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As the title and video suggest, I’ve done a quick review of Zedge, Mystic Halo, and QuickPic (which I did a written review of earlier this week). The video also contains a bit of Android news. If you’d like to try any of these apps for yourself, you can download them using their respective boxes below.
Does anyone else use Zedge, QuickPic, or Mystic Halo? Leave a comment after the break!
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The College and Pro football season is officially underway, having kicked off (pun #1) over the last week. As we head into a new season of following our favorite teams and athletes, we thought it would be a good idea to share our favorite football-related Android apps as well. The AndroidGuys team huddled (pun #2) together and came up with a list of more than 30 apps [Read More...]
Norton announced their 2012 product line this week and, sensing the growing mobile trend, unveiled a couple of new mobile-focused titles. Android users will be most concerned with a trio of titles, Norton Tablet Security, Norton Anti-Theft Beta, and Norton Online Family. These three are all new and speak to Norton’s commitment to protecting users everywhere, whether at a desktop or on the go.
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The National Football League has released an official app for Android tablets today, just hours before the season kicks off. Called NFL ’11, the app is a free download and provides on-demand NFL network news and info, teams new, game details, and more. We get the sense that this one was rushed out the door as the Android Market description advises that “more features in the coming days [Read More...]
A labeling snafu led to a false start last week, but this is the 72nd edition of Android Apps Alert. Androinica.com checks the Android Market each week to enhance your Android experience, then we pick some of the best and offer recommendations to our awesome readers (who sometimes share [Read More...]
On Wednesday, Google announced via their blog how Google App Engine (GAE) pricing will change as it moves out of ”preview” mode. I won’t bore you with the details of these changes. The important takeaway is that many GAE users will see substantial increases in operating costs. Since we are an Android blog and not an App Engine blog, you may be asking why we’re writing about this here. Well, we’re writing about [Read More...]
How would you feel if you could run iOS apps on your Android device? How about your Windows or Linux PC? It’s undoubtedly been thought of before, but no one has made any real attempt at doing anything about it. Until now.
An extremely ambitious project has found its way to Kickstarter in search of some much needed funding. In theory, iEMU sounds relatively simple. Create an honest to [Read More...]
Nokia’s developers are up in arms about not being able to develop on the new Nokia Windows phones with the QT interface framework. Currently developers can develop an app with QT and their app will work on all Nokia platforms but not once Windows Mobile is introduced. Nokia developers are complaining that they don’t want to have to program for Windows Mobile.
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Welcome to Android Apps Alert Volume 71. We actually missed an episode last week, but we’re back to tracking the interesting and noteworthy apps from the Android Market over the past two weeks. Our theme is Ask Me, Dell Me, Max Me because those represent some of the apps featured in this edition.
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