Pebble app has officially launched for Android. The app is available from the Google Play Store and comes with little in terms of surprise. Simply put, the app is free and notes the device support as being Android 2.3.3 or later. That said, if you have a Pebble e-paper watch coming -- this is the app that you will not only want, but need.
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Temple Run 2 is here, and it takes the framework laid down by its predecessor and builds on it ever so slightly, keeping the gameplay of the original intact and as addicting as ever. If you were a fan of the first Temple Run, expect to spend quite a bit of time with the latest mobile gem from Imangi.
Temple Run, the game has officially landed in the Google Play Store and is available for nearly all newer devices. When the original launched in March it was a smashing success on Android, but had been available for iOS for months already. Today we get the awesome and much improved sequel so lets check it out.
CES we learned that the Pebble e-paper watch had gone into mass production and would begin shipping on January 23. And well, coming just as had been promised -- the first batch of Pebble watches will begin shipping today. The details come by way of the folks at Pebble who have offered confirmation of the shipping as well as other details about the Android app and some production notes.
Lookout Security and Antivirus app has recently been updated. And nicely done, this update has brought forth a new feature called Lock Cam. Perhaps key for some, a new feature that is available for free and premium users. The update also had some other changes, however Lock Cam is the big one this time around.
Dead Trigger and Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour. But for the focus here, lets concentrate on the casual games. A few of the top developers in this realm include Imangi Studios, Rovio Mobile, Halfbrick Studios and Zepto Lab.
Temple Run has recently launched a sequel as I'm sure you've all heard. Simply called Temple Run 2. Sadly in this day and age you'll always have a select few people looking to bank on others success. Just as expected a few fakes have arrived on Google's Play Store, but are quickly being removed by the good folks at Mountain View.
XBMC team has released a "user friendly" version of their media player that should be compatible with almost all Android devices. While the app itself may put the focus on accessibility, getting the app running is a little bit more complex than just downloading it from the Google Play Store. Luckily, the steps involved don't seem bad at all, so you should only need to spend a few extra minutes to get XBMC working properly on your device.