Tag Archive: Love


Bury Me, My Love selected as the top game at Google Play Indie Games contest

It’s a text messaging adventure game that tells the story of a Syrian migrant trying to get to Europe.

Download: Bury Me, My Love ($ 2.99)

The Google Play Indie Games Contest wrapped up this week with Bury Me, My Love chosen as the big winner. Developed by a team based in France, the game is a slow-burning “reality-inspired game” that tells the fictional story of Syrian refugee Nour and her husband Majd and their communication through  [Read More…]

Don’t have a date on Valentine’s Day? These apps might help you find love

It’s that time of the year again when couples are busy making romantic plans for Valentine’s Day and singles start feeling sorry for themselves. But why not do something a bit different in 2018? Instead of binging on romantic movies on Netflix that are bound to make you sad anyway, try giving love a chance […]

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Put some love on your wallpaper this Valentine’s Day! ❤️

Wallpapers to make you say “So this is love.”

Whether you’ll be spending Valentine’s Day with your special someone or blissfully single, there’s no denying that there’s love in the air. In the dark and cold of February, we could all use a little warmth and sweetness in our lives, and we could some on our home screens, too! Put a little love in your heart and your Android with these wallpapers.

Heart wallpapers  [Read More…]

Koogeek announces hot sales to celebrate the festival of love (Promoted Deals)

Still looking for a Valentine’s Day presents? That’s terrific because we have some deals that might be right up your alley. Online retailer Koogeek has unleashed the “Surprise the one your love” shopping event during which you can acquire some products with up to 35% off. Here are some smart devices you can order at […]

I’m in love: A week with Substratum/Andromeda theming

System themes are beautiful, but beautiful things that can come with a lot of baggage.

Want to have a dark system theme on your Android phone? Well, if that’s not the default theme on your smartphone, you basically have two options: buy a phone that has a theme engine, like a Samsung Note 8, or root your phone and find a custom ROM that’s theme-friendly. This is far from perfect, and Google has been working to change  [Read More…]

5 free Android icon packs we’re in love with right now

Customize your Android and give it a unique look with one of these free packs.

Defense Zone 3 HD: What’s not to love about this game? (Review)

When was the last time you played a tower defense game? Probably some of you have done it recently, but the truth is that this enjoyable and thorough kind of game has taken a seat back in favor of endless games in recent years. There is a huge fanbase around the genre, though, and it […]

The EcoFlow River is the biggest baddest battery around and I love it

I keep waiting around for a massive jump in battery technology. One day we’ll all look back and remember that we had to charge our phones once a day and think “what the hell were we doing?” Alright, maybe it’s not as bad as I make it out to be, but I am still waiting […]

Android Oreo features you’ll love: Colored notifications

It truly is the little things that can make or break the Android experience.

Android Oreo is full of little tweaks and fixes to the Android experience both behind the scenes and in plain sight, and while there’s plenty to be excited about, my hands-down favorite feature isn’t Android finally fixing their emoji problem or the colorful new notification dots on my home screen. It’s a divisive and inescapable feature on Android Oreo, and one my esteemed  [Read More…]

Android Oreo features you’ll love: Picture-in-Picture mode

We all love things we can see when we get an update, and that’s why Picture-in-Picture mode is so cool!

Android Oreo allows developers to build apps that launch in a new Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode. PIP is a special kind of multi-window mode that’s most commonly used for video playback. You might have PIP on your television or through your cable box. It’s been available for Android TV since the release of Android Nougat, but Oreo brings  [Read More…]