Posts tagged android
Haunted House HD is a spooky and creepy Live Wallpaper application that transforms your Android smartphone into a Halloween perk. Developed by Dualboot Games, who are well praised for their live wallpapers, Haunted House HD allows you to roam a completely haunted mansion right from your smartphone. Read More
Dionote, developed by Diotek, is a very dynamic and intriguing app that allows users to create notes not only by typing but also using their handwriting without any problems. Dionote includes two types of modes for creating notes or memos. First is ‘Entry Mode’ and the second is ‘Canvas Mode’. Read More
City of Splendors is a 3D MMO or, particularly, MMORPG action style game that is compatible across all iOS devices and Android devices. City of Splendors is wildly immersive and takes players into a complete fantasy world of their own and it is one of its kind. Read More
The minds behind the popular To-Do App, ‘Any.DO,’ just released their new calendar App, called ‘Cal.’ Cal is part of their new ‘App Family,’ which contains Any.DO, Cal, and two more upcoming apps, Mail and Memo.
Android developers are getting a huge boost today. Google at Google I/O today announced the release of Android Studio – an IDE built just for Android developers so they can build and deploy Apps faster. This is nothing completely unique to the platform, but instead a much needed tool as most of the other major players in the market like Apple and Microsoft provide their own set of tools to ease the life of developers. Android Studio is a replacement for Eclipse. Read More
If you are a successful Android developer, chances are that you wouldn’t want to push out an update that is unstable and might cause distress amongst your loyal user fan base. At Google I/O today, Google announced that starting today, Android developers will be able to beta test their Apps before pushing it out to the masses. Within the developer console, there will now be three tabs – “alpha testing”, “beta testing” and “product”. Read More