As we mentioned earlier Google is holding their I/O developer conference today, and we're back with some more great news. The search giant has announced an all new Hangouts app. Doing away with Google Talk and Google+ Messenger, this new service will combine all these and more into one unified, cross-platform application. Head inside for the details.
Today Google is holding their I/O developer conference, where they have just announced a new gaming service. Essentially, it is or can be looked at as, Google's answer to Apple's Game Center, bringing with it leader boards, game achievements, and even multiplayer and cloud support. It gets better – Google also announced that this new service, titled Google Play Game Services, is coming to iOS. In other news, the famous gaming company Electronic Arts has confirmed that their Frostbite gaming engine will be going mobile, available on iOS and Android.
Before iOS and Android took over the mobile phone world, BlackBerry was the king of smartphones. While the company has almost become irrelevant today, it was once one of the most innovative in the world.
Now, the company is trying to climb its way back to the top and has just unveiled its latest Blackerry software. The company has also announced that its beloved BBM messaging platform will be coming to iOS and Android in the coming months. The service will run on iOS 6 and Android 4 and will be completely free in the App Store this summer.
Popular to-do app Clear usually costs $2 in the App Store, but the makers behind the app have teamed up with Starbucks to make the app free for a month! Clear has been praised countless times in the blogosphere community for its gorgeous and intuitive design. Now, you can check it out for yourself for free.
You must use this link and sign in with your U.S. iTunes account in order to get it for free.
An iOS application called Simply Find It, was discovered to have an embedded trojan horse type virus. How has this made its way through Apple's security measures? Sources tell us the good news is that it's harmless; the bad news is that malware has been just chillin' in the AppStore. What else could be lurking in the shadows?
The App Store gets yet another maps application today, ForeverMap2. This app features an OpenStreetMaps base, with the highlight coming from their offline map function. The Apple Maps fiasco has since (relatively) died out thanks to Apple's major improvements coupled with the release of Google Maps on the App Store. With that said, ForeverMap2 is worth checking out, especially for those with Wi-Fi only iDevices.
Blockbuster has seen quite a rollercoaster ride in the past couple of years, but despite all of its troubles, the company is trying to stay relevant in the movie streaming business. Earlier this year, the Blockbuster On Demand moving streaming service was relaunched for computers, Android devices, and Samsung Smart TVs. iOS users were left in the dark, until now, that is…
The latest edition of the wildly popular Angry Birds series is here folks, but this time around, it’s all about social gaming. Titled “Angry Birds Friends”, this awesome new game lets you challenge your Facebook friends to a game wherever you are!
“In this FREE new game, you can use your phone to challenge your Facebook friends for the title of ultimate pig popper and bird flinger! Play in weekly tournaments with your friends and see if you can snag the coveted bronze, silver and gold trophies. Plus, gather daily rewards, send and receive gifts, and brag about your accomplishments! And if you’re playing Angry Birds Friends on Facebook, your tournament progress will automatically be updated, so you can continue playing wherever you are!”