It’s time for Super Bowl 50 later today and millions of fans across the globe will be tuning in to watch the Denver Broncos vs Carolina Panthers. If you want to optimize your enjoyment of the build-up and the game itself, a great way to do this is with an official mobile app. You can […]
Cricket enthusiasts will be eagerly looking forward to the South Africa vs England ODI series, with the first ODI in the five-match series in Bloemfontein on February 3rd. If you can’t be glued in front of a TV for ODI coverage you can still keep informed with one of the best, if not the best, […]
Whether you’re a fan of Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, or any other club, one thing that all football fans will be interested in the January Transfer Window 2016. You can get all the latest football news, transfer rumours and more via the BBC Sports app for Android and iOS devices. This free app will […]
It’s December 1st and that can only mean one thing, it’s time to start opening an Advent Calendar. If you haven’t got a traditional version you might appreciate one with a modern touch that you can use with your smartphone or tablet. We’ve rounded up some free Advent Calendar 2015 apps for Android and iOS […]
There’s Champions League action tonight covering Groups E, F, G and H with just some of the fixtures being Barcelona vs Roma, Arsenal vs Dinamo Zagreb, and Maccabi Tel Aviv vs Chelsea. Just in time, there has been a UEFA Champions League update for the app, so if you want the latest on the Arsenal […]
I’m a Celebrity…Get me Out of Here! is a hugely popular TV show in the UK. Many people look forward to the start each year, and it finally began a week ago today. If you have been watching Ant and Dec you will have heard them talking about an accompanying app for the series. Today […]
It’s that time again. Almost every month Amazon lists a slew of free Android apps and games, and they’ve just unleashed a batch for August. As always, it’s a limited time sale so you’ll want to click quickly if you dig any of their offerings.
There are several places to get your Android apps nowadays, but the main two are Google Play and the Amazon App Store. The latter has been giving away free Android Apps for some time, and Google may have finally gotten on board with a Free App of the Week promo.
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.