Cute Android: Cute Android Apps for Users: Pocket Soccer
“Whether you’re a soccer fan or not you should definitely check this game out” DroidAndroidGames.com
“It reminds me of marbles and air hockey combined, and it’s got some polish that really makes it shine”
“I’m not a soccer fan but I love this game. Warning: very addictive!”
This is a reinterpretation of a classic board game called button football tuned for fast-paced game-play and more fun. Play against the computer or against your friends. Choose between more than 60 countries to play with, unlock special soccer fields, balls and other assets by playing in various game modes.
Officially tested devices:
- Samsung Galaxy S
- HTC Desire
- Motorola Droid
- ZTE Blade
- Samsung Galaxy Spica
While the official list is short, the game should run on most devices.
If you experience problems, please write an e-mail to me instead of rating it with one star.
Note: I got two reports saying that the application doesn’t start since the update. Unfortunately it seems there’s some rarely happening issue with how the Market makes the update. The only workaround I’ve found so far is reinstallation. After that it should work fine, however, be aware that you lose your statistics by doing so.
- Added new unlockable fields: Chequer and Diamond
- Added new unlockable balls: Hockey Puck and Red Plastic
Latest version: 1.4 (for all Android versions, supports App2SD)
App on AppBrain Page
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Cute Android: Cute Android Apps for Users: Froggy Jump
DO YOU WANT TO BE IMMORTAL?
BE THE FIRST TO REACH THE ALIEN PLANETS AND THEY WILL BE NAMED AFTER YOU IN THE NEXT UPDATE!
You need an OpenFeint account to be eligible to name the planets. The new Planet name will become a new achievement for everyone playing Froggy Jump!
HOW TO PLAY?
Tilt to move left or right and tap the screen to launch your space-rocket.
Extra Theme is available for FREE! You just need to reach 50k to unlock the INFERNAL theme with an ultra light skeleton Froggy.
STAY TUNED, MORE THEMES ARE COMING SOON!
DAILY WORD GAME:
There’s a new Word Game every day. Be online and collect the letters daily to win Gems easily!
- bouncy, moving, disappearing and spiky platforms and more surprises
- space rockets, shields, head-bucket, safety laser, magnets and many more items to use
- air-balloons and bio gas-fire to fly you higher
- tens of achievements to collect in Openfeint
- numerous enemies to beat and avoid
- you can jump on monsters to bring them down
- ingame shop to pimp your frog and to get higher than infinity
- choose from the clothes in the shop to dress your frog as you like
- find free coins and gems ingame or buy online to be the number one
- OpenFeint support to compare your score to others and track your achievements
- Easy to play hard to master gameplay
- New Word game every day
- and many, many more
Warning: extreme addiction is inevitable!
Follow us on Twitter @InvictusGames
- Frog disappearing bug fixed
- Screen aspect bug fixed
- Other minor fixes
Latest version: 1.1.1 (for Android version 2.1 and higher)
App on AppBrain Page
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Cute Android: Cute Android Apps for Users: iRunner
iRunner is a fast paced running game, with great HD graphics and special game play. Mr.i, as the hair shows, is running as fast as possible to the mysterious destination.
You need to keep good tempo to avoid all obstacles on the way. Trying to collect as many batteries as possible while running. Collect gifts to turn into fever state – cooler dress, exciting tempo, and doulbe score!
Intrusive game rules:
* Tap “Jump” button to jump.
* Double Tap “Jump” for sequential jump
* Tap “Slide” to avoid obstacles.
* HD graphics, fully large screen support including tablet.
* Very good and fast tempo, and awesome sound track.
* 16 glorious achivements to be unlocked.
and many more features are waiting for you to explore in the game!
1. Fixed freeze issue on some devices
2. Improved graphics
Latest version: 1.0.1 (for all Android versions)
App on AppBrain Page
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Cute Android: Cute Android Apps for Users: Google I/O 2011
This application is a great resource for Google I/O 2011 conference goers.
* Look at the schedule
* Look through detailed session and speaker info
* Look through info about companies in the Developer Sandbox
* Star sessions and Sandbox companies
* Get the current buzz on I/O via real time search stream
* Guide yourself using the conference map
* Create and manage notes using Catch
Latest version: 0.15 (for Android version 2.1 and higher)
App on AppBrain Page
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Cute Android: Resources for Open Source Android Apps
After writing a lot of posts about the open source android apps, I think I will write some cute android apps for common users more, no matter if it is open source. If you are still interested in the open source android aplications, I think the following resources are good reference, so I made a note here for all of android developers, include me.
1. List of open source Android applications
This is from the Wikipedia, still the best.
The FDroid Repository is an easily-installable catalogue of FOSS applications for the Android platform. The server contains the details of multiple versions of each application, and the Android client makes it easy to browse, install them onto your device, and keep track of updates.
List of free/libre apps for Android at Le Wiki Koumbit.
4. Android software supporting OpenStreetMap
5. Android Open Source resources and software database
6. List of free/libre apps at the replicant project.
7. Tests and information about Open Source apps for Android at open-app.org.
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Cute Android: Open Source Android Apps for Developers: CoolReader Engine
CoolReader is fast and small cross-platform XML/CSS based E-Book reader for desktops and handheld devices. Supported formats: FB2, TXT, RTF, TCR, HTML, EPUB, CHM. Platforms: Win32, Linux, Android. Has GUI implementation for eink base devices.
Categories: Android, Android app, Android Application, Android developer, Android Reader Tags: Android, Android app, Android Application, Android developer, Android Project, CHM, CoolReader, CoolReader Engine, epub, fb2, HTML, RTF, TCR, TXT
Cute Android: Open Source Android Apps for Developers: Hubroid
Hubroid is an open source Android application which allows you to access various information about GitHub repositories and users through the GitHub API. Hubroid is available in free and donate versions on the Android Market and on SlideME.
Cute Android: Open Source Android Apps for Developers: Android Screenshots and Screen Capture
Screen capturing tool for Android handsets connected via USB to a desktop/laptop. It is great for fullscreen presentations, product demos, automatic screen recording, or just a single screenshot. Without root.
alexus-ivanov, etf, mightypocket
Categories: Android, Android app, Android Application, Android developer, Android Project Tags: Android, Android app, Android Application, Android developer, Android Project, Android Screenshots, Screen Capture
Cute Android: Open Source Android Apps for Developers: Android PDF Viewer
Andorid PDF Viewer is a viewer for PDF-Files on ANDROID mobiles. The implementation will be a port of the pdf-renderer which is published by SUN under the LGPL: https://pdf-renderer.dev.java.net/.
The PDF Renderer is just what the name implies: an open source, all Java library which renders PDF documents to the screen using Java2D. Typically this means drawing into a Swing panel, but it could also draw to other Graphics2D implementations. We hope you will come up with cool things to do with it that we never thought of.
PDF is one of the core file formats of the Internet, so it is very important for Java programmers to be able to both read and write PDFs. Great open source libraries like iText have long handled the writing half, but until now there has not been a good way to read PDFs using open source Java libraries. It could be used to draw on top of PDFs, share them over a network, convert PDFs to PNG images, or maybe even project PDFs into a 3D scene.
Categories: Android, Android app, Android Application, Android developer, Android Reader Tags: Android, Android app, Android Application, Android developer, Android PDF, Android PDF Viewer, Android Project, Java, pdf, Reader
Cute Android: Open Source Android Apps for Developers: libsdl-android
libsdl-android is the port of libSDL to Android – includes SDL 1.2 and SDL 1.3, SDL_mixer, SDL_image and bunch of other libs. Both SDL 1.2 and 1.3 have hardware acceleration, you may also use OpenGL ES with SDL. Several games are included as working examples. Unlike other libSDL ports around, it does not require root access to video device, and will produce .apk package that you may publish on Android Market (and sell them, the LGPL license allows closed-source apps, but you should release your AndroidAppSettings.cfg file). It is intended to be used to easily port your own C++ applications that use SDL library,
readme file describes all the steps required. No Java knowledge is necessary to use this lib. It requires Android NDK r4b and SDK 2.2 to compile, however it will run on Android 1.6 devices. Android 1.5 devices do not have OpenGL lib, but it’s still possible to port libSDL on them (but I probably won’t bother with this, only 16% of all Android devices are 1.5 or older).