Nielsen: HTC Leads All Android Manufacturers (U.S.)

A new post on Nielsen’s official blog breaks down mobile operating systems and the various handset makers and their respective shares.  At 39 percent, Android accounts for the largest share of the U.S. consumer market, followed by Apple (iOS) at 28 percent and RIM (Blackberry) at 20 ...

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Fieldrunners HD Now Available in the Android Market

Android just keeps getting more and more fantastic games. This particular game, Fieldrunners HD, was only available on the Amazon Appstore. Until now.

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HTC Status Review

If Facebook is your thing, you will probably be interested in the HTC Status from AT&T. To start, here is a general overview of the Status. The specs include: Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread 800 MHz Processor 512MB RAM 512MB Internal Storage 2.6″ HVGA (480×320) Display 2GB Micro SD ...

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DC Comics Debuts Android App in Time for Comic-Con 2011

Comixology, makers of the super-popular comic book reader app, Comics, have partnered with DC Comics to release an official DC -branded application for Android.  Available immediately, the free application works on any Android device with 2.1 or higher.  The DC Comics app offers readers more ...

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Rhetorical Questions: Android Apps

It’s Monday again which means it’s time to settle back into our work-week routines.  If you’re like us, this means you’re checking the new and notable app announcements, hitting up the Android Market and other sources, and paying close attention to Android games and ...

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Localicious Proving That Some devs Experiencing Less Friction With Android

There is interesting news this morning concerning the new app that WhitePages has released, called Localicious. The app in itself is not ground shattering for sure, but what is interesting is that the company is launching on Android first, with no release date for an iOS launch. A first for ...

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Harman Among First Companies to Offer Android Open Accessory Protocol Support

Harman (JBL, Harman Kardon, Infinity) has become one of the first companies to support Google’s new Android Open Accessory Protocol.  Announced back at Google IO 2011, it allows for products running Honeycomb (3.1+) or Gingerbread (2.3.4+) to easily connect with accessories such as ...

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Scrabble to Debut on Android Next Week

One of the classic, all-time board games, Scrabble, is finally set to arrive on Android next week.   Its developers, EA, recently demonstrated the app and the cross-platform awesomeness that will also have support for iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Facebook.  So yeah, now you’ll be able to ...

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According to Nielsen Research, Games Most Popular Mobile App Category in US

All your smartphone are belong to us! Apparently no one is using their smartphone to be productive, they just want to play games! According to Nielsen research, games continue to be the most popular app category while productivity apps find themselves on the lower rungs of the ladder. This ...

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Fieldrunners HD Arrives in Amazon Appstore (FREE) and Android Market

The fantastic looking and critically acclaimed tower defense game Fieldrunners HD has arrived in the Android Market and the Amazon Appstore.  To kick things off, the developers are offering the game at a drastic discount.  Consumers based in the US can download Fieldrunners for free today only ...

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Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles Beta Launched! WIN A BETA KEY (AG Exclusive)

Check it out! The day that we have been waiting for has finally arrived! Spacetime Studios, the makers of Pocket Legends, has launched the beta of Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles exclusively on Verizon's V-Cast service. So if you are a Verizon customer, go check it out and see if you can ...

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Android Leads US Market with 38 Percent Share

The latest comScore MobiLens report was released this week, covering the three month time frame ending in May 2011.  According to their findings there are now more than 76 million smart phone users in the United States, up 11 percent from the three month period ending in February. Android has ...

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Beta Test This: Path for Android

If you’re not familiar with Path, it was launched in November last year on iOS, and is just making its way to Android. It’s a service that helps you stay connected with friends and family through photos and videos. You can tag your photos and videos with people, places, and things, ...

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LeapFrog to Launch LeapPad, More Android Apps

If you’re not familiar with LeapFrog, they’re a children’s learning and entertainment company that specializes in fun education for kids. They’ve been producing interactive books and software for years, and according to John Barbour, the CEO of LeapFrog, they’re ...

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Win Free Phones for Life from the Shack!

I am pretty sure that everyone out there would be thrilled to get the email that we just got from the Shack this afternoon, telling us how we can win free phones for life! Check it out after the break.

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