Appolicious – And the survey says… With so many mobile operating systems on the market, it’s a wonder Android is able to keep up with itself. Its OS alone has several iterations, from 1.5 to 2.2, with Gingerbread updates on the horizon. So how does its market distribution play out? Some interesting reports have emerged [...]
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Appolicious – TweetPhoto Pro can be described as a photo-sharing app for your Android phone, but it’s programmed to do more than just that. However, you might want to try downloading other services before looking to this one.
Appolicious – Samsung sees success Samsung (005930.KS) has sold a reported 600,000 Galaxy Tabs in the few weeks since launching on the market, showing a rising demand for Android tablets. Apple’s (AAPL) iPad alternative has been on sale worldwide for several months, while the ongoing holiday season is expected to push Samsung sales further.
Appolicious – Pinch – iMessenger HD’s big selling point is it allows free texting over Wi-Fi and 3G Internet connections. But it does a lot more than that.
Appolicious – Get the latest weather forecast in your area in a snap. My-Cast Weather for Android phones brings more than just your average weather app. Check severe weather reports, animated radar maps, and much more. This is the one-stop answer for all your weather needs.
Appolicious – It was a pretty good week for the Android Market, with several big brands unveiling their shiny new Android apps. Even Google got in on the fun, updating its Maps app with a dedicated “Places” icon.
Appolicious – Here’s the good news: Opera is out of beta and now available in the Android marketplace as Opera Mini Browser.
Appolicious – Things are really heating up with ebook readers for Android; a release from Borders makes this the third week in a row we’ve seen a major ebook reader launch a product in the Android Market.
Appolicious – The Kindle book reader has finally made its way to the Android Market, giving Amazon a nice bundle of mobile apps. While iPhone users have had a number of high quality readers for their phones, Android users have been left with fewer selections.
Appolicious – Providing a solution to reading PDFs on the Android platform, Adobe Reader sets the standard for experience and quality. Simple to use, pinch and zoom to read your documents. Utilize the Reflow option to conveniently format your document to your handheld’s screen.