Archive for the ‘Markets’ Category

Opera Mini And Mobile Get Bumps In Version Numbers, Tons Of New Features Included

If I have said it once, I have said it a million times every tries an alternative to the stock browser on Android at some point.  There are a bunch of choices out there, and not all of them have the features you are looking for.  Well Opera Mini and Opera Mobile have received some […]

Amazon Wireless Drops the Price of the Samsung DROID CHARGE, HTC ThunderBolt, HTC EVO 3D

Amazon Wireless has just let us know that they have dropped the prices on the following devices: Samsung DROID CHARGE: Without a contract $679.99/New Contract $149.99 HTC ThunderBolt: Without a contract $669.99/New Contract $149.99 HTC EVO 3D: Without a contract $469.99/New Contract $179.99 Head on over to Amazon Wireless and grab your new Android today! […]

Amazon Wireless Cuts The Price On Three Android Devices; The Infuse 4G, Atrix 4G And The LG Revolution

If you are in the market for a new phone Amason Wireless has just let us know about some very nice deals they have going on at the the moment. They have recently dropped the price on three high end Android devices, the Infuse 4G and Atrix 4G for AT&T and the LG revolution for […]

Twidroyd Receives Update To Version 6.0 With Lots Of New Features!

When it comes to third party Twitter clients for Android the choices can be a little overwhelming.  UberMedia has announced the release of version 6.0 of their Android client Twidroyd, and it includes some very nice enhancements and new features.  UberMedia has called this one the “biggest release ever”, and here is the giant changelog; navigate in twidroyd with the awesome […]

Google Voice Updated, Includes Better Battery Life

For all you guys who use Voice, it has been updated in the market. The update’s changeling this time around is short and sweet. Two words: battery life. That’s right, an improvemnet in battery life is bestowed upon us. Also in the changelog, a fix to keep the screen on while checking your Voicemail, which […]

Google Maps Updates, Adds Live Transit Schedules

Ok, Google is on a roll these days! For my New York Android users (Lee, this one’s for you, bro.), Google has updated maps to integrate a real-time update stream for all bus lines. This is only available in a few select cities as of yet. These cities include San Diego, Boston, Portland, and San […]

Patrick’s Pick: my6sense Social Networking app

Ok. So, I’m a bit picky when it comes to the way I stay in touch. I set out to find an “all-in-one” social networking app, no avail. I did, on the other hand, find my6sense, which is very close! The only reason I would not give our subject a full “five-star” rating is the […]

Google’s +1 Button Now On The Android Web Market

If you aren’t familiar with the “+1″ button from Google, it is basically a way for you to recommend an app or whatever to anyone on your friends list.  The +1 button has now made it’s way to the Android Web Market, so you can now click it to recommend an app that you really […]

Dolphin HD 5 Sheds It’s Beta Title, And Goes Ads-Free

If you are looking for a new browser for your Android device you may want to check this one out.  The folks over at Dolphin have announced today that Dolphin HD 5 has shed it’s beta title and is now a full blown public release.  Dolphin browsers have always been one of my favourite third party options […]

Patrick’s Pick: Lookout Mobile Security

Have you ever wondered if some of those apps you are downloading are safe? Are you constantly losing your device? Enter Lookout. Lookout Mobile Security is essentially an all-in-one app that gives you that peace of mind that everyone needs these days. If you misplace your phone, you can send a “finding tone”, even if […]