Take your sword and shield out and get exploring in these fantastic Android RPGs.Secret of Mana
Compared to what an original copy of Secret of Mana will cost you nowadays, the Android version offers the same engaging storyline as it did back when the game was first released. Use the intuitive ring system to select weapons, accessories and various armour.
Update your Nexus device to Android Lollipop right now!
Lets face it, Lollipop has far from been a smooth update. But there’s light at the end of the tunnel, as Google has made it official that the factory images for the Nexus 5, Nexus 10 and both versions of the Nexus 7 are now available. This means that all you budding hackers out there can now get your hands on the update by downloading the factory images and updating your phone via root.
For those less technically inclined, this also means that the rollout of Lollipop has begun, but it could take anywhere up to a couple of weeks for the update to hit your device. As reported yesterday, the Moto G is set to be the first device to get the Lollipop treatment.
The factory images for the Nexus devices can be downloaded here.
Do you own a Moto G? If so, the Android Lollipop update may just be waiting for you.
After numerous delays, the gradual rollout of Android Lollipop has finally started – but probably not with the device you’d have initially thought. The budget-friendly Moto G is the first phone to get the update, with users now available to download the 386MB update right now.
It’s important to note that the update will gradually reach every Moto G, so don’t despair if your device is yet to receive the update.
There’s no news on when we can expect other devices to finally get the bump up to Android Lollipop.
The Nexus 6 won’t be as cheap as the Nexus 5 when it initially launches.
Google has finally broken the silence over the Nexus 6, with the phone now available through the UK version of the Google Play store. However, where most will be accustomed to the smaller price tag of previous Nexus devices, this time around, Google has launched themselves at the high-end market with a £499 price tag. That’s still cheaper than many of the latest high-end phones on the market, however.
Although stock is currently unavailable, you can check out the official listing right here.
To mark the launch of History of War Magazine issue 9, we have rounded up our top five favourite war games from the Play store
To mark the launch of History of War Magazine issue 9, we have rounded up our top five favourite war games from the Play store.
Set across Ancient Rome, Feudal China, Revolutionary America and even the modern day War on Terror, we highly recommend picking up History of War Magazine for an insight into military history’s best tacticians before attempting these super strategy game.
The new issue of History of War is jam-packed full of war machines, great victories, crushing defeats and all the heroes and villians from history, with a detailed account of Nelson’s victory at the battle of Trafalgar, a profile of Hitler’s most feared fighting force the Waffen SS, and an in-depth look at the icon AK-47, and a run-down of the 20 biggest battlefied turning points. Buy it in all good shops now or download it direct from Google Play Newssstand.
Explore 16 years of Android facts, flavours and iconic handsets with this unique illustration
As Lollipops rolls out to the public, online phone accessories shop Mobile Madhouse have produced this detailed infographic plotting every major event since Android Inc was founded in 2003.
It also includes all of different flavours (we forgot how cute Honeycomb was – but why was it blue), its growing market share, and its iconic handsetsthe HTC Dream through to the Nexus 6.