Battle.net is the one-stop shop for all Blizzard games, from Overwatch to World of Warcraft. But until now, there wasn't a mobile app available to chat with your friends or manage your profile, like Steam offers. Seemingly out of nowhere, Blizzard has released a Battle.net companion app for Android. Read More
A friend once told me that watching someone else play a game can sometimes be even more entertaining than playing it yourself and more enjoyable than a movie. I wouldn't know, but I trust his opinion. Well, his and that of the thousands of people who seem to love it as much, to a point where a game streaming platform like Twitch exists and is valued equally to Instagram. If you fall in this demography of video game lovers and if you're a fan of the multi-million dollar competitions that ensue, you should check out Strafe.
Think of Strafe as a sports scheduling and scores application, only it's geared toward eSports, ie. video Read More
I have loved StarCraft ever since the first version came out back in 1999. I've played it for 10 years, and this year excitedly watched, with all of you, the unveiling of both the beta and final versions (hey, we even got our cool Twitter background thanks to Starcraft II).
While you can't play StarCraft II on your phone, there is a variety of applications on the Android Market aimed at providing stats and other information that should help you be on the winning side of "gg" at the end of the game. Let's take a look at the best of them. Read More
The second official Android Police contest is here!
We have grown fast in the 7 weeks of existence, and it's time for our twitter page, @AndroidPolice, to have a decent design.
What We Have
We have an unused Starcraft 2 Beta key (we've had quite a turnout at the last giveaway 2 weeks ago), which will let you download the most anticipated game of this year and play it on Battle.net. Read More
Thank you to everyone who entered AndroidPolice.com's first contest - we've had quite a turnout!
Up for grabs we had 2x Starcraft 2 Beta keys. There were 62 contest entries, listed below:
Drumroll please! Read More
: The contest is now over! We've had 62 entries and 2 keys to give out, so the odds were pretty good. The winners have now been chosen at random - head over here
to see them.
The first official Android Police contest is here!
To promote the site further, following our very successful first month on the net, we decided to give away 2x Starcraft 2 Beta keys which will let you download the most anticipated game of this year and play it on Battle.net.
You can preorder Starcraft on Amazon and get the beta key for free or participate in this contest. Read More