Category archive: Android Apps

Starbucks expands Pick of the Week, adding free apps and books for iOS users

Starbucks expands Pick of the Week, adding free apps and books for iOS users

Starbucks has long been running their Pick of the Week program, which provides free multimedia content to Starbucks’ customers. Customers using the Starbucks app were given access to a free song while either connected to the store’s WiFi networks or by using the iOS application connected to iTunes, and iBookstore and App Store goodies were…

PSA: Humble Bundle 5 now available; Pay what you want for 6 awesome Android games

PSA: Humble Bundle 5 now available; Pay what you want for 6 awesome Android games

The Humble Bundles, which provide bundles of DRM-free cross-platform games, have long been a favorite way for gamers to check out new independent games from indie developers at a price which makes sense to them. That last part, a price which makes sense to them, is key to the Humble Bundle‚Äôs operation, which allows gamers…

Samsung unveils Wallet application: Blatant Passbook ripoff, or inevitable lookalike?

Samsung unveils Wallet application: Blatant Passbook ripoff, or inevitable lookalike?

Image Credit: The Next Web Samsung and Apple are no strangers in the courtroom. The two companies have exchanged patent infringement suits over the past several years, with the most notable victory for Apple coming by way of a $1 billion+ award granted to Apple in the U.S. in 2012. While subsequent rulings have called…

Techgress recommends: Temple Run 2 for iOS launching tonight

Techgress recommends: Temple Run 2 for iOS launching tonight

Studies have repeatedly shown that a significant portion of smartphone owners use their devices to indulge in some form of casual gaming. While the Angry Birds franchise has been the runaway favorite consumers have turned to (and, which has made app maker Rovio boatloads of money), another fan favorite to date Temple Run, which as…

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