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Could the Taylor Swift app be any more fabulous?

While the squealing teen girls in concert T-shirts and Kanye West sideshow are sold separately, you can find just about everything else packed into the free and official Taylor Swift app for Android. I wasn't really a Swift fan until I downloaded this app, and I'll tell you, it puts Britney Spears' ... Full Article »

September 27, 2010 9:04am

Tap your way to success at Darla’s Café with Diner Dash 2

I worked as a waitress for more years than I care to remember. So when I downloaded the free Diner Dash 2 Demo app for Android, I really didn’t expect to like it. The demo game begins with a tutorial walk-through of how to play Diner Dash 2. Basically, tap on the customers to sit, tap again to ta ... Full Article »

September 27, 2010 8:59am

Refresh your love for "Twilight" with Find It

Having "Twilight Saga" withdrawal waiting for the release of the next movie? Download the free Find It: Twilight Saga Android app to play the classic "find the differences in the two photos" with photos of the three main characters in "The Twilight Saga"  – Bella, Edward and Jacob. Find the four ... Full Article »

September 26, 2010 6:38pm

Mobile Andrio a great Android game for non-techies

If you’re a hardcore techie, skip Mobile Andrio and read my review of Nesoid instead, as that app allows you to install and run original Super Mario NES titles on your phone, which is critical for gaming purists. That said, if you want to grab a free clone of Super Mario Brothers and start playing ... Full Article »

September 26, 2010 6:29pm

Buy into social tourism with Happy Island BETA

It is official: I'm one of those people who play annoying games on Facebook. Well, I'm actually playing it on my Motorola Droid X as an app game. So it doesn't count … right? The free Happy Island BETA app for Android is a social Facebook game much like the infamous Farmville that works like magi ... Full Article »

September 26, 2010 6:20pm

Deadly Chambers a solid first person shooter Android game

First person shooter fans, take note -- Battery Powered Games’ Deadly Chambers ($2.99) has arrived, and the developers can certainly be commended for bringing us an old-school “Goldeneye” experience with a horror twist. Grab the free version to get a taste of this brilliant game. Sporting 3D g ... Full Article »

September 26, 2010 6:10pm

SkyFire Browser ready for battle

Web browser competition is a good thing; competing browsers mean companies are challenging their rivals with new and exciting features, a better user experience, and faster browsing. On the Android phone, we’ve only had the passable Android and Opera browsers – until now. The 2.0 version of the ... Full Article »

September 24, 2010 6:26pm

Lookout protects and serves your Android

Security follows technology. Now that our phones are more expensive and carry personal information, it’s only natural that we want to protect them. The free LookOut Android app offers an interesting new security app that features anti-virus, data backup, and lost phone locator capabilities. LookO ... Full Article »

September 24, 2010 6:23pm

Take your political rant on the road with ElectionCaster

It doesn't take a pundit to know that American politics are currently deeply divided. Whether you're hanging at a Tea Party, feel the need to Move On, or fall somewhere in between, your passion probably runs high. Fortunately, the ElectionCaster Android app lets you carry the political rant on the r ... Full Article »

September 23, 2010 10:45am

Onion News Network plays – hiccupping – for laughs

The Onion gets no respect. The satirical comedy group has been around since 1988, pumping out witty and often hilarious commentary on current events and people without reaching household-name status like Monty Python's Flying Circus or "Saturday Night Live." I was excited by the chance to give them ... Full Article »

September 23, 2010 7:57am


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