Tag "android applications"
Being a person who drank the kool aid that Apple is selling, I am a lover of Mac computers.Â One of the publications that I receive at home regularly is
Flash has been perhaps the most eagerly anticipated feature just outside the grasp of Android users since the release of the G1.Â There have been many rumors, conjectures or speculations
One of the cooler software announcements to already come out of CES 2010 is from Chevy and OnStar regarding the upcoming 2011 Chevy Volt, their all electric vehicle.Â The new
Market Suggest, brought to us by AndroidLib, is a new way to discover great Android apps. It looks and feels similar to the default Market app, but it provides many
With all the different seemingly conflicting reports about developers fleeing both the iPhone app store and the Android Market, the question remains
A World of Photo sells itself as a â€œfun casual, geo multiplayer online gameâ€ but to say itâ€™s a game is maybe pushing it slightly. The basic premise is that
When I was a young boy in Catholic school, I was always taught that envy was one of the Seven Deadly Sins.Â As of yesterday, I am heading to the
GameLoft’s recent (and strangely public) announcement that they will be withdrawing resources from Android-based game development has surprised much of the Android community. The fact that a major software house
Tired of the standard Google Calendar widget that only shows in that small frame?Â Well then, CalWidget may be the answer you are looking for. This is a Google Calendar
SipAgent is a new SIP application available in the Market. In beta for now to get feedback from users. It will be released in both a free/liteÂ version and also a
The winners of the Android Developers Challenge 2 are scheduled to be announced later today so I wanted to do a last minute poll.Â As we know, the criteria each
Astraware’s Sudoku for Android is an app for true “Sudokuphiles”. I say that not to imply that only a true Sudoku fan would agree with the $4.99 price tag it
On the one year anniversary of the release of their Exchange application TouchDown, NitroDesk remains the de facto choice when it comes to superior functionality, quality, and ease of use.
OpenTable, a company we profiled back in September, has now seated over 1 million diners using their mobile app.Â With a $50 average check per diner, this equates to more