Tag Archives: Android

Clip Layer Improves Copy and Paste on Android

Clip Layer Microsoft

Microsoft is probably not the first name you think of when you think Android. That has not stopped them from working really hard to become synonymous with the platform. For the most part, Microsoft’s offerings have been more business oriented

Transformers Forged to Fight Coming to Mobile Devices

Transformers Forged to Fight

We knew it was just a matter of time before we got a one on one fighting game featuring the Transformers franchise. I know, on consoles this has been done already, somewhat, I am sure. On mobile devices, it is

Microsoft’s Cortana Finds New Home

Cortana Startup Screen

Microsoft has been playing third wheel in the mobile market since before they even tried launching Windows Phone. While I personally loved the Windows Phone 8 interface and operational standpoints, the platform failed horribly. Windows Phone was plagued with the

ESPN Updates App with Many New Options

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ESPN, the leading channel for sports fans, has been doing their best to replicate that position on the web and mobile devices. One more step has been taken to overtake any possible competitor in the mobile market with new updates

Codemasters Release F1 2016 Onto Google Play

F1 2016

Racing games are a dime a dozen on Google Play and the iTunes App Store. Just take a look at the racing category to see, there are a lot of options for fans of the genre. For hardcore racing fans

Little Briar Rose Brings Stained Glass Graphics to Sleeping Beauty Retelling

Little Briar Rose

When you think of point and click adventure games you probably think everything has been done. We have rescued the kingdom and royal family in King’s Quest. We have slung insults at each other in Escape from Monkey Island. Now

Netflix Update Brings Offline Viewing

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Netflix, the leader in digital subscriptions, has just made a major update to their app for Android and iPhone users (are Windows Phone users even a thing anymore?). This update brings one major thing that fans have clamored for quite

Review – Microsoft Solitaire Collection

Microsoft is slowly, but surely, removing any reason to own a Windows Phone. Early on, there were good reasons like Microsoft Word and Cortana to point at when Android and iPhone users would laugh at my Lumia 635. As the

Verizon Introduces Two New Pre-Pay Plans

Depending on your point of view of Verizon as a cell phone company, you may, or may not, find this news interesting (we have an AT&T centric version here).  Verizon has just announced that they are introducing two new plans

Pokemon GO Sees More Improvements in Update Version 0.45.0, Hints of New Pokemon Spotted

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Pokemon GO is obviously a phenomenon.  Whether you are like me and moved on already or you are still playing daily, you know about this game.  Niantic have been working hard to keep players, get old ones back, and entice

Review – PinOut on Android

I am a closet pinball fan.  I suck at the real thing, but digitally, I have been addicted since Midnight Magic on the Atari 2600.  That is why I found it interesting that there is basically an endless pinball game

Review – Knight’s Tour on Android

Puzzle games are a dime a dozen on mobile platforms.  This is apparent by simply opening your favorite mobile game store – go ahead, try it.  While there is a deluge of match 3 games that hope to capture 1/1,000th

Review – Asphalt Xtreme

Gameloft have been quite prolific with their mobile gaming support.  They are one of the most varied publishers out there too.  Take Asphalt Xtreme for instance, this is not just another racing game as you will see from the video

Open World Role Playing Game The Quest Released for Android

Okay, with the advent of mobile devices and their respective stores it is obvious some genres are simply lacking.  While there are countless puzzle games, match 3 affairs and “can we stop with it already” endless runners populating iTunes and

Pokemon GO Introduces Daily Rewards

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Pokemon GO was, and still is in many places, a phenomenon that holds gamers attention.  The notion of traversing the real world while playing a game is still somewhat new territory for both gamers and game publishers.  That is why

New Psychological Horror Mobile Game, Sara is Missing, Available Now

Everyone knows about “found footage” horror movies such as the Blair Witch.  That is a genre that goes back to the early days of video cameras being cheap enough for the average person to buy them.  Sara is Missing brings