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I downloaded Bonfire Media's "Pocket Auctions for eBay" night and instantly fell in love with it.Â Upon opening it up, I'm greeted with options...
Welcome to the second edition of our Android software snapshot reviews.Â As we did before with the games, we're providing quick, one paragraph reviews...
Yesterday saw the launch of Opera Mini 4.2 for Android.Â We used to get pretty jazzed whenever there was a release of Opera Mini,...
Another week, another list of two great apps and a third that could use some improvement! It seems like the Android Market is slowing down,...
Weekly series of reviews from AndroidGuys and AndroidApps! See who gets our picks for best game, best app, and who needs a little help.
As a replacement for the preloaded IM client for Android, this one works well, but leaves us wanting more. A smooth running messaging app that has room to grow.
A beautifully simple premise of an app that helps keep your toddler occupied without the worry of pushing the wrong buttons.
Don't be fooled by the basic look of this one. Coloroid sucks you in and begs for more of your free time than you really have.
This time around we randomly picked a time waster game. Is it something we can picture ourselves messing around with while waiting at the doctor's office?
Caller ID gets a big boost with features like name recognition and an address that can be mapped with your location based handset.
One of the most popular iPhone applications is now available for Android users. Shazam integrates with MySpace and Amazon MP3 and allows users to discover new music and purchase tracks in a mobile environment. ALL FOR FREE.
The first software title we're reviewing is the music streaming application that offers some handy benefits. A few handy features makes this one a must have for any Android owner.
Your favorite source for Android news and opinion will soon be offering software and accessories for your G1 and more!
TechCrunch posed an interesting question today when they brought up the ease in which one might get around your Android login. Is it that much to get concerned over?
Another coup for AndroidGuys. This time, the developers get to eat the fruits of the labor. Grab the latest version of the Android SDK and get started!