First Sony Ericsson app in the Android Market

While checking new apps coming into the Android Market (via androlib.com RSS feed), I came across the 1st app from Sony Ericsson called AmbientTime Lite 1.0. If this is to get a taste of  the design of the apps going to be included in the upcoming Sony Ericsson Android devices, it is ...

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Android in Ireland… No Luck for the Irish!

This post could be rather short because as of today (23rd of September 2009) none of the 4 main mobile phone operators doing business in Ireland have an Android device on offer… not one! You can get the latest Nokia N97, the iPhone 3GS, any flavors of BlackBerry even a couple of Windows ...

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App Review: Guardian Anywhere

Guardian Anywhere is a mobile newspaper that allows you to catch up with the latest news from The Guardian newspaper on the go. This is done by downloading the content and then presenting it in a lovely looking interface that makes it easy to view and read. Have you seen today's Deal of the ...

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Confessions of an AndroidGuy

Hi, my name is Sam and I am an AndroidGuy. As reported last week, I received a shiny, black HTC myTouch 3G yesterday in the mail and it already has Cyanogen’s 4.0.1. I started with 4.0.4 but for some reason the phone would not fully start so after many, many reboots later I decided to... ...

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Why My G1 Qualifies as a “Smartbook”

My T-Mobile G1 is already a smartbook, is it not? Let me explain.  I can surf the web, check e-mail, download and listen to podcasts, keep up with facebook/Twitter friends, use a variety of instant message clients, use Gmail as a word processor (in a pinch) and actually use this same device as ...

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App Review: AK Notepad and MyBackup

Ever since I purchased my G1, I’ve been using these two applications in tandem.  AK Notepad is your basic, no-nonsense note pad that gives you multiple themes, auto links for e-mail addresses and URLs, and LED/vibrate notification. Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? It's insane!

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Quick Look: Flyscreen for Android

Scott takes a few minutes to show what Flyscreen for Android is and how it works.  Check out one of the hottest new apps in town, which is currently available to a limited number of beta users. See what it is that everyone is talking about! Have you seen today's Deal of the Day? ...

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Presenting the Android Network Awards Winners

The results have been tallied.  After a week of public voting, your voices have been heard.  Here are the winners of the first ever Android Network Awards. Congratulations to all of you who helped make this a success.  What started out as just an idea blossomed into something great – ...

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Share and Discover Favorite Hang-outs with UrbanKite

UrbanKite is an Android app that integrates twitter and location-based services in a unique way. With their application, users can find nearby businesses by searching or choosing a specific category. They encourage participation by sharing experiences via tweets related to that business. While ...

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Images Emerge of Official Facebook App

We reported last week that the release of the official Facebook application for Android is slated to happen any day.  A few of us thought it might have been timed to coincide with the launch of the myTouch 3G.  Well as we all know, that was yesterday.  So whenever you’re ready ...

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Froogloid’s Key Ring App Now Free

One of the more convenient apps we’ve come across for Android, Key Ring, is now free.  Froogloid’s app removes the need to carry around membership cards or keep tags on their key chain.  You can scan barcodes directly off of club cards or enter them manually.  As of right now, ...

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Robot Comics Updates “Droid Comic Viewer”

Robot Comics,  a company who produces and publishes comics recently released an updated version of their Droid Comic Viewer.  Also known as ACV, it’s a free lightweight comic, manga and image viewer built for Android-based devices like the G1 and myTouch 3G. Have you seen today's ...

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App Review: Keyring

I have about 8 mini membership cards on my keys and 2 more cards in my wallet. I’ve wanted to downsize everything for a while and now I finally can. I recently downloaded Keyring from the Android Market for $1.99. It’s developed by Froogloid, the company behind location navigation ...

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App Review: Fast Food Calorie Counter

Mobile devices and smart phones in particular are all about making lives easier for those of us using them. Hey, it’s why we carry them right? It is always refreshing to see a software developer design their applications with that in mind. Fast Food Calorie Counter by Concrete Software is one ...

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Layar’s Augmented Reality is Dreamy [VIDEO]

Augmented reality applications are changing the way we view the world.  No longer do we have to wonder what’s on the other side of town or, for that matter, on the next block.  Android users are able to pull out their handsets and run apps like Wikitude, nru, and now Layar to see where ...

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