Dead Trigger 2, MadFinger Games' eye-pleasing zombie shooter, has just got a massive update. It brought tons of new features and content, which will surely be regarded highly by the fans of the visually-stunning FPS game.
Among the more notable new additions to Dead Trigger 2 are the tournaments as you might've deduced from the name, you can now take part in zombie-shooting competitions alongside other players of MadFinger's game. As sound logic suggests, the winner is the one who splatters more zombie heads. The first tournament will take place this week in the new Purgatory arena, which will not only face players against countless waves of brainless undead, but also against a number of new (and deadly) traps.
If said tournaments don't stack up high to your standards, then the new story campaign probably will. This time, Dead Trigger 2 will take you on a life-threatening trip to good ol' Europe. You won't be sightseeing, though, as you'll still be tracking down the mysterious Red One and the origins of the zombie mutation. As a whole, the update hauls 9 new regions and 30 unique environments.
In the weapons department, the latest version of Dead Trigger 2 doesn't fail to deliver, either. Zombie liquidators will have access to the spectacular number of 33 new weapons, including the Metal Storm and the Area-51 Gun. Download it Now Free from Google Play Store.
You'll see the first handsets with built-in Dropbox hit the shops sometime around October. However, the deal only applies to certain countries in Central and Eastern Europe and Germany is excluded.
DT will also help its existing iOS and Android users discover Dropbox, though how it plans to do that exactly remains unclear for now.
Chrome OS has an Amazing UI that combine Google Web GUI and Android L UX. You can Now get the Chrome Experience Launcher on your Smartphone, this design takes a lot of cues from the Chrome OS experience on laptops without completely ignoring Android's core. The design is a custom skin for Themer.
If you want to get this Chrome OS look on your Android Smartphone, Follow these simple instructions:
- First, You'll need Themer for Android [Free on Google Play]
- Download the [.zip] file for Themer.
- Move the [.zip] to sdcard0 > MyColorScreen > Themer > Exported > zip
- Open Themer and browse for themes.
- Under "My Themes" select "Exported."
- Choose "Chrome Experience Launcher.zip", DONE!
Shazam and Rdio have been working together for some time now to bring you the music track you like right after you identify it.
The problem was you always needed to exit Shazam after you ID'd the song, but with the latest software update, you'll be able to listen to the Full Song within the app itself.
The catch is, you need to have the paid version of Shazam to do so. Free users will have to stick with song previews for the time being.
Google updated its Google Keyboard App to Version 3.1.19633 on the Play Store. The update adds a few things, but it's not a huge update.
What's New on this update ? First, there are new input languages, 5 actually. Indian English, Basque, Galician, Swiss Italian, and Latin American Spanish are all now supported. Next, the voice input shortcut has been moved for apps that don't use the inline search box voice input button.
The new update also adds a Pre-support for Spoken emoji, hundreds of them are included on this update. However, None of them work when we attempted to try them out, though, so they're likely coming in a future update and Google is just getting ready to release them on the upcoming Update (v3.2 or v3.3). Download the Official Google signed APK from the link below or you can you can get it from the play store, but it may not be available for your device yet.