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.
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
In an odd twist of fate, it looks as though Microsoft may be toying with Android more than we know. Sources tell The Verge the company is considering having Android apps running on both Windows desktop and mobile. Those sources
Flappy Bird recently attracted quite a bit of attention. As such, the game climbed the ranks, and was deemed a success by many. Well, maybe more accurately, Flappy Bird was deemed to be addictive. The game was then said to be
We watched as the Themer launcher app went from private beta to public beta. We even spent a bit of hands-on time checking out the theme oriented launcher ourselves. But as of today, it seems there is another chapter in the
Barnes & Noble’s Nook tablets are among the better tablets around, but they don’t sell. Perhaps it’s their heritage as an eReader dissuading tablet users, or the limited Nook store they were subject to for so long.
Now that Flappy Bird is gone from us, we’re left wondering what just happened. A game, which has been in existence (and available!) for months, suddenly rises like a Phoenix and scorches the earth below. Frustrating, ugly, and
The Nexus 5 recently became available in red, which has definitely turned some heads. One thing is certain: it’s bright. The third color available for the Nexus 5 certainly looks different, but is it a good different? We go
Google has updated two apps, with both Drive and Newsstand seeing improvement tweaks. The cloud storage solution is getting a quicker way to scan and upload, while Newsstand gains support for more languages. Both also come with
EverythingMe, the launcher which wants to give context to everything, is now available. Previously in beta, the long awaited launcher is now available to everyone via the Play Store. In what they call “smartphone 2.0”,