The latest version of the world’s most popular football game comes to Android as a free download.
The BBC have introduced iPlayer downloads to the Android application. And about time to!
The Google All Access music service allows unlimited streaming from the Play music store. Find out how the new service compares with the main competitor Spotify.
The latest release of the Channel 4 app provides downloadable content for offline viewing. This is great news for Nexus 7 owners with no data connection.
The latest version of Gmail is being pushed out to Android phones. We take a look at what’s new.
With the demise of the Android Tweetdeck app it was time to review all the other options. We take a look at (almost) all the Twitter apps available on the Android platform and see which is the best for the Nexus tablets.
The Google Tracks app has been around for a while but it doesn’t seem to be one of Google’s best known offerings. In fact I only happened across it by chance last week and have been giving it a little test run over the last couple of days. I thought it was worth sharing as chances […]
Here’s a neat little widget from Google Play, a new addition to the Play app line up: Sound Search. You might already be familiar with music recognition apps such as Shazam or SoundHound – this is Google’s version. The idea is that if you are out and about and hear a tune that you really like […]
A nice little update from Google this morning. If you’ve grabbed the new Gmail update you’ll notice some new options in the notification bar. As you can see in my screen shot, you can now archive and reply to mails directly from the Android notification centre. As far as I can see there aren’t any […]
I am a regular downloader of Amazon’s free app of the day, there have been some good quality apps available over the last few months (and some that are less good!). Today I introduce another source of free apps: App of the Day – 100% Free by AppTurbo App of the Day This service has […]