1. froggyboy604

    It Looks Like Pokemon GO Could Arrive On Android Wear Smartwatch

    There was no mention as to whether the game would arrive on other wearables, but the good news is that it looks like it will. According to the folks at the Pokemon GO Hub, they have managed to data mine the latest version of Pokemon GO for Android and discovered that there are hints of support...
  2. froggyboy604

    iOS and Android inch closer to owning 100% of the smartphone market

    The latest research numbers from Gartner reveal that iOS and Android are inching ever closer towards completely owning 100% of the entire global smartphone market. According to the latest figures, sales of Android and iOS handsets during the recent June quarter accounted for 99.1% of all...
  3. froggyboy604

    New Android malware steals banking information, and spreads through Google’s own network

    Earlier today, researchers from Kaspersky Lab reported that they recently stumbled across a new piece of sophisticated Android malware designed to steal a user’s banking credentials. In a broad sense, the malware is similar to other schemes we’ve seen before insofar that it uses cleverly thought...
  4. froggyboy604

    Blackberry DTEK50 Android Smartphone hands-on

    BlackBerry just released their latest Android phone, the DTEK50, and they’re calling it the most secure phone in the world. Can the DTEK50 save BlackBerry? Read more about the BlackBerry DTEK50: The Blackberry DTEK50 looks like a nice Android smartphone who care about...
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    Hi! We are OGWARS and we adore creating new games! The world is moving forward, that’s why our decision – mobile game apps for iOS and Android. We believe, in the nearest future mobile gaming platforms make great progress. Quality modern content, cool gameplay and super features are REAL prizes...
  6. froggyboy604

    Is a MicroSD Memory Card with a lot of storage recommended for Android Mobile Gaming?

    I think if you play a lot of big mobile games with 3D graphics, and a lot of levels, having a 64GB or larger MicroSD card is a good idea for gaming on Android on a smartphone or tablet. But, if you just play a few smaller games like Angry Birds, the internal storage space on a Android...
  7. froggyboy604

    Dell To Discontinue Android Tablets In Favor Of Windows 2-In-1 Devices

    When you think of Android tablets, chances are you might be thinking of brands like Samsung or maybe even Google’s Nexus lineup. While Dell has created Android tablets before, it seems that the company has decided that moving forward, they will no longer create Android tablets. Instead the...
  8. bngo16

    Does anyone play King of Thieves?

    Just a curious question. There's a whole subreddit dedicated to the game. It's a game where you play a little blocky thief and parkour around dungeon traps to get to treasure. Each person has their own dungeon they set up traps to guard their own treasure. It's a really fun game and can be time...
  9. bngo16

    Assassin Creed Identity: What does everyone think?

    So recently AC Identity came out on the Android platform (it was on the iOS for a longer time) and I got a chance to purchase and play the game for a few days now. I honestly think it's a good game for being mobile. It gives me that AC console feeling with obvious limitations (such as not being...
  10. froggyboy604

    Finally, Android on the iPhone

    The holy war is over, brethren. At Tendigi, we’ve designed and built a case that allows iPhone devotees to sample the best Google has to offer. This looks like a good case for people who need to use Android apps, but just own an iPhone.
  11. froggyboy604

    Would you use old Android smartphones/tablet as a game console?

    Yes, If my old tablets or smartphones has a HDMI port to display video on a TV or computer monitor, I would use my old mobile devices for emulating console games from the N64, Genesis, Dreamcast, Playstation 1, Super Nintendo, Nintendo, and Atari consoles because a lot of the games are harder to...
  12. froggyboy604

    Nokia is back, and this time it’s making the Android phones we’ve always wanted

    It took eons, but Nokia is finally making the Android phones we always hoped it would make. To get here, Nokia had to lose its grip on the mobile business, choose Windows Mobile as its only smartphone OS, and then sell its entire mobile division to Microsoft. But the American software giant was...
  13. froggyboy604

    Google Confirms Android Apps Will Soon Be Arriving On Chrome OS

    Last month thanks to a screenshot, it was hinted that Google could soon allow Android apps to run on Chrome OS. Then the other day according to the Google I/O 2016 schedule, there was more evidence to suggest that this would be coming. As it stands, Chrome OS could always run Android, but this...
  14. froggyboy604

    World's Smallest Android Phone!

    This thing is insane! It's easily the smallest phone I've ever handled. Welcome to miniature Android. Wow, this is one small smartphone. It seems to work pretty well for a small phone.
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    UpUp Game - iOS & Android

    What's up gaming fans? I recently developed a game called UpUp Game for iOS & Android and I'm really exited to see what you think of it? What is good and what is not so good in it? What you miss in this game? How are the graphics? Description: This addicting game is a fun for your day...
  16. froggyboy604

    Do you think Google Chrome OS tablets ever be as popular as Android tablets?

    I don't think Chrome OS tablets with attach keyboards like the Asus Flip will be as popular as Android tablets. Android tablets are mainly popular because of the large amount of apps, and games for it, and their cheaper prices where you can get a Android tablet for $50. Asus Flip Chrome OS...
  17. froggyboy604

    BlackBerry CEO: Priv was a mistake, we'll focus on cheap Androids this year

    BlackBerry CEO John Chen has come out and said that the keyboard-toting smartphone was simply "too expensive", and that the firm will instead focus on the mid-range market this year with the launch of two affordable Android handsets. "The fact that we came out with a high-end phone [as our...
  18. froggyboy604

    BlackBerry plans to release two mid-range Android smartphones this year

    BlackBerry isn't finished with the hardware business yet. CEO John Chen said this week in an interview with Abu Dhabi's The National that two new BlackBerry smartphones are on the way: one with a physical keyboard, and another with a full touchscreen. Both will run Android. Read More I hope...
  19. froggyboy604

    Android N is here - Check out what's new! (Developer Preview)

    Google on Wednesday released the first developer preview for Android N and it includes a lot of pretty big changes. Read more about Android N: I like the two window multitasking Split screen mode in Android N. Hopefully, there is also a movable window mode like Remix OS...
  20. froggyboy604

    Microsoft Launches Hub Keyboard App On Android

    Based on its looks, it seems like a pretty simple and straightforward keyboard. However according to Microsoft, it is much more. “Isn’t it painful to switch between apps just to complete your routine on-the-go tasks? Hub Keyboard, a Microsoft Garage project, lets you stay in context by bringing...