With every company having a mobile version it’s easy for your phone to get cluttered with apps. Now all the most important information and best deals are in one place with Poynt. This all-in-one app consists of seven easy to navigate categories, your current locations weather, and a sharing button. [Read more...]
Real Colors palette generator proves to be a handy app for designers and everyday users. Real Colors creates a color palette from a single photo. [Read more...]
In the Android fight for speed, Scalado Album is a faster alternative to Android gallery options. Scalado Album loads your pictures quickly and seemingly effortlessly, unlike the standard gallery app. Scalado’s goal to give users a responsive app is certainly achieved. Even zooming in and out occurs with the same ease and speed it takes to load a photo. [Read more...]
Stylish Sprint is a catchy game where you sprint, jump, and smash your way through worlds and high scores.
The controls are simple: “jump” on one side of the screen and “action”, used for things like smashing through barriers, on the other (these controls are customizable). Your little shadow figure automatically runs through the world and it is your job to pick up coins (worth SP – Style Points), bonus stars, and maneuver to the high score, longest distance, and to beat achievements. [Read more...]
The popular “Pin It” option for things we love on the web is now available for offline use with the new Kodak Gallery Pinterest sharing button.
The Kodak Gallery app has always had so many great options for printing and sharing, and now you can simply take a picture of things you love, ideas, and your own projects and easily add them to your Pinterest account. [Read more...]
If you’re looking for a more challenging and RPG take on the overwhelming number of tower defense games, Arel Wars is for you.
With its conversational storyline and seemingly hand drawn graphics, Arel Wars in reminiscent of old school gaming. You choose your species, learn about the wars over the land of Drusilla, meet up with your troops, and command them into battle to defend your towers while destroying your enemies. [Read more...]
Game developer Gameloft has had a number of successful Android games in the Android Market. Now, they take their gaming to a new level with their own Gameloft Live storefront, app, and community.
Gameloft Live will seem familiar to users who enjoy console-type gaming. The app opens up to your hub, your customizable homepage, featuring your avatar. From this screen you can view your profile, access your games, customize your avatar and hub area, view Gameloft news, connect with your friends, and shop for new games. As you play more games and explore the app you unlock gaming achievements or level up within the Live app, earning more experience points and Gameloft dollars for use when downloading in-app games. [Read more...]
Galaxy, by Magma Mobile, is a simple but addictive puzzle game.
The game consists of stars connected by faded lines which you must connect by touching and dragging from star to star to form constellations. Starting off with three or four stars seems mindless but in Challenge Mode levels increase in difficulty. [Read more...]
Think you have what it takes to be a Top Chef judge? Now you have everything you need at your fingertips with the Judge’s Table app from Top Chef.
With a few swipes of your finger you can photograph, rate, and post your review on the Judge’s Table app. Signing up for an account is quick and easy once you load it up. Then it’s time to get your game face on and out to the restaurant of your choice to sit in the judge’s seat.
Sprinkle from Mediocre is a firefighting puzzle game sure to keep you entertained and thinking. The Titans (little blue blob aliens) of Saturn’s moon Titan are being bombarded by burning debris from Saturn’s rings. It is up to you to man their lone firefighting cannon and save the day.
Editor’s Note: Plenty has been written about the many features of Android 4.0, AKA Ice Cream Sandwich, especially on the Galaxy Nexus. But what is the experience like for those still using a Nexus S? TheAppPlanet’s Angela Cantido has been living with it for a few weeks and offers her impressions. [Read more...]