Looking for a cheap way to make calls? Line has updated their service today, allowing for calls to more locations — including the USA. The free-to-download service will now let those in much of Asia to make and receive calls on their platform.
With the Chromecast SDK being released last month, a wealth of Chromecast apps will likely be to our devices in short order. Though many find thier way to Chromecast apps by simply searching the Play Store for “Chromecast Apps”, one Developer had the bright idea to create a standalone app store for Chromecast apps. The Cast Store app could be the best way to find Chromecast apps if the Play Store isn’t giving you the results you want.
The JuiceSSH app has been touted as being the "best free SSH client" available in the Google Play Store. But while the developer has made a commitment to provide a solid free offering, they do have a paid version available. In this case we are referring to JuiceSSH Pro, which brings some extra features.
There are plenty of options for fitness-tracking apps. Android users have more than a few including RunKeeper and Endomondo, and as of today there is another available. This latest comes courtesy of Tribesports and is called Tribesports Training, which brings the promise of being able to do "much more than the other sports apps available."
Threes! has been available for iOS users for roughly a month now, and while Android users have had similar number-based puzzle games available, we suspect some have been waiting to hear about Threes! for Android. Well, the developer, Sirvo LLC, has made the game available by way of the Play Store. And nicer yet, they are selling the game at a discounted price to celebrate the launch.
Despite once offering a comment about how Flappy Bird is "gone forever" -- the developer, Dong Nguyen, may be ready to consider otherwise. The statements from Nguyen certainly don't suggest that Flappy Bird will return to the Play Store soon, however he did open the door for the possibility. In speaking with Rolling Stone, Nguyen mentioned how he is "considering it."
Google is readying the Play Store for the anniversary of its rebranding, according to a Reddit post. What was once the Android Market was renamed two years ago to what we now know as the Play Store. To celebrate, Google is having a party of sorts, and we’re all able to take part.
Those looking to quickly shorten URLs on an Android smartphone or tablet now have another app to consider. The app is called Google URL Shortener, and comes courtesy of Thomas Devaux. And just to clarify that last bit, this is not an official app from Google. Needless to say, it is easy to use, and does exactly what one would expect.
As we try to flush Flappy Bird from our memories, some will find help by simply shifting towards another addiction game. Having said that, it seems there is now another game starting to make a bit of a rise with Android users. The game is called Fives, and appears to be rather similar to a game called Threes, though the latter is only available for iOS.
Just when we think the talk of Flappy Bird has begun to wrap-up, it seems there is another chapter. This latest is dealing with new apps, and it seems Google is beginning to crack down on the use of "flappy." There is a silver lining here as there had been a threat of malware, but there was also another side. The other side involved developers who were simply looking to cash in on the Flappy Bird fallout -- without the use of malware.