We previewed this back in January, but it's taken until now for the Nvidia Tegra Zone to go live.Why should you care? Well, if you don't own a recent Android smartphone and don't intend going down the Android route, you shouldn't really care. For everyone else, it's likely to be the place to go if you want to get the best out of your handset. The idea, as the name suggests, is a one-stop shop to make the best use out of any device using the Tegra 2 chip. That's fairly limited right now, with the likes of the LG Optimus 2X, the Motorola Atrix or Droid and the soon-to-be-launched Motorola tablet all offering one, but give it six months, there's likely to be a glut of them.When you do get a Tegra 2-packing device, just download the app, which is free and you're away. It will provide you to the links to get hold of games such as Dungeon Defenders: First Wave Deluxe HD, Samurai II: Vengeance; and Galaxy on Fire 2 THD, as well as reviews, high resolution screenshots, HD trailers and gameplay action plus behind-the-scenes footage.Speaking to Pocket Lint, Tony Tamasi, SVP of content and technology at Nvidia, said: 'We're working with game developers and publishers to turbocharge mobile gaming for Android super phones and tablets. Our goal is to bring a console- class gaming experience to super phones and tablets and bring the generation of gaming to the future of mobile devices. Tegra Zone is a free app we've built so gamers can find great games for Tegra in one easy place.'