One of Ouya’s most popular exclusives has now made its way into the Play Store. On its original platform, Knightmare Tower captivated gamers with its addictive mix of simplistic gameplay and adorable visuals, placing players in control of a knight with a rocket thrusting him by fiends and through ceilings in a quest to rescue multiple princesses in need. Now the game is available for a mobile device near you.
Google’s streaming music subscription service continues to creep across the globe, arriving in new countries suddenly and without warning. It’s kind of like the Black Death, except fewer people die (so far). Today Google Play All Access has hit Germany with millions of songs for just a few bucks per month.
Recently launched onto Google Play for Android, the Zombie Killer Squad is made up of two very-well-known YouTube personalities, Syndicate and SeaNanners. The game is an endless runner, taking the best parts of Temple Run and combining them with games such as Into the Dead. As you run through an environment made up of crudely-designed buildings and buses, you shoot zombies while riding horses and over-sized cats.
Legend has it that back in the day – before we had our fancy gadgets and detailed up-to-date weather forecasts – we had the ‘Old Timers’. These were the people who could predict the weather by just looking at the sky, smelling the wind or simply observing Nature. Sadly, those days are long gone.
Just in time to help you unwind after a few days with the family, Badland has arrived in Google Play with a ton of free content. This is an atmospheric side-scrolling game that has some action elements along with a little dash of platforming. It’s also incredibly pretty. In Badland you simply press on the screen to make your little fuzz-ball character flap its… wings?
Black Friday is upon us, and besides great deals on Android smartphones and tablets, the craziest shopping day of the year brought us a bunch of hot deals on apps. Android apps may not offer huge savings like hardware deals do, but who doesn’t like sales, even if it’s just a few dollars. With that said, we’ve rounded up some of the deals currently going on the Google Play Store. Happy shopping!
King.com, the developers behind wildly popular game Candy Crush Saga, are back with with their latest game, Papa Pear Saga. Dropping in the Google Play Store today, the game features more than 100 levels of bouncing and boinging action. Indeed, it works seamlessly with your Facebook account and features leaderboards, unlockable items, power ups, and more.
Google has kicked off a sale on the Play Store, where a bunch of games are up for grabs at discounted prices. Oddly enough, there doesn’t seem to be any reason for the sale and not all the games are discounted, strictly speaking. Up for grabs are Need for Speed: Most Wanted, Incredipede, Order & Chaos Online, Choplifter HD, The Bard’s Tale, Principia, Anomaly Korea, Skylanders Battlegrounds and Anodyne.
The Tinder team pushed version 2.0 to Google Play last night, complete with a fully redone user interface and performance optimizations. For anyone confused as to what Tinder exactly is, it’s where people anonymously creep other people’s pictures by swiping “Nope” or “Like.” If the person Likes you back, you can then chat with that person, and as the saying goes, the rest is history
Widgets are an essential aspect of home screen customization. You can imagine them as “at-a-glance” views of an app’s most important data and functionality that is accessible right from the user’s home screen.Widgets are a great mechanism to attract a user to your app by “advertising” new and interesting content that is available for consumption in your app. It makes your phone looks beautiful and also in some case these are useful and informative.
Apple redesigned iOS 7 and introduced new features for their mobile operating system which is Control Center. Apple gave users an easy way to toggle settings like Wi-Fi, screen rotation lock and Bluetooth etc. For those who using android herecomes the control center as like in iOS 7 with all features and settings .
Sony has released an official PlayStation app for Android and iOS devices. The app gives access to the PlayStation Network from tablet and smartphone, and allows you to chat to friends, receive game alerts, and buy games from the PlayStation Store before pushing them to your PlayStation 4 to download and install while you’re away from your console.