Everyone loves a sale and when it is about games or gaming, we like to think we are all over them as much as possible. However, once in awhile we miss spotting one here and there. Thankfully other sites spot these ones like today's rather huge sale on both Splashtop Remote Desktop HD and Splashtop GamePad THD which are both on sale for $4.99.
As hardened Android users, I'm sure you noticed a little bug that has been around for a good while. Whenever you would download an app from a third-party such as the Amazon Appstore, it would show up in Google Play as if you purchased it from there. With the latest Google Play update, that issue no longer exists.
Amazon has announced that, through the use of their new API, developers can now integrate in-app purchases into their applications and games on the Amazon App Store. Amazon will also be accepting in-app purchases from users on both Android devices in general as well as the Kindle Fire.
At the end of March, some Android users noticed the Google Play app was having some issues. In some cases, Google Play would not display the apps they paid for. Google Play also started to force close more than usual. Although these bugs weren't experienced by everyone, Google still rolled out an update to Google Play to resolve these issues.
TwitchTV, which is the gaming arm of Justin.TV, has finally come to Android. The TwitchTV Android app can be downloaded for free from Google Play. It requires devices to have at least Android 2.2 and takes up 6.5MBs of storage.
In a similar style to the Call of Duty Elite companion app, Unisoft have announced their own companion app for their Ghost Recon titles called Ghost Recon Networks. This is not the Ghost Recon: Commander companion game we have been talking about recently which is also headed to Android in the near future. This is a straight up companion application like Elite is.
As part of our extended GDC 2012 coverage, we ran into the fine folks from LunarG who have developed an SDK that will let Android game developers add features to their games that will let players record and share in-game recordings just by installing a free SDK. Best part is, you won't need root as a player.
The Call of Duty Elite application for Android has been out for a short while now but it has never been optimized for tablets. That is about to change soon as Activision is developing a tablet version of the Elite app which is great news for anyone who has wanted a better version of the app on their Android tablet.
It was bound to happen at some point, and we have been saying it would for quite some time now. However, one developer has gone ahead and made it happen and that is the ability to play your PC games on your Android device no matter where you are over WiFi/3G/4G.
We already know that Mass Effect Infiltrator will be arriving on Android soon from EA but now there is a Mass Effect 3 Live Wallpaper available for download off of Tegra Zone and Google Play. It seems nVidia and BioWare have teamed up to make this new Live Wallpaper.
Back when Angry Birds Space was finally announced one interesting feature was that The Daily would be getting an exclusive guide which you would about everything relating to Angry Birds Space. It isn't so much of a guide, at least not right now, regarding level walkthrus or anything like that.