Got some goofy or slightly embarrassing photos you want to share via social networks but only for a limited time? The Phantom app for iPhone and Android lets you do just that.
The latest installment of one of the most popular first person shooters on smartphones and tablets is finally out, raising the bar even more for the genre on mobiles.
Bandai Namco has confirmed the next entry to their popular fighting game franchise. Tekken 7 takes the fighting scene to a whole new level by using Unreal Engine 4.
Of the many available MOBA games, I’m particularly fond of Dota 2. It may not be forgiving to the casual player, but it can be a fun, challenging pastime once you’ve got the hang of it. Customizing your heroes with items enhances the experience even further, which this guide will teach you how to buy through GCash American Express Virtual Pay.
Have you ever regretted deleting that picture you took with a hot promo girl because when your significant other would give you a fit when she sees it? Or perhaps you accidentally deleted a document containing some numbers and addresses?
Back in 2013, Filipinos were first introduced to WeChat with the help of Drew Arellano and Iya Villania by the way of three TV commercials. There, we discovered features like Video Calls, Hold to Talk, and Moments.
We live in a world that is increasingly living life online and on mobile devices. Everything is so convenient, but it’s also heartbreaking in a way because people are ignoring their loved ones who are often right in front of them in favor of messaging apps and social networking sites.
In case you missed it, Apple just unveiled the newest version of iOS at the company’s WWDC 2014 keynote address in San Francisco. While it’s not the evolutionary leap that iOS 7 was over its predecessor, iOS 8 still brings a lot of new features and functionality that iPhone and iPad users are going to love. Here are the iOS 8 features that you’ll really care about.
Besides Belgium, Uganda, and Switzerland, Google has expanded its Play Store in the Philippines to include movies.
One of the really great things about smartphones and tablets is that they’re one-stop shops of every conceivable distractions known to man. Videos? Check. Music? Stream or download away! Games? Oh, God, don’t get me started about games! Injustice:Gods Among Us made me unproductive for quite a while, and when I installed 2048, I went nuts! But that’s the problem: so many apps tend to become so addictive that it tends to get in the way of things like matter, such as work.
If you’re dumping your iOS devices for ones powered by Android, you might encounter one annoying problem: disappearing texts sent by friends still using iDevices. The bug has been known for some time already, and yet Apple remains negligent on providing a fix. It’s no wonder a former iPhone owner is now suing the company.
Got a funny-looking mole on your skin? That may be a sign of melanoma, a type of skin cancer. Consulting a doctor can be expensive, so why not use a cheaper (and possibly more effective) way to detect skin cancer instead? Meet the DermoScreen app.
Waking up your iDevice with the touch of a button is fine, but what if you could do so with a double tap on the display? Try SmartTap.
Fancy becoming a celebrity? Just submit a couple of selfies, and you might be the next star in WeChat’s next TV commercial!