Posts tagged minecraft

Movies on a Moto 360. Because. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Movies on a Moto 360. Because. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Movies are better on a big screen. In fact, the bigger the screen, the better the movie, I think. But if you really, really have to, you can watch them on your teeny-tiny Android Wear watch, as demonstrated in the video below.

This is a fully-functioning word processor built out of Minecraft blocks. Screenshot: Cult of Android

This is a fully-functioning word processor built out of Minecraft blocks. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Playing games and being productive are two activities that just don’t mix, but thanks to a Minecraft player that goes by the name of Koala Steamed, you can now construct a fort while you type up your class papers. Steamed has spent two years building a word processor inside the hit game that really works.

Croc on your watch. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Croc on your watch. Screenshot: Cult of Android

At this point we already know that Android Wear watches will run regular Android apps with a bit of simple side-loading — and we’ve already seen devices like the Samsung Gear Live running Game Boy emulators, games like Minecraftand even Windows 95. In case you’re wondering how Android Wear watches might handle your favorite PlayStation 1 games, check out the video below.

Minecraft running on a Gear Live. Screenshot: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Minecraft running on a Gear Live. Screenshot: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

If your Minecraft addiction is so bad you need to play it on as many devices as possible, you’ll be pleased to hear it runs just fine on Android Wear. The 30-second video below shows the popular building game running smoothly on a Samsung Gear Live, with only its tiny display standing in the way of an enjoyable experience.

TuneIn-Radio-Pro-iOS

If you haven’t already paid to upgrade to TuneIn Radio Pro, then chances are you won’t be doing so anytime soon. The popular internet radio app just got a massive price increase from $3.99 to $9.99 for no apparent reason, making its free, ad-supported counterpart look like an even more attractive option.

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