Every month, thousands of games are published on the Play Store from big and small developers alike. However, not all of them are worth your time, effort and money. Some are filled with IAPs that completely destroy the gameplay and are meant for minting money from the users while others are just poorly made.
To help you save the effort from distinguishing the good games from the bad ones, we list down the top 3 games released on the Play Store in February.
More than 40+ handsets and devices were unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year from big and small OEMs around the world. However, only a handful of them were the main attraction of the show.
Going into Mobile World Congress this year, the one device everyone was waiting to see was Samsung’s new Galaxy S5. We knew it was coming — the South Korean company made that pretty clear with all of its teasers beforehand — and we couldn’t wait to see what the 2014 flagship would bring.
Smartphones certainly stole the show for another year, then, but there was another product category we couldn’t help but take note of. No, I’m not talking about tablets — which were just as disappointing this year as they were in 2013; I’m talking about wearables.
It’s day two of Mobile World Congress! We’ve already seen the latest offerings from Nokia, Samsung, Sony, and LG — you can find yesterday’s live blog here — so look out for hands-on images of these devices from the show floor throughout the day. We’ll also be checking out new devices from Lenovo and ZTE.
Good morning, folks. We’re up bright and early in Barcelona to catch the latest announcements from Nokia (three new Android handsets!) and Sony. Follow our live blog below to find out more about these and everything else we uncover on the show floor throughout the day.
BlackBerry’s chance at clawing back smartphone share and mounting any kind of a threat against Android and iOS looks slimmer every time the company announces its sales figures. It seems increasingly likely the Canadian company will eventually have to sell off its smartphone business or turn to Android in an effort to survive.
But despite what you may think, the BlackBerry 10 operating system isn’t a complete write-off. In fact, there are lots things it does incredibly well. Having used it myself for quite a bit over the past 12 months, I’ve compiled a list of five features that I think Google should steal for Android.
Since its inception, Android has had true multi-tasking allowing people to run multiple apps in the background without restricting their functionality. Back in the day, this was all one would have wanted from their Android device.
With time though, Android devices grew more powerful and started packing bigger screens. Soon, we had multi-view multitasking on Android devices, thanks to Samsung and other OEMs.
Adobe killed Flash Player for Android during the Ice Cream Sandwich days and suggested that Android 4.1 Jelly Bean users uninstall the plugin from their device. However, to the delight of many — the Flash player plugin worked flawlessly on Jelly Bean powered devices right until Android 4.3.
Thanks to some underlying changes in Android 4.4 KitKat, the Flash Player plugin does not work properly on the latest version of Android. As always though, someone from the Android community has managed to find a workaround to get Flash Player to work under KitKat.
Wondering when your smartphone will receive the much-anticipated Android 4.4 KitKat update? Well, hopefully this will help to shed some light on the answer to that question. Thanks to a series of leaks, rumors and announcements, we have created an ‘update guide’ containing all the handsets we believe will receive the beefy upgrade this year.
Every year, various Android OEMs release hundreds of new Android powered smartphones. However, only a handful of them sell in millions of units and are truly worth your hard earned money.
This year was no different with Samsung and releasing their flagship handsets by the first half of this year, followed by LG, Sony, Google and Motorola in the second half. But, which was the best Android smartphone released this year? Read our round up below to find out.