Offroad Legends v1.3.0


Current Version: 1.3.0

Requires Android: 2.2 and up

Category:   Racing

v1.3.0 update:

Version 1.3.0 Changes: -Optimized for Intel x86

Version 1.2.0 Changes: • New beautiful Sahara environment • 2 new cups with 16 tracks to beat • 3 new cars to unlock • Reduced the cost of unlocking cups

Overview: Crash the barriers and fly above bottomless chasms with Monster Trucks, 4×4 off-roaders and six wheeled Behemoths!

“Offroad Legends brings a lot of fun.” –

Game features: • Four vehicle categories (Monsters, 4×4 off-roaders, Behemoths, Fun cars) • Three game modes • Gorgeous graphics • 56 challenging tracks • Real-time vehicle deformation • Mind blowing physics • Xperia PLAY gamepad support • Scoreloop leaderboards and achievements

Use your best skills to beat the most mind blowing tracks and be the ultimate Offroad Legend!

Fasten your seatbelts, it’s gonna be a tough ride!

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Gravity Screen Pro – On / Off v1.73.1


Current Version: 1.73.1

Requires Android: 2.2 and up

Category:   Tools

v1.73.1 update: – – –  v1.73.3 – – –

Fixed: – crashed if the app was started in landscape mode. Let me know if still experiencing any crash. – infinite timeout If the app does not work properly after the update, try to re-install it to solve the problem.

Overview: – Install it only if you have difficulty to Unlock the Free version by In-app Billing or the Free version does not work for you for some reason. –

Using your phone often? Tired of the On-Off switching? This app turns automatically your screen off when you put your phone into your pocket or onto a table and turn the screen on when you take it out or up. No need to touch any button and you are ready to go.


It monitors the orientation of the device through the gravity sensor. When your phone is pointing downward by its top, below a certain angle, it’s likely to be out of use. In this situation the proximity sensor is activated to determine if it is covered. If yes, the screen turns off because probably you placed the phone into your pocket or onto a table. To keep the battery usage low the program turns on the proximity sensor only when it’s really necessary. Moreover, when it turns your screen off and the proximity sensor is covered it puts your phone into deep sleep state to save as much energy as possible.


– Pocket Sensor: Recognizes if your phone is in your pocket. – Table Sensor: Detects your phone is lying on a table and turns the screen off. – Turn Screen On by Motion: If the screen is off and it’s facing up the device can be woken up by any movements, for example lift up by hand. – Keep Screen On by Motion: It’s a Screebl like feature but it’s relying on the small movements you are doing by your hand while holding the phone. If small motions are detected while the screen is facing up the feature keeps the screen on because it can be suspected that the phone is held and probably you are reading something. If the phone is steady the normal screen timeout will apply in any position you leave your device. – Exclude Apps option: The app pauses itself anytime if selected app is running, it’ll resume when you close the app. Useful when playing games etc. – Tasker, Llama, Locale supported by plug-in.


It should be not significant. I experienced about 6 per cent extra consumption on the test device. However it can be much higher by often using the Turn Screen On by Motion feature. Thus, keep your phone face down if you want to save energy.


On some devices (e.g. HTC One) the alarm clock is switched off by the app after it had gone off! Please check if it’s the case for you. If, yes, use a third party app, for example:


– The app was not widely tested. Hopefully it will work fine for you. But, if you experience any issue or just have a question, please email me.


In the Pro version the screen can be turned on by motion up to 16 hours instead of 15 minutes. Also, in the Pro version the Table sensor is more accurate.


Q: The screen not always turns off when I put my phone into my pocket, why? A:The proximity sensor not always accurate. It can fail recognizing some materials specially if they are very close to it. If it happens to you often, you can activate the False Turn-On Protection feature which effectively reduces the number of accidental wake-ups.

Q: I’m experiencing high battery usage, why? A: The app should use about 6 percent extra energy per day if you are not using too much the Turn Screen On by Motion feature, for example keeping your phone face down when it’s on a table. Moreover, please, keep in mind that the android en-built battery consumption measurement can show much higher results if it’s based on a short period of time.

Q: The Turn Screen On by Motion feature does not work for me, why? A: It’s likely that your device is stopping the acceleration sensor when the screen goes off and we can do nothing about it unfortunately. More info:



Habit Browser v1.0.41A

Current Version: 1.0.41A

Requires Android: 4.0.3 and up

Category:   Tools

v1.0.41A update: v1.0.41 Optimize first loading process tab Optimize FastBack processing Change the tab restore process of application startup Added support streaming type Fixed the download start processing Crash report corresponding v1.0.41A Fixed an issue with tab restore to be incomplete in the case of FastBack mode disabled Fixed the new tab display processing

Overview: “HabitBrowser” is a feature-rich Web browser.

Various operations can be comfortable using the quick menu.

* If you have enabled Flash, it may become inoperable by the terminal.   If you fall into inoperable, please disable or uninstall the Flash

– For quick menu   Appears in the “Tap and Hold” to the Center from the side of the screen

– For menu icon   Not using the quick menu, toolbar is set to or toolbar hidden menu is displayed when the menu, all is not set   * If you have enabled the setting that you do not use the menu icon does not always appear     Please enable for example, when the menu button is present on terminal

– For user scripts   It does not correspond to the “@match” “@require”

– For setting POST downloads   Please set to OFF if the operation such as the login form will not be successful

– For information about selecting text   After you tap the location where you want to select, please run the menu “Select Text”   *It will be the operation of the machine-dependent, it does not work properly depending on the model

– Translation is machine translation from Japanese

– Permission description   ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE and ACCESS_WIFI_STATE is used in [Preload of the web page]   ACCESS_LOCATION, ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION, ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION, ACCESS_GPS and ACCESS_ASSISTED_GPS is used in [Browser location api]   EXPAND_STATUS_BAR is used in [Open status bar menu]   INTERNET is used in [Browser]   WAKE_LOCK is used in [Stay awake settings]   WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE is used in [Download and Export settings]   READ_HISTORY_BOOKMARKS is used in [Import device bookmarks]   INSTALL_SHORTCUT is used in [Add to home menu]   VIBRATE is used in [Vibration on long press settings]

Operation check device:   Galaxy S 4.0.4   Xperia VL 4.1.2   HTC J One 4.2.2   Galaxy S 4.3   Nexus7 2013 4.4


Motorola Hosting Cyber Monday Deal, Grab an Off Contract Moto X for Just $349


If shopping online is more of your thing rather than standing in lines on Black Friday, Motorola announced that they will host a special Cyber Monday deal for those who look to pick up the company’s 2013 flagship device, the Moto X.

Motorola is selling all Moto X phones for $150 off, bringing the grand total to $349 for a 16GB model or $399 for 32GB. The deal includes Moto X devices bought off of MotoMaker, as well as Developer Edition units.

$349 for the Moto X is an absolute steal – we just wish the wood backs were ready by then. Picking one up?


Source: Droid Life

Here are Your AT&T Black Friday Weekend Deals: Free Moto X or HTC One, 50% Off Jambox, and More

 AT&T dropped off a massive Black Friday and Thanksgiving weekend deal list into our inbox that includes items like a free Moto X (no MotoMaker), free HTC One, 50% off JAMBOX speakers, $30 Galaxy S4s, and half off all sorts of tablets. You’ll even find deals on things like the JBL wireless charging speaker (60% off), a Polaroid Bluetooth printer, and all sorts of cases.

Some of the deals on Samsung’s Galaxy line kick off tomorrow, but most of the big stuff starts on Friday and continues on through Monday, December 2. The deals can be had both online and in AT&T stores. We have the entire list for you below, broken down by deal and date.

As you can imagine, the “free” deals all require that you sign a new 2-year  contract.


Source: Droid Life

Moto G Shells and Flips Shells Now Available Starting at $14.99, Ship December 2


Motorola surprised us somewhat yesterday when they announced that their ultra-affordable phone, the Moto G, was now available in the U.S. as a GSM phone. Without a contract at $179 for the 8GB model, and $199 for the 16GB model, this might be the best deal in the mobile industry. Sure, the phone doesn’t have LTE, but most HSPA+ networks are plenty fast these days, just ask Nexus 4 owners how they’ve held up over the last year.

To top off its striking price, the Moto G also carries a bit of the Moto X’s customization swagger by being able to utilize swappable back plates called Shells. There are 19 options altogether through Shells, Flip Shells (like a Samsung Flip Cover), and Grip Shells. As of this morning, the Shells ($14.99) and Flip Shells ($29.99) are now available with free shipping. The Grip Shells are not yet available.

If you choose to pick up a Moto G and a Shell or two, you are looking at color options that include turquoise, black, cherry, lemon lime, chalk, violet, and royal blue.

Before you get too invested in the price of the Moto G, remember that Motorola is hosting a mega-sale on Cyber Monday for the Moto X with MotoMaker. You can pick up their 2013 flagship for $350 without a contract. The Moto G might be the best overall value in the industry, by that Moto X deal is the best we have seen heading into this holiday shopping weekend.


Source: Droid Life

AT&T Galaxy S4 Update to Android 4.3 Ready Again as Build I337UCUEMK2

Shortly after beginning to push the Android 4.3 update for the Galaxy S4 on AT&T as build 1337UCUEMJ9, issues arose causing the rollout to be stopped. Parties involved reportedly confirmed that there were issues and that they were investigating them, though no new timeline for a rollout was given. According to an update to AT&T’s Galaxy S4 support page, today is the day that 4.3 will resume, only this time as build I337UCUEMK2.

The update weighs in a little more as well at roughly 727MB. Other than that, it should be exactly as you were expecting when the first update began. Here is what the changelog shows:

  • Android 4.3 OS upgrade (
  • Samsung Galaxy Gear compatibility
  • Drag and drop to uninstall or disable applications
  • Call reliability improvements

To try and pull the update, head into Settings>About phone>Software update>Check for update. The update is supposed to “effective” as of today.


Source: Droid Life