Tag Archive: Apps

5 more great Black Friday and holiday shopping apps

Last year, we reviewed 6 Android Shopping Apps for Black Friday and Beyond in an attempt to help you quickly and efficiently hit the mall (or web) to kick off the holiday season. Some of those apps are still great tools to have, but a few new contenders popped up to be your desired shopping app for Android Holiday 2011. Here are a few  [Read More…]

Android Apps Alert #79: Apps for Music, Food, Photos, and Games

Forgive the delay but sickness and dedication kept me from recapping the best new Android apps the last two weeks. On the bright side, we did have some good Android app reviews and some fun things happen in recent weeks. Still, that’s no substitute for letting you know which great new Android apps should be loaded to your phone or tablet, so let’s get  [Read More…]

Kindle Fire gets Android Market, Google Apps; Nook Tablet gets Amazon App Store


Gotta love development for affordable tablets! The Amazon Kindle Fire is great, but at that price point it’s missing many of the features more expensive tablets have. Due to Amazon’s business plan, one of the missing features happens to be Google Apps. This includes the Android Market, as well as all other Google applications, like Gmail, Maps, Books, YouTube, Talk, etc.

Kindle Fire

If you’ve been missing Google’s services, there’s now  [Read More…]

Kindle Fire will get Hulu Plus and “several thousand” apps, but not all Android apps will be compatible

The Amazon Kindle Fire launches next week with thousands of apps available through the just re-launched Amazon Appstore for Android. Amazon just sent us a note that Hulu Plus and ESPN Scorecenter will be among the big names of apps joining the lineup of Fire options.

However, according to tech mover and shaker Robert Scoble, not all Android apps will be compatible with the  [Read More…]

Taptu announces three exclusive Nook Color apps — Taptu Fashion, Taptu Food, and Taptu Lifestyle

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Taptu, the folks behind the popular news reader that lets you “DJ” your news, has announced three exclusive RSS feed apps for the Nook Color — Taptu Fashion, Taptu Food, and Taptu Lifestyle.  Each comes pre-loaded with content, and have over 200,000 streams from major media publications,  [Read More…]

Unvision Android apps for TV and radio are now en el Android Market

Spanish-language broadcast network Univision has released its official Android apps for television and radio. Both apps provide tremendous access to Univision, adding plenty of content geared for either media format.

Univision, as in the app for the TV network, is a nice resource for news, photos, and video clips from Univision’s programming and website. The Android 2.1+ app offers galleries and articles for beauty  [Read More…]

Android Apps Alert #78: Happy Halloween Edition

Each week, Androinica.com does a weekly round-up of the best new and noteworthy Android apps. We scour the Android Market so you don’t have to. Below is a list of a few Android apps, games, and live wallpapers that may interest you. Click the “Install App” button to be taken to the Android Market page and get download links.

AMC Mobile

Android 2.1 or  [Read More…]

Google Apps customers can now access Google+

Quick programming note for those of you out there who use Google Apps and are ticked off that Google+ was previously unusable with your existing account. Google VP Vic Gundotra has just announced that Google+ customers can finally join the much-talked-about and quickly-adopted social network.

Apps customers will be able to access Google+ the same way as “regular” users, and the same features will  [Read More…]

Android Apps Alert #77: Social Overload Edition

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As far as GTD and project management apps go, ActionComplete has long been one of the more powerful. Allowing users to create detailed to-do lists, multi-level actions to get things  [Read More…]


Recently, I was given the (what I thought would be) amazing task of doing an Android adult app roundup.  I prepared myself with a pre-paid debit card, a clear mind, a 12-pack of Milwaukee’s finest and a dark room — and went on a download spree.  What was supposed to be informative and fun turned out to be a $ 10 pain in the ass and time spent on the phone with T-Mobile  [Read More…]