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January 24, 2013

Temple Run 2 for Android now available in Google Play

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Temple Run 2, the highly anticipated sequel to one of the biggest games ever, is now available in Google Play. It has all the twists and turns (and monkeys) of the original, but it's been completely redone with great new graphics, new environments, and even bigger monkeys! It's free to download (of course you can spend money via in-app purchases if that's your thing) and you can grab it below.


Looks like Google owns the app space

Android Central
Google has captured five of the top six spots in the mobile app space, and it isn't likely that they will be slowing down any time soon. That chart as shown above is the number of unique (as in you only get counted once) users of the top 10 mobile apps on Android and iOS for the month of December 2012, and as you can see Google is just tearing it up. In fact, according to Comscore, Google would have also grabbed the number one spot were it not for the maps fiasco in iOS 6.

Google has consistently stated that one of Android's primary goals was to put the Internet, and their apps, into as many hands as possible. With upwards of 75-percent market share alone, and close to 95-percent when combined with the Google-friendly iOS, it sure is a straight highway down to domination.

12 Default Ubuntu Phone Apps to be ‘Community Created’

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Canonical are to seek community involvement in the design and development of 12 core apps for the Ubuntu Phone. This initiative, they say, will give the wider community ‘a fantastic opportunity to create software that could run on millions of handsets.’

So far, as part of this specific project, 12 applications are currently being sought. These will ship as default apps in the Ubuntu Phone.

They include 8 “traditional” apps:
  • File Manager
  • Calendar
  • Clock/Alarm
  • Weather
  • Terminal
  • Calculator
  • E-Mail Client
  • Document Viewer
And 4 “social” apps:
  • YouTube
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • RSS Reader