Tag Archives: Apps

Gameloft Hosting A Black Friday Sale, Four Games $0.99 Each

Developer Gameloft is joining in one the holiday fun and putting up four of their titles for sale on Black Friday. For less than a buck, you can get four different Gameloft games. The games are The Amazing Spider-Man, Gangstar Rio: City of Saints, Backstab, and The Adventures of TinTin. All these games can be purchased all weekend for the sale price…. Read more

The Humble Bundle For Android 4 Released

The Humble Bundle returns in its fourth iteration, containing five games for any price you want to pay. Just like every other Humble Bundle, you choose the price you pay. It can be anything from a penny to thousands of dollars. Of course, I hope you feel like an absolute jerk for paying a penny. They’re also downloadable on Macs, PCs, and Linux… Read more

Microsoft Office Coming To iOS And Android Early 2013

Microsoft Office for smartphones has been rumored and leaked many times, yet Microsoft has remained quiet about the situation. They’ve denied a few leaks and refused to comment so far. However, we have another leak here of Office for iOS. It’ll be a free app for viewing documents, supporting Word Excel, and PowerPoint documents. To get editing… Read more

AT&T And Amazon Forage Into The Cloud Storage Space

It looks like both Amazon and AT&T are taking a dive into the cloud storage game. It makes sense for Amazon, as they are pretty much based in the cloud. But it is an interesting move for AT&T. Amazon Cloud Drive offers 5GB of free storage, with further pricing options available (like 20GB for only $10 a year). That’s about in line with the… Read more

Carrier Billing On Verizon For The Play Store Launches Today

The day has finally come: Verizon now allows you to buy apps from the Play Store and charge your bill instead of your credit card. Though I personally use a credit card, carrier billing has often been a useful feature in the family on AT&T. For first time Android users, the setup for buying apps is a lot quicker and easier. However, there is one… Read more

Google Adds Subscription Content Trials To The Play Store

A few months ago Google added subscriptions to the Play store, allowing app developers to sell out additional content for their apps. Now Google is going a step further, and at the will of the developer, trial periods for the subscription content can be added. Starting at 7 days, the developers can set how long the trial periods are. However,… Read more