Posts From Scott Webster
Yesterday saw yet another update to Google’s Map application. The latest release features some handy options for folks who like to do more with the app than simply get from A to B.
Alphonso Labs has issued a new update to their Pulse News for Android application today. Listed as v1.6 , the 99¢ app features a Facebook feed and scrollable home screen widget. Additional features
Look at this! Google and the Android team are thieves. They stole the idea for the beloved green robot from somewhere else, those unoriginal chumps.
As busy as the last few weeks have been, it appears HTC might on the verge of pushing out another Android handset. Initially discovered back in August, the Mecha was discovered on HTC’s new HTCSense.com website.
A minor software update is currently rolling out to Droid 2 handsets around the country. The Motorola update is designed to improve a number of items including battery life, screen response, GPS location tracking and more.
In case you haven’t picked up on it yet, it’s Galaxy Tab week. Yet another carrier has come out to formally announce they will be offering the 7-inch, Android 2.2 tablet. The latest to add their name to the growing list of providers is U.S. Cellular.
We’d heard whispers off and on for a few weeks now that PayPal integration was coming to the Android Market. Long a desired Google Checkout alternative, PayPal would open up big doors for Android developers and fans alike. So when is it coming? It already did. And then it didn’t.
Don’t look now, but Sprint is on a serious roll. The guys behind the Now Network reported their Q3 ’10 results and things are looking up.
Starting today, American Android users can finally get their hands on Navigon’s on-board navigation application, MobileNavigator. The includes some really terrific features including Reality Scanner, which meshes your phone’s camera with Navigon’s POI database to project them directly onto your screen.
Engadget is reporting late this evening that they have spent some time with the device you see in the picture above. According to them, this is the oft-rumored Sony Playstation Phone. The phone is said to be an early, buggy, prototype which should arrive in 2011 with a slight possibility of a 2010 release.
TimeStream Software announced earlier today that they have released four of their popular Disney themed applications for Android-powered handsets. All four titles comes with high remarks and great word of mouth for their iPhone counterparts so we expect the same out of Android. The apps range in price from $1.99 to $3.99 and work for all versions of Android.
Skytunes, a music service/application from esDot Development studio, has been released into the Android Market for music fans around the world. Designed as two AIR applications (server & client), Skytunes lets users take their home music collection with them, everywhere and without uploading to the phone or microSD card.