If you want to get a project of the ground with some help from the net, the best way to go for most people is Kickstarter or Indiegogo. Unfortunately, neither have “official” Android apps which is bizarre considering the amount of mobile projects they handle. Well, it looks like Indiegogo has beaten Kickstarter to the punch, as the Indiegogo Android app is official.
Most folks get their games and apps from Google Play, but there are other sources and Amazon is one of them. Google throws the occasional sale to celebrate things, but Amazon has given away more free Android Apps and Games than you can shake a stick at. Today, they are giving away a slew more with the new App Toolbox Sale.
It’s a good day to be a Chromecast owner. We haven’t been able to say that too many times since HBO Go made its way to the streaming dongle, but today is definitely a good day. As Android TV is getting ready to roll out, Chromecast app updates are flying in and Showtime Anytime, Star Play and Encore Play have all just gotten Chromecast support.
We’re a little late on this one, but one of the more Android-centric apps recently got a huge overhaul to go along with Android’s new design. You’ve probably even seen a few of the creations in some recent Android commercials as well. The Androidify app update has arrived, and it’s here to fulfill all your droidy dreams.
The 3 man team at Cover have just announced that they’ve been officially acquired by the folks over at Twitter. So what exactly does Twitter want with a lockscreen app? At the moment that part remains to be seen and the guys at Cover aren’t revealing any real details just yet, only mentioning that they’ll be building […]