Changelog is a weekly series of posts dedicated to highlighting notable Android app updates. Whether it be utilities, games, or anything in between, we shed some light on some of our favorites. While some of you might be all over these software updates, others may …
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Just a two months after we saw a tablet-friendly version of the WordPress 2.0 Android app, the Nook Color, Nook Tablet, and Kindle Fire are all capable of running the new version. Users can download it from their respective app stores. From what we can …
The blogging app gets a major overhaul and integrates a new tablet-optimized design.
Don’t tell the iFans this but the Android version of the WordPress application is better than the iPhone counterpart. Shhh! The team at Automattic rolled out the latest release (1.3) of the popular blogging tool for Android devices and it adds much desired features to …
There’s nothing concrete to point to yet, but it appears that WordPress might be working on an official Android application.Â What’s the clue?Â A subdomain (android.wordress.org)Â has been set up on the official WordPress server, indicating an Android version could be in the works.Â
The first Android app from mobypicture has landed in the Android market.Â Called Moby Android, it allows for users to share photos, videos, audio and text with friends, family and contacts.Â All of the major social networking sites and services are represented including Facebook, Twitter, …
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