Oceanhouse Media Brings Award Winning Children’s Book “Leo the Lightning Bug” to Android

 If you have children, there’s a good chance you’ve heard of Oceanhouse Media. They are the leading publishers of interactive children’s book apps, such as the award winning Dr. Seuss book apps that many of us have come to love. Their high quality, interactive apps have ...

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According to Nielsen Research, Games Most Popular Mobile App Category in US

All your smartphone are belong to us! Apparently no one is using their smartphone to be productive, they just want to play games! According to Nielsen research, games continue to be the most popular app category while productivity apps find themselves on the lower rungs of the ladder. This ...

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Consumers Getting Nearly $900 in Free Apps Per Year Via Amazon Free App of the Day

We're always hearing (mostly by competitors) about how "fragmentation" is hurting Android, but in reality, it's this "fragmentation" that is providing vast choices to the Android consumer. One of those "choices" happens to be Amazon's App Store. In the beginning, many Android users were ...

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OfficeMax Mobile Print Center: On-the-go Printing Made Easy

OfficeMax aims to make my life a tad bit easier thanks to their newly released Print Center app. With OfficeMax Print Center, I can upload, customize and schedule just about any document or image to be printed and picked up at any of OfficeMax's 900+ ImPress® Print Centers.

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Taiwan Slaps Google With $1 Million NT Fine

It would seem that Taiwan, like most Android users, disagrees heavily with Google's 15-minute app refund policy. In fact, they have deemed it unlawful and have slapped Google with a hefty fine (US$345,500) for not complying with a June 4th request to revise their app sales and service provisions.

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Doodle Grub Snakes its Way Into the Android Market

A cute and colorful adaptation of the classic “Snake” game has slithered its way to Android thanks to the guys over at Pixowl Inc. Originally developed for iOS, Doodle Grub’s popularity encouraged its developers to bring the game to other platforms such as Android and ...

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TiVo App For Android Coming Soon?

All you patient Android users waiting on an official TiVo app might not have to wait much longer. According to a full-page TiVo advertisement found in the latest issue of CEPro’s magazine, the TiVo app will be coming “soon” to Android OS products. Exactly what “Android ...

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Galaxy On Fire 2 THD Now Available

A great example of future mobile gaming can be found in the graphically stunning Galaxy On Fire 2 by FISHLAB Entertainment GmbH. Originally released to Sony's Xperia Play (a single core device), the promise of it coming to Tegra devices quickly became a reality. Introducing Galaxy On Fire 2 THD!

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Track and Share Your Adventures with FollowMe

Going for a hike? Run? Bike ride perhaps? Want to track your trip? How about a statistical rundown? Did you pass a stunning landscape? Want to share a photo? How about a video? Did you encounter steep terrain? Do you want to share a note about it? Okay, okay… enough with the questions, I ...

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Frisbee Forever Launching on Android with Papaya

Today, PapayaMobile and Kiloo announced their worldwide partnership. PapayaMobile is a social networking platform for Android and iOS games. Kiloo is an award-winning game development company. With the partnership, they have announced the release of their hit iOS game, Frisbee Forever to debut ...

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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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