Tag "android 2.2"
Remember when we got the info on the Shift’s release date? Well, now, thanks to Cellphonesignal, we have more info. It seems that WalMart’s website is showing us that the
2010 was definately the year of significant UI changes for Android. Dragging an arrow up to see your apps may seem fancy at the first glance, but after a year or so, you’ll probably want some more eye-candy, and so did Google.
Our European friends will be happy to learn that their HTC Wildfire will be seeing Android 2.2 within the week.
After re-reading this post about Joshua Topolsky’s pitch for a “Continuous Client” and the with recent developments of Google’s announcements of Chrome OS and Android 2.3/3.0, I believe we are
Finally, I think I have found the phone for me. No it doesn’t sport dual-core water cooled processors or even a large 1080p display. But what it does have, it
A select group of Android users will find that a new version of Google’s Voice Search awaits them in the Android Market today. Users will now have the ability to toggle on personalized recognition within the app so that it can learn how you pronounce and enunciate words.
We know a lot of you guys and gals are anxious to get your Gingerbread fix, however we should remember that there are folks who still want Froyo. One such handset, the HTC Legend has been out for more than a few months now, yet it has been waiting for Android 2.2 to arrive. Great news – the wait is nearly over!
The recently uncovered LG-LU3000 has just been made official for Korea. Known heretofore as the Optimus Mach, this new Android smart phone will boast a 1GHz TI OMAP3630 processor, a 3.8-inch screeen, and much more!
I feel like we are finally starting to see decent Android tablets come into play. They aren’t the super dual core, Tegra 2 monsters we’ve seen sneakies of, but actual
Rogers and Fido customers are now able to update their Acer Liquid E phones to the latest version of Android, Froyo.
After reading about the Samsung Galaxy Tab for what seemed like years (JK, it was only two months) I never thought it would come to the carriers much less to my house. I have owned the Archos and Augen versions of the mythical Android tablet and for my money, I believe Samsung got it right and all this without a proper tablet OS.
Back in late September Google announced that support for editing Google Docs will be coming “In a few weeks” to the Android platform. Well today is finally that day, well actually their rolling out over the next few days. According to the video below, everything runs super smooth and it looks to be just as easy to edit any Google Doc on your phone as it is on your computer.
Unfortunatly, this announcement also helps to continue to divide Android between those who have Android 2.2 and those who don’t. This feature just like the new YouTube app, and Gmail app, is only available for Android 2.2.Continue Reading
Engadget.com is reporting that the Wall Street Journal has been very smart with the release of their new Android application. With the Samsung Galaxy Tab being released as really the first viable Android tablet, the financial newspaper has created a tablet only application to allow you to read their content on the go.
Yahoo! updated their Mail and Messenger apps earlier today which brought a few new exciting features to the apps. Among these features are video calling (works only on the EVO 4G and the myTouch 4G for now), account sync, and multiple account support.
Samsung has made their Android 2.2 Froyo build available to Galaxy S handsets in the UK, but when will it hit the United States? According to the latest batch of related news, this could be sooner, rather than later.