Posted On Thursday, December 22, 2011 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: Australia, devices-handed, edward-marquez, morris-overkill, overkill, redmond-pie-, redmondpie, site-meter
Earlier today, we saw one of iOS’ best racing simulation games ported over to Android and now, another popular iOS game – Overkill – has been released on Android. Check it out after the jump! Developed by Craneballs Studios, Overkill is an intense first-person shooter. You are placed in a battlefield and ordered to kill every enemy you come across using one of the 14 weapons
Download And Install Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich With Sense 3.5 For HTC Sensation [How To Tutorial]
Posted On Thursday, December 22, 2011 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: android, devices-handed, Europe, falters-in-much-of-europe, htc sensation, ice cream sandwich, ics, redmondpie, site-meter, uk-and-australia
After seeing the official Android 4.0.1 ICS with TouchWiz ROM leaked for the Galaxy S II, we’ve received news of the same happening for the HTC Sensation… sort of.
Posted On Thursday, December 22, 2011 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: android, apple, copyright, devices-handed, falters-in-much-of-europe, games, home, morris-overkill, real racing 2, redmond-pie-, redmondpie, site-meter, waisybabu
The huge success of the iPhone and iPad versions of Real Racing 2 has prompted the developers, Firemint, to port the game over and make available for OS X via the Mac App Store. Real Racing 2 is well know amongst the gaming faithful as one of the most advanced and professionally executed games available on a mobile device with versions available for iPhone and iPad as well the Android operating system. Real Racing 2 has gained popularity for its advanced graphics, addictive gameplay and the sheer depth of features which are included.
Posted On Thursday, December 22, 2011 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, RedMondPie Tags: android, apple, Australia, devices-handed, iphone apps, mac apps, privacy-policy, provide-battery, redmondpie
I take my white iPhone 4 everywhere I go. Usually when it’s within sight of someone I am always asked if it’s the new model: “Is that the 4G or the new 4GS?”, “No,” I reply, “It’s the 4; and the new one is called a 4S.” Smile. The reason many ask about the new model is to check out one key feature: Siri