Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Nun Attack v1.0.0 | APK + SD Data Download

Nun Attack

Developer: Frima Studio Inc.
Version: 1.0.0
Requires Android: 2.2 and up
Category: Arcade & Action
Size: 170 MB
Price: US$1.00
Average Rating: 4.4 / 5.0

In a world where prayers are no longer answered, Evil is about to get canonized. Days have gone by uncounted since the power-thirsty Fallen Nun has taken over the mortal world, spawning evil all over. In a world where Evil is taking over and prayers are no longer answered, there is only one type of divine intervention left, and it’s armed to death.

Join the battle of light against darkness. Lead your squad to defeat the Fallen Nun and restore balance to the World in this epic tactical action game!

Nun Attack delivers hours of hellish entertainment through exciting gameplay mechanics, intuitive touch screen controls and tongue-in-cheek character dialogues! Explore multiple worlds, equip your nuns with the most badass arsenal, level them up and fend off waves of enemies and bosses, beating some holy into hundreds of demons.

Not only do you get to play with bunch of nuns with guns, you also get:
  • 4 characters to mess with, each with a unique personality and super power
  • 40 missions including multiple levels where you can experience more than 150 battles, 3 epic boss fights and a final, climatic face-off with the Fallen Nun
  • Over 80 different guns with various effects (Poison, Shock, Freeze, Burn, Stun, Slow, DOT, AoE, Knockback, Fear, and Charm)
  • 7 different evil-stomping miracles to cast while playing
  • A full shop to get things rocking!
NOTE: There is a purchase hack mod embedded in the game, which may or may not work on your Android device.


For more info, visit Nun Attack on Google Play.

Password: axa

APK File
SD Data (Path: /sdcard/Android/obb)

List Images with thumbnails, implementing custom SimpleCursorAdapter.

Last exercise demonstrate how to get Thumbnails. Now we can implement our custom SimpleCursorAdapter to list the Images in MediaStore.Images.Media with associated Thumbnail if exist.

List Images with thumbnails, implementing custom SimpleCursorAdapter.

Create a file, /res/layout/row.xml, to define the layout of the rows in the ListView.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<LinearLayout xmlns:android=""


Modify the code to implement MyAdapter class extends SimpleCursorAdapter.
package com.example.androidlistimages;

import android.os.Bundle;
import android.provider.MediaStore;
import android.view.LayoutInflater;
import android.view.View;
import android.view.ViewGroup;
import android.widget.AdapterView;
import android.widget.AdapterView.OnItemClickListener;
import android.widget.ImageView;
import android.widget.LinearLayout;
import android.widget.TextView;
import android.widget.Toast;
import android.content.Context;
import android.database.Cursor;

public class MainActivity extends ListActivity {

//define source of MediaStore.Images.Media, internal or external storage
final Uri sourceUri = MediaStore.Images.Media.EXTERNAL_CONTENT_URI;
final Uri thumbUri = MediaStore.Images.Thumbnails.EXTERNAL_CONTENT_URI;
final String thumb_DATA = MediaStore.Images.Thumbnails.DATA;
final String thumb_IMAGE_ID = MediaStore.Images.Thumbnails.IMAGE_ID;

//SimpleCursorAdapter mySimpleCursorAdapter;
MyAdapter mySimpleCursorAdapter;

public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {

String[] from = {MediaStore.MediaColumns.TITLE};
int[] to = {};

CursorLoader cursorLoader = new CursorLoader(

Cursor cursor = cursorLoader.loadInBackground();

mySimpleCursorAdapter = new MyAdapter(



OnItemClickListener myOnItemClickListener
= new OnItemClickListener(){

public void onItemClick(AdapterView<?> parent, View view, int position,
long id) {
Cursor cursor = mySimpleCursorAdapter.getCursor();

int int_ID = cursor.getInt(cursor.getColumnIndex(MediaStore.Images.Media._ID));

private Bitmap getThumbnail(int id){

String[] thumbColumns = {thumb_DATA, thumb_IMAGE_ID};

CursorLoader thumbCursorLoader = new CursorLoader(
thumb_IMAGE_ID + "=" + id,

Cursor thumbCursor = thumbCursorLoader.loadInBackground();

Bitmap thumbBitmap = null;
int thCulumnIndex = thumbCursor.getColumnIndex(thumb_DATA);

String thumbPath = thumbCursor.getString(thCulumnIndex);


thumbBitmap = BitmapFactory.decodeFile(thumbPath);

//Create a Dialog to display the thumbnail
AlertDialog.Builder thumbDialog = new AlertDialog.Builder(MainActivity.this);
ImageView thumbView = new ImageView(MainActivity.this);
LinearLayout layout = new LinearLayout(MainActivity.this);

"NO Thumbnail!",

return thumbBitmap;

public class MyAdapter extends SimpleCursorAdapter{

Cursor myCursor;
Context myContext;

public MyAdapter(Context context, int layout, Cursor c, String[] from,
int[] to, int flags) {
super(context, layout, c, from, to, flags);

myCursor = c;
myContext = context;

public View getView(int position, View convertView, ViewGroup parent) {
View row = convertView;
LayoutInflater inflater=getLayoutInflater();
row=inflater.inflate(R.layout.row, parent, false);

ImageView thumbV = (ImageView)row.findViewById(;
TextView textV = (TextView)row.findViewById(;


int myID = myCursor.getInt(myCursor.getColumnIndex(MediaStore.Images.Media._ID));
String myData = myCursor.getString(myCursor.getColumnIndex(MediaStore.Images.Media.DATA));

String[] thumbColumns = {thumb_DATA, thumb_IMAGE_ID};
CursorLoader thumbCursorLoader = new CursorLoader(
thumb_IMAGE_ID + "=" + myID,
Cursor thumbCursor = thumbCursorLoader.loadInBackground();

Bitmap myBitmap = null;
int thCulumnIndex = thumbCursor.getColumnIndex(thumb_DATA);
String thumbPath = thumbCursor.getString(thCulumnIndex);
myBitmap = BitmapFactory.decodeFile(thumbPath);

return row;


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- List MediaStore.Images.Thumbnails in GridView, with custom SimpleCursorAdapter.

Nyanko Ninja v1.07 | APK Download

Nyanko Ninja

Developer: Mountain Lion
Version: 1.07
Requires Android: 2.1 and up
Category: Arcade & Action
Size: 20 MB
Price: Free
Average Rating: 4.3 / 5.0

Nyanko Ninja will challenge your limit!

Bored with killing mindless enemies, or getting angry with bad game controls and stupid levels? Nyanko Ninja brings you great fresh feelings! The best game control you’ve ever experienced on Parkour Games. Nyanko Ninja will challenge your limit!

  • Extraordinary Game Control - Flexible jump and hit, freewheeling control experience. Try the dreaming dance steps you’ve expected for long, try the excitements that Nyanko Ninja will bring you!
  • Creative Levels - Three scenes, 24 missions, more than 20 kinds of monsters, traps, barricades, treasures. Ninja’s world’s filled with incredible things.
  • Boss Challenges - Three bosses are howling, doing endless attack to innocents. You have to defeat the Tailed monsters with the brave ninja to save the whole world! Will you succeed? Maybe very little chance.
  • Ninjutsu Skills - Fire Fury, Illusion, and Whirlwind. How to choose your Ninjutsu? It’s a question.
  • Fancy Equipments - Three categories, 15 appearances, from normal wearing to legendary outfit, along with raises of your capacities. You are the legend!
  • Global Rank - In Ninja’s world, your scores will be ranked globally. Are you the best ninja in the world? Or someone else has predominance? Enter the Global Board, find your target and keep fighting!

For more info, visit Nyanko Ninja on Google Play.

Bad Piggies [HD & Non HD] v1.1.0 APK Android

Get ready to see pigs fly! From the creators of Angry Birds: an all new game from the PIGS’ point of view!
Create the ultimate flying/crawling/rolling/spinning/crashing device and pilot the pigs safely to the eggs!

The Bad Piggies are after the eggs again -- but as usual, nothing is going according to plan! Can you create the ultimate flying machine and steer them safely to their destination? Those tricky pigs have a few objects they can use, but they need your help to turn these into the perfect transportation!

With more than 60 levels, and free updates coming up, you have hours and hours of pig-crashing, exploding, and flying fun! Get three stars on every level to unlock 30 more puzzles! HINT: Sometimes you need to play the level several times to achieve all the objectives -- try building a new device or steering in a different way to earn all the stars!

● 60 levels crammed with flying/driving/crashing fun!
● 30 additional puzzles unlocked by three-starring levels!
● Free updates!
● 4 sandbox levels to stretch your creativity!
● Ultra-special, ultra-secret, ultra-difficult sandbox level to unlock by collecting all the skulls!
● 33 objects to create the ultimate machine: motors, wings, fans, bottle rockets, umbrellas, balloons, and much more!

Mechanic Pig
● Need help? This little piggy will build it for you!
● Mechanic pig pre-assembles transport for you!
● All you have to do is pilot it!
● Tweak his design to get all three stars!

Click Here To Download
Direct Download Link [HD Version]
Direct Download Link [Non HD Version]

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Google Play Seller Support in India

Posted by Ibrahim Elbouchikhi, Product Manager on the Google Play team

Over the past year, Android device activations in India have jumped more than 400%, bringing millions of new users to Google Play and driving huge increases in app downloads. In the last six months, Android users in India downloaded more apps than in the previous three years combined, and India has rocketed to become the fourth-largest market worldwide for app downloads. To help developers capitalize on this tremendous growth, we are launching Google Play seller support in India.

Starting today, developers in India can sell paid applications, in-app products, and subscriptions in Google Play, with monthly payouts to their local bank accounts. They can take advantage of all of the tools offered by Google Play to monetize their products in the best way for their businesses, and they can target their products to the paid ecosystem of hundreds of millions of users in India and across the world.

If you are an Android developer based in India, you can get started right away by signing in to your Developer Console and setting up a Google Checkout merchant account. If your apps are already published as free, you can monetize them by adding in-app products or subscriptions. For new apps, you can publish the apps as paid, in addition to selling in-app products or subscriptions.

When you’ve prepared your apps and in-app products, you can price them in any available currencies, publish, and then receive payouts and financial data in your local currency. Visit the developer help center for complete details.

Along with seller support, we're also adding buyer’s currency support for India. We encourage developers everywhere to visit your Developer Console as soon as possible to set prices for your products in Indian Rupees and other new currencies (such as Russian Rubles).

Stay tuned for more announcements as we continue to roll out Google Play seller support to many more countries around the world.

Monday, October 15, 2012

New Google Play Developer Console Available to Everyone

Posted by Eva-Lotta Lamm, Riccardo Govoni, and Ellie Powers of the Google Play team

We've been working on a new Google Play Developer Console, centered around how you make and publish apps, to create a foundation for the exciting features we have planned for the future. Earlier this year at Google I/O, we demoed the new version (video). Since then, we've been testing it out with tens of thousands of developers, reviewing their feedback and making adjustments.

Today, we’re very happy to announce that all developers can now try the new Google Play Developer Console. At its core, the Developer Console is how you put your app in front of hundreds of millions of Android users around the world, and track how your app is doing. We hope that with a streamlined publishing flow, new language options, and new user ratings statistics, you’ll have better tools for delivering great Android apps that delight users.

Sleeker, faster, easier to navigate

You spend a lot of time in the Developer Console, so we overhauled the interface for you. It's bright and appealing to look at, easy to find your way around using navigation and search, and it loads quickly even if you have a lot of apps.

Designed for speed. Quickly locate the app data and business information you use every day. More screenshots »

Track user ratings over time, and find ways to improve

One of the most important things you'll be able to do is track the success of your app over time — it's how you continue to iterate and make beautiful, successful apps. You'll see new statistics about your user ratings: a graph showing changes over time, for both the all-time average user rating and new user ratings that come in on a certain day. As with other statistics, you'll be able to break down the data by device, country, language, carrier, Android version, and app version. For example, after optimizing your app for tablets, you could track your ratings on popular tablets.

New charts for user ratings. You can now track user ratings over time and across countries. More screenshots »

Better publishing workflow

We've completely revamped and streamlined the app publishing process to give you more time to build great apps. You can start with either an APK or an app name, and you can save before you have all of the information. You can also now see differences between the new and old versions of an app, making it easy to catch unintentional changes before you publish a new version to your users.

More languages for listings, with automated translations

You'll also enjoy a new app publishing flow and the ability to publish your app listing in 49 languages. Once you've saved any change to your application in the new Developer Console, your users will have the option of viewing an automatic translation of your listing on the web today and soon on devices — no additional action on your part is needed.

How can you try the new version?

Go to your Developer Console and click on “Try the new version” in the header or go directly to the new version. If you prefer the new version, don't forget to bookmark the new URL.

Please note that we're not quite done yet, so the following advanced features are not yet supported in the new Google Play Developer Console: multiple APK support, APK Expansion Files and announcements. To use these features, you can click “Switch back” in the header at any time to return to the old version.

Click the “Feedback” link in the header to let us know what you think, so that we can continue to improve your experience as a Google Play developer. Thank you for all of the feedback so far.

Monday, October 8, 2012

Building Quality Tablet Apps

Posted by Reto Meier, Android Developer Relations Tech Lead

With the release of Nexus 7 earlier this year, we shared some tips on how you can get your apps ready for a new wave of Android tablets. With the holiday season now approaching, we’re creating even more ways for great tablet apps to be featured in Google Play - including a series of new app collections that highlight great apps specifically for tablet users.

To help you take advantage of the opportunity provided by the growing tablet market, we’ve put together this Tablet App Quality Checklist to make it easier for you to ensure your app meets the expectations of tablet users.

The checklist includes a number of key focus areas for building apps that are a great experience on tablets, including:

  • Optimizing your layouts for larger screens

  • Taking advantage of extra screen area available on tablets

  • Using Icons and other assets that are designed for tablet screens

Each focus area comprises several smaller tasks or best practices. As you move through the checklist, you'll find links to support resources that can help you address the topics raised in each task.

The benefits of building an app that works great on tablets is evident in the experiences of, Tiny Co, and Instapaper who reported increased user engagement, better monetization, and more downloads from tablet users. You can find out more about their experience in these developer case studies.

The Tablet Quality Checklist is a great place to get started, but it’s just the beginning. We’ll be sharing more tablet development tips every day this week on +Android Developers. In Android Developers Live, Tuesday’s Android Design in Action broadcast will focus on optimizing user experience for tablets, on Thursday we’ll be interviewing our tablet case studies during Developers Strike Back, and on Friday’s live YouTube broadcasts of The App Clinic and Friday Games Review will be reviewing apps and games on Android tablets.

What are your best tips for building great

tablet apps?

Join the discussion on

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