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StumbleUpon App Discovery Working Like a Charm

StumbleUpon has just announced that since the app's release, there has been over a million app stumbles.

Verizon Issuing Update to Droid Incredible Next Week, Adding V CAST Apps

Verizon will be issuing an update next week to the Droid Incredible. Among the features included in the release is the addition of the V CAST Apps storefront.

Ads Within Apps, the Rovio Approach

Simply put, ads within apps can be a sore topic on all sides.  Nobody likes to see ads popping up every time they perform...

EXCLUSIVE! Get Two Hot Games for Free from Get Jar Today!

If you were listening to the our Android Guys Thursday Night Droid-Cast last night, you heard Patrick Mork of Get Jar drop to our...

Developer’s Spotlight: Mini-Squadron’s Daniel Smith

Like many of you, I am a huge fan of  Mini-Squadron on Android.  Hands down it is probably the best 2D shooter on Android....

Listen to AndroidGuys Podcast #67: “Facebook Phones and MySpace Tablets”

This week's episode of the AndroidGuys Monday night podcast is now available to listen to on demand. As per the norm our panel consisted of AndroidGuys staff members Sam Herren and myself as well as Nick Gray (HTCSource) and Andrew Kamika (Androinica). Joining us this week was Eric Lehman as where we dished on Sprint, EVO 4G, Epic 4G, SERO, and rumored handsets.

Big Hunter lets you step back in time to fend for yourself (review)

There are all kinds of weapons-based games in the Play Store: gun games, vehicle combat (airplane, tank, etc), archery, and the like. The South...

Amazon Appstore for Android gets 2.0 refresh for Kindle Fire debut

The Android Market alternative gets in-app purchases, faster downloads, and more.

Some Verizon Android Phones Cheaper Than Free From Amazon

In a move that starts to show the unique ways Amazon has to promote its Appstore, the online retailer will begin giving $25 in...

More Rumblings About an Amazon Android Tablet

By now, if you have been reading the tea leaves about the advances that Amazon has made in the Android ecosystem, you should be...

BREAKING: Amazon Launches Cloud Player for Android and Web, Cloud-Streaming Music At Long Last!

Amazon seems to be on a roll lately, and have just released Cloud Player and Cloud Drive, a cloud-based music streaming solution for the web, and more interestingly, mobile devices like Android. Each user is given 5GB of space in their personal Cloud Drive (unless the user purchases an MP3 album on AmazonMP3, which will automatically and freely boost their space to 20GB for one year) to handle their music. Interesting features include the ability to re-download anything that is uploaded to the Cloud Drive, and the ability stream all of the music stored online to any Android device that has the Amazon MP3 app installed.

Paid Apps that Pay Off: $150,000 in a Month

We all know the Android Market's bad rap: developers make money on paid apps. Rovio said so. Larva Labs said so. Even Google said so recently, saying that the number of paid app purchases are not increasing as they should with the increases in use of Android in general. So it must be true, right? Developers trying to make a buck on Android should just monetize with ads?Well, maybe not. Certainly, it's worth pointing out that there are counter-examples to the conventional wisdom, examples of developers whose paid apps have generated a decent chunk of revenue. This series of posts will look at a few examples, including one developer who brought in more than $150,000 in revenue in less than a month from a single app.