Track and Share Your Adventures with FollowMe

Going for a hike? Run? Bike ride perhaps? Want to track your trip? How about a statistical rundown? Did you pass a stunning landscape? Want to share a photo? How about a video? Did you encounter steep terrain? Do you want to share a note about it? Okay, okay… enough with the questions, I ...

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Frisbee Forever Launching on Android with Papaya

Today, PapayaMobile and Kiloo announced their worldwide partnership. PapayaMobile is a social networking platform for Android and iOS games. Kiloo is an award-winning game development company. With the partnership, they have announced the release of their hit iOS game, Frisbee Forever to debut ...

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Burn the Rope Hits Android Market

The very popular and ultra-addictive game Burn the Rope has come to Android today.  Available for free on any handset running 1.6 or higher (virtually everyone!), the puzzle adventure game features 112 levels at launch.  The graphics are super sharp and game play is easy to pick up. ...

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T-Mobile Unveils Daily Deal Aggregation App ‘More For Me’

T-Mobile has climbed into the daily deals ring, albeit on the backs of LivingSocial.  The carrier announced a new Android-based application yesterday called More For Me (beta), which aims to provide users with timely and relevant offers. Using location provided by the handset’s GPS, the ...

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T-Mobile Doubles Down as Nearly 100 Markets Now Getting 42Mbps Speeds

T-Mobile has flipped the switch on their 4G network across 41 markets today, bumping speeds up to 42Mbps.  Theoretical, that is.  You’ll still need to have the right handset or device that can support the network.  In fact, there aren’t any Android phones on the market yet that are ...

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HTC Kingdom Clears FCC On Way to Sprint

It has been a few weeks since we last talked about the HTC Kingdom, but lo and behold, it’s back again.  This time, the phone has been spied in FCC documents, where we learn officially that it features a 4.3-inch qHD display as well as both CDMA and WiMAX support.  Other than that, ...

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Locomo Labs Releases Tablet-Optimized Facebook App ‘Friend Me’

Locomo Labs is making quite a name for themselves with a string of recent tablet-optimized apps hitting the Android Market.  Following closely on the heels of Newsr (RSS reader) and Tweetcomb (Twitter), a Facebook application called Friend Me arrives.  Like their other offerings, the one not ...

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Music Unlimited (Qriocity) App for Android

Today, Music Unlimited announced their new Android application. Music Unlimited is an online music streaming service that offers over 7 million titles. This application is open to all Sony Xperia based phones as well as some third party devices. The application is a free download from the ...

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T-Mobile Now Offers Samsung Dart for Free with Contract

T-Mobile has a brand Android handset in their lineup today in the form of the Samsung Dart.  You’d be forgiven if you had not heard of this phone ahead as the carrier didn’t hype it ahead of time.  Nevertheless, the Samsung phone is available for free to customers who sign ...

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Nexus 4G Gets Detailed!

Juicy details regarding the next Nexus device have been released thanks to the guys at Boy Genius Report. The next-gen Nexus device will likely be called the "Nexus 4G", and it will a monster of a phone.

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UPDATE: HTC Desire to Get Gingerbread After All!

*UPDATE: HTC have now specified that they will cut “select apps” from the Gingerbread update for the Desire in order to resolve the memory issues; good news or bad? Well, it was a sad time for Desire owners; with the news that HTC were not able to bring Gingerbread to the year-old ...

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Dictionary.com Announces Mobile Flashcards for Android

an·droid [an-droid] –noun an automaton in the form of a human being. Boy did they get that one wrong! Leading language reference site Dictionary.com announced the release of “Mobile Flashcards,” a mobile extension of their online Flashcards learning experience. With “Mobile ...

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Healthagen Seeking 2-3 Minutes of Your Time to Help Design a Better App Experience

Healthagen, the guys behind popular (1 million +) medical application iTriage, are looking to improve the end user experience for their smart phone and tablet apps for Android.  And rather than dictating how the update process works they are turning to the community.  They’d love if you ...

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Lookout Extends Security to Browser with New ‘Safe Browsing’ Feature

Lookout Mobile Security has added yet another fantastic feature to their Android application today with the integration of Safe Browsing.  As the name implies, it brings the company’s excellent security services to your Android browser.  Because this system is real-time and updated in the ...

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Huawei Android Device Passes Through FCC, Codenamed “Gaga”

I have to admit, Huawei has a history of low-end Android devices, and it doesn't look like that's going to change anytime soon. The device above is the Huawei X1 U8180, which is being given the strange name of "Gaga", and it's just gotten the FCC seal of approval. The Gaga will be packing a ...

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