Tap That App
iOS games on AndroidiOS games get a lot of the attention, and for good reason. But this episode is all about finding Android equivalents for those games, and we'll one up them by finding FREE versions.
Yo! Looking on Tap That App guys, I'm Brian Tong and this is the show where we cover the hottest mobile apps in the mobile space. IOS games get a lot of the attention and for good reason, but this episode is all about finding Android equivalence for those games and we went up them by finding free version. First up, Cut the Rope is one of the hottest puzzle games on iOS devices right now. It's 99 cents on iPhone and 199 on an iPad. Just slice the rope with your finger to collect stars and get the candy to the green guy, but there's a version or basically a blatant rip off of it for free called the rope cut on android. It isn't as smooth. The basics aren't as tight, but it does this job plus it's free. Now, we all know about Fruit Ninja that's 99 cents or 299 on Apple devices and it's 99 cents on Android, but I bet you haven't heard of Fruit Ninja Kaka on Android. Slice as many fruit as you can. Avoid the bombs and sure the graphics may not look as good, but who cares. It's free too. Have you seen Ninjump where you scale to sides of building and jump back and forth slicing birds and avoid obstacles at the same time, well Backflip Studios has also released an Android version. So, why pay when it's free and how can we talk about mobile game without talking about angry birds. It's 99 cents on an iPhone, but you can fling those birds at those pigs for the low price of free, free, free on Android. Now, many of these apps will have ads running on them, but free is free and if you have friend who brags about his iPhone games, forget about it, you will have something to show them up with. Now if you guys have any other apps or dance moves you like to see, send us an e-mail to Tap That App at CNET.com. I'm Brian Tong, thanks for watching it and I'll see you on Fruit Ninja Kaka. Yo!