Tag Archive: Apps


BlackBerry makes it easy to port Android apps to its foundering platform

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Are you a developer who wants to resign, repackage and submit your Android apps to a dying BlackBerry platform for use on devices that are barely selling? RIM’s made it easy for you with the BlackBerry Tools SDK and ADT plug-in, and the BlackBerry Packager for Android.

OK, it’s not quite that bad. If you’re serious about submitting your apps for use on the BB PlayBook, the tool will check them for compatibility,  [Read More…]

TweetCaster dev talks Google+, social apps, and plans for Android development [Interviews]

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The name OneLouder may not be immediately familiar to most Android users, but it should be. That’s name of the company that has carved out a niche as a builder of apps at “the intersection of social and mobile.” So while you may not immediately recognize the OneLouder brand, you most certainly know its apps TweetCaster, FriendCaster,  [Read More…]

BlueStacks now available, brings Android apps to your PC in style

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It seems forever ago that BlueStacks was announced as coming soon but no — it’s finally here. In case you don’t remember, BlueStacks is for now, a Windows application that allows you to run Android apps directly on your computer and easily switch between say Windows and Android.

The BlueStacks Android Player was released in Alpha form last night and to go along with that came of course, the Android app syncer  [Read More…]

New Google Music and Google+ apps found in Ice Cream Sandwich build

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The fellows at Android Police have their hands on a couple new apps from the Ice Cream Sandwich build that’s floating around out there (how ’bout a dump for the community, Mr. Anon?), and with it comes with new Google Music and Google+ apps.  The new music app has a bit of a UI makeover, with more sleek (and less screen real-estate wasting) controls, most noticeable in the “now playing” screen,  [Read More…]

Android Apps Alert #75: ADT Pulse, Sandisk, Minecraft, and more edition

Each week, Androinica.com recaps some of the better and noteworthy apps to enter the Android Market. From time to time, we also include apps that receive important updates. Regardless of when they were introduced, these are apps worth getting. To suggest apps to be featured in this weekly round-up, message us on the official Androinica.com Twitter account.

ADT Pulse BETA

When I recently picked  [Read More…]

Alien Dalvik 2.0 set to bring Android apps to iPad at CTIA

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Myriad, a founding member of the Open Handset Alliance, has announced today that they will be showing off the latest Alien Dalvik 2.0 at CTIA 2011.

Alien Dalvik is a Dalvik virtual machine port that allows Android apps to run on devices not running Android. In the press release announcing Alien Dalvik 2.0, Myriad detailed some of the places where their software might pop up. Essentially, any device with a screen  [Read More…]

Apps World brings 2,500+ mobile tech workers together in NYC this November

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Androinica.com is a big fan of events and conferences that connect people involved in mobile technology. Next month, such an event will take place in New York City as more than 2,500 people meet up at Apps World North America.

Apps World is a global event series that attracts app developers, wireless carriers, marketing reps, and others  [Read More…]

Accessorize your Android apps in support of cancer research

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October is a busy month for Android considering that the BBQ just wrapped and the next Nexus device is slated to be announced next week. But October is a much bigger month in the scheme of life because it is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. A few developers in the Android world are trying to help fight  [Read More…]

Adobe debuts new Touch Apps; Photoshop Touch leads the way

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Today at Adobe MAX, the company announced the next steps for their insanely popular photo editing software Photoshop: an Android version of the application, called Photoshop Touch.

Featuring a ton of touch- and tablet-optimized controls, Adobe Photoshop Touch aims to be your one-stop-shop for photo editing on touchscreen devices. Currently in production for Android tablets, Photoshop Touch possesses both well-known and upcoming features that amateurs and professionals alike will be able  [Read More…]

Adobe’s Touch Apps sure look sweet

Adobe’s cracking through its first-day Adobe Max keynote today. And while we were teased with the Photoshop Touch SDK in the spring, we’re now getting down to brass tacks. The promo video above gives you an idea of what’s going on. And while things are always ideally edited in promo videos, you get a sense of what’s in store. We’re talking full digital content creation on Android (and iOS) devices. And as we type this, we’re watching a  [Read More…]