Zeta TYPE Looking for Virtual Keyboard Testers

Anyone interested in doing a little testing for a new virtual keyboard designed to run on Android?  Zeta Type is looking for alpha and beta testers willing to help shape their upcoming release.  As of right now, there are 50 spots open for those of you who pre-register.  Not only do you get ...

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App Review: K’UMPA

K’UMPA is a good “waiting” game. By that, I mean it is a great play when you are waiting for anything like a doctor’s appointment, an airplane, etc.  My 16-year old son and I both downloaded this to both a G1 and an mT3G to try it out.  While we found the game to be... ...

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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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App Review: BlueRSS

If, like me, you regularly use RRS feeds to keep up to date with new web content, it is important that you can access the content quickly and easily on your phone. There are a few apps available that allow you to do this and one of them is BlueRSS by Blue Gorilla Team.

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App Review: Thinking Space

One of the best productivity tools now on Android Market, Thinking space. Allow you to create and work with your mind maps in very efficient way.

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Looking Forward to the Archos 5 Running Android

The lines are definitely being blurred between mobile internet devices (MID), portable media players (PMP), and netbooks and every other configuration out there, so how do we decide what to spend our hard earned money on?  The line of questioning is much like buying a PC: what size do I need, ...

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OpenTable Mobile for Android Confirms Your Dinner Reservations

OpenTable, Inc., has announced the launch of their free reservations booking app for Android-based devices.  Diners using the app can check the availability of multiple restaurants in their respective areas, browse restaurant reviews, invite friends to join them! After helping seat over ...

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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.

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Facebook for Android “Not as Good as iPhone’s”

In the first couple of days since Facebook released their Android application to the market, I’ve being reading some reviews and receiving some tweets with people complaining about the app. Almost all the complaints were comparing the application to the iPhone version.  Is it fair to ...

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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!

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Introducing MOTOBLUR

We’ve waited long enough to see it so let’s cut right to the chase.  Here’s what Motorola has done with Android!  It’s beautiful and bound to have a mass market appeal. MOTOBLUR integrates all of your contacts in one place – be it phone numbers, email addresses, ...

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Juicy Development Bring ‘Talk Radio’ to Android

Juicy Development LLC has released an Android version of their Talk Radio application. Using GPS and a proprietary algorithm, the app identifies where and when a user’s favorite shows are available. Once the show are located, users can listen stream them using their Android phone. There ...

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Ipadio Releases Audio Blogging/ Mobile Broadcasting App for Android

Are you and Android owner with a blog?  You might want to check out the new app called ipadio for Android.  It’s a clever tool in that it allows users to stream live audio to their web site or pre-record up to 60 minutes clips for uploading and posting later. That’s right! You can ...

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Who Has Best Google Voice Experience?

Rafe Needleman of cnet/Buzz Out Loud fame has put together a little head-to-head comparison for phones that run Google Voice. Guess who came out on top? To be fair, there are really only two platforms that have official Google Voice apps – BlackBerry and Android.  Having said that, he ...

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Win a Year of TeleNav GPS!

It’s contest time! We had so much fun with our last giveaway that we’re ready to do it all over again. It’s an easy one to enter – If you have an Android handset, then you’re halfway there! Same rules as last time…

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