Instinctiv Music Player Combines Best of Your Favorite Music Apps

We just learned of a new music player for Android that we think you guys and gals might be interested in taking a look at.  It’s called Instincitv Music Player, and it looks to feature many of the features from other popular Android apps.  Features include wireless sync (dobuleTwist), ...

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Whrrl Users Can Export Data to Bizzy for Continued Personalized Local Recommendations

As some of you may have heard, Groupon recently acquired Pelago, makers of terrific ‘anti-search’ application, Whrrl.  At some point down the road, Groupon will fold the technology and features into their own offering.  The basic premise behind Whrrl was to help users discover new ...

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NOOK Color v1.2 Adds Support for Apps, Email, and More!

Barnes & Noble announced a large firmware update today for their popular NOOK Color, including Froyo and Adobe Flash support as well as other tablet-like options. As we’ve been anticipating for quite some time, the NOOK Color now has access to a select set of applications, a new email ...

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Bump 2.0 Adds New Features, Overhauls UI

Bump has been on Android for a while now, however we’ve always looked the our iOS counterpart with a little bit of jealousy.  Sure, it works on a fundamental level, but we know there are features missing.  Well, not any longer.  Bump 2.0 is out now and it adds a lot of the stuff ...

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RadioShack Bragging Up Tablet Offerings

RadioShack wants you to know that they’ve gotten pretty serious in the tablet game lately so they issued a press release.  If you’re in the market for a new tablet, they would love for you to consider them.  So what are they offering up? Well for starters, they recently added the ...

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Amazon Announces Library Lending for Kindle, Optimizes Android App for Honeycomb

Amazon has rolled out a new version of their Kindle application today, optimizing it for Honeycomb tablets.  Taking advantage of the fragments and split screen capabilities in Android3.0, the free reader app works much better on larger screens.  New details include enhanced work look-up, ...

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Seesmic 1.7 Released with A Host of Shortcuts and Customization Options

Popular Twitter and Facebook client Seesmic released an update into the Android Market yesterday, adding a variety of new options for users.  Centered around giving you what you need in as little time as possible, these new features include shortcuts for composing tweets/updates, saved Twitter ...

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Samsung and Verizon Tap Droid Charge with April 28 Launch, $299.99 Price Tag

Verizon and Samsung have issued a press release today, confirming the next handset in the Droid series.  The $299.99 (ouch!) Droid Charge arrives a week from today, April 28th, and features a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, a rear-facing 8 megapixel camera, and front-facing 1.3 megapixel ...

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EFF Calls Google Out Over Lack of Transparency, Draconian Approach to Android Market

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has taken to their blog to voice their displeasure with Google’s recent pulling of Grooveshark from the Android Market.  As they see it, Google is headed in a completely different direction from the open and transparent Utopia promised back in 2007.  The ...

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Gameloft Policies Still Handcuffing Customers

We have touched on Gameloft’s policies a time or two here on AndroidGuys, mostly because they could use a little bit of help.  Regardless of how awesome their games are, the company could be doing better in many Android fans’ eyes.  Such is the case with an email we just got from ...

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Verizon Wireless Announces Froyo Update for Samsung Fascinate Starts April 21

Verizon dropped a little email in our inbox today to advise us that their Samsung Fascinate customers should be on the lookout for Android 2.2 update April 21st.  Starting tomorrow these users will be able to manually grab the update for themselves.  The whole process should only take about ...

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SwiftKey Testing New Keyboard with Personalization Features

Swiftkey has begun testing a new version of their popular keyboard replacement application which is said to feature personalization options.  According to our source, the customization centers around how the app plays with Gmail, Facebook, and Twitter data.  As to how exactly this works remains ...

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Meet Toshiba’s 10.1-Inch Regza Tablet AT300

Toshiba has officially announced a name and price for the 10.1-inch Android tablet that recently surfaced. Everyone say hello to the dual-core Tegra 2-powered Regza Tablet AT300! Featuring a 10.1-inch 1280×800 display and running Android 3.0 Honeycomb, the tablet arrives in Japan in June ...

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CourseSmart Provides Full Access to Library of eTextbooks and Digital Course Materials

College students and faculty will be please to learn that CourseSmart launched their Android application this week, bringing a massive library of eTextbooks and materials with it. The free application runs on Android devices with 1.5 or higher and provides users with complete access to their ...

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Report Finds Android Could Eclipse iOS Install Base Within a Year

We’ve seen our fair share of reports and studies over the last year which show Android’s market share on the rise.  With each quarter that passes another survey comes out telling us that our favorite platform is doing better than the competition.  At some point all this Android ...

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