I recently picked up a Google Cardboard VR headset, because curiosity. Google sell them on their website for $15, but I grabbed an unbranded copy for £2.50 on eBay. Technically, due to the simple nature of the device you can make one yourself but I can’t be bothered with that and if my paper-craft skills are anything to go by, the result would look like something Cthulhu crapped out after eating an Amazon delivery.
A selection of Android apps I personally install straight away when I get a new Android device, or more realistically, have needed to nuke my current one…
Please feel free to suggest any others. I’m always on the lookout for useful new apps.
Can be downloaded from the Android Market
If you want a nice relaxing game with no pressure, chillout music and peaceful atmosphere Temple Run is not it. It begins with you being chased by psychotic mutant apes and continues like that. Forever.
I love when I actually get swift support from a company. And it works. Kudos to Handy Games (http://www.handy-games.com)…
I’ve previously made a “Top 10 Android Apps” list, but I thought I’d expand on the gaming side.
It can be hard to filter through the wide and growing selection of dross on the Android market to find games to play. If you have low memory Android device, and it’s likely you do, you will only be able to install a few games on your device before it’s starts complaining about space and freezes your text messages. It’s important in this case to only install the best Android games that you know for certain you will play over and over.
I’ve seen so many of these lists but found myself disagreeing with most of them. As an alternative to pointlessly shouting my objections and disagreements at the screen I’ve decided to be more constructive and post my own.
There has been a lot of blog posts of late on the topic of why you don’t need a task killer on Android, that the way apps are handled and placed in the background… and how Android will eventually stop…