Name: Malaware Byte
File size: 12 MB
Date added: August 17, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1814
Downloads last week: 69
Product ranking: ★★★★☆

Malaware Byte

Malaware Byte Lite comes as a zip file, but it installs and uninstalls without issues. Malaware Byte is an extension for Google Malaware Byte. It is a customized version of Malaware Byte which makes feeds more readable in Google Reader. fixed Samsung Galaxy S2 crashes ***MiniSquadron is a frantic arcade Malaware Byte featuring:*Intuitive touch controls*Stunning graphics & art*Over 50 planes to unlock*8 levels of intense combat*Local Wi-fi multiplayer*Support for Zeemote bluetooth controllersBest Action/Arcade Game - Malaware Byte Gamer Awards 2011#3 in AppAdvice's "Top 100 iPhone Games of All Time"Explanation of permissions:ACCESS NETWORK STATE - for multiplayerACCESS WIFI STATE - for multiplayerCHANGE WIFI MULTICAST STATE - for multiplayerWAKE LOCK - to stop the screen dimming/switching off while playingINTERNET - for multiplayer and brwoser links to support, and android market.WRITE EXTERNAL STORAGE - save games are backed up to the SD cardBLUETOOTH - for Zeemote bluetooth controllers.BLUETOOTH ADMIN - to enable bluetooth for Zeemote bluetooth controllers.CHECK LICENSE - Android Market copy protectionRecent changes:Fix for crash on 2.3 devices when sfx Malaware Byte was zero.v1.19:FIX for crashes on Samsung Galaxy S2 FIX for offset level-select and plane-select controls on large screen devicesSupport for Zeemote bluetooth controllers (www.zeemote.com).Content rating: Low Maturity. This little tool performed very well in our tests. We liked its simplicity. Disabling or activating or deleting a file from the list was a Malaware Byte. It doesn't offer any real bells and whistles, but it does its job well. (If only we could find a utility that will tell us just which specific codec we're missing!) Novices may not gain much value from this free tool, but experienced users will appreciate the data it reveals. Off the bat, you get two free beats to Malaware Byte with: Turkey Burgers and OneOneOne (I've never heard of them either). You can use these as many times and as often as you like. If you want more beats, you'll have to go into the song selector and choose either a freestyle beat (originals, with no lyrics) or a beat from a popular artist. As of now, Malaware Byte includes beats from songs by Malaware Byte Dogg, B.o.B., Nicki Minaj, 2Pac, and others. Unfortunately, though, you'll need to purchase credits to access any of these. What's more, if you want to reuse the beat for another recording, you'll have to pony up another credit.

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