Last week, Temple Run 2 zip-lined into the App Store and caused quite the splash with over 20 million people downloading this endless running sequel in just four days. I’d consider those numbers to be an indication of a surefire hit, and although Imangi decided to launch Temple Run 2 on iOS first, I’m happy to announce that it is now available in the Google Play store.
Imangi Studios, the group behind the immensely popular Temple Run, has just recently dropped the sequel to their multi-million download hit into the App Store in New Zealand. Word is, the U.S. App Store will be receiving this next iteration, simply entitle Temple Run 2, sometime tonight. However, what’s not clear is when it will land on the Google Play Store.
MediaFire may have been storing your images and files years before Dropbox ever hit the scene, but they’ve certainly dragged their feet when it comes to getting out any sort of app for Android. Thankfully, that day has arrived, and now, users have yet another cloud storage service to seriously consider.
If you’re a frequent forum visitor, then you should already know about Tapatalk. Tapatalk takes the various less-than-friendly web forum layouts and transforms them into a consistent, more mobile-friendly format. Tapatalk for your mobile phone has been around for a while now and quite popular, however, the tablet version has been stuck in Beta… until now!