Posts From Scott Webster
There is no mistaking it.Â The Android Market needs help.Â As more apps are added,Â and the Android user base grows, the complaints about its shortcomings are keeping step.Â I’ve
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Anthony Bontrager, CEO of 1Cast. I was able to snag him for a half hour and discuss the company, their app, and
I’ve been thinking a lot about Android lately.Â Imagine that!Â As I go back and look through some of the things that have happened over the last year, there are
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?
Practical application that handles file transfer and other FTP functionality like a desktop client. Transferring music and photos from your desktop or remote server are a breeze!
I’ve been talking these last few days with John Walton who does work over at PhoneDog.Â He’s a very cool guy who puts together app reviews and most often includes
Streaming music application that delivers on its promise with nothing extra. It doesn’t chew up system resources or slow performance down. It’s small enough that this app ought to stay on your Android handset once it’s installed.
If you don’t already own a GPS device then you need to grab this for your Android handset. It’s everything you expect from a stand alone unit in a convenient size. One of the most fully realized apps I’ve had a chance to play with.
Title: My Tracks Developer: Google Available: Now, Android Market Cost: FREE When I first saw My Tracks in the Android Market, I quickly passed it over never thinking it was
It’s books like these that make me consider writing my own app for Android.Â Since I have zero software development under my belt, I used to think I wouldn’t know
Considerably more helpful than doing a Google search for local movie theaters and showtimes. GPS auto locate works well even in EDGE network. Subtle changes to app over time have it moving in the right direction.
Yesterday was relatively quite day in the land of Android, save for one small mention in a Wall Street Journal article. Hiding at the very end of a piece called
A fresh take on the same old, same old. Clean, easy to navigate interface makes it stand out from all the other bill splitting and tip calculator applications we’ve played with so far. Not short on options either.
Effective immediately, developers have been given access to the Android 1.1 SDK. According to the official Android Developers Blog, this recent release see few “minor, but useful” changes. There are
Everyone knows the Dummies books. They’ve been around for years now and chances are good you’ve paged through one at least once. I was fortunate enough to get a copy