Temple Run released for Android

The much awaited Temple Run is now out for Android users. Being one of the iOS’s most played games, it is now into the Google Play Store to addict Android users. In Temple Run, you play as a member of an archaeology team excavating an old temple for treasure. You find the gold idol and now you have to take it and escape the temple from evil demon monkeys chasing you. The feel is the same, whether is it iOS or Android! As of today, the game has gained an average rating of 4.3. It requires Android 2.1 and more and also a valid space of 26MB.

Reviews from App Reviewing Sites:

  • “Best endless running game in the App Store… You’ll love every minute.” – AppleNApps.com
  • “Most thrilling and fun running game in a while, possibly ever.” – TheAppera.com
  • “A fast and frenzied iPhone experience.” – IGN.com
  • “Very addicting… definitely a very different running game.” – Appolicious.com
  • Voted by TouchArcade Forums as Game of the Week
  • One of TouchArcade’s Best Games of the Month

RUN RUN RUN! KEEP RUNNING FOR YOUR LIFE!

Go! Be one among the first to download it. Here is its Play Store’s link.

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Play Android Apps in your Windows PC

Excited about running your favourite Android Apps in your Windows PC? Now you can access your Android Apps through the recently launched BlueStacks App Player.The first beta version of the App Player was released today for general public with a host of pre-loaded Android apps and direct access to download more.

Using the company’s LayerCake technology, BlueStack beta is basically converting the ARM compatible Android apps to run on x86 platform and that too with a great efficiency. It uses PC’s graphics card to run graphic intensive apps/games or replicates accelerometer input for the apps via mouse interactions or arrow keys.

Company has also partnered with developers of Fruit Ninja, SliceIt, Nook, Townsmen, Evernote, Defender and StumbleUpon to pre-load their apps on the beta version of BlueStacks App Player. Users will also have access to GetJar, 1Mobile, and Amazon to get more Android apps and games within the App Player itself.

To play your favourite Android Apps via BlueStacks App Player right now, you can grab the download from here.

How to Root your Android Phone

Rooting is defined as a process done mostly by Mobile and Tablet PC users using Android Operating System to attain certain privileges over their device. Rooting is often performed with the goal of overcoming limitations that carriers and hardware manufacturers put on some devices, resulting in the ability to alter or replace system applications and settings. You could run specialized apps that require administrator-level permissions, or perform other operations that are otherwise inaccessible to a normal Android user by Rooting.

A good news for all those Androidians who wants to root their Android Device. As one-click rooting has gained immense popularity among the masses, now you can also root any supported Android device with Universal AndRoot Application.

     

Instructions to root your Android using Universal Androot:

  1. Download Universal Androot.apk from here.
  2. Connect your Android device to the computer and mount SD card.
  3. Copy the APK file you downloaded in Step 1, to the SD card.
  4. Next, use a File Manager to install the file. You can install Astro File Manager for free from Android Market.
  5. Launch Universal Androot and follow onscreen instructions to root your device. There you go! It is the simplest method ever to root your Android device and i have tested this on Samsung Galaxy 5.

The Universal AndRoot supports these devices running Android : (Phone Model is followed by the Android version)

  • Google Nexus One (2.2)
  • Google G1(1.6)
  • HTC Hero (2.1)
  • HTC Magic (1.5) (Select Do not install Superuser)
  • myTouch 3G 3.5mm/LE (1.6)
  • HTC Tattoo (1.6)
  • Dell Streak (2.1)
  • Motorola Milestone (2.1)
  • Motorola XT701
  • Motorola XT800 (2.1)
  • Motorola ME511
  • Motorola Charm
  • Motorola Droid (2.01/2.1/2.2 with FRG01B)
  • Sony Ericsson X10 (1.6)
  • Sony Ericsson X10 Mini (1.6)
  • Sony Ericsson X10 Mini Pro (1.6)
  • Acer Liquid (2.1)
  • Acer beTouch E400 (2.1)
  • Samsung Galaxy Beam
  • Samsung Galaxy 5 (Gt-i5500)
  • Vibo A688 (1.6)
  • Lenovo Lephone (1.6)
  • LG Ally (2.1)
  • LG GT540 (1.6)
  • Gigabyte GSmart G1305

Download Paid Apps in Android For Free

How to Download Paid Android Applications for Free?

This is the question asked by millions of people. So i’ll explain you the step-by-step process to help you download any Paid Android App for free.

First of all, to get started you have to download ASTRO FILE MANAGER.

Make sure your Android Phone supports Applications from Unknown Sources. If not, check that option from your settings.

Now goto 4Shared. In the search bar, Search for the file you wanted with “.apk” extension.

For example : If you are downloading “Cut The Rope” Paid Game App, you have to search for “Cut The Rope.apk”. And there you get to download the .apk file. Then transfer the .apk file into your SD card. Using Astro File Manager, open the .apk file and install it into your phone. This is considered to be one of the best ways to crack Apps.

Upcoming Android Phones mostly doesn’t need File Manager to open .apk files. So doesn’t matter if you open the .apk file without File Manager.

You can even download the 4shared App from the Play Store so that you can download the .apk files directly into your SD card.

Another method for downloading Paid Apps if that download this Applanet Application and it contains all the Paid Apps. It acts like a “Black Google Play”. I use this App to download app to download all Paid apps.