Apps

Reviews, updates, new releases and just any interesting Android application that I have been able to find and think are worthy of looking into.

Implosion – Never Lose Hope Review

Implosion – Never Lose Hope is a new hack and slash game available right now in the Google Play Store. The game has amazing graphics for a free game but is it worth your time? Let’s look at what this game is all about.

Gapps 5.1 Download for Lollipop

Now that CyanogenMod 12.1 builds are going out we are going to see a spike in custom ROMs built on the Android 5.1 Lollipop based and here are the 5.1 Gapps packages that you can use.

WWE 2K Review

A little bit ago 2K Games announced they would be releasing their WWE console game onto both Android and the iOS platform and today the day has come. Let’s take a look at what you can expect to get for $7.99.

CF.lumen Review

Today I wanted to highlight a popular application from one of my favorite community developers, Chainfire. The application is called CF.lumen and it works very similarly to f.lux does on the PC.

Corridor Z Review

There’s a new game that was released at the end of last week called Corridor Z. It’s a freemium endless runner style game that actually has an interesting twist on the genre.

Gapps 4.4 Download for KitKat

Once you have downloaded your KitKat custom ROM, you’ll need a Gapps package. You can download the Google apps and services bundle for Android 4.4 KitKat right here.

Marvel Mighty Heroes Review

Marvel has teamed up with the developer team known as DeNA to publish an arcade style beat ’em up game starring some of the most popular Marvel super heroes.

Gapps 5.0 Download for Lollipop

After you install a custom ROM you almost always need a Gapps package to accompany it. You can download the Gapps package for Android 5.0 Lollipop right here.

Final Fantasy: Record Keeper Review

Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is a throwback to all of the great memories that were in the Final Fantasy series. This games lets you relive those memories as it puts you right into the most memorable battles of the franchise.

Material Power Menu

There’s a ton of people who wish Google would add more options into the stock Android power menu. Unless you run a custom ROM, there isn’t much else you can do but if you root and install Xposed, then this Material Power Menu application just might be what you are looking for.

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