Google has been talking about ARCore on Android for a while now. Apple's been championing ARKit for iPhone for about as long. Today, the first cross-platform ARKit/ARCore app has launched on both app stores respectively. It's called Just a Line and you and your friends can make drawings in the air, and even draw on top of each other's art, using augmented reality. It's just a simple app. One person draws in the air using their phone. Another person draws in the air using their phone. Both air drawings show up on both phones, in real time. You can also record video of your AR doodles to share on your sosh meeds. It uses Google's Cloud Anchor system, which allows one person to "host" and AR session that others can join. The information is sent to Google's cloud servers and directed back to each device, which makes it possible to play games and share experiences on Android and iOS devices. This is just the first of what's sure to be a lot of cross-platform apps and games that will make … [Read more...] about The first cross-platform AR app for iPhone and Android just launched
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posted on 11 May 2016, 03:34 1 1. NoToFanboys (Posts: 3170; Member since: 03 Oct 2015) Can confirm, Vainglory is GREAT posted on 11 May 2016, 04:15 1 2. MaryPoopins (Posts: 279; Member since: 15 Jan 2015) I liked the concept of Ingress, however I think the implementation and user experience is a pile of confusing garbage. Pity :( posted on 11 May 2016, 08:01 0 3. iusshpandeh (Posts: 250; Member since: 23 Jul 2014) WoT Blitz is there on Windows 10 Mobile too! do some research. And Bloons TD Battles deserves to be in this list! posted on 11 May 2016, 10:25 0 4. magnanimus (Posts: 564; Member since: 29 Mar 2013) You guys missed Shadowgun: Deadzone. Cross platform across Mac, Facebook, android and iOS. Best mobile shooter imo … [Read more...] about Comments for : 7 of the most captivating cross-platform multiplayer games for iOS and Android
Hey, there mobile gamers. Need a fix of some quality time-burners? Well, we combed through all the recent discounts in the App Store and Play Store, looking for some fun titles, and lo and behold – there are quite a few fun ones. We've written about some of these before, but hey – if they're discounted again, we'll announce it again, as they are some pretty entertaining titles.So, a bunch of puzzlers, adventures, and a couple of arcade games lie ahead. Dive in and let us know which game caught your fancy, and how you like it!ViolettDownloadA beautifully drawn adventure game with its own wacky, dreamy atmosphere. The game will tell you the story of bored teenage girl Violett, who passes through a rabbit hole, much like another heroine that we know oh-so-well. The world on the other side is a strange and quirky one, full of puzzles, which you'll be tasked with solving. For $1, fans of the genre shouldn't hesitate much. Violett Oscura: Second ShadowDownloadOscura is a dark … [Read more...] about Some great Android and iOS games with slashed prices!
This is our selection of the best games for the month. Stay tuned for our picks for best Android, iOS and Windows Phone recent apps.We have picked the cherries out of the three largest mobile platforms for the very best new Android, iOS and Windows Phone games for the past month, and now it's time for a wrap-up. March was another fascinating game for games with more amazing titles launching than we can count, but we had to narrow it down to a reasonable number, filtering only the very best..We have been seeing this trend of developers releasing their games simultaneously on Android and iOS for a while now, and the practice has become so widespread now that we actually unite the two platforms, showing you the best games for both of them (rather than splitting them apart). Apple's App Store still gets some titles exclusively, but that number gets smaller with every month. Interestingly, we continue to see the trend of paid games arriving as free titles with in-app purchases on … [Read more...] about Best new Android, iOS and Windows Phone games for March 2014
The first half of the year has flown by, and it’s time for a recap. While we did not get as many new devices as we expect to see in the second half of the year, we were simply bombarded with great new software, and games in particular.iOS and Android continue having a strong hold on virtually all new titles, while other platforms get high-profile games later, if at all. For the first time this year, we heard how Apple and Google are fiercely fighting to get exclusive titles to differentiate their ecosystems. At the same time, the sheer number of apps continues growing, and is now well over 1 million for both Android and iOS. Moreover, Google’s ecosystem is quickly catching up to Apple in terms of developer revenue - no wonder, given Android’s commanding share of the smartphone market.As all that competition between developers and platforms heated up in the first half of the year, it’s only us, customers, who won by getting some great new titles. But with so many … [Read more...] about H1 2014 in review: 24 best new Android and iOS games