Sometimes we hold off publishing certain articles on AndroidGuys simply because know that it would be redundant to post something that’s clearly made its way around the net.Â Such is
It’s going to get harder and harder for developers to stand out in the Android Market. What will it take to get apps ranked in the top echelon? Is it even feasible at this point or do today’s top titles have too strong of a grip?
By the time many of you read this, G1 owners in the UK will have already started downloading their first paid apps from the Android Market.Â This is great news
Here are the words that many G1 users have been waiting to hear for quite some time… “We will be offering G1 users the firmware update sometime in April.” The
It seems like with each passing week, more people are catching on to the idea of Android.Â Tech and mobile sites are realizing that the OS will not be confined
As the Android Market grows, your app’s ability to be found in the Market decreases…unless you take steps to improve the “findability” of your listing. Learn more in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
There’s good news coming out of the Google camp this week for Android developers.Â ADP 1.1 has been released for owners of the Dev Phone.Â Designed to address bugs in
Flurry Arms Thousands of iPhone, Android Developers With New Services Aimed at Increasing Application Usage
Upgraded Free Mobile Analytics Service Offers User Path Analysis and User Generated Content Tracking SAN FRANCISCO, March 5, 2009 â€“ Flurry, the leading cross-platform mobile application analytics provider, today announced
We’re pretty pleased with the progress we’ve made with AndroidGuys over the last 16 months.Â We’re proud to say that we’re one of, if not the, most popular Android/OHA sites
Google has opened a fresh work place in Taiwan to help further the development of Android powered devices.Â The reason behind Google setting up its base in Taiwan might well
A look back at last week’s tweets. Be sure to follow us if you haven’t already!
Here’s a pretty good piece on Locale and what future implications of the app could hold.Â Written by Roy van Keulen, it’s definitely a fan piece with a little bit
Android is slowly taking over the mobile world.Â It has gone from one handset to a few more models already in the works. We’ve also seen ported devices, media players,
Want to get help with Android development, but find the Android Google Groups a bit crowded? Try out some independent Android communities, old and new, in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
The head honcho of Acer’s smartphone division, Aymer De Lencquesaing, is doing his part to be coy regarding if and when an Android-based phone might be coming. In London today