Waze Announces Public Beta For Android Users

Palo Alto, Calif. – June 29, 2009 - waze, Inc., the first free provider of driver-generated maps and real-time road information, today announced the public beta of its mobile application for Android users, who are invited to download the application at the Android Market. Through a ...

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Flurry Launches Channel Partner Program

Top Mobile Development Companies Add Flurry Analytics to Solutions for Key Clients San Francisco – June 26, 2009 – Flurry, the leading cross-platform mobile application analytics provider, today announced the establishment of a channel partner program.  The company’s partners ...

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App Review: Snappy Seeker

I am all about software that makes things easier.  If you can find a way to increase my productivity without sacrificing any of the options I’ve grown accustomed to, then your app will always have a place on my phone.  When I first stumbled upon Snappy Seeker by iambic software, my ...

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Adobe Flash Officially Ported to ARM-based Android Devices

Bsquare has officially announced that a plugin for Adobe Flash will make its way to ARM-based Android devices.  This means people who own the T-Mobile G1 and HTC Magic could see Flash on their phones before long. The next version of Google’s Android operating system, ...

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SuperHERO Rom on G1/Dream [VIDEO]

The user interface/experience of HTC’s Hero is a definite thing of beauty.  Formerly known as Rosie, HTC’s Sense has people all over saying that Android is showing extreme promise when it comes to just how customizable it can be.  The hot question among G1 owners is “Can I ...

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Listen Up! AG Podcast #6 On Demand

Last night was another great roundtable podcast with Scott and Jamie chatting Android with guests Nick and Taylor.  The gang gets together about once a week to talk about recent Android announcements and other relevant mobile news. The podcasts usually last around 60-90 minutes and are ...

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Wattpad Announces Android eBook App

Wattpad, a top ebook community website, has announced the launch of their Android app.  They’ve been rather successful with other  (BlackBerry, iPhone) versions of their app sitting at or near the top spots in their respective markets so they’re expecting big things from Android.

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App Review: Keyring

I have about 8 mini membership cards on my keys and 2 more cards in my wallet. I’ve wanted to downsize everything for a while and now I finally can. I recently downloaded Keyring from the Android Market for $1.99. It’s developed by Froogloid, the company behind location navigation ...

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Open Gestures Goes Beta

If you are looking for a cool Android home screen replacement, we recommend checking out Open Gestures by Hollowire. It’s a great alternative to your basic 3 screen setup without being too much of a change. While it looks like the out-of-box experience you get with Android, it has some ...

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AndroidTapp Review Recap

Here at AndroidGuys, we try hard to bring you the software reviews and announcements that we think are the most relevant. Even with all of the press releases and early looks we offer, there are plenty of app reviews that simply slip through the cracks. Thankfully, we have sites like AndroidTapp ...

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GeeksPhone Debuts ONE in Spain

The team at Geeks Phone just debuted their ONE handset at an event held in Barcelona.  In case you have no idea who they are, their the small startup group who promise root access on their phones the second you take the out of the box. Although they had hoped to have a working prototype ...

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Brightkite Now Available in Android Market

Brightkite just launched their first client for the Android platform.  This marks their first app since the iPhone version.  It’s not just a standard port though as this version offer features like integrated Google maps and background notifications for new messages.  Unlike the ...

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Google AdSense for Mobile Apps Opens to Beta

Google is going head-to-head with companies like AdMob, Medialets, and PurpleTalk.  A beta version of AdSense for Mobile Applications gives advertisers yet another way to reach potential customers.  Further, it’s an opportunity for developers to find a way to earn revenue from their ...

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App Review: Fast Food Calorie Counter

Mobile devices and smart phones in particular are all about making lives easier for those of us using them. Hey, it’s why we carry them right? It is always refreshing to see a software developer design their applications with that in mind. Fast Food Calorie Counter by Concrete Software is one ...

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Android Around the World: Samsung Galaxy Launches on 02 in Germany

Coming down off the HTC Hero high, we’re getting back to your regular Android news. The biggest, baddest phone with green robot power still is the i7500/Galaxy from Samsung. As much as Sense looks great, the hardware just doesn’t pack the same punch as the Galaxy. The first handset ...

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