Apps of the Day: Tetris Free and Epson iPrint


I remember growing up as a child and not liking Tetris. Not because I wasn’t into puzzle games or because I couldn’t get very far, but because I could never figure out how to clear multiple lines of blocks at the same damn time. It sickens me. I do well enough to survive and conjure up a nice score, but I can’t imagine how awesome it’d be to potentially quadruple that score and get into the Guinness Book of World Records for being good at an old game for no apparent reason. Unfortunately, my nostalgic juice for this game has long run out. Now excuse me while I go back to playing Madden 12. (Oh, and apps of the day is below.)

Tetris – While Tetris is not new to the Android market by ANY stretch of the imagination, we wanted to feature it here today because, well, it’s now free. After EA busted tons of Tetris clones long ago to put the spotlight on their own version, they failed to garner interest with the high price they demanded players pay. Well, it’s free now so no need to worry about opening the pocket book. We only suggest you don’t fall into too deep of a nostalgic trance. [Market]

Epson iPrint – Frustrated that your iOS-owning buddies are able to print from their phone to their wireless-enabled Epson printer? Well they’ve finally brought the application over to Android giving you all of the same functionality you’ll need to print documents and images from your phone. Built-in Dropbox, and Evernote integration makes the application especially productive and useful for those who are hooked up to “the cloud”. You’ll also be able to scan a photo or document on the scanner and send it to your phone. And if that’s not enough, you can check the printer’s status and ink levels from your phone. I don’t know about you, but I’m wanting an Epson printer all of a sudden. [Market]

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Epson iPrint…..will be handy in the future when mobile devices will be used for actual work by me. For now its useless..everything I need printed is on the computer hooked to the printer, and I always know the ink levels….black/white = empty, color = full

  2. I don’t think so. I go to the android market and Tetris is listed for $2.99.

    1. Just got it. Did you search for Tetris Free?

      1. Thank you. New to android.

  3. Epson iPrint! Finally! My Transformer has now completely replaced my laptop.

  4. The description of Tetris Free includes some ominous wording: “For more information about the third party targeted ad serving and analytics technology in this app and the data they collect, see End User License Agreement”… said agreement is not viewable until, I suppose, one downloads the app..

    They sure do share a LOT of information with a LOT of different parties:

  5. Tetris free needs permission to make phone calls? Really? Who is Tetris calling?

  6. Epson iprint not available in Ireland for some reason.

  7. Tetris Free not available in the UK?

  8. I think Tetris is getting rather old hat. In fact Its new puzzle games like Cut The Rope or Bubble Life that are more interesting.

  9. I purchased my new printer yesterday from Its trendy & made from new technology. But still i’ll recommend for this to my friend

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