Android has come a long way since the G1, but the stock music app has not. Many people rely on their phone as their main source for audio consumption and
A little birdie (not of the “Angry” type) has informed us that some Sprint managers have been receiving emails from Motorola regarding an upcoming phone launch that will require an
Thinking about shelling out for Verizon’s latest offering, the HTC Thunderbolt? It’ll cost you $250 at a Verizon store, and $200 at Wirefly, but Amazon has it for $179. Now
The guys and gal from the cast of AGTN wanted us to remind you of the great show they had last week. They had an incredible interview with Gary Gattis,
AndroidPolice recently posted a full system dump of the upcoming 4G LG Revolution for Verizon Wireless. Through this dump, all seemed pretty normal, until a Netflix app was found. After testing this
Signs are piling up that Amazon’s challenger to the Android Market will be launching very soon. Last week, we heard that the latest Angry Birds app will launch exclusively on
It was just yesterday that we heard about several new Verizon handsets, including the grandson of the OG Droid, the Droid 3. And today, we have photos of the little
There’s an overload of third-party launchers in the Market, but there’s no custom launcher available for Honeycomb. Of course that’s not strange, considering that the first Honeycomb device, the XOOM,
The independent 3rd party Android market, AppBrain, added some interesting metrics to their lineup of stat info that you can access on their site. If you are a developer that has an app on AppBrain, you already know about their pretty impressive developer dashboard that gives you all kinds of information goodies about users that download your apps, as well as the ability to have your app promoted if it fits the criteria. In addition to that, AppBrain has added the ability to view some new Market statistics.
I don’t know what it is about the whole badge idea, but it is a pretty successful mechanic to attract users to an application. Perhaps it has something to do with the whole “gotta catch em all” kind of thing. Regardless of the reason, badges bring traffic to apps, and Everbadge is there to help devs try to leverage that traffic. In a press release, Everbadge has announced the release of their SDK that both allows devs to insert a badge system into their app, and at the same time monetizing their apps to a point by allowing cross promotion of other apps that employ the Everbadge system. Check out the full press release after the break, then get working on the badge system for your next big app. Make us want to “catch ’em all!”
If you are like the average American, you could use a few more hours in your day, or at least some tools to help you make some mundane decisions such as what to have for dinner. AllRecipes.com has given our busy schedules some hope in the form of their new app built for Android, the “Dinner Spinner”.
Car Dashboard aims to be a step up from Google’s Car Home app, providing not only big-button shortcuts but speedometer and other relevant information. The app launches automatically when you place
Photosharing app PicPlz, on the heels of a complete redesign just last month, has added two new features in an update to the app: borders and collections. The new borders
Poynt Corporation, developer of the Poynt local search app, recently announced quite a milestone: users of the app have performed more than 1 billion queries and actions. These include searches