Last week saw the launch of Apple’s new larger series of iPhone’s introducing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus, however is Apple still truly an innovator or are they now playing catch up with Google?
iArm Wrestling Champs is a game, as you might guess, about arm wrestling. It uses various sensors inside your phone, and now watch, to determine who has won an arm wrestle. The winner is then rewarded with a sound. It’s as simple as that.
Madfinger Studio have announced their new game for iOS and Android in the form of a game called Monzo where you, the player, make virtual models of various different vehicles.
We contacted Sony for a comment regarding which Xperia handsets will get an upgrade to Android L and we received the following as a response.
Despite only being announced in the past 48 hours many developers have already announced their support for Google’s Android TV platform.
The weekly mobile roundup is back! The Game Fanatics has been hard at work curating a list of the best Android and iOS games of the week (actually longer; we’ve had quite a hiatus).
Google have unveiled their Android ‘L‘ update, calling it a radical design overhaul. Their new ‘Material design’ will be consistent across all platforms: Chrome, Android and Google websites and services.
A few weeks ago, we brought you the story of Western Leaf’s super-thin, super-fast Frenzy tablet. They were kind enough to send us a review unit to test out, so here’s our review of the Frenzy 8Z tablet from Western Leaf.
For as long as we can remember companies like Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft have been using game exclusivity to sell their consoles. While it isn’t unheard of for Android and Apple to leverage things like say… digital store space (ie. a nice visible spot in their app store) for temporary exclusivity; we’re wondering if this is going to be a top tier priority going forward, and what that means for mobile gamers.