Catching Up with the Pokemon Go craze
Pokemon Go has been the talk of many casual gamers around the world who are used to games like Clash of Clans and Mini Militia. In fact, the game has dethroned Clash Royale and Clash of Clans as the fastest mobile game ever to reach No. 1 in terms of revenues on iOS and Android and has been installed over 75 million times on both platforms.
Mini Militia: Tips And Tricks
Doodle Army 2: Mini Militia is one of the most popular intense multiplayer combat game available for Android and iOS users. Continue
iOS 7.1: Review
The iOS 7 is actually a tremendous, though minor update. I have been testing it for three days after the update and I was really impressed. There were a few changes – some major, some minor.
Frontline Commando: High Graphics Gaming Experience
Are you one of those who loves to play games? And you love to play high graphic games but couldn’t find any good game? Then here’s a full stop for your search for the time being. Because, here is a game that has one of the best graphics ‘Frontline Commando’. Continue
Viber! The best messaging app
Had problems with online messaging or calling your friends from your cell phone using the internet? Then Viber is the solution to end all your messaging problems. Viber has the most simplest interface which makes it easy to make calls and send messages. Viber being cross-platform and being available on Android, iOS and Windows Phone allows you to make calls or message your friends via the internet.
Quick Look: Jetpack Joyride
Jetpack Joyride is a cave flier game that’s available for Android, iOS and Windows Phone, a game that has been created from a classic game. While not exactly “original” per se, the Australian game developer Halfbrick studios have tweaked the cave flier formula and transformed it into hours of laser shooting, robot rampaging and UFO teleporting fun. Continue
Pocket: Save interesting stuff for later
Imagine if you found an interesting article on the web which you don’t have time to read at the moment and would like to access later, you would normally bookmark it, right? That would have been the solution 2 years ago. Right now, we want our articles to follow us wherever we go, whether we are offline or online. This is where Pocket comes in.