VidTrim Video Editor

VidTrim is a new app in the Market where you can do some light video editing straight from your Android device.  There are two versions, a free one, and a paid one.  What’s the differences between the two?  The main thing is the ability to save its 10MB file onto your SD card.  The ...

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RunKeeper Pro is FREE Through The Month of January!

RunKeeper is a great weight tracking tool that lets you use your mobile phone and the website to keep track of your fitness. There is a free standard app, and now, the PRO app is FREE for the month of January. (Sources say that you can pick it up a day or two early for free, also.)

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Early Build of the Next-Gen Android Music Player Leaks

Well, well, well...what have we here? Remember that amazing Google Music app that was teased at Google I/O earlier this year? It looks as if that app has been leaked onto the web by johnnie93 of the XDA-Developers forum.

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Evernote Gets Ever Better

The popular Evernote, if you don't know , lets users "tag" or save info (notes, webpages, audio, video, pictures) and have the ability to access them anywhere via the web.

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EXCLUSIVE: BioLock To Bring True Biometric Authentication to Android [Video]

Many in the mobile community have heard the buzz surrounding an up-and-coming application called BioLock. Blue Planet Apps, the company behind BioLock, has been working tirelessly to bring the power and complexity of biometric authentication to the everyday mobile user. Under the leadership of ...

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Morningstar.com Launches Free Mobile Application for Android Smartphones

Morningstar has released a free mobile app for Android.  Now you can check all your stocks and investments on the go.  According to their website, you can log in with your current credentials, or create a new account, and have instant access to the Market Barometer and data on the major ...

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Must.Eat.Birds Now Available in the Market

Your happily enjoying your cake at your picnic and you are attacked by flying birds trying to get the food. What do you do? Clone yourself and send in the clones to take care of them. That’s Must.Eat.Birds for you. It’s Mediatonic’s new release on Android. You can see gameplay ...

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Reminder! VDC Power Your App Contest Submissions Due December 17th

As the year comes to an end in a month or so, some pretty big announcements are sure to pop up. One of which is the VDC (Verizon Developer Community) "Power Your App" contest.

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Bing App Now Released to All Major U.S. Carrier’s Android Market

Tired of Google Search? Want a new search engine that also does maps, images, directions, etc? Bing!

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YouTube Gives Us Another Way to Never Leave the Couch

I am all for making life easier, and I love using my Android device for different functionalities  that bring the “wow” factor, but this one may be a tad niche, but useful nonetheless. YouTube has announced on their blog that they have released a beta remote application to allow you ...

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Download This! Wall Street Journal Tablet Edition

Engadget.com is reporting that the Wall Street Journal has been very smart with the release of their new Android application. With the Samsung Galaxy Tab being released as really the first viable Android tablet, the financial newspaper has created a tablet only application to allow you to read ...

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GroupMe now on Android, Making Group Text/Voice a Snap

In an article over at TechCrunch, GroupMe has announced that they have officially launched an Android app for their popular group text and voice services.  The app allows you to manage your groups just like you would on the GroupMe site, allowing you to create, contact and even conference call ...

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Review: Sound ID 510 Bluetooth Earpiece. A Good Thing in a Small Package.

Being addicted to gadgetry like many of our Android Guys readers, it is safe to say that I have been through literally dozens of bluetooth wireless earpieces to match the myriad number of smartphones that I have used over the years.  So I have to admit that I am a bit jaded when I hear... Read More

Graffiti for Android – kickin’ it old school

There is literally a virtual keyboard for everyone, even people who have not used a virtual keyboard since the days of the original Palm handhelds. Remember those weird little pads at the bottom, where you could spell out every letter or number? I got pretty fast on mine. The software that ...

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Android Market – New Countries

After allowing developers from more countries to sell apps, Google said that they would give access to paid apps to users from more countries. Well, it happened yesterday, now paid apps are available in: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, ...

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