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Google released its official Blogger app for iPhone and iPod touch, enabling users users to post their Blogger blogs through their mobile devices.
Google has good news for bloggers! They can now post and publish their blogs on Blogger immediately, or even save it as a draft through their iPhone and iPod touch. They can also open a blog post that they’ve been working on from their desktop and continue editing it on their mobile.
Google released the official Blogger app for the iPhone and iPod touch last Thursday. The said app is a modest first effort that will let its users to post, upload photos, tag a post, add labels and more to their blog.
The Blogger app for iOS 3.2 and above is currently available to download for free at the App Store. But if you’re using an Android-based device, you can download it from the Android Market.View Article Source »
Good news subscribers! Android Market just had its overhaul and is now available to 99 new countries.
Following the Google I/O conference, the Android Market underwent an overhaul with its new interface for mobile and desktop. In addition to that, discovering new apps were made easy! The online version of the Android Market now has a revamped Top App Charts, showing the Android applications that are doing best. They are also country-specific, making it relevant to the user. Other than the Top App Charts, the Android Market also has Top New Free, Top New Paid and Top Grossing lists on its home page. Google also created an “Editor’s Choice”, which consists of apps selected by the Android Market staff.
For the developers who are doing well, they will appear on the Top Developer section of the Android Market’s homepage with a special badge next to their name. For the Android users, they will ultimately appreciate how easy it is to install new apps now. They no longer need to go through the application on their phone and install it from there.Read the rest of the article »
The quick red Mozilla Firefox jumped over the fence to Android's backyard.
In case you’re not fully satisfied with your Android browsers on your mobile devices, well Mozilla Firefox may (or may not) quench your thirst for some web browser goodness, as its final version launches to the Android Market today. Unfortunately, the browser won’t be coming with the Adobe Flash software. Strike one for Mozilla already, but let’s give the browser a chance, eh?
“For us, HTML5 and the open Web video standards are most important right now,” said Thomas Arend, Mozilla’s principal Product Manager. “Flash is a reality, though — I’m aware that it’s there and it’s going to be around for a while — so we’re definitely looking into it and will look into enabling Flash plugins in a future version.”Read the rest of the article »
With thousands of apps up for grabs and a free paid app on a daily basis, there is almost nothing wrong with the Amazon Appstore. But how can you bring it on your mobile device?
It’s barely been a week since the Amazon Appstore has opened for business to Android cultists everywhere. And the reviews have been amazing to say the least. With an easy to navigate interface, a stellar line-up of apps available (though there are some quintessential apps missing), plus free paid apps on a daily basis, the App Store is on a mission to rock the mobile market down to the core.
There are some people out there though, that’s a tad confused on how to get started with the Amazon Appstore. So here’s a short but sweet infographic – courtesy of Amazon.com – on how to get the software into your mobile devices.
Hit the break and start your adventure into the world of the Amazon Appstore!Read the rest of the article »
Android Market app developers are going to get richer, as Google opens the door to in-app purchases.
Google has given the go signal to Android app developers to test their in-app purchases system through the Android Market. The company is expected to fully roll-out the feature next week.
Users can make in-app purchases using their existing Google Market account, giving a coherent solution for both developers, consumers, and ultimately Google.Read the rest of the article »
Google Android Market treads into unstable waters as Android developers hit them for lack of protection.
Google Android doesn’t have everything, and put anti-game copying policies into the list as well. Android developers aren’t particularly happy with their games being blatantly copied by other developers over at the Android Market, more so they aren’t happy with the way Google is handling the situation. One of who is Kevin Baker, developer of the Android game Sinister Planet, whose game has been copied and repackaged for sale by a developer named Joyworld.Read the rest of the article »
Adobe Photoshop Express has all the intuitive and aesthetic photo-editing needs of an average Joe. But if you're looking for a more hardcore photo-editing tool, then you should've used a PC/Mac in the first place.
The Android Market provides tons of free photo-editing apps that allow users to spice up their images in their own unique way. But with the deluge of photo-editing apps available, it’s a little impractical to download and try them all out.
Usually when we look into an app, we often (but not all the time) look at the name first, and then the reviews. We’re quite a sucker for free branded apps and download them immediately upon sight. Not all the times we get satisfied of what we got, but there are times also when these branded apps deliver the right amount of good stuff for our aesthetic needs; one of these is the Adobe Photoshop Express.Read the rest of the article »
Google just released its Remote App Removal feature for infected Android devices. But is it enough to protect Android users from other malicious exploits?
A news that over 50 malicious applications in the Android Market were found broke last Tuesday. However, Google removed the said applications without leaving any public comment on the issue. But the question remains: What will happen to the apps that were already downloaded?
In response to this, Google unleashed the “Remote App Removal” feature last Saturday, wiping out malicious Android apps from infected devices without any additional action from the users. In addition to this, the search-engine giant will also push an Android Market security update to prevent attackers from acquiring more information via exploit.Read the rest of the article »
"Launching this month! Amazon Appstore for #Android" ---Millennial Media tweet
There’s no stopping the arrival of the Amazon Appstore for Android, but the question “When will come out?” still hangs in the air. But maybe we can see some shining light over a tweet by ad network Millennial Media which says that the said appstore is “launching this month.” Millenial Media also shared a couple of things about the Amazon.com – Android team-up and how it would be a “great opportunity” for developers to strut their apps. Unfortunately no particular details were shared.Read the rest of the article »
E-books make an entry at the Android Market. Will Movies and Music sections come next?
Over the past week, Android lovers has been in a frantic frenzy (Gadg is well aware of its redundancy) with the rise of new Android Market URLS which fixated us on two, to be specific: http://market.android.com/music/ and http://market.android.com/movies/. But before we go crazy over the two yet-to-be-functioning URLs, let’s give some love as we welcome […]Read the rest of the article »
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