Astute Kindle Fire users have probably realized this, but an indispensable app has long been absent from the Amazon Appstore. I’m referring, of course, to Pokémon TV, which saw an iOS and Android release last February. Thankfully, Kindle Fire users can finally catch up (‘em?) with Ash and the gang starting today.
Pokémon TV features an impressive library of Pokémon anime. It is updated weekly from a collection 700 episodes spanning 16 seasons, which is probably equivalent to at least 5 or 6 complete games of Pokémon Blue. (more…)
theScore, an Android app which brings all things sports to your fingertips, is set to receive an update today through Google Play. The update brings one major feature, which is a new customizable “Feed.” The Feed will take any teams, sports, or players you have selected, then compile an easily digestible list of news and stats surrounding those selected favorites. (more…)
In case the great cause and game selection of the Humble Mobile Bundle 5 did not quite win you over when it went live, you will now have three more games to play, as long as you pay more than the average price (currently sitting at $5.21). Paper Monsters, R-TYPE, and Enviro-Bear 2010 will be joining other great titles such as The Room Two, Carcassonne, and R-TYPE 2, so if you have not bought into the bundle yet, now would be a good time to do so. (more…)
Google is currently hosting a big Premium Games sale over on Google Play, your one stop shop for all things related to Android apps, games, movies, books, and more. For a limited time, you can pick up a few top titles for 50% or more off of the original price, allowing you to get more fun, for less cash.
A few titles which should be no-brainers for most of you, that I also highly recommend, are Out There, Need for Speed: Most Wanted, The Room Two, Sprinkle Islands, and Contre Jour. Seriously, if you have not tried any of those, get on it.
Check out the full list of games on sale below. (more…)
Samsung’s SideSync remote management software for Windows promised some pretty nifty functionality for owners of the Korea-based company’s Android devices, but it was unfortunately limited to Samsung’s ATIV line of tablets and laptops. Thankfully, that is changing today with the version 3.0 update, which removes the restriction and introduces support for the Galaxy S5. (more…)
Games that are quick and to the point are perfect for mobile devices, since they are easy to pick up and then put down. The newest game to catch my attention is Don’t Tap the White Tile, a game which tests your hand-eye coordination to the max. (more…)
Google Hangouts on Android received a major update today to version 2.1.075. The update introduces a merged conversation list that combines SMS and Hangouts from the same recipient. Through that conversation, you can tell Hangouts how you’d like to send new messages to that person via switch. You can also tell the difference between messages that are sent via SMS or as a standard Hangouts message.
The update also includes a simplified contact list with two main sections for phone contacts and people you Hangout with. Google even included a Hangouts widget for your home screen and improved performance throughout things like video calls.
The full changelog is below, along with an .apk download link. (more…)
It’s time for the NBA Playoffs, with Samsung and the National Basketball Association coming up with something special for Galaxy owners. If you do not own a Galaxy device, don’t worry, the app has been updated with a full Playoffs bracket, allowing you to keep track of your favorite team as they take a shot at making it to the Finals. (more…)