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Top iPhone apps

1. Backbreaker 2: Vengeance
Backbreaker 2 again raises the bar for graphics, physical animation and pure fun. You spoke, we listened: tackling, trucking, jumping – it’s all here! Take down the ball carrier in Vengeance Mode, or fight your way to the endzone in the classic Tackle Alley mode. Whatever you do – this is the best Backbreaker yet, so enjoy the ride!

Read more: http://iosarticle.com/top-iphone-apps/top-5-sports-games-iphone/#ixzz1c1CPxAC

2. FIFA 11 by EA SPORTS™
Now kick it to the next level with LOCAL MULTIPLAYER via WiFi or Bluetooth! Also featuring visual excellence made to maximize the Retina Display, precision controls, authentic teams, and real players, this is the total soccer experience on the App Store.

Read more: http://iosarticle.com/top-iphone-apps/top-5-sports-games-iphone/#ixzz1c1Cj5PxM

3. Flick Golf!

Flick Golf is unique, beautiful, and so challenging it’s hard to put down. The question is, can you really Master it?
No clubs. No rules. Just flick, spin and curve your shots to try and sink that perfect hole in one. Watch out for the usual hazards; bunkers, trees, sand… and of course the wind!
It’s not that easy, just madly addictive.

Read more: http://iosarticle.com/top-iphone-apps/top-5-sports-games-iphone/#ixzz1c1D0A2iY


Nexus 4 shipping with updated design

Confirmed: Nexus 4 shipping with updated design

Nexus 4 redesign

Small nubs now lift the back of the phone up off a table; camera lens gets a slight redesign

Android Central has confirmed that the Nexus 4 has undergone a little bit of a design tweak. As first reported by German site MobiFlip. there are now a couple of small nubs on the rear of the phone, where the glass meets the foot, positioned just above the two screw holes. 
We've confirmed the change on a pair of Nexus 4s we ordered on Monday this week and received on Wednesday. In the image above, our original Nexus 4, now some four months old, is on top, with a new retail unit (still in its protective plastic) at the bottom. Note the little nub between the screw holes of the two phones.
This small design change has a couple of effects. It lifts phone up ever so slightly, allowing sound to escape the flush speaker. We can confirm that sounds are a little fuller and louder. Not a great deal, but we can tell. The change also should help keep the glass back from getting the little hairline scratches it's been prone to pick up.
And perhaps more important, it should keep the ultra-slick phone from sliding off any similarly slick surfaces.
Nexus 4 redesign
The little nubs are just big enough to be felt when you're holding it. You'll know if you've got them on your phone.

Nexus 4 camera housing also gets a tweak

Nexus 4 redesign
Another small change noticed regards the camera lens. There's a little less exposed area around the lens. It's unclear whether that's simply a design change, or if it helps with light leakage, or if it's just discrepancies in the manufacturing process. (We're working on tracking that down.) But it is noticeable, at least when you're looking at two phones side by side. Interesting is that in our old Nexus 4, the lens is centered in the hole -- it's definitely not in the new unit we picked up this week.
All in all, good signs that neither LG nor Google has given up on the Nexus 4 (we debunked that rumor months ago). Oh, and the new phone still has the glittery back.
link: http://www.androidcentral.com/confirmed-nexus-4-now-shipping-updated-design

Amazon tablet app

Amazon tablet app now finally available in some European countries

Android Central
For reasons not all that clear, tablet owners who wished to use the Amazon Mobile application outside of the United States have been squarely out of luck. More so, it's still disappointing that there has to be a separate tablet app at all. With this latest update to the application however, Amazon customers in Italy, France, Germany, Spain and the UK can now take advantage of shopping from their Android tablets. 
The Amazon Mobile tablet app is compatible with tablets between 7 and 10-inches in size, and with screen resolutions from 1024x600 all the way up to 2560x1600. Android 4.0.3 and above is required, and you can grab a copy from the Play Store link above.
link: http://www.androidcentral.com/amazon-tablet-app-now-finally-available-some-european-countries
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