on Amazon, and a regular price tag that hovers around $50, this is a pretty damn good deal.
The ZeroLemon SolarJuice allows you to simultaneously charge up to 3 devices at a time, is rain and shock proof, shouldn’t explode (seriously, that’s in the description), includes a grade-A battery cell, and even has a 2A port for faster charging of mobile devices. It should also last you for up to 1,000 cycles and has an included flashlight for those emergency moments where you need some glow.
The deal is live for a couple of days, so be sure to get in on it.
The official Yahoo app for Android received a major update in Google Play this week, bringing with it a completely new look. With the updated aesthetic, which now matches that of iOS, users can swipe left or right through various topics, such as Tech, Sports and Politics, with quicker discovery time of articles you have yet to read. (more…)
The Samsung Galaxy S6 (and S6 Edge) may be the new king of quick camera launching, thanks to the addition of a double-tap action on the home button that launches the phone’s camera at any time from anywhere (seriously, anywhere – with the phone asleep or in an app). I’m not kidding – this is faster than Motorola’s wrist twist move, HTC’s never-reliable turn-phone-hit-volume-down gesture, and the struggle that often ensues when trying to find-then-hold down LG’s rear volume down key. Couple Samsung’s double-tap with the fact that the camera is also insanely fast to focus and shoot a picture, and you really do have the new champion.
To toggle the setting on or off, head into your camera, open up the settings menu and look for “Quick Launch.”
While the world was opening up pre-orders for the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, and HTC One M9 on March 27, Verizon held back because they are a “leader, not a follower.” Thankfully, today is April 1, the super serious, perfect day to do anything on the internet. Yep, Verizon pre-orders are now live for the three Android flagships that will dominate headlines for the foreseeable future.
The Galaxy S6 comes in black, gold, or white, and starts at $24.99 per month on Edge, $199 with a 2-year contract, or $599 at full retail. The Galaxy S6 Edge comes in the same colors, but starts slightly higher at $29.16 per month on Edge, $299 with a 2-year contract, or $699 at full retail. The HTC One M9 is the same price as the Galaxy S6 and comes in either silver or gunmetal grey.