Motorola Moto E (2015) brings LTE, 64bit chipset

“Motorola just made the second generation of Moto E official – the screen size grew to 4.5”, the chipset moved to a 64-bit one and also got 4G LTE connectivity. Oh, and the 5MP camera can now record 720p video and there’s a VGA front-facing camera. There’s no mention of a dual-SIM version yet though.The Moto E (2015) is slightly bigger, but practically the same thickness and weight as its predecessor. The screen is still at qHD (540 x 960px), which means it’s not very sharp, at least it’s an IPS LCD with Gorilla Glass 3 and a anti-smudge coating.The chipset is a Snapdragon 410 – a 64-bit quad-core Cortex-A53 at 1.2GHz with 1GB of RAM and Adreno 306 GPU. That’s for the 4G LTE version though, the 3G version will arrive with an old-school Snapdragon 200, which goes back to 32-bit Cortex-A7 cores and the slower Adreno 302 GPU.The phone, of course, runs Android 5.0 Lollipop, which looks unmodified so it should get updates quickly, despite the change of ownership. There’s 8GB of built-in storage (double what the 1st gen had) and a microSD card slot.The main camera is a 5MP shooter with an f/2.2 aperture and can record 720p video at 30fps. There are two microphones on the handset for stereo audio. There’s a VGA camera on the front, not exactly a selfie dream but better than nothing (which is what the original model has).The Motorola Moto E (2015) has the same water resistance coating used on its bigger bros and a larger 2,390mAh battery (up from 1,980mAh). The phone costs $150 and is available in Black and White. You can also get a Motorola Band in Golden Yellow, Turquoise, Blue, Raspberry, Purple, Red if you want to add a touch of color. The 3G version will presumably cost less, though pricing isn’t available yet. There’s nothing on a dual-SIM version either (perhaps that will be the 3G version?).” via

Frutakia 2 review. Simple game but truly ultra addicting

Today we tested the latest game of Crazysoft ltd, called Frutakia 2. It’s the successor the old original game released back in 2003! Yes, 2003!! The update was a little late, it took almost 12 years but better late than never. I was one of the many happy clients of the original game in 2003 running on my Palm OS devices. The game was fun and I had played it hundreds of times… The new game brings the old one into this age. Full HD graphics, colorful effects and the same fast frantic gameplay.

You must make groups of 3 or more with the same fruits/items in any direction! Move the fruits up or down with your finger or touch the lever and spin them all.

Every time you move a fruit your life bar drops, and every time you match fruits your bar rises. If your life bar empties, you lose. If it fills all the way to the top, you get a level up and play with new and more valuable fruits. Simple but super addictive! Also, try to match multiple fruits at the same time.

Easy: Take your time and have fun.
Hard: For those who like frantic fun!

▶ Super addictive: play once and that’s it…
▶ Very fast gameplay (a game can last a mere 10 seconds).
▶ Designed for Full HD smartphones, tablets & computers.
▶ Free Cloud Sync. Sync multiple devices. (Start playing on your phone and continue on your tablet or computer).
▶ Compare Hi-Scores with players around the world.

Premium Version Features:
▶ Pay once, use forever!
▶ Pay once, play on multiple devices! (All your other phones & tablets [1]).
▶ No ads.

The game price seems a little expensive at $3.99 for a simple game but if you examine it closely it’s a bargain. The game syncs with the cloud and this price includes a Premium version for all your Android devices synced. Yes, you understood right… You buy it once on your android phone and you get a premium version for all your other android phones, tablets, TV devices, amazon ebooks… you name it. Plus at this time there is a launch offer that gives you another platform for FREE! That means that not only you will have premium licenses on all your android but you could also ask for all your iOS devices or all your Windows Phones or Blackberries. This is huge!

The game looks simple but I ensure you that if you give it a try you will end up playing multiple hours. I played so much that I kept on matching fruits in my brain even after I ended my tablets battery…