November 26, 2014
Treycent
Treycent is a trio of apps that comprises an app for Android Wear devices, an app for Android smartphones and an web app for other mobile devices and Chrome (desktop/laptop).

Treycent allows you to quickly load photos by just speaking a voice command into your smartwatch. And the best part is that you can share voice commands with others. (You can also use the same phrases from your smartphone or laptop.)

The Android + Android Wear app is available for free on Google Play
November 25, 2014
Android Studio Reaches Release Candidate Status
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Android app developers have a few options when comes to Android IDEs. One of the most commonly used is the Android Studio. The IntelliJ Studio has been in active development for some time now. Android Studio is nearing its first stable release. As such, the first Release Candidate has been submitted to the Canary channel.


The release can still be described as not fully functional. There are a few bugs that still need to be ironed out, but the IDE will get its stable release shortly. In addition to some bug fixes, Android Studio has a new logo that is now available on the splash screen. The release candidate comes with Maven repository bundled up, so there is no need to be online in order to create a project.


Android Studio is one of the most capable IDEs available for Android. If you haven’t had a chance to test this suite yet, this is a great time to give it a shot. All you need to do is change your update channel to Canary to get in on the release candidate status.


More information regarding the release can be found in the official blog entry on Android Developers. You can download the latest stable release of Android Studio by heading over to this page.


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Gunship War 3D
If you like flight simulators and war games you found the perfect mix in Gunship War 3D as your only goal is to fly a plane through a 3D environment destroying all enemy ships along the way. The game offers three different environments to fight in and you'll get sucked into the 3D feel right away.

Here are some of its features that make it irresistible to aerial fights fans:
+ Easy and realistic control of the airplane with the possibility to choose out of two different control modes (using the gyroscope or swiping on screen)
+ Real sounds for guns and airplane engines give you the thrills you’d get as a real plane pilot
+ Switch between different camera views, either see the plane from above or through the cockpit
+ Lots of guns to fight with: rockets, bombs, machine gun
+ Get armor bonuses during the air fight by destroying enemies fast
+ Fight against old airplanes (level 1), modern F16 (level 2) or against alien ships (level 3 and the toughest)

If you’re into flight simulators / aerial fight games "Gunship War 3D" will be the perfect PC replacement to play. The game is available for free via Google Play and only shows some small ads during the game.