I mainly use my iPod Touch for, gasp!, listening to music. Its battery life isn’t great when I can get it to charge and, sadly, that’s not very often. Although I wouldn’t want to go back to any other MP3 player, I could. It would be easier if these apps were available for my phone.
- MapleStory Thief Edition
- This is a cool take on MapleStory and I enjoy playing it. It’s probably not best on the small screens and it’s super frustrating to play on a device that can’t multitask. I bet it would be awesome on tablets, even though I don’t have one. It just seems like the Android demographic would be much larger and maybe we could see more development with MapleStory games.
- Frisbee Forever
- Apparently this one is in the making. This frisbee tossing game is pretty addictive — even if I kind of suck at it — and I just think I’d get more use out of it on my phone.
- I play a lot of games on Pogo and while the iOS app is a little lacking, it’s better than nothing. In fact, Word Whomp! is one of my favorite Pogo games and it’s on the app. It looks like this one is already in the works, too. I hope I don’t have to wait too long and wouldn’t it be great if Pogo offered more games on the Android app?
- Anything by Playfirst
- Playfirst creates what I call my guilty pleasure of games: Diner Dash. The repetitive, sequential arcade games are a dime a dozen but Diner Dash is the one I recall doing it first. Not well, mind you, the browser game crashed all the time. The company makes a few different versions for iOS but it doesn’t seem like an leaders have emerged on the Android Market.
Are there any iOS apps you want to see available on Android? Or perhaps vice versa? Let me know!