Can a game about popping multi-colored bubbles be relaxing?
That’s the premise of Tiny Bubbles, a newly released puzzle game that’s both surprisingly challenging and relaxing all at once.
The $2.99 game (iOS and Android) is centered around what the developer describes as “soap bubble physics,” and, at first, it’s deceptively simple. You’re presented with a series of different colored bubbles, and your goal is to get the colors to match up so the bubbles pop and you can advance to the next level.
But though the challenges start out relatively easy, they quickly get much more challenging, as the game relies on a set of increasingly elaborate mechanics to get the bubbles to align (there are almost 200 levels to play through). Read more…
Developer Epic Games has just announced Fortnite for mobile is now open everywhere on iOS. The game doesn’t require an invite so that you can play, so no matter where you’re located, you can now download Fortnite for free via App Store.
Up until now, iOS users would only be allowed to download and play Fortnite if they were lucky enough to receive an invitation from Epic Games. The studio has been slowly rolling out invites for Fortnite since it was released in the App Store, but the number of players that could get into the game was pretty limited.
Well, that’s not the case any longer …
The Essential Phone is not necessarily a bad device, but it had some software issues at launch. Some of these problems have been corrected in the meantime, but there’s one thing that requires a bit more time – camera.
Coming as a separate accessory, the Essential Camera “benefits” from a UI and app that needs a lot of work just to reach the same level of quality of a standard flagship smartphone.
It appears that Essential understood that and released a couple of updates for the Essential Camera app, which adds some new features and corrects many issues.
A while ago, we reported that custom themes may be coming to Android 8.0 Oreo without the need for rooting your device. We are happy to report back that this seems to be the case, although the ability to do so is not quite “native”, in that it requires a third-party app and a PC connection.
Google has just announced its official Android Pay application is no longer needed for mobile payments using the service. The search giant integrated the functionality of Android Pay directly in mobile banking apps, including Bank of America, Bank of New Zealand, Discover, mBank and USAA.
Beginning this week, Android Pay users can add cards to the service directly from their mobile banking applications with a tap of a button. As soon as the setup is complete, they will be able to use their phones to make mobile payments wherever they see the Android Pay button in …
Last year, the first smartphone to ship with 6GB of RAM was launched, and since then we have seen manufacturers like OnePlus include 6GB of RAM on the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T. But as you might expect, not every phone manufacturer believes that 6GB of RAM is needed. For example, Huawei executive Lao Shi recently noted on his weibo page that 4GB of RAM is enough on a phone for it to scroll smoothly. Mr. Lao also added that many Huawei phones work better with 4GB of RAM than they might with 6GB of the stuff inside.
RAM, which is an acronym for Random Access Memory, is used to store parts of …