This morning, BLU, the US-based smartphone manufacturer, announced its newest creation, the Studio 7.0. At first, I thought this device was a decent looking tablet, but then, I found out it is the world’s largest phone, featuring a 7″ display. That’s right, 7 inches. (more…)
To celebrate its sixth anniversary of publishing games, BulkyPix, the makers of many hit titles, are giving away seven games on the Android platform. As a note, the company is giving away 16 titles on iOS, so if you have an iPhone or iPad, you are in for even more of a treat.
As for us on Android, we have been gifted the games Hyper Trip, 4444, Nimble Squiggle, I Am a Brave Knight, Pigs Can’t Fly, Luminux, and Fallin Love. Most of these titles are puzzle titles, but having played 4444 and Nimble Squiggle myself, I can vouch for their entertaining qualities. Especially when they are free.
Below, the seven games are listed with links to Google Play. (more…)
Fleksy received a big update this morning through Google Play for Android devices, one which brings a huge list of new features, as well as fixes and optimizations for all of you custom keyboard lovers.
To kick it off, Fleksy introduced Extensions, which is a fancy name to call all of their new features. For starters, a GIF Keyboard has been built in, which allows you to insert GIFs in the place of text or emojis the next time you want to send a message. Not only is there a GIF Keyboard, but Fleksy has added in 14 new themes, including a few Hunger Games and Frozen themed skins. Most notably, a new Chameleon theme will change the color of the keyboard to match the application you are running. (more…)
Can you believe it? OnePlus actually survived an entire year of existence. I say that because well, they made so many mistakes throughout that pissed so many people off, that it surprises me a little. While the phone they made is still one of our top of 2014 (our review), the road leading up to, during, and after the One’s launch was beyond rocky.
But hey, congrats to a year, OnePlus. Hopefully you learned a lot in 2014. 2015 is going to be a big year, and even though the last year was tough to swallow, we are still interested in what you are up to. (more…)
It has been a little over a year since the original Dumb Ways to Die landed on Google Play, but we are very happy to see that Dumb Ways to Die 2: The Games, has reached our platform. The original, albeit a bit repetitive, was an amazing game. Inside that title, there are many mini puzzles which tested your quickness, in a mission to save little creatures from killing themselves.
The sequel, Dumb Ways to Die 2, is a toast to classic, but with a new twist. In the game, you are shown a larger world, each with its own set of challenges. While you are still trying to save little dudes from committing suicide, the puzzles seem more thought out, while still being very difficult at times. (more…)
If you needed an easier way to search through your Drive account, instead of manually opening and typing in what you need to find, Google has enabled users to simply state “Ok Google, search for xyz on Drive,” with results then taking you straight into the Drive app without you having to lift a finger. (more…)
An epic among epic titles has released to Google Play, Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition, compatible with many phones, but best suited for tablets. Priced at $9.99, this game was released years ago for PC gamers, but now mobile gamers are able to get in on the mythical action. (more…)
We currently have a set of three VPN deals for you to consider right now in the DL Deals shop. A couple of them are at least 70% off, all are for multiple years, and of course, they all also include access through Android devices. I can’t necessarily say that buying VPN services has ever topped my X-Mas wishlist, but hey, it’s never too late to start taking internet security seriously.
With a Virtual Private Network (VPN), you get to access the internet with an encrypted, secure connection which means your information is hidden as you browse. VPN’s also let you dance around blocked or restricted content, can protect your WiFi connection when on public networks, and can even bypass some ISP restrictions.
The three deals we have running start at $19 and go all the way up to $110. Below, you will find each along with a list of its top features. (more…)