Microsoft has officially announced the existence of Age of Empires: World Domination for mobile devices. There are few details about the game, and it is unknown how the classic real-time strategy gameplay will be adapted for a touch interface, although the preview video promises a new battle system.
If you’re a fan of optical illusions, you will definitely be a fan of our app of the week – Monument Valley on iOS, a world where optical illusions are real. Available for iOS devices, and best played on the iPad for obvious reasons, Monument Valley could very well be the most beautiful mobile game to date, featuring stunning 3D architecture that can be twisted and turned in ways you never imagined.
Intrigued? Hit the break to enter the world where the impossible happens.
Bad news for those of you who use sends Facebook messages to your friends using the Facebook app on your smartphone, it looks like the social network will be removing the feature, forcing users to download the dedicated messaging app instead – Facebook messenger. Just last month, Facebook killed off Facebook Messenger for Windows, and now it looks like they want to drive more traffic to their Facebook Messenger app for mobile platforms.
The Adobe Creative Cloud just got a lot more useful with the release of Adobe Lightroom Mobile for iPad. The tablet version of the very popular photo organization and editing software uses the creative cloud to sync images and edits to and from your desktop system making sure your photos are always up to date.
Usually when your iPhone is running low on juice you do a couple of things; Turn down the brightness, switch off WiFi and of course close all open apps in the multitasking tray. Well according to former Genius Bar technician Scott Loveless, that may actually have an inverse effect on your battery life!
We hear about companies buying up other companies all the time, but the latest acquisition is a pretty interesting one. Twitter has recently acquired Cover, an Android lock screen app that was launched just six months ago. Cover has just shared a blog post saying that the entire team will be joining the micro-blogging site at its headquarters in San Francisco.
One of the best things about using an Android device is definitely its customizability, but what if you do not wish to install a launcher which would require you to rearrange your home screen setup all over again? Or what if you’re using an iOS device?
You can use Line Deco, our app of the week that can spice up the home screen on your Android and iOS device in a matter of minutes, free of charge.