Monument Valley apk

In Monument Valley you will manipulate impossible architecture and guide a silent princess through a stunningly beautiful world.

Monument Valley is a surreal exploration through fantastical architecture and impossible geometry. Guide the silent princess Ida through mysterious monuments, uncovering hidden paths, unfolding optical illusions and outsmarting the enigmatic Crow People.

"One of the very finest hours, and the value of such a thing is incalculable" - Kotaku

"Brilliant design... stayed with me like a dream I didn't want to forget... 9/10" - Polygon

"Monument Valley stuns with its serenity... each screen is a work of art" - Huffington Post

"Almost impossibly gorgeous... a feast for your senses... 5/5" - Touch Arcade

“Monument Valley is the most elegant game I have ever played” - Tim Schafer



Inspired by minimalist 3D design, optical illusions and palaces and temples from around the world, every monument is a unique, hand-crafted world to explore.


Twist and drag to reshape the world and help Ida to explore. Designed to be easy for everyone to pick up, enjoy and complete.


Audio reacts to your manipulation of the world to provide a surreal and beautiful soundscape. Best experienced with headphones.


Synchronize your game across all your devices.


Monument Valley is optimized for both tablets and phones.

Secret Finally Comes to Android

Secret, the app for anonymously sharing secrets, launched its long-awaited Android appWednesday and rolled out new features to both iOS and Android users.

The company also announced both apps are now available globally.

"These conversations and the incredible openness of the Secret community has inspired us to work as quickly as possible to bring Secret to more people in more places around the world," the company shared in a blog post.

The Android app will include a new feature unique to the Android version: two different activity streams, "Friend" and "Explore." The Friend stream will surface secrets from friends, which the app defines as people saved in your contact list, while Explore will display popular posts from users nearby and around the world.

Tuesday's update gives both iOS and Android users new ways to interact with others on Secret. Both apps will now include questions, posted by Secret's team, that users can answer and share with friends. The prompts will appear sporadically throughout the app and will roll out to users gradually. the apk file can also be downloaded from various websites.

[From: mashable]

LG G3 Briefly Revealed On LG's Dutch Website One Day Before Press Event Unveiling

My, my, but it is difficult to keep a device properly under wraps these days. The latest leak for LG's 2014 flagship G3 comes courtesy of the company's own Dutch website, spotted by Netherlands enthusiast site Portable Gear. LG took the promotional page down almost immediately, but not before keen eyes managed to record pretty much everything about the upcoming phone. Spoiler alert: reading the following won't leave you many surprises for tomorrow's event in London.

In terms of specifications, the G3 follows LG's pattern of bigger and badder for each new hardware generation. The semi-official specs match some of the ones that have been leaked before, but not all. According to the Dutch website, these include a Snapdragon 801 processor, 2GB of RAM (elsewhere marked as 3GB), and 16GB of storage plus a microSD card slot. The star of the show is undoubtedly the 5.5" 2560x1400 screen, which would be the highest resolution of any phone from the big manufacturers (technically Oppo has beaten them to the punch). You could also argue that the metal housing of the phone, a first for this series, comes in a close second. It will be available in black/grey, white, and goooooold, at least in Dutch markets. Regional models might account for the spec discrepancy.

The camera is also worthy of mention. The second opening next to the 13MP rear camera is an infrared laser, which aids in quick and accurate auto-focusing. That's an interesting addition that hasn't been seen on other devices before. The G3 keeps the rear buttons from the G2, slightly flatter and rounder. Other tidbits include a 2.1MP front-facing camera, NFC, Miracast, a tapered shape for thinner bezels without unwanted screen touches, a thin 8.9mm frame, and a generous 3000mAh battery.

[From: Androidpolice]