Nokia X now one step closer to a ‘real’ Android phone you won’t want to buy
When Nokia was handing out Nokia X developer units, they had to know this was coming. Using the Framaroot app the Nokia X has been rooted, and with root comes the ability to add other apps to the system — including Google’s own closed-source apps.
Now you can have your Google [Read More...]
See what we’ve been using on our phones and tablets the last two weeks
You may have noticed that we took a one week hiatus from our Apps of the Week post due to all of the shennanigans surrounding our extensive coverage of MWC. We’re right back on track this Saturday though, ready to bring you a list of apps to check out straight from the folks here at Android [Read More...]
LinkedIn, the business professionals choice in social networking, is set to introduce advertising into their mobile applications according to their Chief Executive.
On an earnings call this week, Jeff Weiner said that the company is ready to “start to introduce advertising in our mobile solutions.” No timeframe was offered for this, but he went on to talk extensively about the mobile opportunities for the network.
Rumours are rife around [Read More...]
Valve didn’t release an official Steam app for Android devices until last week, so some folks have been relying on third-party apps to get their fix of checking the stores, [Read More...]
January’s almost over and this is the first Android Apps Alert of 2012. Madness, I know, but things kept moving even while we were away dealing with CES and other things. App makers must [Read More...]
I’m not exactly sure how many folks out there use apps from Yahoo but if you’re among those that do, you’ll want to check the list below. Reason being – Yahoo is laying some of their mobile apps to rest to focus on a whole new set of apps that more so meet users needs. So what apps got the cut?
Yahoo! Meme (iPad and iPhone) Yahoo! Mim (iPad) Yahoo! Answers (Android) Yahoo! [Read More...]
Most of us love our physics-based Android games, and all the technology that is packed into our phones and tablets. With cameras, GPS, accelerometer, magnetic sensor and so many other features standard, the average Android phone was a [Read More...]
If you are a new Android user and you want to start loading up your device with useful apps, you might need a helping hand. This could come from AppZilla, [Read More...]
Google is taking more steps to make Android have a more consistent look and feel. Following recent announcements that all manufacturers Google-certified devices must have the [Read More...]