Earlier today, Samsung announced a new streaming music service called Milk Music. All lactation jokes aside, the service turned out to be something all Galaxy owners should probably take a look at. It’s free. There is no registration or setup. And you can be listening to its over 200 genres (stations) and 13 million songs in a matter of seconds upon first launch. Of course, you have to have a Galaxy device to access it legitimately, but that shouldn’t be a problem since there are millions upon millions of you out there. (more…)
If you were on the hunt for a nice new game to entertain you this weekend, Deadlings is definitely a good candidate. The plot is quite simple, with the main character (Death) going online, only to realize that he has no friends on his FaceTome account. He then has a realization — why not make himself feel better by putting zombies in a factory to work for him? The story is quite pathetic, but the gameplay sure isn’t.
It’s that time of the week again, when we scrape together the best deals on Google Play for you all to enjoy. This week we have a wealth of quality apps with price chops, including Deus Ex: The Fall and Square Enix’s Final Fantasy V. We also have two great apps, Rayman Jungle Run and InstaWeather Pro, available to us for a discount.
And for you parents out there, plenty of Dr. Seuss apps have been made 99¢ to commemorate the franchise’s birthday.
Check the full list out down below. (more…)
Pebble finally released version 2.0 of their app to Android this morning, bringing with it the watchapp directory, a listing of prior notifications to your device, a watchapp locker, and a completely revamped app interface. This is the big update we have been waiting for that developers have been testing in beta for some time. (more…)
A new streaming radio service from Samsung was launched onto Google Play this morning, Milk Music. Do we know what the name refers to? Not one bit. The service is completely ad-free, and also free of any cost, but for a limited time. Milk Music focuses heavily on customizable stations, with users able to fine-tune stations based on popularity, novelty, and favorite tracks from artists. (more…)
We’ve all grown accustomed to Google’s Chrome browser here at DL, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any decent competitors out there. One of the more major options is Opera, a fairly underdog browser with a pretty hardcore following. Today, we have an update to the app that brings it up to version 20 and features WebRTC support, a base Chromium update to version 33, and design improvements. (more…)
If you have ever used Google Maps or any other service relying on the on-board text-to-speech software, you have probably encountered the famous Google robot voice. Even Apple’s Siri has more natural-sounding voices of both the male and female variety, so it’s about time we get some new vocals from the Mountain View boys and girls. This is where Text-to-Speech 3.0 comes in – packing an improved UI, cleaner voices, and support for more languages, this update is pretty substantial. (more…)