WIDGETS! Widgets are one the biggest features in Android we take for granted. It seems like we dont need them, but take them away and your phone just doesnt feel
LevelUp Studio continues to improve their popular Beautiful Widgets application for Android, adding tons of new features. On top of that, a new skin SDK makes it easier than ever for developers to create and share their own unique user experiences.
Alphonso Labs has issued a new update to their Pulse News for Android application today. Listed as v1.6 , the 99¢ app features a Facebook feed and scrollable home screen widget. Additional features
Yahoo! has released their first two Android titles today, Yahoo! Mail and Yahoo! Messenger. In addition, they’ve also rolled out a widget for Yahoo! Search. This is good news for
One of the founding members of the Open Handset Alliance, The Astonishing Tribe, has just announced their new TAT Home in Barcelona. Touted as a “gesture-powered 3D Home screen” for
Remember back a few weeks, when HTC issued a C&D to LevelUpStudio to remove Beautiful Widgets, because it was too similar to their Sense UI widgets? Well, now HTC is
I recently learned of a new RSS reader for Android called NewsRoom.Â Since I rarely rely on bookmarked websites anymore, I like to have content readily available via RSS.Â While
A few days ago, HTC served LevelUp studios a cease and desist order regarding their Beautiful Widgets. The company claimed that the Beautiful Widgets were too similar their own, which
Listen up Hero and Droid Eris owners!Â HTC has just uploaded 4 new widgets for those of you with Sense UI on your Android phones.Â Could this be the signal
HTC has sent the dreaded cease and desist order to LevelUpStudio over their Beautiful Widgets application for Android handsets.Â According to a few tweets from the company, the problem likely
I am a big fan of applications that do a lot and need little to do it–basically, high-impact, low-maintenance apps If you are like me you will enjoy the QSB
Ok, now that the dust has settled and FlyScreen is firm, fit and ready for install it’s time to share what you’re FlyScreening! Incidentally, there is no truth to the
There is a rather familiar phenomenon in life where we want something… we want it really, really bad. Then we get it.
Today, the official Android Developers blog was updated with an article from Jeff Sharkey with information on Android 1.5 and what to expect in the way of widgets.Â Written for