One of the most trusted sources of news just made it easier for its Filipino subscribers to be in the know via their smartphone or tablet. In partnership with Sven Ingenuity Inc., the Philippine Star recently released a mobile app where users can learn about the latest Philippine events. You can download it for free in iOS and Android.
If you’re one of the folks who used Apex Launcher as your main app for your android device, you might want to update it to get the new features the Android Does development team added.
The Plants versus Zombies franchise will finally have a sequel after 4 long years. Popcap announced the popular game’s follow up through a funny teaser video which didn’t revealed anything on the gameplay or look of the game.
If you’ve finished playing the Angry Birds game on your Windows Phone, Rovio wants you to play more as they added 100 new levels for you to enjoy. You just got some company this weekend so hop in and join the fun.
Google Now, one of the finest offering from the Big G, has been rumored to be integrated on the ever-reliable Google Search. But before that happens, they just launched the super-useful personal assistant application for iPhone and iPad users.
Are there any Iron Man fans here? Hey, anybody? Oh, there you are! I know you’ve watched Iron Man 3 already (and if you still haven’t, you should!) but here’s a new game that should get you excited – the official Iron Man 3 game is now available for download at Google play!
People who usually travel to other countries often rely on translation services such as the Google Translate. But what if you don’t have an internet connection? How can you get out of trouble? Thanks to Google Translate’s latest android app update, you can now carry foreign languages on your android device.
Google Play has never been so attractive-looking since its launch last year. While we find the design absolutely better than the now defunct Android Market, the ability to move around it wasn’t really pleasing. Fortunately, a fresh look if the Play Store is now rolling out to android phones and tablets.
The ‘Come see our new Home on Android’ event was finally over. As expected, Facebook revealed a Facebook-centered smartphone and the core features of its ‘Facebook Home’ launcher. It’s been a long time coming and we’re glad that it’s finally official. Now, shall we take a quick look on its main features?
After the long wait, the most celebrated running game finally reached the Windows Phone Store. Temple Run has been enjoyed by millions of iOS and Android users but this time Imangi Studios will be sharing some love on Windows Phone 8. Unfortunately, they didn’t skipped this and go directly with the sequel.
WeChat is one of the most popular mobile voice and text application available for Android and iOS today. Ever since its launch back in January 2011, its user base has grown exponentially because of its wide range of functionalities. In this post, we’ll share our thoughts about its core features so if you’re interested, read on after the break.
Qualcomm wants to show the people how powerful their newest processor is and that’s why they released a new game to let us know. There is no better way to show how great a processor is than to show them off in real life. Most people test a smartphone’s capability by playing high-definition games and that’s what Qualcomm did on this one too.
Enable Fullscreen Mode on Apps and Retain Navigation & Notifications on Tablets with Full!screen [ROOT]March 22, 2013 | Adam Parnala
Some of you might be aware of this app already but it’s still worth sharing for those who don’t know this yet. It’s not really new but it’s still cool if you haven’t tried it out. For most tablet users, one of their common questions is “How can I hide the navigation bar when I’m on a game/app?”. If you want to know how, read it below.
Google just launched a note-taking service called as Google Keep. The said service went live on their official website two days ago for a short period but it mysteriously disappeared after a while. It’s not surprising though as it might not be ready for prime time during that day.
In just one month, Harlem Shake, a song by Baauer, sparked a new dance craze that massively exploded and conquered our computer’s monitors. Everyday thousands of short video clips (30 seconds to be exact) were uploaded in Youtube and various video sharing sites that made the popularity of Harlem Shake increase even further.