Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Step into the world of Fast & Furious 6. Earn cash and the respect of the “Fastest” drivers as you drift and drag through the London street scene. Join the Fast & Furious crew as they prepare to take on a series of jobs in an all new heist mode. Fast & Furious 6: The Game takes the mobile racing genre to greater heights with stunning graphics, new game modes, addictive challenges and intense full-throttle missions that dare you to exceed all limits.
Smartphone users now have a bewildering choice of games available for their devices with some more famous than others, and now we can tell you that Diner Dash for Android speeds onto the Google Play Store.
The popular game has been available for a few years now on various platforms but now Android users can experience the title following its recent release to the platform. For those of you that may have never heard of the game it centres on the main character called Flo, who is a young restaurant owner that is trying to expand her business.
Players have to help Flo manage the experience that customers enjoy in her restaurant by getting them to a table, taking orders, serving them, and then clearing away after them. You have to make sure you organize your tasks though as you need to avoid keeping customers waiting in this highly addictive game as you try and earn as many tips as possible.
You will be serving a variety of customers from business women through to those pesky vampires, as you explore colourful themed restaurants. Exclusive additional restaurants can be unlocked and if you are unsure whether the game is for you there is a free version available.
If the full version is more your thing this is currently being offered with a 50% discount to celebrate the games launch and is priced at £0.65/$0.99 via Google Play.
Are you a fan of Diner Dash?
Diner Dash for Android Download
One of our favourites, Little Photo is mostly a photo filtering app with a few basic features like adding frames and rotating pictures. You can adjust the intensity of these filters to suit your taste. It is much easier to use than PicSay but has a few advanced features like multi exposure, burn spot, and body glow. - Photo Editing app
Little Photo: Add film and retouch effects to your photos.This is free.
New effects will be added in updates.
Over 70 effects and tools.
Developed by someone who love photography very much :)
Try and stack different effects to create your style!
* Photos save at your SD card
/mnt/sdcard/Little Photo *
Little Photo contains about 95% free functions. If you want to unlock ALL functions, please buy "Little Photo Plug-in"
( brightness, contrast, exposure, skin smoothing, front camera, etc)
On the other hand, if you want to process large photo (eg: from DSLR, around 3-4 MB each), you may consider "Little Film" , another professional app.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Kingdom Rush, one of the most popular tower defence games on the iPad has come over to Android. I’ve covered Kingdom Rush before on the site and went as far to say it was the best tower defence game I’d ever played on the iPad. The graphics, the levels and overall quality of the game is amazing.
It’s great to see the game come over to Android. I highly recommend it to anyone who is into tower defence type games, you won’t regret it.
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Yesterday I uploaded a preview of Carmageddon on the iPad so today I wanted to upload an Android version as well. I think the Android version controls handle much better. It seems I don't have the same problem turning on Android as I did on iOS.
You can check out my iPad preview HERE.
Download Carmageddon for Android on the Play Store:
$1.99 for the Paid Version.
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Happen to be one of the people hoping to see a Google Music app redesign sometime in the future? Well, you are not alone. While we wait on Google to breathe some fresh air into their app’s design, there are developers out there that are making their own works of music app art, such as this one called, Now Playing.
Now Playing is still in beta and doesn’t have access to your Google Music library, but if you do have music on your device already, it’s a great 3rd party player. Its design is minimal and simplistic, with small outlines bordering each artist and song title. What the app does quite well is bring attention to each album cover and even song lyrics. And if you don’t have an album cover for a particular album, don’t worry, it auto downloads them from the web via WiFi.
If you want to try out the Now Playing Beta, you can download it via the link below. To install, simply sideload it as you would any other application.
Download Now Playing for Android