While anything with Nicki Minaj in it oozes personality, her app, Nicki Minaj: The Empire, really doesn't differ too much from Glu's other games, except in one major way. This one allows you to write lyrics, share them, and also record your own raps. The result is just as fun as it sounds.


The LG V20 is a very late entrant into this year's Android phone boxing match, but for exactly that reason it's arriving to the fight fresh and with a whole set of new tricks up its sleeve. Is this — very quietly, now — the best Android phone of 2016?


Mean Streets of Gadgetzan came out last Thursday and I've been playing around with it for a few days trying to tease out some of its secrets. While it's chaos in the world of Blizzard's collectible card game at the moment, the distinct style and mood of the latest expansion has me enjoying this brief period of disarray.


In honour of World AIDS Day, Apple is supporting global charity (RED) for the tenth year running in its fight to end AIDS.

For the next week, a range of the most popular games across the App Store are offering limited-edition, custom (RED) content, and all proceeds from the associated in-app purchases go to the Global Fund. Here's what's on offer.


Things are happening in Pokemon GO! If you're one of the many who got bored of the game, it may be time to pick it back up again. Reports have flooded in today of players catching the elusive shape-shifting Pokemon Ditto, plus the new tracking system seems to have been enabled in parts of Australia.


If you use Facebook or Tumblr, you've probably seen ads for Episode. It's a story-telling app that currently sits at #12 in the iTunes chart for games and has been downloaded over ten million times on Google Play. That popularity is not explained at all by its advertising, which frequently centres on pregnant women. The users of Episode are just as flabbergasted as everyone else is.