Home / Tag Archives: google (page 19)

Tag Archives: google

Sprout Social for Android Review

sproutsocial (8)

Sprout Social has been around as a web-based desktop client for some time and they've also offered an iOS app for a while. Now, they've updated the Android application to let you better "manage your social media on the go."

Read More »

CyanogenMod 9 Music App Now Available for Android 4.0

device-2012-01-16-120309

It will only work on devices which run Ice Cream Sandwich though for now and will not be streaming music from your Google Music account. Neal expects that he will be able to backport CM9 Music “as much as possible”, but some features such as notification and lockscreen controls on older Android versions will have to be sacrificed.

Read More »

Polaroid Reveals First 16MP Android Smartphone Camera

polaroid-sc1630-1

We are well aware that high end smartphones are now capable of producing very good snapshots and decent videos. This time, Polaroid's SC1630 camera is blurring the line. It runs Google Android phone OS . Hence, it's a camera that can make phone calls. In this respect, Polaroid prefers to call this device a "phone camera" (stress on "camera"), and not your regular "camera phone".

Read More »

10 Video FAQs about ASUS Eee Pad Transformer

Asus-Eee-Pad-Transformer-TF101-brilliant-Tablet-With-Mobile-Docking-Station

ASUSTeK Computer goes to extraordinary measures to appeal to widest possible audience of their potential customers. Original ASUS Eee Pad Transformer was and still is one of the most popular 10-inch Android slates, even if the Transformer Prime clearly takes the role of ASUS flagship tablet.

Read More »

CES 2012: What Not To Expect

mobilemag_ces

When we cover shows like CES, there's always an anxiety for us not to overlook or miss something worthy, or simply deserving special attention. With a small team on the show floor just walking around a vast sea of gadgetry within acres of indoor Vegasness, it's easy to let things slip by.

Read More »

Holo Everywhere

Holo-Theme

Translating these statements from Googlese, it means that if manufacturers won't comply to this requirement of inclusion of this compulsory Holo theming as default. In its turn, it means that instead of their own, quite incompatible with Android 4.0 theming (think about Samsung's TouchWiz, HTC's Sense UI, and others) such "fragmented" devices either won't get a license for official Android 4.0, or at least won't get access to Google's Android Market and Google Apps. Or both.

Read More »

Android Market Hits 400,000 Apps

android-overview-active

Google's Android Market reportedly raised past the 400,000 app mark this past weekend. It was just last April when Android Market got 200,000 apps. Then, next 100,000 apps were registered in last August, according to Distimo, an app store tracking service.

Read More »

Android’s Siri “Clone” Removed From Android Market

fake-siri-android

One of the latest apps to join this “fake app” bandwagon comes from a developer called “Official App” which is no doubt designed to fool inexperienced Android users. This so-called “developer” has recently put up an app called "Siri on the Android Market, fooling people into thinking it’s the real thing.

Read More »

Arcade Game Emulator MAME Now Out For Google Chrome

unnamed

Of course, there are many other classic games of the past that work on Google's Chrome, but if you are after that classic arcade feel and look you've got hooked too long ago, there's no comparison. Pac-Man lives! There's also that mobile MAME imame4all app which will give you the same MAME games on both Android and iOS.

Read More »

Study Claims Android Is For Apps, iOS For Games

idroid

Android has its positive features (more open, more freeware oriented) and negative (malware and security issues), while iOS has its positives (better games, better security) and negatives (not as open, not as much freeware). It really boils down to what you are looking for in an OS, not which is better than the other.

Read More »