You’re here, I’m here – it can only mean one thing: it’s time once more for The Week in Android! Or you’re lost and are merely here looking for e-directions. Where are you trying to get to? Oh you filthy swine!
Right, now we’ve sorted them out, let’s get back to the task in our hand: Android stuff. And there’s been more than our fair share again this week from apps that give advanced warning of the elemental acts of a vengeful god, such as rain, snow and tornados, to an app that serves as a stark warning of what can happen when you don’t know there’s a twister heading your way, and on to an app adaptation of some painfully hilarious BBC TV voyeurism.
Then there’s the news – a full five days of Android fact covering the likes of the latest kit and caboodle, comedy clips and Google Gift Cards – absolute food for thought served up here like a finger buffet for you to browse until you sate your Android appetite.
Need to know what Nature is going to throw at you the next time you step outside but possess neither the power of prediction nor windows through which to stare out? Then you need the most accurate weather app yet. We tried it out here in Britain to see what oncoming elements the next 15 days would bring. It was rain.
Everyone’s favourite fleeing game is back and this time it’s officially all about Oz as the runaway success teams up with Disney’s new not-in-Kansas-anymore movie: Oz the Great and Powerful. Come see how we fared against the Flying Monkeys.
The app of the TV programme of the most hurty of human humiliation is finally with us. Far more about rollicking fun than realistic physics, have you got what it takes to mistime a jump onto some giant red balls before face-planting unceremoniously into a pool of water? We did.
Potential parental disappointment warning! Yes, tomorrow is Mother’s Day in the UK, so if you’ve yet to get that perfect present for mater, give her the gubbins that keeps on giving: a Google Play Gift Card!
Hands-on with seven-inches of pure tab pleasure that proves low-price doesn’t always mean low-quality.
No long, rambling sign off this week I’m afraid, as I’m engaged in a race against time to recover a lost religious artefact before some nasty Nazis do. It all looks relatively straightforward, I just have to swing by Nepal first to look in on an ex and then it’s easy all the way in Egypt. Piece of cake! As long as there’s no snakes…