If I am playing a game on my iPhone, it’s probably Plague Inc. I love trying to infect the world with one sort of disease or another to win the game. A new game has landed for both iOS and Android gamers called Bio Inc.
Cats are techie creatures. From playing games to wearing headphones (okay, so this was just an April Fools’ Day joke, but hey, I can totally see it happening), cats can do it all.
And now a developer has created an app intended for use by your frisky kitty so it can take its own selfies.
It’s aptly called Snapcat and it’ll snap pictures of your cat based on its movements.
If there’s one thing you can be sure of it is that you can’t always trust the reviews you read on apps on the Google Play store. There a number of reasons why people would post inaccurate reviews from jealousy to downright stupidity.
Do you love the design that went in to the QLOCKTWO clocks, but don’t want to spend the big bucks to own one? Check out the QLOCKTWO app, that’s available for iOS and Android. It’s a lot cheaper and you can have it right on your phone, right now.
Google has offered up a new option for developers to charge consumers for games and other things in the Google Play store. Google has been accepting in-app payments for a while now, and this week opened the system up to allow in-app subscriptions to be purchased as well.