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Radiant Defense adds color to a crowded genre

Radiant Defense debuts on Android to an already crowded genre. Facing an overwhelming amount of stiff competition, developers Hexage carries over their bright neon visuals from Robotek and Radiant HD to help it out stand from the rest. But will its quirky graphics be enough to bob up from the flood ... Full Article »

April 30, 2012 5:30pm

WordCam (Pro) turns your picture into a thousand words

Maybe it’s just me, but the idea of combining words and images strikes me as very cool. Obviously, both text and pictures do fine on their own, but mixing them together makes a little peanut butter and jelly-type magic. That’s why I was interested to try WordCam. Unfortunately, while worth check ... Full Article »

April 30, 2012 3:30pm

Test your rhythm skills with Cytus for Android

Rhythm games are a dime a dozen. When it comes to mobile music games there’s not much you can do besides the usual combination of taps and... well, just taps. Cytus by Rayark Inc. such uninspired gameplay mechanics but adds new ways to interact with music. Simply put, Cytus is a perfect translati ... Full Article »

April 30, 2012 6:30am

Gift giving is made easy with the Karma app for Android

Do you believe in karma? Well whether you believe in it or not, I bet you believe in giving and getting birthday presents, as well as gifts for recognizing special occasions like say a new baby in the family. In fact, have you ever been angry at a loved one for forgetting to send you a birthday gift ... Full Article »

April 29, 2012 3:30pm

Lights! Camera! Action! with Ultimate Special Fx

Now I know what the director of a Hollywood summer blockbuster feels like. Well, maybe only just a little. Still, it’s a thrill to add some cool special effects to your own home video with the surprising Ultimate Special Fx app. Currently, the app is limited to only three special effects – The ... Full Article »

April 26, 2012 5:30pm

Grand Theft Auto III on Android will jack your time

When Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto III was released a decade ago, the non-gaming population decried the game a number of titles usually saved for terrorist and criminals. Here we are ten years later, and while media attention has dwindled, the game still contains the same open world sandbox that rev ... Full Article »

April 25, 2012 6:30pm

Get your motor running with the XLR8 Android app

There’s a reason novelty apps remain popular. As the adjective suggests, the best of the genre feel refreshing and fun and often cause a laugh-out-loud moment. XLR8 fits this bill and will likely turn what could be a dull car ride into comic relief. The teaser video implies the idea came from the ... Full Article »

April 25, 2012 4:30pm

Pretty interface of 500px Android app cannot hide its issues

500px, the growing image sharing/hosting website, just released its official mobile app on Android (to accompany the company’s website), and we’ve taken it for a test run. While Instagram may be all the rage right now on mobile devices, 500px offers a great way to store and share photos on the w ... Full Article »

April 25, 2012 6:20am

Moron Test 2 is like the exam that looks to fail you

Having experienced the original, I knew full well the true nature of this game. I approached The Moron Test 2 confident enough, yet still cautious. A minute into the game however, I found myself already failing the initial challenge. In bold red letters the word “FAIL!” fills the entire screen w ... Full Article »

April 24, 2012 6:30pm At the Ballpark is like getting a private tour

Can a ballpark outshine the game being played inside it? Boston’s famous Fenway park turns 100 years old this season, so it was a perfect time to take a closer look via my Android device at the new At the Ballpark app. Turns out the app provides a handy reference guide and proves to be a h ... Full Article »

April 24, 2012 4:30pm

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