10000000 may not look like much, but that’s the point. The always-running puzzle game has roots in the match-three genre but it goes beyond that, with a system of power-ups and in-game currency that works to keep you motivated. Motivated to do what, exactly? Get out of the seemingly-endless dungeon by amassing an impossible score of,
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One of the most consistent criticisms lobbed at Windows Phone 7 and later WP8, was its lack of a unified notification hub, somewhere you can go to check all your missed calls, texts, tweets, news briefs and so on. Microsoft claims that its combination of one-off toast notifications and live tiles, which can be configured
Feedly hasn’t taken the Google Reader shutdown news lightly; it has promised not only a smooth transition for users relying on the service, but improvements to its core functionality. What started as a desktop extension for consolidating and aggregating news in an attractive way, Feedly has since launched mobile apps on Android and iOS that
Over the weekend, it was revealed that the 64GB version of the HTC One would be coming to the U.S. as an AT&T exclusive. Not long before, I’d reached out to the Canadian carriers to ask whether any of them would be carrying the aforementioned model and the most common answer was that there was
Facebook is set to unveil something Android-related on Thursday. Some think it is a Facebook phone, others a forked version of Android with the social network’s paw prints all over it. According to a few new specks of leaked data, it looks to be a bit of both. Facebook will unveil an HTC-built “Myst” device, recently leaked
We are big fans of stuff that keeps us organized, and one of the best ways to keep your digital life in order is with a cloud storage service like SugarSync. Perhaps not as well known as their competitors, SugarSync has expanded from being a simple multiple-computer synchronization program to a mobile-friendly platform that emphasizes collaboration.
BBC doesn’t have a Windows Phone presence, at least not officially. However, an unofficial news app created by Microsoft employee, Lawrence Gripper, was too close to the real thing for comfort, as the Beeb has asked the developer to remove it from the Windows Store. “These have been a labor of love for me since the launch
Expedia Brings Itinerary Content To Its Beautiful Mobile Apps, Wants To Be Your Pre, During and Post-Trip Portal
Expedia’s migration to a mobile-first company has been slow but steady. Purchasing Mobiata for its FlightTrack data and accompanying apps was one of many small steps the U.S.-based company has taken towards being a true mobile player — it also owns Hotwire and Hotels.com, which are less mobile than they should be — but its
While Twitter for BlackBerry 10 has been updated a couple of times since its release, Facebook has remained stagnant, both in terms of features and stability. Suffice it to say, it has not been an extremely usable application to date. Both apps have been updated with improved access to various key features. For example, Twitter
Evernote for Windows Phone has received a nice update, with an overhauled home screen and some new features that are going to please the WP purist. The update takes advantage of one of Windows Phone’s best features, its ability to pin certain content to the home screen via a live tile; these shortcuts can be