You know who likes fragments? Android users. And if you're a developer, you should be taking full advantage of that so users of your app will love it more. More love for your app means better reviews, and the better the reviews, the more installs you're likely to get. See how that works?
Anyway, back to fragments. If you're not all that familiar with implementing fragments, Packt Publishing has the book for you, and we happened to have 10 to give away. Read More
Yesterday, Andrew Bell unveiled his latest creation: the Trickertreat Android figurine for Halloween 2013. This whimsical little pumpkin-headed Android has a dual-nature personality, much like the fun-loving, but also high-strung mayor of Nightmare Town in Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas. Actually, Trickertreat is a lot like a mashup of the Mayor of Halloween Town and The Pumpkin King himself.
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Have you heard the news? Caesar is dead. And he's not coming back. Who's going to take over his empire? That's to be decided, and you can throw your name in the hat in Gameloft's new game Total Conquest. By "throw your name in the hat," I actually mean join together with like-minded vigilantes and slay all the naysayers. It's time to build an army and claim what's rightfully yours. Read More
It's pretty safe to assume that most people either have, or want, a tablet. For those who are in the market though, trying to find the perfect slate can be a daunting task. With all of the options, even the savviest consumers can easily get overwhelmed. Not to mention how much research is involved in making an educated purchase decision – I will personally sometimes spend weeks researching and comparing products before making a major purchase. Read More
If you've been reading AP for the last couple of years, then you've probably heard about Apps World and know what this post is all about. If you're a newcomer to our readership and are also a developer, listen up – we've got a pair of tickets to one of the best app developer conferences around to give away.
I guess we should start off by talking about what Apps World is before we get too far ahead of ourselves, eh? Read More
We've talked quite a bit about mobile security in the past, and the name Bitdefender Mobile Security for Android always seems to make its way into the conversation. There's a good reason for that – since its initial release, Bitdefender Mobile Security has always been one of the top choices on Google Play when it comes to device protection. But the company hasn't been stagnant since the first release, it has pushed a steady stream of updates to the Play Store, brining new features to the table on a regular basis. Read More
Avast's Android offering has been a top-notch product since it was released, and the company has put in a lot of hard work to continuously make it better since then. Recently, it launched some Premium features for its Mobile Security app, which offer some incredible functionality for only two bucks a month ($15 if you pay for a full year). Before we get into our newest Mega Giveaway with avast!, let's take a closer look at some of the features unlocked in Mobile Security Premium. Read More
This contest is now over.
The final results are listed below. If you've won, you will be contacted in the near future. Congratulations!
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Sam Monty (Minx Air 200)
Ohad Maor (Minx Go)
Max Chiu (Minx Go)
It's time for another Android Police giveaway, and we're wrapping up the work week with the sweet sound of Cambridge Audio's wireless Minx speakers. Read More
If there are two words that can quickly get people excited, it's "free money." And we just so happened to have some to give away, thanks to Venmo. Haven't heard of Venmo? Here's the skinny: it's a quick, easy, and efficient way to instantly send money to friends. Kind of like Paypal, but without the Paypal-ness of it all – it's all just very simple and straightforward.
The fees are also extremely reasonable: transferring money from your Venmo balance is free, as are payments funded by U.S. Read More
If you've been reading AP for any amount of time longer than, say, six months, then you've probably heard of AnDevCon, the biannual Android Developer Conference. We've been teaming up with the AnDevCon crew since the beginning, and have offered two developers a way into the conference – including all tutorials, workshops, and the like – with every passing event. This time's no different.