If you are looking for free racing games, you are at the right place! We have shortlisted two games for you after a lot of research, we are sure you will enjoy playing these games.

Raging Thunder 2 - FREE

One of the best racing games in Android, Raging Thunder 2 is an improved version of its predecessor Raging Thunder. With stunning 3D graphics and superb controls, Raging Thunder 2 will give you a complete racing experience, no doubt.

Download from Google Play Store

Race Illegal: High Speed 3D

With 20 tracks to race and 9 cars to choose, Race Illegal: High Speed 3D will not let you stop playing! Unlike other racing games, this is story based, you will not be bored by racing same game again and again.

Download from Google Play Store

Finally we have a platform where the paid apps are available free for download. Don't worry, this is 100% legal, our old Symbian platform named 'GetJar' now offers Android Apps too through their open platform!

GetJar is the world's largest free app store with over 2 billion downloads to date. The company distributes more than 350,000 mobile applications for Android and 395,000 developers have registered with GetJar to distribute their apps. In 2011, GetJar was named as one of the ‘Ones To Watch’ by GigaOM Europe.

Currently there are more than 40 premium apps listed in their website for free download. Recently GetJar listed one of the top selling iPhone game named 'Fragger' from MiniClips. There is another fact which needs to be mentioned here, this app is available only in GetJar, not in Google Android market nor in Amazon Marketplace!

Here are some of the premium apps which are available for free download from GetJar:

Trial Xtreme

Trial Xtreme is a motorcycle racing game with more than 100,000 downloads which costs $1.99 on Google Android Market. With 60 levels of breathtaking motorcycle adventures, it really is a great game.


This is a visual music fun app to create your own music with your touch pad! Simply drag and drop music nodes and your music is ready. This costs $1.99 but you can download it free from GetJar.

Other Apps:

Missile Defender-$0.99

Piano Man Standard-$1.99

My Zoo- $4.99

Lab of the Dead - $1

Magic Hour Camera - $1.99

Ultimate Checklist - $2.99

TekTrak Mobile Security - $4.99

The Moron Test - $0.99

Grow - $1.99

Rapid Toss - $1.99

Wifi File Explorer Pro - $0.99

What the Doodle - $3.28

Magic Defenders HD - $1.34

365 Board Games - $2.99

Chu Chu Rocket - $0.99

Gravity Guy - $1.05

Farm Frenzy - $3.26

Majesty Fantasy Kingdom - $2.99

Battle Boats 3D - $0.99

Yumsters - $2.31

Babel Rising - $1.99

Rocketron - $0.99

365 Bowling - $3.21

Bike Mania - $0.99

Crash Test Dummies 2 - $2.99

Top Truck - $0.99

Wiki Encyclopedia Pro - $0.99

Walkabout - $1.49

Clowning Around - $0.99

180 Ultra - $2.99

JAWS - $2.99

*Fling - $0.99

Prison Ball - $1

Doodle Farm - $2.90

Cyberlords Arcology - $1.39

Super Dynamite Fishing - $1.39

Beautiful Widgets - $2.99

Super Dynamite Fishing - $1.39

Solo - $3.86

Paper Camera - $1.85

TuneIn Radio Pro - $0.99

Radardroid Pro - $6.77

Krazy Kart Racing - $3.43

Samurai II: Vengeance - $2.99

Deer Hunter African Safari - $4.99

Smart Office plus - $4.99

Backbreaker - $2.99

Pollushot - $0.99

4 Player Reactor - $2.99


Fluffy Birds Deluxe - $2.99

Galataxi - $1.49

Tattoo Tycoon - $1.49

Guerrilla Bob - $2.99

Days Left Widget Pro - $0.99

Townsmen 6 - $1.39

Ninjammin Beat-jitsu - $1

Castle Warriors - $2.99

Car Maintenance Reminder Pro - $1.99

Aporkalypse Pigs of Doom - $1.39

Droplets - $1.99

Super Snake HD - $1

Karoshi - $1

Fake Me Out Of Here - $1.99

Cross Fingers - $1.99

Office Rush - $0.99

Cross Fingers - $1.99

FMX IV – Freestyle Motocross - $6.93

*Frager - Exclusively on GetJar!

Finally Adobe released a free version of Photoshop, even though the features are basic, its a great move from Adobe to give this Android app free of cost to its users!

With Adobe Photoshop Express, you can edit and share photos virtually anywhere. This is a touch based app, you can crop, rotate, adjust color, and add artistic effects with your fingers! Also you can access your photos from your free Photoshop.com account. There are options to share the photos with your friends and family via social networks such as Facebook.

Click here to go install Adobe Photoshop Express on your Android phone.

Also you can visit Android Marketplace to download the app.

In my previous post I explained about the basics of Cloud computing. Now let us focus on some Android applications which uses cloud computing technology.

When a mobile device is considered, people more interested in are playing music and printing from their devices.

How Cloud Music Works on Android?

1. Amazon MP3
Play or download music stored in Amazon Cloud Drive - Available only in US

2. Sony's Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity
Listen to millions of songs anytime, anywhere with the Music Unlimited Android App via 3G or wi-fi connection.

3. Google is about to launch a Cloud based Android App soon.

How Cloud Print Works on Android?

1. Cloud Print BETA
A free application uses Google Cloud Printing service. The best part is your PC not need to be on to use this service if you have a HP e-Print enabled printer.

What is Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing is mainly divided in to three:

1. SaaS – Software As A Service
Suppose you need a software for your personal or professional use, only for a week, and you don't want to spend a huge amount just for a week's use. It would be great if you can rent the software for a week for a nominal charge. Cloud based SaaS model makes this possible where the software vendor hosts the software on cloud, customers can use the software based on their need and pay only for what you use. Adobe LiveCycle Managed Services is a best example for SaaS model.

2. PaaS – Platform As A Service
Here you will be provided a platform where you can develop your application and can be executed. So you concentrate on your application, not on the platform where it will be deployed, the PaaS service provider will do it for you. The service includes database management, security, workflow management, application serving etc. Major players in this area are Microsoft Windows Azure, Google App Engine, Force.com from SalesForce, Rackspace and Amazon EC2.

3. IaaS – Infrastructure As A Service
You are developing an application targeting a small user group, but in future you want to make it available for a large user group. Also you don't want to invest heavily on the infrastructure for this application. You can go for PaaS where the whole hardware will be provided to you based on your requirements. You can add memory, processors and storage whenever you want. You need to pay based on how much resources you use, if you are not using any service, then do not pay anything, great isn't it? Biggest players in this field are Amazon and Cisco.

Enough about Clouds, let us come back to some Android Apps which are based on cloud.

In my next post I will list out some Android applications which uses Cloud technology.

One of the best Arcade games on Android with 1,000,000 to 5,000,000 downloads! Paradise Island is a well designed game with stunning graphics where you need to build an island with the tools and materials provided to you. Initially you will be given an empty island, you can build coffee shops, ice cream parlors, houses and so on and make the island a paradise.

Visitors visit your island based on the facilities you provide, they will pay for it and you can buy more materials to expand your island.

The best part of the game is its free and don't worry, like other free apps on Android its not filled with Ads, currently its Ad free! Then how the developer makes money? Its simple, you have an option to buy Paradise Island Cash for real cash.

Beware, it is an addictive game, download it only if you have enough free time!

Click here to download Paradise Island Game for Android

Yes, the dream comes true, world's first glasses free mobile phone has been launched! I wonder how fast the world is moving, now you can take 3D videos with your phone, you can watch 3D movies on your phone, and with no glasses to wear!

How 3D works on mobile phone?

Mobile phones uses parallax technology to create 3D effect. A parallax barrier is a device placed in front of the LCD or LED display, thus blocking the images seen by each eye so that the resulting disparity causes a 3D effect. No need to wear a 3D glass as 3D effect is achieved by making each eye to see a different set of pixels. Currently the following devices uses parallax barrier to achieve glasses free 3D experience:

1. HTC Evo 3D Android Phone
2. Toshiba 3D Dynabook
3. Nintendo 3DS Game Console
4. LG Optimus 3D Android Phone
5. Movidius Myriad 3D
6. Samsung W960

What's new in HTC EVO 3D?

As mentioned earlier, HTC EVO 3D is going to be there in the market for couple of years as it has all the features you need. A dual 5MP camera will allow you to record 3D videos, a faster 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon Dual Core processor and 1GB RAM for running your apps in stunning speed, stream 3D content wirelessly to 3D TV and lot more...

Last but the least, the phone is designed in such a way that you can upgrade to any higher version whenever it is available, so your phone will be always up-to-date.