Six (6) Android Games You Should Play Now not Tomorrow

Got a new device? You need to get some new games. Here are some quick recommendations for great Android games. Some are familiar from other platforms. Some are free. Some are paid, and some have specific hardware requirements. All are listed here.
1.  Minecraft Pocket Edition
Why it is great: Minecraft is an entertaining block-building and survival game. You can play either in creative mode where you build and invent things in your own randomly generated world or you can play in survival mode where you use your wits and resources to survive against the creepers who come out at night.
Note – this does not connect with your main Minecraft account if you play the computer version of the game.
Play for yourself or keep it around to entertain kids. (Turn off in-app purchases if you do this.)
Minecraft is a paid app ($6.99) but you can find occasional sales, in-app purchases run from $0.50 to $1.99.   More »
2.  Lara Croft Go
Based on the popular Tomb Raider series and developed by Square Enix, Lara Craft Go is a relatively simple but very addictive puzzle game you can take with you. The puzzles are designed for short bursts of play, so pull it out in the doctor’s office waiting room or while riding the bus home.
Lara Croft Go sells for $4.99 but is occasionally on sale for $0.99. It allows in-app purchases. If you like this game, you can also check out Hitman Go, which is also from Square Enix.  More »
3.  Buttons and Scissors
This is a free puzzle game where you try to cut matching color buttons off of a square of denim. Mechanically this feels similar to Bejeweled, but not completely the same. The logic puzzles offer great challenges for players of all ages.
The other big advantage to this game is that it does not require any connectivity. You can play this game on devices that aren’t connected to Wi-Fi or in that signal dead spot.
Buttons and Scissors is a free download but allows in-app purchases.  More »
 Did you want to try out the new trend in adult coloring books, but you don’t want to carry around coloring pencil and a coloringb book? Try out this app instead. It’s appropriate for kids or adults, and while it’s not the same as coloring in an actual coloring book, it is still very satisfying.
Mandala Coloring Pages is free (with ads) but also allows in-app purchases.  More »
Yes. You can play an Android version of Portal. This is a real console game. As such, it requires a real console. This version will only work on the Nvidia Shield version of Android TV.  The Nvidia Shield starts at around $199 but allows you to stream movies and play Android games on your TV.
Portal starts at $1.99 but this is “introductory pricing.”  More »
If you have a phone with a fast processor and terrific screen display, you can take it for a ride with this virtual reality game. This is a first-person shooter where you aim at balloons. You’ll need Google Cardboard. This is an inexpensive accessory that you can either make or buy for around $15 and will turn your phone into a virtual reality device. Obviously not a game you can play while waiting in a doctor’s office (unless your doctor is awesome) but a fun novelty game to play by yourself or after having one of your friends try on the headset.
VR Cardboard Shooter 3D is a free download.  More »

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2017 Google Adsense Alternatives For Your Blogs


Looking at the World Times Table of O- line Ads Content Publishing Company, we know that Google Adsense rank as the Number One (1), Because they are the biggest Company of such field, Looking at Google Adsense, Who are they? Yes this is a question every reader will like to ask, because “Anyone that asked A Question, does not miss his/her way” in short words; Google Adsense is an AD Publishing Company in the World Wide Web (WWW).

How many times have you applied for AdSense account and got rejected? These question is for all, we try and try to signup for Google Adsense, but at the end of reviews of our websites by Google Adsense Team, they choose to say no the signups. due to the requirements in there Terms of Service and Privacy Policy you can find on there homepage, if you visit it. However, Google Adsense Today Hardly Accept users to use there advertisement system, do to today’s bloging, whereby people copy and paste contents from other blogs. So to this; Google Adsense decide to reject the applications of some new signups.

However, Our team of Authors, has brought some Alternatives to Google Adsense, that will Earn you High Money too.


 Ad Types

 Minimum Payment


  1. Propeller Ads 

PopUnder Ads

Mobile Ads

Banner Ads


$50 (PayPal)

$100 (Payoneer)

$500 (Wire Transfer)​

 2. ShareASale Affiliate Network $50 (Check/Payoneer) 

Targeted Text


 $100 (PayPal/Wire)  
 4. Infolinks 




 $50 (PayPal, Wire, eCheck, WU) 
 5. Adversal 




 $20 (PayPal, ACH, Check, or Wire) 
 6. BidVertiser 

Targeted Text

Banner Ads

Mobile Ads​

 $10 (PayPal/Payza) 
 7. HilltopAdsMobile Banners Ads

 Mobile Popunder Ads

Display Banners Ads (300×100 and 300×250)

In Player Ads Ads

Instant Message Ads

Popunders Ads

 (PayPal, Wire, Bitcoins,)  
 8.  Amazon Ads 

Recommend. Ads

Search Ads

Custom Ads


$10 (Gift Certificate)

$100 (Check/Payoneer)

 9. AdworkMedia Affiliate Links Ads

Walls and Rotating Banners Ads

 $35 (Check, Wire, PayPal, Payoneer, AlertPay/Payza, Western Union, ACH)
 10. Kontera 

Inline Text Links



$50 (PayPal, Wire, Check) 
 11.  VigLink 




 No Min. (PayPal) 
 12. BuySellAds Banner Ads 

$20 (PayPal)

$50 (Check)

$500 (Wire Transfer)

 13. Chitika 

Targeted Text



$10 (PayPal)

$50 (Check)

 14. Adsterra 


Direct Links


 $100 (PayPal, Payza, Bitcoin) 
15. SkimlinksLinks$10 (PayPal) 
16. AdbuffCPM Ads


$100 (PayPal/Payoneer)

$500 (Wire)

1. PropellerAds Media

PropellerAds is a large ad network that specializes in pop-under ads but also provides standard banner ads, on-click ads, and in-banner video ads. They also have sliders, sponsored links and other ad formats available for publishers.

If your website is in one of the following niches, you will want to check them out: Games, entertainment, movies, dating, finances, software or gambling.

They also have a great ad fill rate for tier 2 and 3 countries. So if you have site visitors from India, South Africa or Singapore, you should give them a try.

2. ShareASale


ShareASale is one of the top affiliate marketing services available on the Internet today. ClickMeter uses this network as a way to find new affiliates to promote our services. That is why we wrote this ShareASale review.

With well over 2,500 merchant contacts, ShareASale presents a broad range of opportunities for affiliates to choose from. Merchants are arrayed in categories for convenient searching, and can also be accessed through a separate search function that looks for available promotional offers. Sign-up is trouble-free, and once approved by ShareASale, your individual sign-ups with each specific merchant are streamlined, since your information is already documented and available.

Finding the best merchants, products, and offers for your website is also quite easy. Aside from the helpful categories, specific search features include the ability to search and sort merchants by earnings per click over 7-day, or 30-day periods, for example. Sorting can also be done by commission amounts or alphabetically by merchant name.


Media.Net gives you exclusive access to the Yahoo! Bing Network. They are one of the world’s largest contextual ad networks and boast many top publishers like Forbes, ELLE, Reuters, and Good Housekeeping.

Media.Net offers publishers several ad styles. Do note however that they only allow one of each ad type to appear on a page.

The main ad style available is the content ad. These are contextual ad blocks that are available in different sizes to suit your needs.

The next ad type available is the search targeting ad. These appear the same way as contextual ads but are only displayed to search engine traffic.

Media.Net also provides web bar and mobile ads to its publishers.

I feel that this is the closest AdSense alternative currently available. But, be aware that they are known for suspending accounts and not stating the reason. So, if you use them, read all the rules and be careful to follow them.

Possible roadblock: Media.Net needs to approve each site you want to place ads on. And they’re a little strict on what sites they approve.

4. Infolinks

Infolinks ad network currently serves targeted ads on over 125,000 websites. They work best on sites that contain large amounts text-based content.

Infolinks indexes your pages to determine the best ads to display. Several types of ads are available to publishers for use on their sites.

The main ad type Infolinks provides is their in-text ad links. Selected words on your page are selected and either double underlined or dotted underlined. When a visitor scrolls over one of the words, a pops up containing an ad relevant to the word appears.

These ads can appear a little spammy and get a little annoying when you accidentally move your cursor over a link. They do allow you to limit the number on a page, though.

They also have an ad block called related tags. These are very similar in look to AdSense horizontal link blocks.

A tag cloud ad block is available for your use if you feel it would be suitable for your site’s layout.

Infolinks has a search widget that sits at the bottom of the screen and when a visitor moves their cursor over its bar, it slides up to display its contents.

Infolinks will not approve a site if they feel it is thin on content.

5. Adversal

Adversal is an excellent alternative to AdSense if your site gets over 50,000 page views per month. They have fast approvals but make sure your site meets their requirements before you apply to be a publisher. They offer various banner sizes and types to publishers. Pop-unders and ministitial type ads are also available for publisher use.

Currently, their minimum payout is $20. A PayPal option is available. Adversal is also one of the few ad networks that have an affiliate program.

Please be aware that Adversal will reject any site that does not receive at least 50,000 page views per month.

6. BidVertiser

BidVertiser pays you on both clicks and conversions. This could help you make more money from your sites.

Text ads, banner ads, mobile ads and slider ads are available. They offer publishers a point-and-click ad builder tool that helps you to customize the ads to fit the look and feel of your site. They pay monthly by check, wire or PayPal. The current minimum payout is only $10 if you choose to receive payments through PayPal.

One downside to BidVertiser is that they use an advertiser bidding system. Each advertiser bids ad placement and what sites their ads appear on. So, it may take some time for advertisers to find your site in the BidVertiser network and start bidding on your ad spots.

7. HilltopAds

HilltopAds is a global advertising network that helps facilitate a mutually profitable and satisfying relationship between advertisers and publishers by serving ads to monetize websites using cutting edge smart tech solutions on their advertising platform.

With an average global monthly impression of about 12 billion, HilltopAds has become one of the leading ad networks in terms of website traffic monetization.

Most advertisers frequently worry about ROI while publishers simply want to monetize their websites in a safe and efficient way. With HilltopAds, this seemingly herculean task has been made quite simple especially because they provide their own ad server solution for website traffic monetization, as well as an efficient and advanced self service platform for advertising campaigns.

8.  Amazon Ads

Amazon has the world’s largest affiliate program. But do you know that it also has an advertising program?

Yes, it is called Amazon Native Shopping Ads. It can be a potential AdSense alternative if you are getting US traffic on your blog. It has three types of Ads – Recommendation Ads, Search Ads and Custom Ads. It provides highly relevant product ads in a responsive ad unit that can be placed anywhere in your blog/site. It shows ads based on your selected categories and your blog contents.

 9. AdworkMedia

AdWork Media is a global CPA affiliate network which provides multiple monetization solutions to website owners, content publishers, games and apps developers etc.

AdWork Media is just not an ordinary affiliate network where you get only direct offers to promote. Instead, it is an affiliate network which offers multiple solutions to monetize your premium content.

In addition to direct offers, it offers various locking tools that you can use to monetize your links, content, downloadable files etc. If you are new to locking service/gateway service, so, let me explain you in brief.

Suppose, you have some premium downloadable file that you don’t want to give for free to your visitors. Then, you can lock it with their locking tools. So, whenever a visitor try to download your file then he/she will be shown some simple offers to complete before he/she can access the file to download.

If your visitor successfully completes an offer then he/she will be allowed access to your premium downloadable file. In this way you can monetize your any kind of premium content whether it is a link, content or file.

Their locking service is not limited to links, files or content. Instead, you can use their product locking tool. They are the one who introduced the concept of product locking. You can find more details about this great service on their website.

Apart from the premium services, tools and top converting offers, AdWork Media also provides a great support to its users. They allocate account managers to each and every publisher account so that affiliates can easily and quickly get the answers of all of their queries. They provide great support via email and Skype.

10. Kontera

Kontera is similar to Infolinks. Kontera Ads appear on hyperlinked text when you hover the mouse on the linked text. It also offers image and video ads. All ads are based on pay per click payment.

Whenever you add in text ads on your site, make sure that you are not annoying your readers with too many ads.

 11.  VigLink

VigLink helps you to monetize your sites by automatically converting key phrases and existing links into affiliate links.

VigLink supports over 32,000 affiliate merchants and pays you between 25% and 50% of all revenue earned by clicks on links converted by VigLink.

Currently, they offer three types of monetization technologies. Their VigLink Convert service takes many of your regular links to products and converts them to links that will earn you a commission if the product is purchased by the visitor clicking the link. VigLink Insert takes keyword phrases from your site and converts then into affiliate links. This works great if your site discusses a lot of products.

The third technology they offer is VigLink Anywhere. This technology is designed for sharing links via Twitter, Facebook, email etc. It’s easy to get approved and account activation is instant once you verify your email address. If you have been turned down by other networks, this one is worth checking out.

12. BuySellAds

BuySellAds sells advertising space on your site to advertisers for you.

When you submit a site to BuySellAds for approval they look at your PageRank, Alexa score, inbound link count and other metrics to determine your site’s overall quality. They only accept high-quality sites.

You actually have control of what you feel your ad space is worth. But, be careful that you don’t price yourself out of the market. BuySellAds supports many ad types, including background takeovers, display, email newsletters, RSS feed ads, image plus text, text ads etc. They pay you 75% of the revenue your ad space brings in. BuySellAds only accepts English language sites. You also need to have a minimum of 100,000 page views per month.

Also, note that you must own the domain. They do not allow sites on, Blogger, etc. There are many reasons why people look for alternatives to AdSense. Getting rejected, getting banned, overly strict rules, and that sometimes contextual text ads just don’t work with a site’s design.

Now it’s time for you to explore all the options you have and pick the ad networks that works best for you, your sites and your goals.

 13. Chitika

Chitika is an online advertising network with over 350,000 publishers. They serve over four billion targeted ads per month. Chitika has several top-tier advertising partners like Yahoo!, SuperMedia and HomeAdvisor.

Since the Chitika ads are search targeted, they work best with websites that get most of their traffic from search engines. Visitors that arrive at your site by other channels are displayed generic ads loosely based on your site’s title and keywords. If the majority of your traffic is from links or type-ins you may want to look at other AdSense alternatives.

They do allow you to use alternative ads that you can display to your non-organic visitors to better make use of your site’s ad space.

Publisher payments are available by PayPal starting with a $10 minimum.

Chitika is one of the few ad networks that has an affiliate program. This could bring in an additional income for you.

14. Adsterra


Adsterra is a premium ad network for publishers and advertisers. It offers highest CPM rates with global coverage. It has display banners, Popunders, direct links, sliders, push up ads etc. Publishers can receive their payments on time via Paypal, Bitcoin, Payoneer, WebMoney, Wire Transfer, Paxum, and Payza.

15. Skimlinks

Skimlinks is similar to Viglinks. It’s a hub of affiliate programs. It is integrated with thousands of affiliate programs so you don’t need to join them individually. All you have to do is, join Skimlinks. It will automatically turn your product links into affiliate links. If you are running an e-commerce based site, it will work great for you. However, it also works for bloggers who write about products.

16. Adbuff

Adbuff is the ultimate AdSense Alternative ad network due to their ability to outperform AdSense for many publishers. Because Adbuff is a Real Time Bidding (RTB) platform, AdSense is competing directly with other advertisers to monetize your site through Adbuff. As a result publishers earn some of the highest page RPMs available in the industry. Their ads are also fully compliant to run along-side AdSense, so you can even double your page RPM by running AdSense and Adbuff together.

Adbuff is an AdSense Alternative ad network that has strict approval guidelines for publishers and advertisers. They are currently accepting publishers who have English sites with a majority of the traffic coming from USA, Canada, Australia and the UK. Publisher sites require at least 2,000 unique visitors per day. Approval times can take between 5 – 7 days and every approved site will receive a $25 welcome bonus for signing up.

For premium publishers who are looking for the best AdSense Alternative ad network, Adbuff is the first ad network you should look at.

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 We do not receive payment for positive reviews.

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