There are times when I’m using an Android tablet that I wish I was able to use more desktop oriented features on the device – specifically when using a 10″ tablet. Many applications don’t take full advantage of larger screens and leave us feeling a little shafted when it comes to viewing a single pane of content on such a large screen; thankfully, a few developers have created a collection of extremely useful floating applications to cover all of your multitasking needs. [Read more...]
Remember that “Tower Defense” game Age of Defenders that came out a while back? It was very promising but let down its fans a bit when it didn’t release a single-player campaign, and the multiplayer-only game modes were constantly empty. The development team announced today that it in-fact has been working on the update and plans on releasing it very soon. The update includes quite a few tweaks and upgrades, as well as the long-awaited single player storyline. [Read more...]
If there’s one thing about Chrome for Android that I despise, it’s the lack of being able to permanently set the browser to desktop mode when browsing on our tablet or large phone. Data plans and larger screens allow for us to emulate carrying around a desktop, and it should provide us with a desktop experience without having to muck about with loading the mobile one first. Thanks to Google and it’s fantastic ability to search everywhere at once, we were lucky enough to stumble upon a solution on the Google Chrome Forum. [Read more...]
If you’ve owned a Steam account before, or currently do, there’s a good chance that you’ve heard of Terraria; Terraria is a side-scrolling RPG that allows you to use the environment to your advantage to tunnel, build, craft, and fight against various creatures. Having invested over 40 hours into the desktop game, I feel that the game could have a great touch interface and enjoyable gameplay for Android. Developer Brad Gearon has created a link that allows you to run your copy (that means you must own the desktop version) on Android through his conversion kit and application called Branches.