Early last month we told you about A.I.type and their need for beta testers for a new “floating” spilt keyboard. Fast-forward to today, and the beta product is now finished, and FloatNSplit Tablet Keyboard is now available in the Android Market. Based on the original A.I.type keyboard and it’s amazing prediction engine, FloatNSplit brings a new and unique user interface for tablet users, with a split keyboard that’s not only [Read More...]
Brancott Estate, a winery based out of New Zealand, has just launched their first Android and iOS app, and along with it, they’ve started putting QR codes on all of their wine bottles. When you use the app to scan the code printed on the label with your phone’s camera, it offers food pairing suggestions, along with some more elbaorate promotions, like an augmented reality view and a puzzle game. The Brancott [Read More...]
FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction is demolition racing at its extreme. The PC series has previously been available through Steam, but now the developer Team6 is bringing their latest creation to the Android Market. Company CEO Ronnie Nelis recently revealed that FlatOut 3′s popular Stuntman mode would be turned into a full-blown game for Android devices.
The concept of the game is simple. Gameplay includes the player driving their vehicles into [Read More...]
Google has updated two of its most useful but rarely mentioned applications. Both Google Docs and Chrome to Phone have been updated to address long-standing issues and improve the day-to-day [Read More...]
Remember the Androidified TPU Skin Case for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus? (Those are the ones we gave away just a week ago. We’ve now got them in stock at ShopAndroid.com. They’re available in 10 colors — orange, green, teal, smoke, clear, pink purple, red, blue and black — and feature the Android “Bugdroid” icon, so you can show your Android pride with just a flick of the wrist.
Plus, These Cruzerlite gel [Read More...]
Samsung just released a teaser video for their upcoming Super Bowl XLVI ad. This is the company’s first Super Bowl ad, so they decided to go all out with a 90 second spot, one of the longest of the big game. Samsung previously announced that the Bobby Farrelly, known for directing famous comedy films There’s Something About Mary, Dumb and Dumber and Kingpin, would produce the ad and it would run during the 4th quarter.
Today’s survey statistics involve quite a deal of comic ‘relief.’ Not only are we dominating the smartphone market, but we’re also beating everyone in other fields. According to a couple of surveys, it seems Android users are most likely to use their phone while in the toilet and to have one night stands.
Smartphones & Toilets
The first numbers come from marketing agency 11mark. This survey relates to the use of [Read More...]
Welcome to the best Android Phones as of Feb. 1, 2012. Or you can call them our favorite Android phones. Or the top Android phones. Really, call them whatever you want. Here’s what you’re getting: Our unabashed, unapologetic and unequivocal list of what we consider to be the best Android smartphones available on the four major U.S. carriers today.
You can’t have this sort of list [Read More...]
Google today has updated a couple of its apps — Chrome to Phone and Google Docs.
Chrome to Phone, which was rolled out alongside Android 2.2 Froyo in 2010, is a slick little service that lets you send links from your computer directly to your phone. No e-mailing, no … whatever — just click “Chrome to Phone,” and it zips from big screen [Read More...]
Radio Shack is known for throwing customers a bargain here and there, but the company is making that a daily fixture at its retail stores. Today, Radio Shack [Read More...]