It’s time for our latest roundup of the latest, greatest Android apps and games, this time from the last two weeks’ worth of releases on the Google Play store.
Anonymous messaging app Yik Yak has become a hit on college campuses across the US since its launch a year ago. Now it is raising a $62m funding round from high-profile Silicon Valley venture capital firms.
You know the problem: you’re sitting there reading an email from a friend on your smartphone or tablet and there is a link in the message to what looks like an interesting website.
The number of mobile apps for smartphones will continue to rise and big businesses that lack them risk being left behind, analytics company App Annie has warned.
British firm Mind Candy made a loss of £2.2m in 2013 due to falling revenues from its Moshi Monsters children’s brand, and heavier investment in the mobile apps that it hopes will secure the company’s future.
Bandcamp will offer a subscription service directly between the musicians and their fans.
Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, the entertainer’s first mobile game, grossed $43.4m in its first quarter on sale, constituting more than half of its developers total revenues for the period.