Twidroyd Review Developers Zimmermann & Marban are responsible for releasing what many consider to be the most complete Twitter application on the Android Market. Twidroyd has been tinkered with and
Twitter for Android At the end of April, Twitter released their official application for Android. This free application has a few features that are absent on other Twitter clients, and
Seesmic Review Welcome to part one of the official AndroidGuys Twitter application face-off! During the course of the next four days we will review four of the top Twitter applications
A hilarious new game was released this week for the Android platform. Anyone who is on Twitter can relate to the concept of Chumpdump. Chumpdump works around the idea that
Magma Mobile is no stranger to Android development and their latest app wants to simplify searching for pretty much anything. All in One is an application that uses Google API’s
Just a quick note to direct folks to our Twitter account for up to the minute news on Google IO this week. Today at 9am Pacific, we’ll be live tweeting
Twitoc is one of those apps that you see and then ask yourself why you haven’t seen it before. It’s based around twitter but in a more simplistic manner than
Ok, so we’re sure you’ve heard by now… Twitter has released an official Android app. With every 1.0 version of an app comes room for improvement. The biggest issue we
We all knew this was coming… Twitter just announced the release of an official Twitter app. It is only for Android version “2.1 and above” (hint for the upcoming 2.2?).
My favorite Twitter client, Seesmic, has finally received an update to include, yes, that’s right-widgets! In addition to widgets, users will get some additional features which are also very solid!
Not much to say here that isn’t already in the title. Business Insider is reporting tonight that twitter CEO Evan Williams claims and Android app is on the way and
Many handset manufacturers will take Android and give it a face-lift before dropping it onto a phone. Take a look at MotoBlur or Sense UI for some of the better
Everyone has their own favorite twitter clients for Android.Â Whereas most people gravitate to Twidroid, other apps like Seesmic have started out slowly but are building a following.Â After a
Hot off of the tweets yesterday that confirmed the coming of the actual Google Phone, come these photos that were posted on Twitter last night by two different people. @sansivar