After much hoopla Google Wallet finally launched on the Nexus S last September, but it was only available on Sprint’s version of the phone and not T-Mobile’s. Then when Verizon announced their Galaxy Nexus, it was soon discovered that they would not support Google Wallet. Verizon claimed that Google Wallet “needs to be ... Read More »
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Planning to watch the New York Giants defeat the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl on Sunday? The NFL just released their official Super Bowl XLVI Guide to the Android Market where it’s free to download. It appears the app has a lot of features geared towards those lucky enough to be ... Read More »
My guess is that most of you have never heard of Nick Swinmurn before, but I bet you recognize the company he founded in 1999 called Zappos.com. With the help of Tony Hsieh and Alfred Lin from San Francisco-based Venture Frogs, Zappos went on to generate $1 billion in sales in 2008 and then sold to ... Read More »
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Just one day after Facebook updated their Android app, Twitter has decided to roll out a simplified design across all of their clients, including the Android app. The new Twitter for Android just went live on the Market only minutes ago, so go grab the update now.
Twitter’s latest update focuses around ... Read More »
Today Facebook announced a major update for their Android app that focuses on speed. Photos and albums will be 2x faster, notifications will be highlighted up top, and the menu options have been moved to the right side of the screen. We haven’t seen the update available on the Android Market yet, but Facebook says it will ... Read More »
As part of our increasing focus on you, the loyal reader, we’re pleased to introduce a new weekly series called Topic Tuesday. Each Tuesday we’ll post a question for user-only discussion. In exchange for your opinions, we’ve increased the points for a comment upvote on these posts, so sharing something useful to the community ... Read More »
Still think check-in apps are lame and useless? Foursquare just announced their 4.0 release for iOS, which includes a new feature called Radar that can automatically alert you about nearby things you might be interested in.
Google+ could be the fastest growing site in history with 25 million users since its launch, but it has a long way to go to catch up with Twitter (200 million) and Facebook (750 million). In order to make it easier to sign up, Google just rolled out a new feature that ... Read More »
Back in May when Netflix announced the release of its Android app, the company promised to quickly expand the list of supported devices. And it seems they’re staying true to that promise. Netflix has quietly rolled out support today for a whopping 16 new Android devices, bringing the total number of Netflix-ready Android devices to ... Read More »
No, you’re not dreaming. Spotify is finally coming to the United States. After more than two years of blessing our European brothers with their presence, Spotify is ready to bring their service to the US. If you’re interested in signing up for Spotify, you can do so by going here.
For those of ... Read More »