Apr 14


Marvel and Gameloft released a new “first look” trailer for the forthcoming, hightly-anticipated action-packed, open-world adventure game ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′. The game will be released on iOS, Android and Windows on April 17 as a premium game. Check out the trailer after the break.

» The Amazing Spider-Man 2: New Trailer, Release On April 17

Jan 29

Google has released a preview of a new developer toolkit, which makes it possible for developers to easily bring their Chrome web apps to iOS and Android. The tool is based on open-source framework Apache Cordova, which allows devs to build native apps for iOS and Android using CSS, HTML, and Javascript. » New Google Developer Tool Brings Chrome apps to iOS & Android

Jul 25

From screen sizes to specific user interface tips, this infographic from Kinvey is your go-to-guide for designing iOS and Android apps. Check out the full cheat-sheet after the break. » iOS & Android Design Guidelines Cheat-Sheet [Infographic]

May 15

Saurik has just announced Cydia Substrate for Android devices and is now available in Google Play. Right now, this is all experimental with only with the only packages available being ‘WinterBoard’ and ‘Recommended Packages’ and will not look anything like the iOS version. To install Cydia Substrate you will need to root your Android and it has been tested by developers on Android versions from 2.3 to 4.2. Check out a video of Cydia Substrate after the break. » Saurik Releases Cydia Substrate For Android

May 08

Gameloft has released the official teaser of “Gangster Vegas”, which will be their upcoming iOS and Android game. Check out the teaser after the break and plunge into Las Vegas’s underworld in this new episode of the acclaimed open-world action franchise! » Gameloft Releases Official Trailer For “Gangstar Vegas”

Apr 05

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has introduced a new home screen experience for Android devices and HTC CEO Peter Chou announced a new HTC First phone. Home is new software available for Android devices and makes everything on your phone friendlier. “From the moment you turn it on, you see a steady stream of friends’ posts and photos. Upfront notifications and quick access to your essentials mean you’ll never miss a moment. And you can keep chatting with friends, even when you’re using other apps.” The “HTC First” will be the first phone to come with “Home” pre-installed and has a 1280×720 4.3-inch displaym a 5MP rear camera, 1080p video capture, up to16GB internal memory, 1GB of RAM, a 2000mAh battery and LTE support. » New Facebook “Home” and HTC First Announced

Mar 29

Facebook has invited members of the press to an Android-related event on April 4, and TechCrunch reports that the event will likely see the debut of the long-rumored Facebook phone. Techcrunch also reports that the phone would be an HTC handset running a Facebook-modified version of Android. » Facebook Invited Press To April 4 Event To Announce Rumored Facebook Phone?

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