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Friendcaster for Android gives Facebook a makeover

As much as Facebook insists that the future is heavily invested on smartphones, it’s surprising to find its mobile app quite lackluster. Sure, numerous updates have fixed major issues, but I often find myself reverting to their mobile site due to faulty updates and unreliable notifications. Many t ... Full Article »

May 14, 2012 6:30am

NBA JAM on your Android phone is the same NBA JAM you remember

NBA JAM. You like that, of course, because you played it oh so much with your friends when you were a kid. NBA JAM by EA Sports on your phone is similar to that version you played on the Super Nintendo back in the day, and I can't help but think you'll enjoy it here, too. If you're not familiar wit ... Full Article »

May 12, 2012 3:30pm

Gravity Project adds some interesting elements to the endless runner genre

Casual gamers everywhere rejoiced when the highly-anticipated free running Temple Run hit Android devices a few weeks ago. While we’ve all been swiping and sliding our feverish addiction, newcomer Gravity Project is looking to shake things up by introducing minor adjustments, and instead of runnin ... Full Article »

May 10, 2012 4:15pm

Dead Space is an immersive horror experience

If you’ve been dismayed at the lack of scary games for your Android device, then count yourself lucky. Electronic Arts has finally brought their massively popular space themed horror fest, Dead Space, to Android and it aims to scare till you’re blue in the face. While you shouldn’t expect the ... Full Article »

May 9, 2012 3:30pm

Cymera Android app delivers pro photography features to amateurs

Camera apps can make you a better photographer. I should know – my wife is a professional photographer so my ineptitude stands out regularly. Now, with Cymera I can produce some pretty cool photos without knowing a lot. The app does a great job showing you how to use the features effectively. Upo ... Full Article »

May 6, 2012 3:30pm

eMusic Android app does what it's supposed to

If there was ever an app that worked exactly how it was intended, the eMusic app is it. Every bit of the eMusic service is available in this app. You can buy, download and stream music, you can browse their entire library and sample songs, you can listen to special eMusic playlists, and you can even ... Full Article »

May 5, 2012 3:30pm

Death Rally FREE is perfectly tailored for mobile consumption

For those who have never heard of the 1996 original, it may be too easy to peg Death Rally FREE as Reckless Racing with guns. In reality it’s much more than that. While the game does share the same isometric view, its inclusion of weapons puts this vehicular combat gameplay in a class of its own. ... Full Article »

May 2, 2012 4:30pm

Chrome is the best browser, even on Android phones

I love Google Chrome on my desktop computer, and I also love Google Chrome on my Galaxy Nexus. Are those two facts related? Yes, yes they are. Chrome is only in beta right now on Android, and it only currently works with (or, rather, it is only supported in) Android 4.0, aka Ice Cream Sandwich. But ... Full Article »

May 2, 2012 3:30pm

Zenonia 4 is an Android action RPG that is actually kind of fun

Despite the fact that I really enjoy RPGs on my game consoles and PC, I'm not usually one to play them much on my phone, but Zenonia 4 actually seems worthwhile. Zenonia 4 is, as the title indicates, the third sequel to Zenonia, a sprite-y action RPG that everybody pretty much liked. Zenobia 4 is a ... Full Article »

May 1, 2012 5:30pm

LilyPad HD helps you spend less time tapping and more time chatting

It seems that Android tablet apps are starting to pick up steam. In terms of productivity, “floating” apps, which are basically windowed programs similar to what you see on a Windows PC, are all the rage. Though Android is a multitasking OS, Google chose to omit using paned windows. As such, all ... Full Article »

May 1, 2012 3:30pm

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