Pages

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Download Mortal Kombat 3 for android

  
Mortal Kombat 3 is a fighting game developed by Midway and released in 1995, first as an arcade game. It is the third game in the Mortal Kombat series. MK3 was later updated into Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 for the arcade and home consoles, and later Mortal Kombat Trilogy for home consoles only.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Download Metal Slug X android

"METAL SLUG X" is an updated version of "METAL SLUG 2" with a lot of new elements for even more fun and excitement!
METAL SLUG X - screenshot thumbnail

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Download FPSE 0.11.111 PREMIUM PSX EMULATOR for android


FPse for android - screenshot













FPse for Android is the fastest and most compatible PSone emulator for handheld devices.(also known as
PSX or Playstation 1)
More than 200.000 active users and rated up to 4,5 stars on google play! 

Rovio Showcases Latest Angry Birds Star Wars II Crew: Yoda, Qui-Gon Jinn and More

As the big day (September 19th) for Angry Birds Star Wars II fans draws closer, Rovio Entertainment is pumping up the excitement by showing off the game’s characters on their YouTube Channel. For those who missed out on earlier reveals, we have so far seen Emperor Palpatine, shape shifter Zam Wesell, double laser shooter TIE Fighter Pilot, battle droid Droideka, the infamous Jar Jar Binks, purple lightsaber wielding Mace Windu, pink multi-beam blaster wielding Padme Amidala; a younger version of Obi-Wan Kenobi as well as two new versions of Luke Skywalker.

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Best Android smartphones under Rs. 10,000 (July 2013)



Best Android smartphones under Rs. 10,000 (July 2013)
If you are on a tight budget and are looking for an entry-level smartphone running the Android OS, here are five options for you to consider under the price point of Rs. 10,000
If you have a budget of Rs. 10,000, and are looking to pick up a smartphone running Android, you are in luck. Today, we have smartphones in the sub-Rs. 10,000 price point that not only boast of a good build, but enough power under the hood as well to take on the apps from the app store.

APP Review :Best Photo Apps For iOS And Android Tablets

4904
The large screen size and high resolution of tablets make them great choices for editing your images.
The road to creating a captivating image doesn’t end once you press the shutter button. Exposure, contrast and color balance adjustments can go a long way towards communicating your photographic vision. And while smartphones are perfectly sized fortaking photos on the go, the much larger screen area of tablets makes them a great choice for perfecting your images after the fact, whether they’ve been shot with a phone or a dedicated camera. All you need is the right app. Here’s a look at the best tablet photo editing apps for iOS and Android, offering features and controls that rival, and in some cases even exceed the capabilities of entry-level desktop software.

Asus ‘leak’ confirms 7-inch Android 4.3 tablet this month

Nexus 7
IGoogle is right around the corner from announcing the next version of Android, it looks like the ASUS K009 may be the hardware that accompanies that release.

Magic Media i5 Android Handheld Games Console Unveiled

A new Android handheld games console has been unveiled this week in the form of the Magic Media i5 which has been created by China manufacturer MediaTek, who has equipped with console with a quad-core processor.
The Magic Media i5 id fitted with a 5 inch, 1280 x 720 pixel IPS display, and powered by a 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex-A7 processor supported by 1GB of RAM and runs Google’s latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean operating system.
Magic Media i5

Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie or "K Release" Build Will be Released in October 2013

Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie is expected to be released in October 2013 and reports say that the upcoming software version will support older and low-cost devices to prevent fragmentation between Androidsmartphones and tablets.

Friday, June 21, 2013

Enable Text Expansion in the Stock Google Keyboard

Enable Text Expansion in the Stock Google KeyboardAndroid: There have already been some pretty great text expansion apps for Android. However, if you're using the stock Android keyboard, you don't need to look any farther than Settings.
Technically, the feature is hidden under "Personal dictionary." Here you can enter your own terms, as well as find the ones you've already added. When you edit/create a new word or phrase, though, you have the option to create a shortcut. Once you set up the shortcut, your expanded words will appear as autocorrect suggestions as you type the shortcut phrase.

Warmly Wakes You Up Gently, Encourages Better Sleep Hygiene

Android: Warmly is an alarm clock app for Android that wakes you up gently and smoothly in the morning. It starts quiet, before you need to get up, and slowly raises the volume of your selected wake-up sound. When you're ready to get up, Warmly shows you the weather and gives you a good start to your day.
watch this video for full walkthrough app's features, it's just a bit long. You can select the wake-up sound you want, whether it's the sound of frying eggs and breakfast being made, brewing coffee, a bustling airport, or a simple morning meditation. Five minutes before you're supposed to be up, the alarm will start playing your sound from really low volume, and slowly ramp it up until you hear it, turn off the alarm, and get up. It'll even get the local weather and temperature for you.
It's worth noting that the app doesn't have multi-day alarms, either: the goal is to promote good sleep hygeine by waking up at the same time every day—a tip we've mentioned before. You can snooze the alarm, if you must. Plus, the alarm features an auto-off after 15 minutes, so if you forget it and aren't around to turn it off, your neighbors or roommates won't hate you when you get back. Warmly is $2 at Google Play.
Warmly ($2) | Google Play

Sunset Lets You Use Your Phone Without Losing Your Night Vision

Sunset Lets You Use Your Phone Without Losing Your Night Vision
Android: If you're stargazing at night, or just somewhere dark and you don't want to be blinded by using your phone, Sunset for Android is a simple screen filter that applies a reddish overtone to your display so you won't lose your night vision.

PureContact Is a Visual, Swipe-Driven Speed Dialer for Android

PureContact Is a Visual, Swipe-Driven Speed Dialer for Android
Android: Most Android phones have some kind of speed dialer, whether it's a "favorites" tab in the dialer app or programmable contact buttons, but PureContact steps in and adds some useful gestures that make calling, texting, emailing, or using another app to stay in touch with friends super easy.

Wallaby Tells You the Best Credit Card to Use Wherever You're Shopping


wallaby-android-recommendation

Android/iOS/Web: Swiping the wrong credit card could mean missing out on valuable rewards, points, or cash back. Wallaby makes sure that doesn't happen to you by telling you which card in your wallet is the best one to use, for any location you're shopping or dining at.Like webapp Reward Boost, the mobile Wallaby apps only require you to choose the cards you own; your credit card numbers aren't needed. You can then see a list of places around you (powered by Foursquare) and tap any of them to get the recommended card to use for that location. It even works with cards that have rotating cash back categories (which can be hard to keep track of). I cycle between four and five credit cards, depending on the location type, and Wallaby correctly identified the ones with the highest rewards across groceries, gas, restaurants, pharmacy, and general shopping.


Earbits Offers Fast, Completely Free Streaming Music





Web/Android: With all the talk of streaming music services vying for your headphone time, it's easy to overlook some of the ones that are simple, fun, and pump out a stream of good, interesting music when you fire them up. Earbits is one of those services, and it's available for Android and the web, completely free.

On your Android device, Earbits will scan your device for music and load up blended channels and radio stations that combine your music with the free songs that Earbits has to offer. On the web, you just click "Listen to Editor's Picks" or "Browse Channels" to start the music, no questions, no sign-ups (unless you want to save your preferences), no hassle. Browsing channels takes you to a tiled selection of genres, each with their own subgenres that you can select to further narrow the songs Earbits plays for you, but at most it's two or three clicks before the music starts flowing.
From there, Earbits works like some of the other great, underrated music services we've mentioned—your play history is in the sidebar, you can favorite songs to make note of them, and you can sign up for an artist's mailing list, like their Facebook page, or otherwise connect with them right from the song you're listening to. When you do, you earn "Groovies," a currency that lets you play specific songs whenever you like, bypassing the radio feature. Best of all, Earbits is completely free.
Hit the link below to try it out, or grab the Android app from Google Play. When I tested it out, I found the Android app was particularly useful at generating blended stations that fit all of my music tastes together in one. It helps that the Android app is really good looking, too.

CPU-Z Tells You Everything About Your Phone's CPU, Battery, and More

CPU-Z Tells You Everything About Your Phone's CPU, Battery, and More
Android: Getting detailed information about your device isn't always easy. Apps like Speccy help on the desktop, and now CPU-Z can do the same for your phone or tablet.
The app requires Android 3.0 and above (sorry Gingerbread users). Once installed it will give you extensive information about your device, including display resolution, SoC architecture, active RAM usage, battery health, temperature, and a ton more. In most cases, this app will probably be overkill, but if you've ever needed to know what kernel architecture your device uses, CPU-Z has your back.

Greenify Auto-Hibernates Apps You're Not Using to Save Battery


Greenify Auto-Hibernates Apps You're Not Using to Save Battery
Android (Rooted): If your battery won't make it through the day, Greenify is a handy utility that will automatically hibernate battery hogging apps that linger in the background after you're finished using them. We tried it out, and it works like a charm

Friday, May 17, 2013

New Android version releasing on June 10th?

While everyone was desperately waiting for the moment when the new Android version 4.3 would be announced at the Google I/O Developer Conference, that moment never came, but it seems that is not the end. It has just been moved further to a later date.


Android Logo

World War Z Game Launching on iOS and Android Devices

On May 30th Paramount Digital Entertainment and Phosphor Games Studio will release World War Z the game for iOS and Android devices. Players will be dropped into a world of chaos with over 28 levels that will offer intense combat and engaging puzzles. The plan is simple--fight to survive!
World War Z

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Top 7 Apps To Earn Money With Your Android Device

So you just got a shiny new Android phone or tablet over the holidays. You’ve already run through the “must have” apps lists out there and you’re looking for something new. Or maybe you’re a long time user and just looking to earn a bit of side money or a Google Play gift card. We’ve rounded up a handful of apps where you can earn real money or other rewards doing simple activities on your Android phone or tablet.
Money making apps fall into a few basic categories, and there’s often crossover between the various apps. Pay-Per-Install are exactly what it sounds like, you get paid to install sponsored apps. Shopping apps are intended to work in conjunction with your shopping trips when you’re already out and about, they’re often GPS depended, so don’t think you can earn from your couch. Video apps pay you for watching videos, and most of these apps tend to have some video component. And lastly, for lack of a better description, there are apps where you perform “tasks” for points, which could be anything from liking a page on Facebook to registering for a website or taking a survey.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

How to get free Kindle books on Android: free eBooks for your Android


Here’s how you can get free Kindle books on AndroidFree Kindle books on Android

There are two main types of books that will be free on the Kindle app for Android devices. These are the old classic books such where copyright has expired (Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Arthur Conan Doyle, etc). The other is from aspiring authors who are looking to give away their books for free in order to build a reputation for themselves. Either way, if you are looking for a free book to read, there's plenty to choose from out there. Here’s how to get free kindle books on Android.There are literally thousands of Kindle books that you can download for free on your Android smartphone or tablet.

Nvidia’s Android-powered Shield console gets a price and a launch window




Nvidia's Project Shield has become just-plain-Shield, and it's coming next month.
Nvidia

Nvidia's Project Shield, a portable Android-powered game console, was one of the few true surprises to come out of this year's CES. While Nvidia had a few demo units to show off then and a couple of months later at its GPU Technology Conference, we still didn't have specific information about pricing and availability.

Monday, May 13, 2013

APP Review: Disable Service is an app to free-up RAM and improve Battery Life

android background servicesSo called background services are running on any Android device. They can be divided up into services run by system apps and applications that you have installed on the device. These services have a wide variety of purposes, from retrieving data from the Internet to running as a widget on the device. These background services are usually needed for the application or system to function properly, and disabling them would render the functionality useless.
Sometimes though you may want to disable select services for the time being or permanently in the case of system apps that you can't uninstall but do not use at all.

That's where the free Android app Disable Service comes into play. It can be installed on all Android devices running version 2.2 or higher of the operating system. Note that while you can use it to display all the background services that apps use on the device, it requires root to actually disable them.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

ReadItToMe for Android reads SMS, Calls and App Notifications to you

read it to meIf you like to listen to music or audiobooks a lot using your Android phone, you have likely encountered situations in the past where you received messages, calls or notifications but did not really want to look at the phone at that moment in time. Maybe because you were jogging and did not want to stop, or in a crowded place and you felt that it would be inappropriate to take out your phone.
There are numerous reasons why you do not want to look at the phone at a specific moment in time. It can be something as simple as being in a conversation with someone or driving your car where you should not look at your phone let alone take it in your hand and use it.
ReadItToMe is a Android application that can assist you in the majority of those situations. The apps' basic feature is the option to read information to you if certain requirements are met. What those are? That's up to you and definable in the program's preferences. To give you one example: you can configure the application to read all SMS messages that you receive if headphones are connected to the phone, all Whatsapp messages when the phone is connected to Bluetooth (think Car), and even use it to reply to SMS with your voice after the message has been read to you.

Find out why apps are incompatible with your Android device


this app is incompatible with yourI'm browsing Google's Play store for apps regularly. I do not really like the store's layout that much as it is difficult to find new apps that have just been released. I have the same issue with Google's Chrome Web Store by the way, where you can't sort by date as well. You do end up with a selection of "trending" apps that Google displays to you but that is about it.

The overview displays an about this app section that lists the required Android version which can act as an indicator why an app may not be compatible with your device. If it requires Android 4.x or higher, and your device is running Android 2.x or 3.x, you know why it is not compatible.

Monday, May 6, 2013

G-Box Midnight MX2 TV dual-core box is made for Android, XBMC

There are plenty of Android-powered TV boxes designed to let you run apps, surf the web, and even run the XBMC media center software on yocur TV. But the G-Box Midnight MX2 is one of the few that’s really designed with XBMC in mind.
mx2_08

Android-on-Windows App BlueStacks Hits 10 Million Downloads


Angry_Birds_Space_on_BlueStacks
BlueStacks thought the idea of being able to run Android apps on a desktop computer would be popular with some consumers.
It just didn’t know how many.
But in just over a year, the company has managed to get 10 million downloads of its free, still-in-beta software.

Free Android Version of Carmageddon For First Day – Releases May 10th

More than two decades later, this cult classic is all set to make a comeback, and this time on smaller screens – read Android  tablets and smartphones. The game has already been released on iOS late last year, and is scheduled to screech through the Google Play Store for Android devices on May 10th.


Thursday, May 2, 2013

Yahoo! debuts new app for Android

Yahoo 720
Yahoo! introduced a new Android app on Tuesday which looks to be a much cleaner experience than in previous years. Available for free in Google Play, the app provides access to breaking news, personalized stories, and rich images. While there’s no explicit mention of the Summly details we cannot help but see how it seems to convert long articles in short and sweet bursts.

Angry Birds Friends comes to Android


Rovio will introduce the Android version of its popular Angry Birds Friends game on May 2. A tweet from the developer advises that both Android and iOS editions will be here in two days time.
What is Angry Birds Friends, you ask? In a nutshell, it’s a head-to-head game to see how you fare against other players.

PowerTrekk Charger: Now Charge Your Smartphones With Water

Researchers from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden have developed a new device which will be able to charge phones and other small gadgets using water. According to Fox News, adding just a spoon full of water is all it takes for the device to charge a phone. Think about it, you can charge your handsets any where, including in desert, jungles or a place that has no provision of electricity. This could very well be the future of eco-friendly electricity.
PowerTrekk Charger: Now Charge Your Smartphones With Water

MediaTek MT6572: Dual Core Chipset Announced For Entry-Level Android Smartphones

MediaTek's chipsets are popularly used in budget smartphone, especially by Indian mobile manufacturers. Recently, MediaTek has now announced it's new MT6572 chipset which comes with a dual-core Cortex A7 processor along with HSPA+ connectivity. MediaTek's MT6572 is claimed to be the world's first dual-core SoC with integrated Wi-Fi, FM, GPS and Bluetooth functions
MediaTek MT6572: Dual Core Chipset Announced

Monday, April 29, 2013

Samsung announces the Galaxy Tab 3, 7-inches of mid-range tablet

Android Central

Styled like the Galaxy Note 8.0, the Galaxy Tab 3 has more than a whiff of the mid-range about it

Samsung has pulled the wraps off their latest addition to the Galaxy Tab range with this, the new Galaxy Tab 3. This particular tablet is the 7-inch version, which will launch in a WiFi only flavor at the beginning of May. A 3G-enabled sibling will then follow in June.

Weebly Releases Official Android App, Makes Mobile Blogging Even Easier


iconBlogging is a cruel mix of trying to come up with interesting content and struggling with the software to make a good site. For people who don't want to partake in epic battles against WordPress but need a little more control than Tumblr has to offer, Weebly provides a simple drag-and-drop interface and professional templates to quickly build a great looking platform on which to share your thoughts. While not as popular as the aforementioned WordPress (Alexa #21) and Tumblr (Alexa #32), Weebly (Alexa #301 and Google PageRank of 8) claims to have over 12 million users and is a force to be reckoned with.
Unfortunately, users have had to sign into the website through a web browser to do everything, until now. A few days ago, Weebly launched its official Android app, which brings basic site management, posting capabilities, visitor statistics, and push notifications for comments and form entries.

Google Nexus watch concept shows Android potential

As we brace ourselves for the introduction of new wearable gadgets in 2013 such as Google Glasses, we have an excellent video for you to watch to kick start the week, giving you a potential look at Google’s potential Apple iWatch competitor. While it may not happen for some time yet with the focus on the glasses, this video is a good indication that an Android watch would still be a fantastic product to bring to the market.

iPhone 6 to assist future Android takeover

Today we’re looking at smartphone ownership and a new study that suggests the iPhone 6 will assist towards an Android takeover. Although lately Android has been the dominant smartphone platform a new survey of smartphone owners in the US indicates that in just a few short years more people will own an iOS iPhone than an Android phone.
iphone-6-to-assist-android-takeover

Sunday, April 28, 2013

TP-Link introduces TPmini Android TV box with a camera

The TPmini is designed to sit on top of a flat screen TV and point a camera in your direction. It’s powered by a 1.6 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 processor and ARM Mali 400 graphics.
TP-Link TPmini

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Alcatel One Touch Scribe Easy with 5-inch display Launched at Rs 12,090

Alcatel One Touch has launched it new Alcatel One Touch Scribe Easy smartphone on the online retailer Snapdeal for Rs 12,090. However, this is a discounted price, as the original price of the smartphone is Rs. 12900
Alcatel One Touch Scribe Easy with 5-inch display Launched at Rs 12090

Android 4.3 Jelly Bean: Google Could Announce this Very Version At Google I/O 2013

Google will surely announce the next version to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean at Google I/O 2013. Historically, it was seen that Google I/O proved to be a perfect platform to announce either new hardware or standalone software releases. Such was the case last year when Google announced Android 4.2 Jelly Bean along with Nexus 7 at Google I/O 2012. Now the whole world is waiting to see Android 5.0 (Key Lime Pie) to be announced officially at Google I/O 2013.
Until now, it was believed that Google is almost ready to announce Key Lime Pie along with Motorola X, the Nexus 5, and lastly an improvised version of Nexus 7. With the Motorola X still in a prototype stage, it is said that Google has shelved plans to release Android 5.0 at Google I/0 2013. Instead, Google could announce Android 4.3 Jelly Bean at the upcoming developers' conference, slated to be held next month.
Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS Could Be Announced At Google I/O 2013

HTC One 32GB Variant Now Available for Online Purchase in India at Rs 39500

Amidst all the fanfare going on with the release of Galaxy S4 in india at Rs 41,500, HTC One - the rival smartphone has been spotted on an online retailer at a lesser price. While, HTC One, the dream smartphone for many was launched at Rs 42,900, the whopping price tag might have pulled many consumers away from the handset.
HTC One 32GB Variant Now Available for Online Purchase at Rs 39500

Google bans self-updating Android apps, possibly including Facebook’s

Facebook end run around Google Play store followed by change in Google policy.

About six weeks ago, users of Facebook's Android application noticed that they were being asked to install a new version—without going to the Google Play app store.
Android is far more permissive than iOS regarding the installation of third-party applications, even allowing installation from third-party sources if the user explicitly allows it. However, it's unusual for applications delivered through the official Google store to receive updates outside of the store's updating mechanism.
Google has now changed the Google Play store polices in an apparent attempt to avoid Facebook-like end runs around store-delivered updates. Under the "Dangerous Products" section of the Google Play developer policies, Google now states that "[a]n app downloaded from Google Play may not modify, replace or update its own APK binary code using any method other than Google Play's update mechanism." A Droid-Life article says the language update occurred Thursday. APK (standing for application package file) is the file format used to install applications on Android.

Must-have Android app, AirDroid, adds remote access and more in AirDroid 2

AirDroid 2



SUMMARY:
My pick for a must-have Android app in 2013 was AirDroid, but now I have to update that selection. It was just displaced with AirDroid 2 which adds remote phone access over 3G/4G and more features
 If you’ve been using AirDroid, which I deemed an app every Android owner should try in 2013, you already know the software is great. With it, you can manage your phone, move files to or from it, change ringtones and more right from the browser of a computer on the same Wi-Fi network. AirDroid 2 is now available in Google Play and it gets even better with more features such as the ability to access your Android smartphone over a mobile broadband network.

The fastest Android gaming tablets

Which Android tablets provide the smoothest gaming experience? CNET Labs delves deep to find out.
The development of new chips that deliver zippier performance, smoother gaming, faster Web surfing, and longer-lasting battery life will soon make their way into new Android tablets. While chips themselves and the high-end tablets that will house them, have yet to be released, we have it on good authority that they'll deliver on their promise.
Gaming is an increasingly popular way tablet owners are spending time with their devices and chip makers are paying attention. While the gaming experience on Android tablets has improved by leaps and bounds in just the last year, it's bound to only get faster, smoother, and prettier (and hopefully even more fun).

Paranoid Android team bringing multi-window mode to Android

Paranoid Android is a custom version of Android that’s been pushing the boundaries of the platform for a while. The developers were among the first to let users decide on a per-app basis whether to use the tablet or smartphone version of various apps. And Paranoid Android’s PIE menu reinvents the Android button and notification scheme.
Now the team is working to change the way Android handles multitasking, by adding support for apps that don’t run in full-screen, and which can be viewed on top of your currently running apps.
Paranoid Android overlay

Update HTC One to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean via CyanogenMod 10.1 ROM [How to Install]

CyanogenMod 10.1 ROM brings a fast and stable Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean experience to HTC One
Update HTC One to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean via CyanogenMod 10.1 ROM
Update HTC One to Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean via CyanogenMod 10.1 ROM
HTC One users can now relish the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean features on their device, thanks to the release of CyanogenMod 10.1 (CM10.1) ROM. The CM10.1 ROM is based on the popular Android Open Source Project (AOSP) release which offers a complete stock Android experience for the user.

Google Glass specs detailed



In lieu of Google’s preparation to launch their Glass Explorer units, the company has released the full set of specs for their first iteration. Specs include;