Unlike arcade driving games, simulators try to stay faithful to real physics to deliver an experience closer to what you’d actually feel behind the wheel of a vehicle. This may make for controls that are rather harder to handle, but that’s all part and parcel of the realism that so many driving game enthusiasts are after. The Android catalogue has got room for everything and there’s one particular saga we should highlight: Driving Zone has a few games under its belt and a terrific rendering engine plus a good number of vehicles for you to drive.
The race to become the best chat app means that new features are popping up everywhere on most of the apps aspiring to the throne. And the current leader isn’t resting on its laurels. WhatsApp gets substantive updates rather slower than everybody else, but bit by bit it’s becoming ever more complete. The latest change to come out is the option to share all kinds of files and images over WhatsApp with no need to compress them.
While golf doesn’t have the mass appeal of many other sports, golf simulator games sure have kept a lot of us entertained for the past few decades. Tons of games let you enjoy this sport virtually and draw gamers like a magnet. The latest member of this family has set tongues wagging, and with good reason: Golf Clash is a fun golf game that will keep you hooked thanks to its simple premise.
SEGA has spent years trying to revitalize some of its hit brands on Android – to uneven success. But its latest move definitely does make a lot of sense: SEGA Forever is an initiative from the company to re-release some of its most legendary games on Android – and all for free and with no limits. The first batch of games is out already, and apparently we can expect more of them every month.
Though practically any mobile browser worth its salt has mechanisms to allow anonymous and secure web browsing, there are also dedicated apps that do the same thing. Mozilla has joined the club with an alternative version of its popular web browser: Firefox Focus lets you access webpages in a fully anonymous and secure way over an app that eliminates your entire history when you close it just as if you were in an incognito session, and lets you adjust a handful of other security parameters, too.
As it has been doing for a good while now, Instagram keeps adding small improvements to make itself as complete as possible. This time it’s made a move to combine two of the most significant new features from its latest rounds of updates: now you can share Live broadcasts over your Instagram Stories.
We’re all more than used to Android’s contact book for finding phone numbers, checking missed calls, etc. But that doesn’t mean it’s the best possible option, right? Apps like Drupe show that there are serious contenders to unseat the default Android feature for organizing your contact information.
The first anniversary of Pokémon GO is coming up. In the leadup Niantic has been busy adding delightful novelties to the game that was one of the biggest phenomena of all of 2016. The game’s momentum has definitely slowed but that’s something that can be fixed – especially with this bag of goodies set to roll out in tiers to all players soon. Among the big changes that stand out are a complete revamp of the gyms and a new cooperative game mode.
Haute cuisine has been undergoing some serious democratization over the past several years. Now we all want to copy our favorite celeb chefs, and cooking dishes worthy of the poshest restaurants is no longer as problematic as it used to be, given that nice ingredients, specialized utensils, and – above all – guides of all kinds are more accessible than ever. Much of the credit for this goes to smartphone and tablet apps, with the pinnacle of this niche being represented by Kitchen Stories. This free app is one of the best exponents of recipes and kitchen techniques to be found on Android.
Car owners all know that keeping track of vehicle expenses is totally necessary if you don’t want to go mad. Gas, tuneups, oil changes, and washings are all costs that can become a serious headache if you’re not planning for them in advance. Drivvo is a useful tool that helps you keep track of your car expenses in a simple way.