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Let me first say that I have always been an early adopter.Â From my first Tandy Color Computer II to one of my latest automobile purchases, the great Mazda RX-8,
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
For me, puzzle games are the best.Â Whether it involves shapes, bubbles or words, I just dig them.Â I’ve wasted plenty of time with the Final Fantasy series, I know
I was a heck of a bartender back in the day.Â I could sling drinks as fast as anyone and chat with random people about anything.Â This resulted in a
Take a look at perceived “grievances” with making money off of Android apps and a comparison with selling Windows, Web, and iPhone apps, in today’s very special episode of Building ‘Droids!
One of the more well-known features of Android 1.6 (Donut) is the improved Android Market.Â One of the enhancements to the content portal is the ability to sort apps by
Developers have derided the Android Market virtually since its inception last year. More recently, in SDK 1.6, Google responded to some of the developers’ concerns in a number of ways.
Android devices operate almost exactly like computers and obviously runs independent of one. You don’t need to sync your Android with a cable to get your emails, contacts, calendar entries
“We’re Gonna Rock and Roll all Night” As an entry into the Android Developers Contest 2 (ADC2), Gigbox is a dream come true for any avid concert lover. The application
Update: A Pandora rep explains that “some developer or unlocked phones will not be able to see the app in the Android market.” We’re hearing that the excellent streaming music
This simple yet highly functional application syncs Google contact groups to a user’s phone. In addition, it also provides full options for editing and creating new groups from the convenience
Ready to get your hands on all sorts of new Android apps?Â Head to the Android Market and download the new “Android Developer Challenge 2″ from Google.Â Once installed, the
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
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