Coin, the crowdfunded credit card that wants you to leave all of your other cards at home, is inching closer to its “Summer” shipping date. In an email to backers that was sent out this morning, the Coin team announced that next week, backers will receive a “Claim your coin” email that will allow them to fill out recipient info. Once that happens, you can start to monitor your estimated shipping date through either the iOS or Android app. (more…)
HTC released their brand new Zoe app this morning to Google Play, an app that is like a mix between Instagram and Vine and filters and clip sharing and, yeah. Actually, it’s HTC’s Highlights feature from the One (M7) and (M8) that has been renamed to Zoe, which used to be a mini-clip camera feature that was used to make up Highlights which are now Zoes. Confused? Yeah, you should be.
By no means am I the gaming guru beyond this operation we have here (you already knew that), but that doesn’t mean my boring self can’t get down with some handheld fun from time to time. And even though I leave gaming duties up to DL team members who play all the new hotness with regularity, we still thought I should share the games that have really grabbed my attention over the years.
Tim already gave us his 5 games that you can’t go wrong with, but somehow (unsurprisingly), none of his made it onto my list. You see, I look for games that can be picked up, played instantly without any fuss, and typically don’t involve long, drawn out stories or power-ups or in-app purchases. If I have a minute to game, I need it to be a game that I can pick up and play, and then put down again at a moment’s notice.
Ready to see my five? (more…)
I can’t even count how many games I have talked about, downloaded, and played during my time here at DL, but it’s easily hundreds upon hundreds of titles.
Usually, if it was something like movies or bands, it would be impossible to specifically name a top five of all time, but when it comes to Android games, the question is completely doable. So, here we are, asking you what your top 5 favorite Android games are of all time. (more…)
This morning, Amazon announced Local Register, a Square-like swipe payment system powered by the company’s own payment platform. Perfect for business owners, Local Register is a little card reader which plugs into a tablet and phone, coming paired with an application available for iOS and Android, which takes payment, then deposits payments in the user’s account the next business day. (more…)
According to a report from Re/code, HTC has upcoming plans for its proprietary software and applications currently found on the latest One line of devices, plans that involve Android phones from all other OEMs, believe it or not.
When speaking with Drew Bamford, head of the HTC user interface team, it was stated that HTC’s Zoe application would hit Google Play for all other Android devices this week, given that they at least run the latest version of Android. This means anyone rocking a Galaxy S5, LG G3, Moto X or any other top Android phone can soon utilize one of the features that differentiated HTC’s lineup from the rest. (more…)
Many years ago, I remember my older brother playing a game where little creatures would fall off a cliff, trying to follow one another. That game was Lemmings. While that game is not available on Android, although it should be, another game called Kiwanuka is mildly reminiscent of that great classic. (more…)