The Google Nexus 7 is the newest Nexus Android device in the family, and the first tablet Nexus as well. (The Motorola Xoom was launched with Honeycomb but isn’t a Nexus device.) It is a feature-minimalist, but fast and responsive handheld tablet.
Quad-Core processor (with Quad-Core stronger than Tegra 3 and Dual Core!? Wow… It’s a big wow!), HD screen, and stock Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to name a few. However, the most surprising “feature” is probably the price — $199 for the 8GB version and $249 for the 16GB. If you did the math, that puts it to about PHP 8,500 and PHP 10,500 respectively — a good half of what similar devices are priced right now. It’s just too bad though that it’s not available in our country just yet — with rumors pegging late August if it will ever reach us in any official capacity.
Want to run your favorite Android applications on your Windows or Mac desktop? BlueStacks has an app for that.
BlueStacks Android app player is the first production software that allows you to use your favorite Android mobile apps fast and full screen on Windows or Mac/Apple PCs and tablets. It is also available free for download at its website: http://bluestacks.com/download.html. You can download apps like Angry Birds Space, Temple Run, Evernote or Documents to Go directly into BlueStacks, or sync the apps from your phone using the BlueStacks Cloud Connect Android app.
GYRO is everything you love about arcade games – get it now and start spinning!
GYRO is an easy to play, but hard to master arcade game with intuitive touch controls, addictive gameplay, cool minimalistic graphics and gazillions of points to collect! The best thing is: It’s absolutely free!
Spin the tri-colored wheel and match incoming colored orbs to its corresponding color on the wheel. For every successful color match you are rewarded with points and increase in points multiplier. Continue to collect power ups, neutralize viruses and earn achievements on your way to the top of the leaderboard!
Google Translate app for Android was updated today. You can now translate foreign words in images using it. Google integrates the Google Goggles’ optical character recognition (OCR) that will help you in translating the words in an image captured by the Android smart phone camera.
This app will be handy for people who love to travel; they can now order any food in a restaurant with foreign wordings in it.
Just capture the menu items using your Android smart phone, highlight the words by brushing over the words with your finger and Google Translate app will translates it for you. It can even speak the translated words.