Showing posts from June, 2017

Harness the power of Android O

Android O is hot off the production line, and app developers are scrabbling to learn the powerful new capabilities. Even if you’re not a developer yet, you can get straight to the front line of app building through The Android O & Java Developer Mastery Course.The latest operating system for Android was only fully released in the last month or two, so it’s a great time to get on the app gravy-train. This learning kit is a hands-on guide to developing Android O apps, ready for peddling on the Play Store. It’s led by Fahd Sheraz – an expert in Android programming with 22 years of programming experience under his belt. You’re in very good hands.As a fundamental part of app development, you’ll acquire a strong understanding of Java, one of the most widely used programming languages out there. Across the 31 hours of expert content you’ll build clones of apps like Flappy Bird and YouTube, which give you a great base for doing your own thing afterwards. And as you might have guessed, no …

10 best new Android games from June 2017!

Android gaming is getting bigger and better every month it seems and there is always a slew of new titles coming to Google Play. Whether you’re a casual gamer or you want something with a beat more meat on its bones, there’s usually a game coming out to suit everyone’s taste. Let’s take a look at the best new Android games from the last month! You can watch the videos on YouTube from passed months by clicking here!Looking for more new stuff? Check out these recommended app lists! 10 best new Android apps from June 2017!7 hours ago 15 best Android games of 2017May 1, 2017 Ace Attorney: Dual DestiniesPrice:$19.99 DOWNLOAD ON GOOGLE PLAY Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies is the second Ace Attorney port on mobile this year. It's a direct port of the 3DS game of the same name. That means it features all of the story lines, situations, and game play mechanics as the original. You'll play as Phoenix Wright. Your job is to battle the corrupt court systems to find justice. In addition to the mai…

The best Android app makers for making apps with zero code

Want to build an app but don’t know how to code? Don’t have the inclination to learn?Don’t worry: there are still plenty of options out there for you. Android app makers are tools created specifically for those people who want to release an app on the Play Store (and possibly other app stores, ssh!) but don’t want to get involved with learning Java or Objective-C. These are largely drag-and-drop affairs. A little customization here, a little branding there and voila, you have an app!Of course you will lose something in translation. App builders do not provide the same level of control or functionality as building a native app from scratch. However, you might be surprised by just how flexible many of these tools are. Depending on the app you have in mind, there’s a surprisingly good chance that an app builder will supply you with all the tools and functionality you need. And in many cases, you can have something up and running in no time at all.On the surface, many of these builders se…

RAYSTORM makes it to the Google Play Store with a “special price” of $7.99

Classic scrolling shooter fans rejoice! TAITO Corporation has finally gotten around to releasing RAYSTORM for Android, years after iOS users got the PlayStation/arcade port. Today you can have your share of airborne destruction for the “special price” of $7.99.Yes, that is at a discount. The price will go up to $9.99 after the campaign ends. Is the game worth that amount of cash? To some of us melancholic gamers, it is. We have been known to pay this much (and more) for classic ports. See also: 15 best arcade games for AndroidJuly 11, 2016 You can expect to see a near identical experience to the one we remember from the late 90s. Arcade Mode is literally the same game, but there is also Remix Mode now, which optimizes the experience for touch screen controls. The game does support MFi controllers, though, making it easier for the hard-core gamers to truly enjoy this classic title.Gameplay itself hasn’t changed. You can pick between a couple ships: R-GRAY1 and R-GRAY2. Each has its benefi…

Sharp is launching a pair of totally bezeless phones in mid-July

Samsung might be calling their near-bezeless Galaxy S8 screen the “Infinity display”, but it might be time to rethink that name, because Sharp is set to launch two devices in mid-July which go to infinity.. and beyond.The Sharp FS8016 and FS8010 (catchy, right?) are a new set of handsets from the manufacturer which manage to make the entire front side of the phone into a single sheet of glass. They both come in 5.5″ variants and pack resolutions of 2048 x 1080p. With 12MP and 8MP dual cameras and 4/6GB of RAM you might think these are pretty high-end devices, though they are housing some different processors than you might expect. Read more120Hz adaptive displays: the future or just a gimmick? The FS8016 is sporting a Snapdragon 660 while the FS8010 houses a Snapdragon 330, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. In performance tests the 660 came very close to the flagship Snapdragon 835, so this thing should do the device justice. As for the Snapdragon 330.. we’ll just have to see how thi…