If you’ve ever taken a killer holiday snap and wish that you could have sent it, along with a message, to your nearest and dearest in time-honoured analogue form – or by post as it’s more commonly known – then wish no longer, for Touchnote is here. In short, Touchnote allows you to send a postcard emblazoned with the picture of your choice to anyone in the UK, Europe, hell anywhere in the world if you fancy it, with a few taps of your Android’s screen.
Reckless Getaway comes from the same developer as Life of Android fave Reckless Racing, moving the emphasis away from circuit racing to a headlong hurtle down freeways and dirt tracks while trying to leave the chasing cops eating dust or better still running them off the road, leaving twisted metal mayhem in your wake.
Air Traffic Control isn’t a game. Well, actually it appears that it is. But it’s also a serious business. In fact that’s not even necessarily true. In the case of Airport Mania it’s more of a cartoon romp through the various functions of an airport with various tasks that need to be completed as quickly as efficiently as possible to keep the airport running smoothly.
The Huffington Post has been knocking around on this here internet since 2005 and recently had the audacity to launch in the UK. We’re big fans of ‘The Huff’ here at Life of Android and have criminally ignored the brand’s Android app. Until now. To keep things brief, the HP aggregates content from all over the web and brings it together in one place. Which of course puts it head-to-head with apps like Newsy, although of course The Huffington Post has less of a video bent.
Armageddon Squadron puts you in charge of a WWII plane tasked with seeing off wave upon wave of enemy planes and ground targets. It’s a dogfighting sim with a difference, though, thanks to the presence of a neat online multiplayer mode that firmly elevates it above the riff-raff and shouts ‘Tally-ho’ to its rivals. Sorry. It’s a plane game… We couldn’t resist.