Have you ever wanted to make your very own personalized android guy? Well androidify does just that. its a free app from the google play store. This app is made by google. You can download the app here. It starts out with just a normal green android guy that you can customize. With many different options to [...]
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Google has pushed an update out for the Android Gmail app today that brings some of the ICS flavor to Honeycomb devices. Now of course there are also some fixes and new features for Gingerbread and Froyo devices, however the largest changes will only be felt by those that are using Honeycomb.
When Twitter acquired Tweetdeck about a year ago I, like many others, was concerned as to what would be come of the Tweetdeck Android app. Well it looks like Twitter is finally getting around to doing something with it, and it looks like the power users will be kept in mind with the update. There is [...]
One of the things that drove me crazy about the Google ecosystem was that everything was a little spread out, and there wasn’t a really “one-stop-shop” for everything that I buy or download from Google. Today Google has unveiled their solution to this with Google Play. The new store can be found at play.google.com, and will replace [...]
The Google + app for Android received an update today. I am sure that many of you have already grabbed the update, but may be wondering what is different besides the new red icon. Well the updated Google + app now allows you to +1 photos and comments from the app, as well as high-definition [...]
When the iPhone 4S was announced and Siri was shown off many people didn’t see why anyone would use it. However once people started getting the 4S in their hands they quickly realized how useful, and fun, Siri could be. Today marks the launch of Cluzee on the Android Market, and it could be the first real competitor for [...]
If you are looking for an alternative to the stock browser on Android, then you may want to check out the latest version of Firefox. Firefox 8 for Android brings some nice new features with improved performance, adding bookmarks to the homescreen and their master password function.
Swiftkey is now testing a feature that might help you type faster even if your already quick with the keyboard. Multitouch is in the works for tablets and smartphones, and it’s being tested in a two-week alpha stage for the developer’s VIP track.
If you are one of the lucky ones you may have noticed that your Android Market has updated recently. The latest build is 3.3.11 and it brings some nice new settings as well as a minor UI change. Hit the break for some more information and the download link.
RIM, creator of the very popular device, BlackBerry has released more information on apps and services not able to run on the PlayBook Android Player. The PlayBook is RIM’s first ever tablet, I can’t lie it’s a cool tablet, I used to have one. Think.co.uk was on hand to gather the information at DroidCon the [...]