The new U.S. smartphone market share numbers for February 2014 from comScore show Android made a slight gain since last November. Android grew from 51.9 percent to 52.1, while Apple gained 0.1 percentage points to hit 41.3 percent. BlackBerry saw a dip, while Microsoft climbed ever so slightly to hit 3.4 percent market share.
ZTE has announced its latest Android-powered smartphone, the massive 6.44-inch Nubia X6. With a price of roughly $ 640 (US), the handset boasts a quad-core 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB RAM, and a 4250mAh battery. In addition to being big and powerful this one is able to snap 13-megapixel images on front or back. Indeed, the front-facing camera features a f/2.2 aperture and the backside offers optical image stabilization and dual-LED flash. Unfortunately, it does not look [Read More...]
Do you love watching soccer, I mean football? I’ve never been a huge fan, but I’ll always tune into the World Cup. Earlier today I said that Gameloft had not release an Android game in awhile, but I was quickly corrected when someone told me that Real Soccer 2012 just launched.
The game is available for free and Gameloft is supporting a wide variety of devices, including the new Galaxy Nexus. Real Soccer [Read More...]
Planning to watch the New York Giants defeat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl on Sunday? The NFL just released their official Super Bowl XLVI Guide to the Android Market where it’s free to download. It appears the app has a lot of features geared towards those lucky enough to be in Indianapolis this weekend, but there are plenty of other goodies for those watching from home.
Highlights of the app [Read More...]
Valve didn’t release an official Steam app for Android devices until last week, so some folks have been relying on third-party apps to get their fix of checking the stores, [Read More...]
The official Steam for Android application hasn’t been with us all that long, but an air of controversy already surrounds its arrival. Almost all of the third-party Steam applications have disappeared from the Android Market.
If Valve happens to be involved in some way, the odd part is that the Steam API is publicly available for use. Seems a tad suspicious though.
If you’re using a third-party Steam application [Read More...]
We brought you the news back on Tuesday, but today is the day. “The Leftover” update for the brilliant Shadowgun is now live in the Android Market.
The expansion pack is a direct update to the original app, and brings with it 4 whole new levels among a bunch of other cool new features. We’re not going to bore you with details, because we know you’d rather be playing this. [Read More...]
SEGA is hedging its bets on Android and delivering the a new-ish game Sonic the Hedgehog. No longer just an iOS affair, Sonic 4: Episode 1 is available now in the Android Market for [Read More...]
Sega has been working hard to bring Sonic The Hedgehog games to Android and their latest release is now available in the Android Market. Sonic 4 Episode 1 picks up where the Sonic CD series left off and even includes some exclusive content:
2 Exclusive Levels – Two exclusive levels build specifically for smartphones using the accelerometer. New Moves – All of Sonic’s classic moves are available, including the newer Homing [Read More...]