Graffiti for Android – kickin’ it old school

There is literally a virtual keyboard for everyone, even people who have not used a virtual keyboard since the days of the original Palm handhelds. Remember those weird little pads at the bottom, where you could spell out every letter or number? I got pretty fast on mine. The software that ...

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BeejiveIM – a Pretty IM Client

The Instant Messenger is one of the first huge changes to the internet that, in my opinion, brought on a great deal of its early popularity for teen audiences. When IM went mobile, in an pseudo-text message format, it seemed almost absurd how often I would use my phone to keep in touch with ...

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New Virtual Keyboard available for Android

Previously only available for a “fruity” competitor, Exideas has released it’s MessagEase for Android.  It is a condensed-sized keyboard that utilizes the most frequently used letters in the English language and centers them on the keyboard, and then the secondary letters ...

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Whrrl Now Available on Android!

Let the social networking…..continue we guess.  The location based social network Whrrl has announced today that they have released their Android based app that is tied into their service.  

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Geocaching.com App is a Treasure of its Own (App Review)

I started dabbling in geocaching late last year as my son and I wanted something fun to do on days off. Being he was six at the time, he was only too eager to help daddy hunt down treasure in the real world. We bounced from one Android app to another, trying each out to see what we liked ...

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ProOnGo Expense Revisited

As some of you may remember, I did a review of ProOnGo Expense when they added Android support.  My friends, they have been working hard since then to make this the most user-friendly expense tracking application known to man.  The goal is to not type anything: simply let the camera do the work ...

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App Review: PhoneTell

Given a typical day, there are a stream of updates and messages coming to our Android Devices. Calls from friends, co-workers, clients, and numbers we don’t know. Often, we can’t pickup to answer, but want to simply let them know we will get back with them, or to call later.  If ...

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APPNATION Interviews: Yapper – App Inventor for the Rest of Us

While at the APPNATION Conference last Monday and Tuesday, I had the opportunity to meet with several people talking about some cool things that are being released for Android.  One that caught my eye right away with the new Yapper 2.0, an online app development tool for people who might not be ...

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App Review: No-Lock

Ever have the desire to wake your stock Android phone from standby using the trackball? If you have, you might want to to check out the application No-Lock. The application, which is extremely simple, allows users to wake the phone using either the volume rocker, trackball, or even optical ...

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Developer’s Spotlight: Smart Lock 2.0’s David Shellabarger

The Android community is growing and becoming quite impressive.  A very large, and huge part of that community are Android’s army of developers.  It is because of this and the role that they play, that we will be featuring developers as often as we can in our very own Developer’s ...

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Six Fantasy Football Apps for Your Android Phone

In the off chance you don’t know, we’re about to kick off the NFL football season.  We’re now in the midst of that lead up time where guys in their 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s are readying the perfect fantasy football team.  If you count ...

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App Review: Lava Ball 3D

If you are looking for a marble-rolling, maze-traveling game, Lava Ball 3D is the game for you. Please note: you will not be able to run this on 1st generation Android devices. I would only run this game with at least a 1GHz processor. I tried it on a MyTouch 3G and it locked on... Read More

App Review: GetGlue

Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past few months, you will be aware that location based Check-In services are the latest and greatest aspects of social networking. This is highlighted by the new Facebook Places service. GetGlue isn’t your average location based ...

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Droid X review by your friendly neighborhood AndroidGuy

For the past two years I have had many Android devices, some good some not so good. But what was delivered this week definitely falls into the Good camp. You see I am the proud owner of a new Verizon Droid X made by Motorola. I have been a Moto fan since I first laid... Read More

App Review: Dead End

Dead End is a top-down defence shooter, where you take on hordes of zombies in a graveyard. There is a free version, but the paid one contains 20 different levels, 9 different zombie types, 20+ upgradable weapons and grenades, 90 achievements, 20 rewards, an endless mode, no ads and costs just ...

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