At long last, Google has released an Android version of the popular Chrome browser onto the Android Market as a beta for all Ice Cream Sandwich devices. Similar to it’s PC and Mac brethren, Google Chrome for Android focuses on bringing speed and simplicity to your browsing experience, as well as offering the ability to ... Read More »
Every once in a while we receive a tip that is way too awesome to pass up. Today’s tip comes from Illusion Ground, who has released an application which turns your Android phone into your very own “The Clapper”. The Clap Phone Finder application can detect the noise made while clapping and alerts your phone ... Read More »
Catch Notes today has announced the launch of Catch Notes for Honeycomb, a tablet-friendly version of their note-taking application for Android.
It’s getting close to another “stuff your face holiday” and I for one am going to do just that. We’ve made our menu and already I can tell I’m going to be full beyond belief, but the folks from WorkSmart Labs Inc. also saw this coming, and integrated two new fun ideas with ... Read More »
Last Wednesday, the Android market welcomed Calorific, a calorie-tracking app by WorkSmart Labs, Inc.. We remembered them from CardioTrainer (a successful weight-loss app) so we were excited to give it a try.
For the past week I have been diligently using Calorific, and it is exactly what it promises ... Read More »
One of the main reasons people use their Android phones is for the built-in GPS functionality. Back in October 2009, Google pissed off just about every GPS company by launching their very own free GPS navigation system, Google Navigation, which tightly integrates this service with the Android platform. The one catch with Google ... Read More »
As we have now reached the month of August, summer is coming to a close and millions of college students around the country are cramming in as much fun as they can before they need to once more start thinking about heading back to school.
Popular textbook money-saving search engine CampusBooks has released an Android ... Read More »
Back in May, Google announced the imminent release of Android 2.2, codenamed Froyo, to great fanfare. Froyo brought with it JIT compiler that gives increased speed to the Android platform and applications, updates to the Google search bar and launcher, built in tethering, support for installing apps on the SD card, and all kinds of ... Read More »
My parents told me to never talk politics with people you don’t know…or people you do know for that matter. As such, I’m not going to reveal my political tendencies, who my favorite candidate is, or whether I agree or disagree with the current health care reform legislation. What I will do, however, is suggest ... Read More »
Sometimes something about an app sticks out like a sore thumb.