Dictionary.com Announces Mobile Flashcards for Android

an·droid [an-droid] –noun an automaton in the form of a human being. Boy did they get that one wrong! Leading language reference site Dictionary.com announced the release of “Mobile Flashcards,” a mobile extension of their online Flashcards learning experience. With “Mobile ...

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Healthagen Seeking 2-3 Minutes of Your Time to Help Design a Better App Experience

Healthagen, the guys behind popular (1 million +) medical application iTriage, are looking to improve the end user experience for their smart phone and tablet apps for Android.  And rather than dictating how the update process works they are turning to the community.  They’d love if you ...

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Swype 3.0 Beta Released, Honeycomb Support and More…

It’s only been 18 months and already Swype has swiped its way past 50 million installs, revering itself as one of the most premiere keyboard replacements around. Now, with version 3.0 released, they are looking to increase those numbers by adding support for tablets running Honeycomb. ...

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Taptu Update Gives Users More UI Choices and Better Search

Social/News feed reader app Taptu recently received an update bringing it to version 1.5. This latest update adds additional options to its already awesome UI and improves upon its search mechanics to make Taptu one of (if not) the best darn feed reader on the market. To improve the user ...

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Android Market Compatibility Checking Added

For quite a while now the Android Market has been a kind of “work-in-progress.” But, with a UI overhaul not too long ago, another one planned, and a bunch of new features being added to the web market (such as new charts and “trending apps”), Google seems to be really ...

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Update to Schwab Mobile Brings Check Deposit Functionality

It’s only been a couple week since Charles Schwab & Co. Inc. released their mobile app, chock full of future feature promises (try saying that last part again!). Well, unlike most apps that keep you waiting, and waiting… and waiting… Chuck has quickly delivered on one ...

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Popular Android Apps Pose Security Risks for Users.

As the Android platform continues to grow explosively, worries about security in the ecosystem continue to grow as well. Today there is a new security concern with three of the top apps on Android devices; Linked In, Foursquare and Netflix. Read on to find out how you might be exposed.

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Walking the Dog Just Got Easier Thanks to Purina’s ‘Petometer’

Any dog owners out there looking for an app to help remind you to walk “Butch,” or keep track of how many miles you and your tongue hanging drool machine actually walked? Look no more, you tail wagging warrior! Purina has teamed up with Triad Retail Media in an ongoing effort to ...

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American Red Cross, Dr. Oz and Sharecare Launch Life Saving Android App

Summer is almost upon us. ‘Tis the season for traveling, outdoor activities, fun in the sun, and injuries! Wait, what? That’s right! More accidents occur during the summer months than during any other time throughout the year. While many organizations such as the American Red Cross ...

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There’s a Zombie on Your Lawn! Plants vs. Zombies Available Through Amazon Appstore

Brains… Flowers… Brains… Flowers… That’s one weird combo thrown into one even weirder game, Plants vs. Zombies. This popular tower defense game by developer PopCap Games has eluded Android for the past 2 years but is finally available thanks to the Amazon Appstore. ...

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The Wall Street Journal App Shows Android Phones Some Love

Tablet-less Android users may remember the Wall Street Journal’s puzzling decision to release their app exclusively for tablets back in November, and thus alienate the majority of mobile users who use their service. To protest this injustice, Android users from around the world began ...

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Stock Google Voice app running on XOOM

    Today after playing around some more with the XOOM, I figured I’d try to install Google Voice one more time.  Well, what do you know.  It worked!  By the way, this is not the modified .apk found on XDA.  This is the stock version 0.3.4(#13).  So if you can get your hands ...

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Tower Building Chaos Ensues as Jenga Falls into the Android Market

Leslie Scott’s infamous tower-building game Jenga has made its way to Android courtesy of NaturalMotionGames (creators of Backbreaker Football). This anxiety packed puzzler pits users against the evil Dr. Gravity as they attempt to remove lower positioned blocks and reposition them atop ...

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Android Market Could Eclipse App Store This Summer

Come back-to-school time Android users will have more apps to choose from than their Apple counterparts. At least that is what the latest Distimo report tells us. Android is growing its number of apps faster than Apple, even with tablets entering the fray.  We’v already got more free apps ...

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DriveReply 2.1 Released, Aims Toward Driver Safety

Just as drinking and driving don’t mix, talking and/or texting while driving is becoming a major epidemic.  The great people at Iconosys, Inc. have worked hard to help create more safe drivers with their Driveplay 2.1 application.  By reading and watching the news, one doesn’t have ...

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