Trivia Crack Might Become Your New Addiction

Remember the days of Candy Crush? Remember how you hated all of the notifications and requests that you got, but you really couldn’t put the game down and always wanted to get to the next level? It wasn’t our finest moment, but it did provide hours of entertainment on the train, in waiting rooms, or [...]


Does Candy Crush End?

With more than 51 million “Likes” on Facebook, 100 million installs from Google Play alone, and an estimated revenue of over $850,000 a day (US market and iOS estimate only), Candy Crush is by far one of the most popular games you can play. But does it ever end? The more appropriate question is, “WILL [...]


How To Turn Off Candy Crush Notifications On Facebook

Many of us (okay, most of us) love our Candy Crush. But if there is one thing about the game — besides those chocolate thingies that take over all your candies — that can get a little irritating, it is the constant alerts on Facebook that someone has either sent moves or lives, or is [...]


ZAGGblog Round Up [A Quick Recap Of Recent Posts]: September 5, 2013

Over the past couple of days  our most popular blog posts have been Tweeted, posted on Facebook and LinkedIn along with being pinned on Pinterest. Get on the ZAGG bus and follow us to learn about the latest tech news, gadgets, apps, accessories and even our giveaways.  Here’s a rounded up list of the latest [...]


10 Candy Crush-Themed Products You Can Actually Buy On Etsy

Candy Crush Earrings – $7 Candy Crush Wine Glass – $25 Candy Crush Bracelet – $12.84 Candy Crush Scarf – $40 Candy Crush Hair Bow – $8 Candy Crush Belt – $16 Candy Crush T-Shirt – $15.95 Candy Crush Onesie – $9.57 Candy Crush Ribbon – $3.25 Candy Crush Get Well Card – $3.75


Candy Crush Is Addicting — Here are 12 People Who Dream About The Game

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If You Or Someone You Know Is Addicted To Candy Crush, You Need To See This

Last April, I read a column in the Salt Lake Tribune from Vince Horiuchi about his addiction to Candy Crush, the ultra-popular game on Facebook and mobile devices that involves puzzles where users swap colored candy pieces to eliminate pieces from the board. I tried the game after reading his column, found it to be [...]