Tag "android applications"
Calling all Duke Nukem fans, I need your attention. Remember when we told you that Duke Nukem would hit the Android Market “very soon?” Well, after only 20 days, the
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
Just as drinking and driving don’t mix, talking and/or texting while driving is becoming a major epidemic. The great people at Iconosys, Inc. have worked hard to help create more
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
Autodesk, Inc. has released two versions of their popular SketchBook Mobile app for Android handsets. The digital sketchpad allows users to draw with pens, pencils, markers, and airbrushes create professional looking pictures and paintings.
Babylon has become a trusted source for a quick translation need for the masses. Whether it’s our 10AM Spanish class or that spur-of-the-moment dinner in Venice, we find ourselves needing
As Android continues to grow, so does the number of players entering the app distribution game. A few of today’s current alternatives include GetJar, SlideME, AppBrain, and OnlyAndroid. Looking forward,
Amazon is doing their part to cozy up next to Android developers. We recently saw the terms and conditions leak online which showed a $99 annual fee that devs were
The team behind AppBrain has put together a very insightful look into the Android Market and the current state of its apps. There are some truly interesting facts to glean
Sprint has just released a handful of new YouTube videos to help new Android users get the most of their phone. Aimed at specific needs, Heather walks you through some
A few weeks ago, the editor-in-chief of AndroidGuys elected me to test and review a brand new Q1 headset. First, because I am his favorite writer (yeah right) and secondly
There’s good news for those Android users who are looking for a budgeting and expense tracking app! Mint, the company behind the popular finance app that has been very successful
Droiddog.com is reporting that the handset pictured to the left may be a new Motoblur prototype from Motorola in the wild. The details and chain of events that led to
Mark your calendars for this Thursday, 7PM Pacific/10PM Eastern for a special edition of our AndroidGuys Podcast! We’re trying some new things, with a new format for Thursday nights… you