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We were just talking this morning about Android Market issues, missing apps, and missing comments. It turns out Google was all over this one but simply didn’t do a good
I’m thinking that something is brewing on Android market. Yesterday afternoon I noticed that order of many apps in the “Productivity” category had changed drastically. The last I checked, at
Android Police reports that they received a tip about upcoming changes in the Android Market, giving some exciting details about some possibilities that could be in the works. According to
Sometime over the last few days Google refreshed the look of the Android Market website. While it’s not a total redesign of the previous setup, it does look like the
KeyesLabs, makers of Screebl and Screebl Pro, have found their apps getting rather popular. Great news, right? Unfortunately, it’s not. Developer and founder David Keyes estimates that after nearly 100,000
With all the recent talk about Android growth and trying to sway developers to the platform, we thought we’d stroll by Androlib to get a feel for where the number
One Android feature that our readers have been asking for is the ability to update all applications and games to the latest release. It’s not uncommon for the average user
Some HTC Desire owners are starting to run into aggravation over the inability to download select apps from the Android Market. Apparently, Google yet to “sign off” the new HTC
It seems like we were just talking about hitting 30,000 apps only a few days ago, doesn’t it? Well, the semi-official word out of Google today is that the Android
Droiddog.com is reporting that the handset pictured to the left may be a new Motoblur prototype from Motorola in the wild. The details and chain of events that led to
Mark your calendars for this Thursday, 7PM Pacific/10PM Eastern for a special edition of our AndroidGuys Podcast! We’re trying some new things, with a new format for Thursday nights… you
A 50th Android business model is to go with a pre-paid funding model, collecting the money needed to build the app up front. Learn more about how you can achieve this using Kickstarter in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Being a displaced Boston Red Sox fan, I am always looking for ways to either watch or listen to my hometown team while living elsewhere in the country. Not to
Attention Canadians: Now you can buy paid Android Apps! That’s right, now you will be able to get all those pro apps, Americans have been buying for quite sometime. Check