The newest addition to the Sega Forever collection is the iconic arcade brawler Streets of Rage, available to download now for free on iOS and Android.
Articles covering the latest from Google, with focus its mobile operating system, Android, exploring apps, games as well as tips, how-tos and detailed guides for the platform.
Here’s how you can get animated emoji similar to the Animoji in iPhone X on an older iPhone and iPad or any Android device.
Here’s how to get the new iPhone X-exclusive Live wallpapers (gradient and ink variants) on your Android device, and have them play in a seamless loop.
Download and install this port to get all of Google’s new Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL live wallpapers on any Android device.
VFX studio RocketJump has released an iOS (iPhone, iPad) & Android app called Chromascreen that offers easy screen chroma keying & tracking easier for filmmakers.
A guide on how to quickly print or scan with your HP printer from the convenience of your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Android smartphone or tablet.
This rootless Pixel Launcher port aims to bring the look and feel of the Android 8.0 Oreo homescreen to older, incompatible devices. Download its APK here.
Roughly a year and a half following its acquisition of popular iOS Reddit client Alien Blue, “the front page of the internet” has replaced the old app with an all-new iPhone and Android client of its own.
Popular pioneer of screen temperature control f.lux has officially made its way to Android, and is available to download on the Play Store.
Google has released the first preview build of Android N along with an easier, OTA-based way to install beta builds called the Android Beta Program. Here’s how to download and install Android N over-the-air through the new program.