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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Facebook v3.8


Current Version: 3.8

Requires Android: Varies with device

Category:  Social

Size:  Varies with device


What’s in this version:  

– Swipe right and tap the lock by your name to get to your privacy shortcuts

– Set reminders for upcoming episodes of your favorite TV shows on participating Pages (US only)

– Bug fixes

New if you’re using Home:

– See photos and posts from Flickr, Instagram, Pinterest, and Tumblr on your lock screen


Details:  Keeping up with friends is faster than ever.

• See what friends are up to

• Share updates, photos and videos

• Get notified when friends like and comment on your posts

• Text, chat and have group conversations

• Play games and use your favorite apps


Now you can get early access to the next version of Facebook for Android by becoming a beta tester. Learn how to sign up, give feedback and leave the program in our Help Center:

Problems downloading or installing the app? See Still need help? Please tell us more about the issue.

Facebook is only available for users age 13 and over.



In KitKat, the new launcher is part of the Google Search app, report says


Not directly visible to the KitKat user, it appears that the Google Search app has actually taken over the launcher in the new Android release, according to the discoveries made by a publication.

Google Search and Google Now received their own updates and visual makeovers in KitKat – which is expected considering that Google’s entire business revolves around search – but it looks like Google went a step further and made Search an even more important part of Android.


Ars Technica took a closer look to Android 4.4 KitKat and found that the Google Home launcher has been sacrificed in favor of the new Google Search, which takes over the screen in a similar fashion Facebook’s launcher does:

That’s right, Google Search isn’t just integrated into the home screen, it is the home screen. Everything you see on the home screen—the wallpaper, the icons, the widgets, and the app drawer—are all drawn by the Google Search app. “GoogleHome.apk” still exists, but it is an empty shell that forwards everything to the search app.

[Check out the image above in which a comparison between the Android 4.3 launcher and the Android 4.4 Google Search app is shown.]

The difference here is that Google does it in a more subtle way than Facebook, which isn’t obvious to the user and doesn’t change the overall experience when it comes to visual elements.

Installing just the GoogleHome.apk found on the Nexus 5 on other devices would only bring up an error message telling the user that the Google Search app has not been found (image below). Installing the Google Search app will fix the problem, but it will also bring Google’s Search-filled launcher to your device.

Is that a bad or a good thing? That depends on your preferences and your stance towards privacy and ads – ultimately it has something to do with advertising because that’s how Google make cash.


Not to mention that the implications of this finding are actually bigger when it comes to OEMs and their way of customizing the Android experience they offer especially because Google Search is an independent app that can be installed on any Android device.

On a related note, earlier today we heard that the smarter Dialer may someday get ads, but Google has told Ars Technica that won’t happen – but then again, a few years ago the company promised not to show banner ads in search results, a promise that was recently broken.

The new Google Search does bring new features to users including always-on listening (at least on the Google Nexus 5) and app indexing support (which means Search can open apps to respond to certain queries), but does the fact that the launcher is a Search front bother you?



Source: Android Authority

Facebook Home Receives Update – Brings Instagram and Pinterest Support, Plus New Icon


Facebook pushed out an update to Facebook Home yesterday, which includes support for users of Instagram and Pinterest, as well as a fancy new Home icon. Other services, such as Flickr and Tumblr, also received support for the third party launcher app.


The app still behaves the same, replacing your current lockscreen with a steady stream of status updates and pictures from your friends on Facebook. What was funny to us is that since Instagram now supports ads, will you have to see the sponsored posts on Facebook Home, as well? That remains to be seen.


Here is the changelog taken from Google Play.

What’s New:

◾Use the Home app just as your lock screen or as your lock screen and app launcher

◾Updated app launcher

◾See photos and posts from Flickr, Instagram, Pinterest, and Tumblr on your lock screen


Is anyone using this still?



False alarm; Motorola will not be releasing a new 4G LTE device this friday


Earlier today we reported that Motorola posted a teaser on its Facebook site indicating a new device coming Friday. While everyone assumed it would be the Motorola RAZR HD due to the numerous leaked photos, it turns out the post on Facebook was actually just a game. Becki Leonard, a spokesperson for Motorola, released a statement: “We’re sorry for the confusion, but it’s a Facebook game asking people to guess a current smartphone and not meant to come across as a new phone.”

It was an easy mistake to make as the post was quite ambiguous to begin with. It asked people to “guess the smartphone” and that clues would be revealed each day until it would ultimately be unveiled on Friday. When Facebook commenters started throwing out the RAZR HD, Becki Leonard denied the rumors and stated, “It’s a phone already on the market. It’s which current smartphone is this?”

I’m sure this news will sadden some folks as the RAZR HD has been an anticipated device from Motorola. Hopefully news of the RAZR HD’s release will leak out soon, and we’ll be sure to inform you as soon as we know.

Source: talkandroid

Facebook for Android v1.9.1

Current Version: 1.9.1
Requires Android: 1.6 and up
Category: Social

V1.9.1 update:
Improved performance and various bug fixes
More messaging features like creating group messages and adding friends to existing group conversations
Shortcuts to share photos and messages right from your home screen
This version also includes updated shortcut icons and additional bug fixes based on user feedback.

Share and stay connected with your friends with the Facebook for Android app.

Facebook for Android helps you connect with your friends and share on the go. Upload a photo, keep up with friends’ photos and status updates, look up a phone number, and more – right from your Android device.

Samsung Outs Galaxy S III Silhouette on Facebook, Unlike Anything We’ve Seen Yet

It is safe to say the anticipation level for Samsung’s May 3rd event in London has reached a boiling point. Not only are we expecting to see the unveiling of the Galaxy S III (or the next Galaxy phone, whatever they decide to name it), but other rumors suggest a new 10-inch tablet and S-cloud, Samsung’s cloud storage solution. Out of these three possibilities I would venture to guess the majority of people (including myself) are more anxious to see what the next Galaxy device will look like. In an effort to taunt us even further, Samsung has just posted a teaser image of this upcoming device on their Danish Facebook page, accompanied by the device’s launch date.

Looking at the blanketed device in the image above, it’s clearly obvious that all attempts to shroud the device in secrecy has ultimately succeeded. The phone really looks nothing like the “leaks” we’ve already seen, and it appears that the reports are true that Samsung has concealed the test devices in a dummy case. Under that blue blanket of mystery you can tell that the device will have a curved screen and corners much like the Galaxy Nexus but that is about all that can be deciphered. It really looks like Samsung may actually successfully keep this thing under “wraps” until the 3rd of next month where we will be live on scene to give you the full low-down. We are most definitely looking forward to it. How about you?

Thanks duel9mm!

Source: Facebook