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Soccer Superstar game kicks out the jams

Break out the vuvuzelas, again! The World Cup might have come and gone, but soccer – yeah I know, football, but hey I'm from California – fever continues. Now you pass, shoot, and score from anywhere at anytime with Soccer Superstar for Android. The game play is pretty frenetic. Watching some o ... Full Article »

September 30, 2010 10:46am

Papaya Free a gateway to 14 social games

Fans of Papaya's mobile games (Papaya Fish, Farm, Ranch, Pet, Blackjack, Chess, Reversi, Parking War and more) can now tap into all of these titles – and their associated chat rooms and other social tools – under one new application: Papaya Free. In all, the Papaya Free app ties these offerings ... Full Article »

September 29, 2010 9:40am

Leave the People on the newsstand and grab this Android app

The definitive celebrity gossip magazine People, from your grocery store news racks, is infiltrating the Android Marketplace. Bringing its signature weekday “Star Track” photo galleries and “Stylewatch” features to Android is People magazine with the People Celeb News Android app ($1.99). Y ... Full Article »

September 28, 2010 10:59am

Updated Kindle app starts a book-reading revolution

In case you haven't been keeping up with current events, there's a book-publishing revolution going on. Ebook reader device sales are exploding, and so is the proliferation of ebook apps. You might be thinking – so what? What does that have to do with traditional print publishing and your cherishe ... Full Article »

September 28, 2010 10:25am

Digital Recipe Sidekick app a five-star addition to the kitchen

The free Digital Recipe Sidekick app is like a sous chef for the everyday cook -- it’s an interactive recipe reader and a digital cookbook in one. You can use the existing recipes, import recipes from, copy and paste recipes from the Web, or input them yourself. The best part is, yo ... Full Article »

September 28, 2010 9:50am

PdaNet Free Edition can save time and money

When major cell carriers recently began offering wifi tethering for an extra fee, I was tempted to go for it. After all, tethering (using your Android phone as an Internet access point so your laptop and other devices can surf using your phone's data access) has the potential to save money and aggr ... Full Article »

September 28, 2010 9:03am

Linkin Park Android app is Big Pimpin'

The free Linkin Park app for Android by Mobile Roadie is perfect for hardcore groupies,   casual fans or even those exploring the band's music for the first time. Mobile Roadie does a stellar job of organizing the band's musical repertoire in this rock star app for users to browse by singles, live ... Full Article »

September 28, 2010 7:43am

Walgreens Android app offers prescription refills in a snap

The free Walgreens app is designed to help the wellness retail chain's existing pharmacy customers fill their prescriptions with ease. The highlight of this app is the function to simply scan the barcode of your prescription with your phone's camera in order to refill. For the masses, the app has a ... Full Article »

September 27, 2010 1:00pm

RockPlayer Universal brings the multiplex to your DROID

Movie lovers, rejoice! RockPlayer Universal from Redirect Intelligence is a killer free app, making it easy to play back your entire library of video files (including DIVX, AVI, XVID, MKV, RMVB, MP4, MPG, and many more) right from the memory card of your DROID. Android users finally have a solid ex ... Full Article »

September 27, 2010 9:15am

Nesoid Lite brings NES games to Android platform

Gaming on the DROID has been somewhat lacking to date, at least in terms of the quantity of titles to choose from. But lament no more, as a solid Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) emulator has been burning up the sales charts on the Android Marketplace for several weeks now. If you’re new to ga ... Full Article »

September 27, 2010 9:10am

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