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App Reviews

AndroidTapp Review Recap

Here at AndroidGuys, we try hard to bring you the software reviews and announcements that we think are relevant. Even with all of the press releases and early looks we

News and Rumors

NBA Brings Exclusive, Streaming Coverage to Android Handsets

Those NBA fans left wanting more from the Game Time app released a few weeks ago will be happy to learn about their next title, Close Up: NBA Eastern Conference

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Plugging a Few Android Projects

There are a few projects involving Android right now that we’d like to bring your attention to.  Theses are all off site and not affiliated with us, but we feel

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Microsoft adCenter Within Android Apps: A Cautionary Tale

It’s a tough decision for developers to make – Do you charge for your app or do you embed advertisements instead, hoping for clicks?  If you’re considering writing your own

App Reviews

App Review: Google Finance

Even though I’ve lost a good sum of money in the stocks I still like to know how they’re doing. Especially when to get back in with the money I’ve been keeping in my mattress. This is where Google Finance comes in to play. It allows you track your Google Finance portfolios as they bear and bull throughout the day. Also, along with tracking your portfolios, it allows you to track the markets and catch up on the market news.

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Android Around the World: Paid Apps Have Arrived in UK

By the time many of you read this, G1 owners in the UK will have already started downloading their first paid apps from the Android Market.  This is great news

App Reviews

App Review: Movie Finder

Considerably more helpful than doing a Google search for local movie theaters and showtimes. GPS auto locate works well even in EDGE network. Subtle changes to app over time have it moving in the right direction.

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Android Market to see Paid Apps Within a Week? Why Not?

Yesterday was relatively quite day in the land of Android, save for one small mention in a Wall Street Journal article. Hiding at the very end of a piece called