Thursday, 6 March 2014

Flappy Bird 2

Flappy Bird comes Back as BirdFlap
Win with the highest Score 100.000$ Send a Pic on Facebook
2th 5000$
3th 2500$
5th 500$
First it is slow and if you reached a higher Highscore you will always get faster.
You can see the dead birds of your friends to become the best. You can share your score on facebook and show your friends! You can connect to Facebook!
So have Fun with this awesome Bird

Twitter Beta Official Now Supports Immersive Mode For Images On KitKat Devices

Say what you will about the official Twitter client, at least they're trying. The UI is still a little odd, but the beta is showing signs of improvement. For example, a recent update added support for immersive mode on KitKat devices.
Immersive mode is different that the transparent system bar interface, so don't get too excited. Immersive mode hides both the navigation and status bar for a full screen experience. The current beta includes immersive mode when you open a picture from the stream.
The beta version is 5.2, and 5.1 didn't have this as far as we know. So it's a fairly recent change. If you want to get on the beta bandwagon, you'll have to be part of the beta program.

2,131,602 ratings
by Twitter, Inc.
100,000,000 - 500,000,000 downloads
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Top Gear Race The Stig Speeds Into The Play Store, But It Doesn't

The Stig isn't your average racer. Actually, the character is. Hidden behind the same black visor that prevents us from knowing who is behind the wheel of any racecar before their helmet comes off, the character is both no racer and every racer at once. What does this matter? It doesn't, really. Here's what does - despite its name, Top Gear: Race The Stig isn't actually a racing game. Instead, it's a pretty straightforward endless runner driver.
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The game is more adorable than you would expect given the subject matter, but that's predictable for the genre. Race the Stig isn't completely neutered though, as it still lets you take control of several vehicles from the series and speed them through familiar locales.
That said, it's still an endless runner where your primary task is collecting golden nuts. That means one thing - IAPs. How bad are they? See for yourself.
Twenty bucks? Let me tell you where you can put those nuts.
If you want something that feels a bit more like a racing game (though, technically, it's all about pulling off stunts), consider checking out Top Gear: Stunt School instead.

Top Gear : Race the Stig
Top Gear : Race the Stig
6 ratings
Offers in-app purchases

The Voice: On Stage StarMaker Interactive

This is The Voice: On Stage! The official game for the worldwide hit TV show The Voice. Sing your way through your favorite songs from The Voice to unlock more songs and free music!
• Karaoke + Auto-Tune™! • See which notes you need to hit and then listen to your song with real Auto-Tune™! • Can you turn all 4 chairs?
StarMaker's apps including the “The Voice: On Stage” are the only karaoke games with genuine Auto-Tune™. Sing, record, and compete with over 250 hit songs, then share your recordings using Facebook, Twitter, and email! Get started with free tokens and sing to earn more. Then subscribe for as to sing every song! Score high by singing your favorite song lyrics and hitting the right notes. Earn tokens for free songs and work your way up the ladder to pop stardom!
New hit songs released weekly, including songs from The Voice:
• Miley Cyrus - "Wrecking Ball"
• Lorde - "Royals"
• Miley Cyrus - "Adore You"
• OneRepublic - "Counting Stars"
• One Direction - "Story of my Life"
• Eminem featuring Rihanna - "The Monster"
• Imagine Dragons - "Radioactive"
• Bastille - "Pompeii"
• Passenger - "Let Her Go"
• A Great Big World w. Christina Aguilera - "Say Something"
• Taylor Swift - "22"
• Daft Punk - "Get Lucky"
• Capital Cities - "Safe and Sound"
• Katy Perry - "E.T."
• Rihanna - "Stay"
• Selena Gomez - "Love You Like A Love Song"
• Beyoncé – “Halo”
• Ariana Grande - "The Way"
• Robin Thicke - "Blurred Lines"
• Ellie Goulding - "Burn"
• Drake - "Hold On We're Going Home"
• Anna Kendrick - "Cups (You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone)"
• Justin Bieber - “Heartbreaker”
• Macklemore - "Same Love"
• Lady Gaga - "Applause"
• Bruno Mars - "Grenade"
... and many more!
The Voice: On Stage has songs that span a broad spectrum of musical genres:
- Pop sensations like Miley Cyrus & Bruno Mars
- Hip Hop stars such as Drake & Nicki Minaj
- Classic karaoke ballads like the Cranberries & Whitney Houston
- Electronic music such as Calvin Harris & David Guetta
Better than yesterday's karaoke, now sing your way to the top of the charts and see how many votes your recordings earn on
NOTE: Headphones with a microphone are recommended for recording on any device.
"The Voice: On Stage" app offers a subscription package that unlocks unlimited access to the app’s Weekly Songblast including new songs we release every week as well as the entire existing vast catalog of songs.
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The Cave Double Fine's Platforming Adventure

The Cave was released way back in January as a downloadable title for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii U, Steam, and probably everything else that can slap together an Internet connection and a few polygons. Adventure game aficionados were thrilled, because it's got quite a pedigree, coming from the designer of classics The Secret of Monkey Island and Maniac Mansion, along with being developed by the much-loved Double Fine. Now it's out for Android, and you can pick it up on the Play Store for five bucks.

The Cave follows a handful of protagonists who are lured to... well, a cave, so I suppose you can't fault the game for untruthful advertising. In a series of platforms and puzzles you'll unravel the backstories of your chosen characters, switching between them to advance through the stages and get past traps and monsters. The eclectic story forces each one to confront his or her past as the narrative swings from black humor to drama like a pendulum, which is something that should be familiar to fans of Double Fine games and their progenitors.
Don't expect Sonic-level platforming or Zelda-level puzzles here - The Cave isn't interested in making you die fifty times to reach the end of the stage. Though the game has these mechanics thrown in to keep things interesting, it's an adventure title at heart. Decent 2.5D graphics and character designs infused with personality make it look unique, though older Android devices may struggle to keep up. The Cave is compatible with phones and tablets running 2.3 or higher, and there are no in-app purchases.
The Cave
The Cave
2,730 ratings
by Double Fine Productions
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
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Threema is a mobile messaging app that puts security first. With true end-to-end encryption, you can rest assured that only you and the intended recipient can read your messages.
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• End-to-end encryption of text messages, images, videos and GPS locations
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• Send images and videos
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Colossatron Crash Lands In The Play Store To Wreak Havoc

From points unknown, comes the one and only Colossatron. Like all giant serpentine robots, Colossatron is mainly concerned with destroying lesser civilizations, and you can take control of the action in the newest game from Halfbrick Studios.

This title is a sort of casual robot builder, if there is such a thing. Colossatron goes about its business, rolling around the screen, shooting at everything in range. Most of your interaction with the game comes in the form of adding new modules to the robot. If you connect three of the same color, they collapse into a single more powerful subunit. Match two of the primary colors, like blue and red, and you get a third color with a different power (purple in this case).
The game has clean graphics and a fun cartoony style with full support for immersive mode on Android 4.4. The developers also framed the game as a series of amusing, goofy news reports. Also, your enemy is called General Mustache – what more could you want? Still not sold? We're pretty sure Colossatron's core is made of a decapitated Power Ranger Dinozord.
Uncanny, right? Colossaltron is a buck, but there are some in-app purchases built-in.

9,921 ratings
Offers in-app purchases
by Halfbrick Studios
50,000 - 100,000 downloads

App IMDb Updated To Version 4.0 With Oscar Coverage Editorial Lists And Trivia

The Internet Movie Database is one of those invaluable tools that defines the Internet age... at least for movie and TV addicts. Today's app update 4.0 isn't quite as dramatic as some of the previous additions, but it should help you keep on top of the upcoming Academy Award smorgasbord, and might just help you kill some time 'round the holidays too.
First of all, IMDb has added a selection of lists from the site editors. These aren't the "1000 actresses I'd really like to go on a date with" written by pathetic, bored movie fans... these are "Ten Best Movies of 2013" lists written by professional, bored movie fans. There are also a few more useful lists, including a neat feature on shows that have been cancelled or renewed. Also notable is a list of shows available on Amazon Instant Video... which would be a lot more useful if IMDb's owners would actually release an Amazon Instant Video app already.
According to the description, the app has added even more biographical information to actor and crew pages, though of course some will have more than others. You can also vote on movie and TV trivia, though looking through the app, I can't actually see where you do this. As always, the app is free and includes some relatively tame advertising.

IMDb Movies & TV
IMDb Movies & TV
210,283 ratings
by IMDb
10,000,000 - 50,000,000 downloads
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Cyanogen Inc Scores Another $22 Million In Funding

When the CyanogenMod folks announced the formation of Cyanogen Inc. back in September, the young company had secured $7 million in funding to help it get off the ground. Now, with a few months of momentum behind it, the company has secured an additional $22 million. This money comes from the California-based venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz along with pre-established partners Benchmark and Redpoint.
These new funds will help Cyanogen Inc. throw more resources at cranking out code, sponsoring events, and growing its team of engineers and designers. Yet money isn't all the company has acquired lately. Peter Levine from Andreessen Horowitz is joining the company's board of directors. Tencent, China's largest Internet company, will also serve as a strategic partner. More symbolically, though, the team has picked up a large showing of support from sources other than its users, and that's nothing to shake a stick at.
Source: Cyanogen Inc.

Grand Theft Auto San Andreas Hits The Play Store For $6.99 Go West, Young Man

We've already cruised through Liberty City and significantly lowered property values in Vice City, now it's time for a west coast vacation in San Andreas. The third Grand Theft Auto game of the PlayStation 2 era just landed on the Play Store in its blocky, polygonal, sandbox glory, and you can pick it up for a cool $6.99. No in-app purchases, no time-outs, just good old-fashioned Rockstar madness.
San Andreas takes the GTA action to California with a huge, fictional city amalgamating Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Las Vegas, and some rural backcountry that hadn't been seen in the series up to that point. Like Vice City before it, San Andreas moves the clock back, this time going to a slightly larger-than-life version of the early 90s. You play as CJ, a young African American making his way through the various facets of the criminal underworld. You steal cars. You kill people. You do other things that kids probably shouldn't be allowed to do in video games.
This was the last GTA game on the PS2 and Xbox, and for a lot of players, it was significantly better than Grand Theft Auto 4, which tended to lose focus with too much to do in the fictional city. Improvements over Vice City include slightly better graphics, more vehicles, customizable cars and player avatars, an entirely new genre-spanning soundtrack, and expanded mini-games. The Android version features adjustable graphic settings and compatibility with MOGA and other Bluetooth controllers.
The game is an enormous 2.4 gigabytes, so clear away some space on your phone or tablet before buying it. Also, it looks like a number of early buyers are having download issues. The game is also available for at least some Kindle Fire models over on the Amazon Appstore.

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
35,958 ratings
Offers in-app purchases
by Rockstar Games, Inc.
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
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XFINITY Remote With Voice Commands TV X1 Comcast Releases Remote With Voice Commands For Controlling

The concept of using your smartphone as a remote isn't a new one. Modern flagship devices such as the Galaxy S4, HTC One, and LG G2 all have built-in IR blasters and ship with pre-installed apps for controlling your TV. The Play Store even has a few downloadable options with more features. Now Comcast is rolling out a remote of its own intended specifically to control its new generation of XFINITY boxes. You know, the ones with the sleek black UI, not the aging blue one
Not only does the app have the obvious ability to change channels and pause whatever's on, it comes with voice commands to make searching for shows easier. Just tap the mic and name what you're looking for. If you're not sure, you can also ask for genres, sports teams, or TV schedules to guide you in the right direction.
Given that this is an initial release, be prepared to exercise patience as the company works out any kinks. The app's available below for free to current customers.

947 ratings
by Comcast Interactive Media
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
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