A new version of Super Hexagon is now available on Google Play! This version should improve the performance on newer devices and restore compatibility with older Gingerbread based devices (which broke in 1.0.6).
Fixed a startup crash that affected Gingerbread devices
Restore “Sticky immersive mode” after using the volume keys.
Corrected audio playback (Fixes the issue for some devices with chipmunk voices)
Fixed an issue that would cause the game to be grayscale on resume
Kitkat related performance fixes
Restore unlocked achievements state from G+ profile to local score file
(Re)submit local unlocked achievements to G+ if needed
Added support for devices without a screen (e.g. Mad Catz M.O.J.O.)
We just pushed out a new update of Super Hexagon to Google Play. This version should improve the overall user experience of the app and fix some minor issues.
With this new release, we also took the opportunity to replace the scoring and achievement system. Instead of Scoreloop, the game now uses Google Play Game Services which should integrate better with the Android platform and provide a nicer way of sharing scores to social media platforms. (You can also install Google Play Games for more options)
Fixed a bug that could cause Hyper Mode levels to be relocked under certain circumstances.
Since we’re getting a lot of questions on how to view or print backup files, we have made a short tutorial video on this.
Before opening the backup file (*.xml), make sure that a stylesheet file (sms.xsl) is present in the same folder. If you are copying the file to the computer, both files need to be transferred.
To edit the backup file you should use an advanced editor such as Notepad++ that knows how to deal with XML files. If you just want to view the content or print conversations, you can do so by opening the backup file with Internet Explorer or Firefox.
This new version is build using Native SDK 10.0.9.2743
It now supports all devices BB10 devices (Z10 / Q10 / Q5).
(The app now supports Verizon devices that are still using 10.0.9)
Added support for (future) Q5 owners
The only new (experimental) feature is that it now also exports all attachments from any MMS entries in the database. There is no option to import them back yet though (so if you use MMS, keep a backup for a future release that does supports importing them back).
Epic Windmill is proud to present SMS Backup, a complete text message backup and restore solution for BlackBerry10 devices. Whether you want to backup your text messages or want to import your (old) text messages from a BlackBerry10 or Android device, SMS Backup is here to help you.
Backup text message to an open XML format 
Restore text message (Checks for duplicates on import)
Clear all your text messages (Safely remove all text messages)
We’ve just pushed out an update of Super Hexagon which should improve the stability and make it compatible with the new Q10 screen dimensions. Super Hexagon for BB10 v1.2 is now available at BlackBerry World.
We’re back with number five of our Android (also for Windows, Mac, and Linux) game bundles: Humble Bundle with Android 5! And we’ve got a load of fantastic games and soundtracks to keep you entertained!
Name your price for six awesome games available on Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux: Beat Hazard Ultra, Dynamite Jack, Solar 2, and NightSky HD. And if you pay more than the average, you’ll also get Super Hexagon and Dungeon Defenders!
Like previous bundles, if you pay more than $1, you’ll also get keys to optionally redeem on Steam.
There’s more though! You can also choose how you want to distribute your money – to the developers or to the two non-profit charities, Child’s Play Charity and the Electronic Frontier Foundation. And if you love this bundle, a tip to Humble Bundle would be greatly appreciated!
Epic Windmill is proud to present Super Hexagon for Android, the award winning minimal action game by Terry Cavanagh, with music by Chipzel.
“Super Hexagon is now available for Android! To celebrate, it’s having an 99c android launch sale!
Hats off to Laurence Muller, who coded the port, and made this possible. We’ve done lots and lots of testing and fixing to make this work well on as many android devices as possible, but of course, on as wide a platform as android, bugs are inevitable. If you encounter any problems, our android support page is here.”