Tag "android market"
In a humorous article from David Pogue of the New York Times, it seems that the “Android Army” is rising to meet any naysaying about the Nexus One or the
There are 4 main elementsÂ that make a successful platform: 1. great evolutionary hardware, 2. opened operative system, 3. lots of smart developers and finally 4. an enthusiastic bunch of users.
Everyone’s favorite Slacker is at it again.Â Slacker Radio announced last night that it is partnering up with ABC News to “provide listeners with updated news from one of the
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
While reading Google’s latest manifesto of what it means to be open, I am concerned that while Google is proclaiming that “Open systems Win,” that is not necessarily a money
Google is now publishing the barest minimum of Android Market usage statistics. Ponder what the pie chart means in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
App stores are all the rage these days.Â From carriers to handset makers, it seems like everyone is getting in on them.Â It should come as no surprise then that
With all the different seemingly conflicting reports about developers fleeing both the iPhone app store and the Android Market, the question remains
In an effort to battle fragmentation on the platform, the Android Development team took to the official blog today to announce theÂ availabilityÂ of a new device dashboard.
Listen up Hero and Droid Eris owners!Â HTC has just uploaded 4 new widgets for those of you with Sense UI on your Android phones.Â Could this be the signal
The Android Market has doubled its size over the last five month, going from 10,000 to 20,000 apps.Â According to Androlib, the number of apps hit the milestone earlier today
T-Mobile started pushing out an update to the Android Market which allows customers to choose their billing method for paid applications.Â Rather than using Google Checkout, users can opt to
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
A year ago, as awesome as Android 1.0 was, it had a whole lot of warts. Today, with much better hardware running Android 2.0, the wider geek world is coming
EDITOR NOTE: This post was originally scheduled to go up earlier in the week, but was pushed back due to a server migration.Â We understand Gameloft’s position has changed somewhat