Sunday, 2 March 2014

Clash of Clans - Android Apps on Google Play

 
Lead your clan to victory! Clash of Clans is a strategy game of epic battle . Build your village, train your troops and battle thousands of other players online!
You asked , we did : the cult strategy game Clash of Clans awaited is about to conquer the Android kingdom , looting your tablet and your phones. It's time to unleash your barbaric instincts. Get the game and enter the fray, it's free!
NOTE ! Clash Of Clans is totally free, but some objects in the game can still be purchased with real money. If you do not want to use this feature, please disable app purchases from your device settings .
5/5 " This game is amazing "
5/5 " If you are looking for a game with both fun and strategic , look no further : this game is better than any other available on the market"
Clash of Clans is a clever blend of highly addictive strategic planning and rapid and competitive battles. Raise an army of barbarians, wizards warriors, dragons and other powerful soldiers. Join a clan of players and climb the ranks , or create your own clan and defend your area. Pushing the goblins is only the first step : your quest will end when your clan will dominate all others!
" Caractérisitques "- FREE GAME- Turn your village invincible fortress- Compete against other players around the world and pick up their victory points- Join other players to form the strongest clan of all time- 15 unique units with many levels of improvement- Defend your village with cannons , towers, mortars , bombs, booby traps and other walls- Fight the Goblin King in a race to the historical power
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Solid Explorer v1.5.7 Adds Chromecast Support Via A Separate Plugin

 
 
Google doesn't provide an obvious user-facing way to get locally saved media files from your phone to your TV using Chromecast. It's a bit annoying, but whatever, we have options now. There's AllCast for starters, but if you would prefer not to have to deal with yet another app, Solid Explorer has added the ability to stream files directly from the file browser. All you need is the latest version and a separate plugin.
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To shoot a file over to Chromecast, just share to the Solid Explorer Cast plugin the way you would any other app. An attractive controller interface will then appear, letting you do your thing.
The latest version of Solid Explorer supports connecting to multiple Copy accounts and introduces a number of bug fixes. You can see them below.

What's new:
  • Chromecast support (as separate plugin)
  • Fixed folders appearing as files on some WebDav servers
  • Fixed reconnection on FTP and SFTP servers after broken network connection
  • Fixed wrong file modification dates in Copy client
  • Ability to connect multiple Copy accounts



Solid Explorer (Trial)
Solid Explorer (Trial)
30,858 ratings
by Krzysztof Głodowski
1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads
 
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Solid Explorer Cast Plugin
 

Google Doubles Play Books File Size Upload Limit To 100MB Per File

 
Users with great big ebooks have reason to celebrate today – Google has doubled the file size limit for Google Books uploads to 100MB. The change came with little fanfare, just a small update on the Google Books support page listing the new limit as 100MB per file.
 
Most books are, of course, nowhere near that large, but you can add any non-DRM'd PDF or EPUB file to Google Books. Files can be added on the web or from Android, just remember the 1000 file limit. That's reasonably generous for a free service, right?
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Google Searches Now Display Interactive Restaurant Menus

 
Searching for a restaurant that can satisfy everyone's culinary preferences isn't particularly easy on a smartphone's data connection. The process typically involves searching for a specific website, hoping there's a mobile version (nope), and searching around for a menu. Now Google's rolling out a feature in the US that should streamline things a bit. Just search Google for the menu and watch it appear as the top result.
The menu comes complete with tabs for accessing different parts of menu, such as appetizers, entrees, and desserts. As you can see in the image provided, it helps to be a little bit demanding and insist that Google "show me the menu for" when looking for food.
The feature appears to be active immediately, but it may take a while before it supports the majority of restaurants around you. I had success searching for the same "Fonda San Miguel" restaurant provided in the screenshot, Pizza Hut, and a local Chinese place, but I had no luck with searches for Burger King, Chipotle, or Olive Garden. Right now the feature is more cool than useful, but hopefully that changes soon enough.
Source: Google+