POGO Games has always been something I expected to land on Android eventually, and this week it finally has. No doubt you've played some of their online games such as Solitaire, Word Whomp and others on a family members computer. Now four of their classic hit games are available on Android in an all-in-one download.
Temple Run was stated to be finally and officially released for Android today, and a few minutes past midnight it's here and available for all. The game runs great and I'm addicted (as if I wasn't already) but oh well. Who needs sleep anyways right?
Transformer Prime Quad-core Bundle Giveaway. Where we have not one, but two of these bundles to giveaway to two lucky readers. This isn't just the tablet either. We are throwing in the Prime keyboard dock, and an awesome Powerbag Messenger carry case meant for tablets with a built-in battery. Get all the details below.
Google Play, things are about to get crazy. They've just launched what I can only describe as a HUGE sale on just about everything. With Play of the Day deals on music, movies, apps, and more. Offering 25 of their most popular apps for only 49 cents.
announced an official release date of the hugely popular game Temple Run for Android. We've mentioned it more than a few times before, and with huge responses and anger when it wasn't released in February like promised. Sadly we'll have to wait a few more weeks but it'll be here soon enough.
Box.net has just been updated in the Android Market. Along with tons of awesome features, improvements and bug fixes they also have something else very exciting -- free storage! I've been a long time user of apps like Box or Dropbox but most don't offer this much storage. Box.net is now giving all new users 50 GB of storage completely free.
Gamevil have just released the latest edition of their extremely popular Baseball Superstars series. Available today in full HD is Superstars 2012. Following their recent release of Zenonia 4 is this awesome Baseball game that has seen over 30 million downloads throughout the multiple versions. Check out the details, screenshots, and what's new below.
India by storm is about to get even better. The student and education-based government subsidized tablet might soon become free for students, instead of the current $35 price tag they are paying today. This would be a huge move and would see sales skyrocket -- although it's been widely popular already.