When you disconnect, whether you choose to or have an unstable internet connection, you sometimes want something casual to just pass the time. We’ve got you covered with 10 offline free-to-play mobile games on both iOS and Android!
There’s no way you can play PC multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) video games with ease. Besides the obvious factor of portability, the amount of time it takes to play, accessibility, and barrier of entry are just a few things that make mobile MOBAs a popular alternative.
There’s more to this game than just what it intentionally let’s itself seem. Feeding into a good mix of stereotypical visual novel and dating sim with a simple yet fascinating twist.
A good mobile game could save you from getting bored out of your wits. Mobile games land their charm in the portability your consoles and PCs don’t have and the availability of games your handhelds don’t own. Granted that some of these games end up incentivising in-app purchasing or dump a crap-ton of ads, they are still fun to play.
The Meizu M5s is a respectable upgrade from its predecessor, the M5. Despite its late release to the series (a year after the M5). It almost feels reminiscent to the Arc Reactors Tony Stark kept upgrading. Similar to altering from one palladium arc to the next, the M5s sustains the same specs as the M5, such as its display, memory, and body, but tweaks the build to a sturdier metal.
With smartphones transitioning to the size of tablets, it can be hard to navigate your way around one with convenience. It’s a petty complaint but if you have small hands, want to just check your phone, and reply quickly without having to fumble with both hands, you’ll get why.
Tinkering with photos can be tough when you’re not too familiar with Photoshop, but applications on your mobile device can make it easy, intuitive, and fun. Expanding your editing skill set shouldn’t come at the cost of portability, nor should you settle for Instagram filters for all photo manipulation. Here are five must-have iOS and Android photo-editing apps to help you make your photos look even more incredible:
It all started with a cupcake — Android Cupcake. After Android Alpha and Android Beta, Google has been naming its Android OS with confectionery code-names in alphabetical order. We’ve had Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean, KitKat, Lollipop, Marshmallow, and Nougat so far. That was a mouthful.