I featured Plants vs. Zombies 2 two weeks ago as part of our regular games series. But, after immersing myself into the game, I felt that it deserved a post of its own.
I mentioned last week that I purchased the Nexus 5. I received the device on Monday morning and immediately got down to using it. I will admit that I bid a sad farewell to my Blackberry Torch 9800 which served me well for the past three years.
As part of my regular weekly series, I was looking for a single game to feature today. But, there is so much choice out there this week, that here are five games to play this weekend! Plants vs.
Android phones have become extremely popular in the last couple of years so more and more manufacturers are starting to develop their high end devices on Android platform. This fast growing popularity and the fact that they are taking over the mobile phones market has exposed them not only to physical thefts but to all sorts of software and internet threats. These high end devices have made it possible for us to store all our personal and business information so there’s a big risk that someone will misuse this sensitive data in case our phone is stolen or if our information is compromised through some malware or other harmful application.
Deer Hunter is back. So it’s time to put on your hunting gear, get out your iPad or Android device and download the hit FPS hunting simulator. Deer Hunter 2014 lets you travel the world from North America’s Pacific Northwest to the Savannah of Central Africa as you hunt over 100 animals and birds (not just deer).
EA Sports have done it again. And, this time it’s free! Featuring 33 leagues, over 600 licensed teams, and more than 16,000 players, FIFA 14 features superior graphics and a better playing experience.
Having your own Android app is definitely a good way to attract a different stream of visitors. Especially those who regularly visit your website. If you don’t want to spend some money to get an Android developer to create your app then check out goesApp.
If you’re anything like me, you’re constantly using your Android phone or tablet to check emails or browse the net. And, you’ll want to read those PDF files on the device directly. Below are a collection of free Android apps that will allow you to view PDF files on your tablet or phone.