Android

Fotonica: an endless runner through complex environments

Unless you're a distant relative of The Flash or Quick Silver, you'll never know exactly how it feels to run 140 mph. But a new Android game can give you a close estimation of that feeling. Fotonica is an endless runner unlike any other, as it puts you in the first-person perspective and lets you run through complex environments. It is part of a growing trend of seemingly simple but excitingly complicated games.

Adobe Fill & Sign lets you sign and digitize docs

Facsimile may be a thing of the past but believe it or not, there are still businesses who use it. Not that I'm totally against it but there are several modern and techie ways to make things digital. There's a big need now to turn documents into digital files. This way, you can easily save, store, and send them electronically to whoever. You don't need to print or fax documents with the Adobe Fill & Sign.

Gramophone is your music player materially designed

Because music streaming services like Spotify, Pandora, Deezer, etc are all the craze right now, we sometimes forget that people also still store actual music on their mobile devices. For those who prefer the "old school" way of listening to music, they usually use their phone or tablet's native music player. But if you have the option, why not go for music apps that may be able to give you much more. Gramophone is presenting itself to you as a likely candidate for your next music player.

Command an army of troops and heroes in Hero Sky: Epic Guild Wars

You've watched enough war movies. You've read enough war strategy game books. You've practiced on other mobile games. Now you feel like you're ready to take on bigger things. Welcome to Hero Sky: Epic Guild Wars where you get to take charge of an army of troops and heroes to once and for all claim supremacy over the Sky World. And you can do it all from the convenience of your smartphone or tablet.

Xiaomi announces new 40-inch Android-run Mi TV 2

Smart TVs may have not taken the market by storm just yet, but we're envisioning a future where we all do our browsing, viewing, and gaming at home on just one screen, and it's not your trusty old simple LCD TV. Xiaomi has just announced their latest Smart TV, the 40-inch Mi TV 2 in China.

Blend Calendar adds more details in the mix for latest update

Have you ever wished for a calendar that could show not just all your events, but all the different aspects of your life that could be calendared, like birthdays, bill payments, reminders, tasks, vacations, etc? Well if you didn't know it yet, this app actually exists. Blend Calendar is probably the most intensive scheduling app out there and the latest update brings even more details into your smartphone.

Phonejoy Hub turns your smartphone into an all-in-one gadget

All in one. That's what the Phonejoy Hub is all about. The Kickstarter project aims to bring a simple mobile solution to those who use their smartphones in many of their activities from work to school to leisure and play. You may have your laptop, desktop computer, mobile phone, or even a handheld gaming device with you all the time but don't you just sometimes wish you could use one for all?

Amazon Prime Music launches “Prime Stations”, soon for Android

The slowly growing music streaming market has got another competitor on the block, and it comes from online retail giant Amazon. "Prime Stations" will now be integrated into their Amazon Prime Music service, available on several platforms, but sadly, not yet for Android devices. If you're used to listening to curated music online ala Pandora or Spotify, then this new service can be an alternative, just in case you've already gone through the whole catalog of available playlists in your current online music streaming of choice.