Showing posts with label Android. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Android. Show all posts

Download Bluestacks Offline Installer ~ 200mb

Bluestacks Offline Installer
Hello guys, as this is the first post of the blog, i think you wouldn't mind me talking about my blog. As for what this blog is made for, its main mission is to get people to do things in one click and for free. I don't know if this mission if going to work out or not. But as i suppose, it will go well as far as you guys support us.This is the first post release of the blog and this post is also to show off that we are doing it only doing it for you. And not to mention, there are no other Bluestacks Offline Installer as i knows till the date of posting of this blog. There were sites which had Bluestacks Offline Installer link which was working  for some period, but now they are dead. And i think is the right opportunity to shine and also to show my dedication.
So guys are you ready for downloading Bluestacks Offline Installer, but before it, i wanna tell you its features and reviews on it to justify why you should use it. It is an Android emulator software which let you play or run Android apps and games on your computer or MAC. That means it allows you to download all android apps for PC very easily.
The Android devices are generally for smaller screen than our Windows 7, Windows 8 as well as Windows XP and Mac OS devices, which is not supported by by these popular Android apps, this means there is no chance to enjoy the apps of Android Google Play Store on large screen. But guys download link of bluestacks will solve this problem.

Features of Bluestacks Offline Installer for Windows

Hence, the download Bluestacks Offline Installer fulfills your dream of playing all popular & must use android apps, games like WhatsApp, Candy Crush Saga, Temple Run & many more on large vision on your PC.
Very first need to do so is download and installation of this Bluestacks App Player on your PC or 7/8/XP as well as Mac OS X. As you know on line installation there is high probability of interruption of your process because of sow internet which results in annoying frequent repetition of the downloading process.

Steps to Download Bluestacks Offline Installer

So guys, by download link for Bluestacks for Windows 7/8/XP you will get the complete installation file without any problem and not only this you can also save file to use it as many times and in as many computer as you want.

File password:[This was a blog we pre-owned]
File password:
File size: 230 mb
Cloud Storage : MediaFire
Click on the above link to direct download it will take some to to complete because it a little bit of big file. So folks, now you can enjoy any Android apps or games in your PC, we hope you won’t find any problem while installing this software.

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iSpy - Cell Phone GPS Tracker v1.0 APK

It's prank


*This app is intended for entertainment purposes only and does not in any way provide true tracking functionality, how you use it, is your own choice - The recommended use is to prank and pretend you can locate another phone, yet all this app will do is track wherever your phone is - so simply stand next to someone to prank, and watch as they are amazed, yet all you are doing is locating your own phone!*

iSpy - Phone Tracker for Android Cellphone GPS Locator!

iSpy - Cell Phone GPS Tracker v1.0
Prepare to be amazed, stunned, speechless...
This is what you have all been waiting for!
Using the most advanced technology, previously TOP SECRET.

iSpy allows you to enter ANY Cell / Mobile Phone number, for anyone, anywhere in the World, and pinpoint their exact location!

Amaze friends with the ultra-fast tracking ability! Wow sceptics and doubters alike!

Track anyone, ANYWHERE - iSpy

Please note
The speed of the tracking functionality will depend on your signal, please allow a moment for full tracking to begin in weaker signal areas

Required Android O/S : 2.2+

Screenshots :

Download : 1.2Mb APK
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20 best Android apps

 20 best Android apps

Vine, Fleksy Beta, Final Fantasy IV, Google Keyboard, ScribbleMix, Glastonbury Festival 2013, Battlestone, Warmly, Ticket to Ride and moreTwitter Vine Android app
Twitter's Vine app is now on Android smartphones
It's time for our weekly roundup of brand new and notable apps forAndroid smartphones and tablets.
It covers apps and games, with the prices referring to the initial download: so (Free) may mean (Freemium) in some cases. The equivalent iOS roundup will be published later in the day.

Vine (Free)

Twitter's app for shooting and sharing "beautiful, looping videos" was released earlier in the week, and is already well past 500k downloads on the Google Play store. As on iPhone, it's focused on clips of up to six seconds, which can be shared on Vine's own social network, as well as parent company Twitter.

Fleksy Beta (Free)

On iPhone, the Fleksy virtual-keyboard app has won plenty of praise. Now it's trying its hand on Android, where there's a lot more established competition from the likes of SwiftKey and Swype. The emphasis is on simplicity: a stripped-down keyboard with "an auto-correct engine that actually works". Signup for its beta happens through the Fleksy Google+ page.

Final Fantasy IV (£10.99)

Publisher Square Enix is busily porting its vintage Final Fantasy games to smartphones and tablets, with Final Fantasy IV the latest to get spruced up for modern devices. The 1991 game has been accurately ported across, with additional voice acting, a blank dungeons map, and "visibly apparent emotional changes" for the characters. Which is always handy.

Google Keyboard (Free)

Google Keyboard? Doesn't every Android device come with a Google keyboard? Well, yes, but as with other apps like Gmail and Maps, Google has released a standalone version on its Google Play store, which will at least ensure faster updates when the app gets new features. Features include Swype-style gestural typing, voice recognition and dictionaries for 26 languages.

ScribbleMix (Free)

ScribbleMix is the latest new thing from Disney: a "hilarious and absurd drawing game played with friends". Sounds familiar... You're guessing phrases based on what friends draw, earning coins as you go. It's not the first Draw Something-inspired game, but the jury is out on whether it can be the first to rival the popularity of the original.

Glastonbury Festival 2013 (Free)

Mobile operator group EE is behind the official app for this year's Glastonbury music festival, with features split for people who are attending, and people who want to enjoy the event from afar. Right now, the app provides news in the buildup to the festival, but later in the month it will get full lineup details and a customisable schedule. Most interesting, though, are the promise of live streams from the BBC's coverage of the six main stages.

Battlestone (Free)

It's not been the best of weeks for social games firm Zynga, having laid off nearly a fifth of its staff. The publisher is hoping mobile will fuel its growth, which is where games like Battlestone come in. It's an action-RPG game that sees you creating and customising heroes then sending them nito battle against enemies and friends alike.

Warmly — An alarm clock (£1.49)

There's some good buzz around Warmly this week: an alarm clock app released by The Chaos Collective that promises to help you "wake up gently with the calm sounds of weather and something you enjoy (like cooking breakfast, brewing coffee, or catching a plane)". In other words, ambient sounds rather than blaring beeps, although it turns the volume up gradually to ensure you don't snooze too long.

Ticket to Ride (£4.59)

Nothing to do with the Beatles. This is a "cross-country train adventure" by developer Days of Wonder, which sees you collecting virtual train cards for journeys, trying to score points for long routes while avoiding being blocked by other players. A bustling community of 100k players from other platforms gives it a running start on Android.

Space Colony (£1.29)

Latest in a growing line of live wallpapers for Android that are actually worth paying for is Space Colony. It turns your homescreen into a glowing space-cityscape, complete with spaceships and a moving camera. Mainly for showing off? Of course, but it's very good for that.

Jane Wilde (Free)

Described as a "cowboy side scrolling shooter game", this stars a cartoon heroine so top-heavy, it's a wonder she can stand up, let alone shoot things. She does shoot lots of things though: zombies, vampires and skeletons, mainly. There are 30 Story stages and a Survival mode to play through.

Speek (Free)

Only available in the US for now, Speek is an app for making "super simple, free and visual conference calls", with a no-frills interface designed for corporate and personal use alike.

Premier Manager (£2.99)

Here's a blast from the past for football management-game fans. Premier Manager has been rejigged for modern touchscreen devices, with a European focus and plenty of transfer/tactics/training action. It's facing stern competition in the form of Football Manager Handheld 2013 though.

Sheep Up! (Free)

This is the latest freemium game from publisher Pocket Gems, and it focuses on a bunch of "tiny toy sheep stored in a cardboard box". Your job is to help them escape by jumping up through the levels, with tilting controls and lots of power-ups to help.

KicksOnFire (Free)

With 2m monthly visitors, the KicksOnFire website has been a big hit with sneaker-lovers. Now it's got a mobile app for Android promising news and all-important release dates for new trainers from Adidas, Nike, Reebok and other big brands.

RPG Infinite Dunamis (£2.99)

Publisher Kemco Games has attracted a fair few fans for its Japanese RPGs on Android, with this being the latest to get a translated release in the West. Promising a "dramatic fantasy RPG about man, magic and machine", it looks to have many of the elements that JRPG fans enjoy.

Tiny Token Empires (£3.29)

HeroCraft's new strategy-puzzle game is based on five famous civilizations, pitching them into battle with one another through a mix of battle-strategy and match-three puzzling. It's been compared to a mish-mash of Puzzle Quest, Risk and Civilization, which should be enough to whet your appetite.

Plane Finder 3D (£1.99)

Released on iOS in late May, Plane Finder 3D is now on Android too. Based on real data from flights, it plots them on a 3D landscape, showing the flight numbers and routes. Eerie, but interesting.

7s - Android's Vine Instagram (Free)

You have to feel for the developers of this app, given that it came out in the week when Android got the real Vine (it's had the real Instagram for a while too). Still, 7s may find its own fanbase, helping people shoot seven-second videos, apply visual filters and then share them.

Fairy Princess Fashion & Makeup (Free)

Finally, something for the kids: at least, the kids who like princesses. This is a dress-up game for children, based on seven fairy princesses who are keen to be kitted out with crowns, wands and other accessories – as well as makeup.
That's this week's selection, but what do you think? Make your own recommendations, or give your views on the apps above, by posting a comment.
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Word Search Andriod game![FREE]

Word Search

Word Search
Find the hidden words!
One of the best Word Search games on the market:
- Infinite play with dynamic grids
- The grid adjusts automatically to your device
- The grids are filled with words that cross and intersect
- Improved and intelligent touch sensitivity
- Clean look yet colourful
- Best times list
- Special tablet support
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