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Go Go Armadillo! Smash all in this one shot puzzler

Posted by wicked August - 1 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off
Go Go Armadillo! Smash all in this one shot puzzler



Go Go Armadillo! is a strategic puzzler to rescue the heroic armadillo’s captured children. Pull the tail and sling shot to trample foes all and save them. There are a few obstacles and helpers along the way. Discover more in this review. Price: Free, Offers in-app purchases Tested on: Samsung Galaxy S4 Content Rating: Everyone AndroidTapp.com Android… View Article

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Rope Jumper – addictive game you can’t put down

Posted by wicked July - 31 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off
Rope Jumper - Start Screen



Rope Jumper is an addictive and annoying game of jump rope that will test your patience, skills, and reflexes. Sound easy to you? Do not be so sure. Go ahead and set a high score. Beat your friends score and race with them. Trying to beat your friends or set a new high score can drive you crazy!… View Article

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Fleksy Keyboard + Emoji. The most accurate & fastest keyboard

Posted by wicked July - 31 - 2014 - Thursday Comments Off
Fleksy Keyboard + Emoji. The most accurate & fastest keyboard



Fleksy Keyboard + Emoji is literally the world’s fastest keyboard! The auto correction is phenomenal plus it learns your writing style, it saves time with convenient typing gestures, it can be personalized and there are over 600 emoji icons built in. Be prepared to pay a few bucks for this keyboard app because it’s well worth… View Article

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9 best new Android apps of July 2014

Posted by wicked July - 30 - 2014 - Wednesday Comments Off

In the wake of Google I/O, July was all about the awesome things Google has been doing but we also saw some big Android apps and games releases. Here, we’ll round up the best Android apps releases of July 2014.


Bamboo Paper icon android appsBamboo Paper

[Price: Free]
First up is an application called Bamboo Paper by Wacom. It’s a doodling and note taking app that focuses on precision but there are some built-in features that are pretty nice too. There are some issues that users have pointed out but overall the attitude toward this app has been positive. It’s free to use so there’s no harm in giving it a shot!
Get it on Google Play
bamboo paper screenshot android apps


commandr android appsCommandr

[Price: Free]
Commandr was releases to a lot of fanfare. This application extends the functionality of Google Now by letting you do things like turn on and off various utilities like flashlight and Bluetooth with your voice through Google Now. There is also Tasker support and a healthy stream of suggestions that the developers are working to include. It’s free and if you use Google Now then this is a must have.
Get it on Google Play


leo's fortune android appsLeo’s Fortune

[Price: $4.99]
After it was used to demo Android TV at Google I/O, the masses waited fervently for Leo’s Fortune to be released. Then it was and, predictably, it was pretty popular. It costs $4.99 but between its smooth game play, amazing graphics, and high Google Play rating, we don’t think there are many people who would be disappointed to shell out that much for this really good game.
Get it on Google Play


Modern Combat 5 icon android appsModern Combat 5

[Price: $6.99]
Modern Combat 5 can be described as one of the blockbuster game releases of the year for Android. With it comes improved graphics, multiplayer support, and more campaign missions to do. There have been some early bugs but pretty much every big game release goes through this. If you’re not sure, just wait a few weeks for the fixes before buying it but it is a really good game.
Get it on Google Play


loklok android appsLokLok

[Price: Free]
LokLok is a new messaging service where every message takes place on your lock screen. This can be a pretty way to communicate with friends as you can doodle, take pictures, and doodle over pictures if you so choose. It’s free to use but don’t put anything personal in the messages because it’ll show up directly on the lock screen of the recipient.
Get it on Google Play
LokLok review


Speakle android appsSpeakle

[Price: Free]
Speakle is a new social media service that specializes in being totally anonymous. When you sign up for an account you don’t provide any details about yourself. You aren’t even allowed to have a profile picture. Once signed up you can say literally whatever you want and it remains totally anonymous but may still receive likes and comments from other anonymous users. It’s great if you want to rant and rave about something but not on regular social media and frankly every person who vaguebooks should be there. It’s free and it’s nice even if the cream-sickle theme is a little much on the eyes.
Get it on Google Play
Speakle android apps


SWIP3 icon android appsSWIP3

[Price: $1.69]
Next up is SWIP3 and it’s the first game designed specifically for Android Wear. In this game you fling blocks around to match colors which then makes them disappear and you get points. It costs $1.69 but it also comes with online multiplayer and a phone version if you want to play it on there. It’s not a bad deal even if it’s a bit of a tired premise.
Get it on Google Play


Android appsTimberman

[Price: Free with in app purchases]
If you’re looking for the obnoxious game of the month then Timberman is your best bet. It gained mainstream popularity after the fad blogs decided that it was the next best hard game after Flappy Bird died off. It’s free with ads but you can pay to remove the ads if you prefer. It’s easy to play and we’ve no doubt you’ll get the hang of hating so much that you can’t stop playing it.
Get it on Google Play


Wear Mini Launcher Android Wear Android appsWear Mini Launcher

[Price: Free]
Last up this month is the Wear Mini Launcher. This launcher allows you to operate your Android Wear device more closely to a normal Android device by giving you an app drawer that’s almost always easy to get to. It has a lot of positive reviews, it’s free, and it’s easy to use. Who could ask for more?
Get it on Google Play
Android Wear Android apps

Wrap up

If we missed any awesome Android apps released in July 2014, leave us a comment and tell us about it!

AugmentedReality Color Changer – Indie app of the day

Posted by wicked July - 28 - 2014 - Monday Comments Off

What is AugmentedReality Color Changer

AugmentedReality Color Changer is a camera application that allows you to change the color of something in a shot before you take the picture. In other words, you can turn a yellow flower into a blue flower and then take the picture that way. It allows you to alter colors pre-shot as opposed to post shot so you can see how your color changing affects the pictures.

The app is fairly easy to use. You open it and it’ll show you what your camera sees. You then use the dropper icon to select a color and then the color picker to change it to another color. It’s a niche functionality to be sure but it’s one that can be a lot of fun if you like snapping photos.

Aside from the ability to change the colors of things and take photos, the app also lets you share your shots with social media if you prefer. Other than that, the app doesn’t do anything else. This can be bad if you’re looking for a more advanced tool but really this is something nice and simple.

AugmentedReality Color Changer

You can always just change the color.

PROS
  • Fun camera app lets you change the color of objects in your shot before you take a photo.
  • Despite being in beta, the app appears to work pretty well.
  • Simple functions include changing color, taking a picture, and sharing pictures. It’s a very simple to use tool.
CONS
  • It is in beta so there will be bugs, performance issues, and glitches.

7.0

It’s worth noting that this app is still in beta so you may run into bugs, glitches, or performance issues. The developer has asked that you send in those bug reports instead of leaving negative feedback so they have an opportunity to fix things. On its own it’s not the most glorious app ever but in a combination with other camera and image editing apps, you can do some really cool stuff with your photos.

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Source: AugmentedReality Color Changer (Google Play Store);

Blend: The Game. A simple, color logic puzzler

Posted by wicked July - 28 - 2014 - Monday Comments Off
Blend: The Game. A simple, color logic puzzler



Blend: The Game is a simple logic puzzle game to mix and match colors then eliminate blocks in finite moves. Can you score the highest among others in Google Play? Read the review and download. Price: Free, Offers in-app purchases Tested on: Samsung Galaxy S4 Content Rating: Everyone AndroidTapp.com Android Game Review: Pros & Cons: Pros Simple… View Article

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SportsManias: Sports News Feed – Indie app of the day

Posted by wicked July - 27 - 2014 - Sunday Comments Off

sportsmanias

What is SportsManias?

SportsManias is a newer sports application that aims to bring you up-to-the-minute news on your favorite sports and favorite sports teams. It does this by letting you select your favorite teams when you first open the application and after you create an account using your favorite social media site. From there you’ll get a news feed, a video feed, a tweet feed, and a rumors feed.

The app is laid out in a manner that is mostly in accordance to the Android design guidelines. Each tab is swipe-able and the settings menu is a slide-out hamburger menu from the left side. That means people shouldn’t have any trouble navigating the application. It’s also fairly smooth and we didn’t have any issues getting to where we needed to go.

Other than the main features, there isn’t much to the app. You can get notifications on game or match starts as well as updates for each period/quarter/inning/etc if you prefer. Otherwise, it’s essentially a giant news dump but you get to control which news gets dumped to you.

We did experience a few problems with the application. The account sign-in using social media was a bit buggy. SportsManias crashed twice trying to sign into Google+ before it finally worked. Also, the built-in browser doesn’t allow the re-sizing of pages or text to fit the screen which was incredibly obnoxious. We hope that gets fixed in later updates.

sportsmanias

Sports news but faster.

PROS
  • Lets you browse videos, tweets, articles, and rumors about your favorite teams.
  • Android design standard is used and in this use case is a really good idea.
  • Lets you create an account using Twitter, Google+, or Facebook.
  • If you switch to individual team views, you can also see standings and schedule.
  • Works pretty well and operates fairly smooth.
CONS
  • We had some sign in issues using social media and that’ll probably frustrate people.
  • The in-app browser doesn’t resize web pages to fit the screen size. That’s a big no-no.
  • Is missing some things that make competitors a more well-rounded experience. Not necessarily bad but it’s not good either.

7.0

All in all, this is a sports application with a lot of potential. It’s aiming to be a Bleacher Report competitor and for right now Bleacher Report simply has the more stable application. However, we’d check back in a few months once SportsManias has fixed the few issues they have because it could become a contender very quickly.

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Check out the last indie app of the day: ROBLOX


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Build & Play 3D Planes Edition – interactive building game for young children

Posted by wicked July - 25 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off
Build and Play 3D Planes Edition - Flying Game 2



Build & Play 3D Planes Edition is an interactive activity game for children ages 3 to 6, assembling planes plus mini games to test the craft in flight. It’s a colorful cool game to add to your Android phone or tablet for the little tyke(s) in your life. Price: $1.99 Tested on: Samsung Galaxy S4 Content… View Article

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5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Google Play Weekly

Posted by wicked July - 25 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off


It’s been a big week in the world of Android apps. The Google Play Store got an update and it brings some Material Design goodness. Samsung seems to have single-handedly revitalized the momentum of the Gamepop Android gaming console. Amazon Prime Music is adding hundreds of thousands of songs from big name artists. The Google Play Store summer sale is in full swing and includes a lot of awesome apps and games. A new trailer was released for the upcoming Walking Dead game that’s due out in early 2015. Now for five Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week!


Bamboo Paper icon android appsBamboo Paper

[Price: Free]
First up this week is Bamboo Paper. This app by Wacom is a doodle note taking application that has a crisp, clean layout and some fun tools for doodling and note taking that focus on precision. Some people have been disappointed with it but the overall vibe is that the app isn’t terrible and if you’re looking for a simpler note taking or doodling app, this could be the way to go.
Get it on Google Play
bamboo paper screenshot android apps


SWIP3 icon android appsSWIP3

[Price: $1.69]
SWIP3 is the first official game designed for Android Wear. It’s a little time waster game where you must swipe around your watch face to match blocks. Matched blocks disappear and you get points added to your score. It features online multiplayer and has a phone version too. It’s $1.69 in the Google Play Store right now.
Get it on Google Play


Firefox android appsFirefox Browser

[Price: Free]
Firefox browser got a huge update this last week. Included is a few UI tweaks, the removal of CAPS infrastructure, WebVTT implementation, CSS3 implementation, and a lot more. This should result in a cleaner, better experience with less incompatibilities than before. If you’re getting tired of your old browser, why not Firefox?
Get it on Google Play


Skype free calls on androidSkype

[Price: Free]
Skype version 5.0 for Android came out this last week. Included are the boilerplate fixes and performance improvements but Skype can now manage your contact list and your contacts will start showing up in your Skype contacts automatically. For many this may not be a big deal but if Skype starts being more like Google Hangouts as an all-in-one chat solution then things could get interesting because you can actually make voice calls already on Skype.
Get it on Google Play


Modern Combat 5 icon android appsModern Combat 5

[Price: $6.99]
Last and certainly not least this week is the release of Modern Combat 5. The game costs $6.99 in the Play Store and has no IAPs. The graphics are phenomenal and the game comes with online multiplayer, more campaign, and more action than the original. Modern Combat 4 remains on a lot of lists for the best first person shooter. We don’t expect any less out of Modern Combat 5. If you want to see more, stay tuned because our review will be out soon.
Get it on Google Play

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Endless Jabber SMS – Indie app of the day

Posted by wicked July - 25 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off

What is Endless Jabber SMS?

Endless Jabber SMS is a protocol that allows you to sync your text messages to your computer and tablet to help ease the strain on your phone. You use the application on the various platforms and you can send and receive texts from your computer, laptop, or tablet instead of your phone and thus gives you more options to communicate in that medium.

The app uses web browsers to sync your text messages across devices. This is done by installing the application on your phone and then going to https://www.EndlessJabber.com/web on your tablet or computer. The site will ask you to log in using your Google account. Once you’ve done that, you’ll be able to see your text messages from within the web browser, send texts, and even receive texts. If you’re a user of Chrome browser, there is also an extension you can pick up.

That’s really it. The online interface is a tad simplistic but frankly do you really need a lot of pizzazz for a text message web interface? The app comes in free and pro flavors. The basic app features are present in the free version so you can still send and receive texts but some of the more advanced features are in the pro version only which is a month-to-month subscription service.

Endless Jabber SMS

Use your web browser to answer texts.

PROS
  • You can send/receive texts on pretty much anything that can access the internet using a web browser.
  • High degree of compatibility and it’s cross platform capable.
  • The core features are free while the advanced features are paid: the way it should be.
  • Still sends texts via your phone so there is no weird protocol that can gum up the works.
  • Integration with EvolveSMS.
  • MMS support.
CONS
  • The web interface is a little simplistic. We would’ve liked to have seen some themes or more layout options.
  • Some features, like checking to see whether or not the phone is charging (not checking the battery percentage, but see if it’s actually charging), don’t really seem necessary.

8.5

Overall, this is a pretty decent application. Users have reported a high degree of compatibility and not all that many issues. It’s new so there’s still time to find some bugs but overall it appears as though this application is capable of delivering a positive experience. If you’re trying to sync your texts and want to try something new, why not this one?

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