Tag "social networking"
One of the top social-networking sites, Twitter, has recently posted some new guidelines for app developers. The post on twitter.com found here, still says you can feel free to use the
The much-rumored and quickly denied Facebook phone could finally be unveiled next week–or at least something new relating to social networking on mobile devices. Earlier today the company began sending out invites to members
Let the social networking…..continue we guess. The location based social network Whrrl has announced today that they have released their Android based app that is tied into their service.
With over 250,000 downloads in the Android Market, Nimbuzz has been a popular app with their free & low cost calling solution. Aside from the phone feature, Nimbuzz also makes
The up and coming check-in service known as SCVNGR has just announced a rather cool feature today that rewards users for going places with friends. Starting today, folks running SCVNGR
MocoSpace is announcing today that their first Android application is now available. Similar to their mobile website, the app focuses on social networking and chatting. MocoSpace currently enjoys 11 million
San Francisco-based web and mobile app company Particle has just unveiled their Android app, Robo.to. Forget tweets and status updates with boring text. Using Robo.to one can record and broadcast
We’re finding that many of our readers and twitter followers love to try out new applications. Any time we mention a developer is looking for feedback or insight into their
If you are a user of PixelPipe, you will be happy to know that they have recently upgraded their Android App to allow one click publishing pictures taken from your
Scoreloop,Â a mobile social gaming technology provider has announced that they’re offering cross-platform support with the addition of Android.Â Â Using their Core Social technology, developers and publishers can integrate the
As the world got smaller with the dawn of Social Networking, our tools to share the wonders of said world are growing exponentially. Attempting to bridge the gap between utility
LG is gearing up to launch their first campaign based around Android.Â ToutingÂ their handsets as the “friendly smartphone”, the GW620 (Eve) certainly seems aimed directly at the social butterfly.Â
One of the most talked about features in both BLUR and Sense is how they marry social networks together with traditional phone contacts.Â Widgets are “take it or leave it”
Vringo, the “next-generation ringtone pioneer,” has announced the beta release of their social caller ID and video ringtone app.Â As the first and only app of its kind, Vringo allows