It’s Friday, so we like to highlight a few current app and game sales taking place in Google Play, just to make sure you all have something to play with over the weekend.
This week, Madfinger Games has a few of its titles up for grabs, including ShadownGun (plus the THD version), as well as Samurai II: Vengeance. In addition, star gazers can pick up Mobile Observatory for a lowered price, and multi-taskers can get Link Bubble Browser Pro at a discount.
Check out the full list below. (more…)
With so much Madness going on in March, we felt now is an appropriate time to bring you a new hot icon pack. This time, we have Switch UI, courtesy of developer Chris Morales.
Featuring a very heavy dose of Material Design and well-placed long shadows, Switch UI is one of our newest favorites in the growing list of icon packs we have applied on our phones. There are multiple versions of Google’s apps, which allows users to choose a color scheme that goes well with their current theme. (more…)
With security on the top of many minds, BlackBerry is introducing iOS and Android support for BBM Protected, its encrypted service for enterprise-level messaging. (more…)
The official Android Auto app from Google is now on Google Play, ready for download by anyone who might be picking up a head unit from Pioneer or has a unit built into a brand new car. (more…)
This morning, the Android team announced support for Android Device Manager from Android Wear devices, making the frustration of misplacing your phone a tiny bit less of an issue. (more…)
As we all found out, Google’s latest Play Store birthday celebration was not as extravagant as we know the company is capable of. In the past, they have given away a ton of free apps, 10¢ apps, and other goodies to get people excited. This year, we got a free copy of Transformers. Boo. On the other hand, Amazon is celebrating the Appstore’s birthday, and is taking this opportunity to completely one-up Google. (more…)
An update for Google Docs is currently rolling out through Google Play, enabling users to focus more on reviewing documents before jumping in and editing them.
To be more clear, as you scroll through an opened document, editing icons will vanish to the top, allowing you to focus more on what is in front of you. If you need to edit something, simply double tap the screen, or press the blue pencil action button. (more…)
If you own a Chromecast, or any Cast supporting device, while also happen to enjoy a bit of tennis, you should check out Motion Tennis Cast on Google Play. Using your phone like a Wii Remote, your tennis swing motions are sent through the phone, putting you in matches against bots and time attack trials. (more…)