Mar 25 AT 1:02 PM Taylor Wimberly 12 Comments

Engadget releases Android application

Some people might consider Engadget as one of our competitors, but we are actually friends. They were a little slow to jump on the Android bandwagon, but Engadget is now one of the best sources for exclusive news about Google’s mobile operating system. Engadget has Sprint as one of their top sponsors and they were all over the HTC EVO 4G announcement with great coverage.

We already knew this was coming, but the Engadget app for Android has finally been released. The app allows quick access to all of their content including Engadget, Engadget Mobile, Engadget HD, podcasts, the Engadget Show, galleries, and more. The overall user interface is extremely polished for its first release and Engadget is already planning an update to add a home screen widget.

I’m glad the app came out when it did because we have been planning an update to our aging RSS widget which will be a full blown app. I know Clark is up to the challenge, but the bar has just been raised.

Source: Engadget

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