Flipboard for Android was previously available as a public beta, but has now ditched the beta tag and released onto the Google Play Store. In light of it’s full release, Flipboard for Android has added new features, most notably support for Google+ and YouTube, meaning you can get those feeds directly ... Read More »
We learned last week that Flipboard for Android was going to be a Galaxy S III exclusive when the device launches later this month. Of course, the development community knew that as soon as someone got their grubby hands on the Galaxy S III it would be posted somewhere for easy download for any device. ... Read More »
While many of our readers have been worried about Facebook sharing too much information, others see that as a great feature. One of the latest ways of sharing your life with your family and friends is a feature called Facebook Timeline. It took a bit of time, but Facebook has just ... Read More »
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Flickr came out of left field today during the hoopla that was the Amazon Kindle Fire announcement and released their Android application on the Market. Users of the photo sharing service (especially those who pay for the Pro tier of service) have been anxiously awaiting any sort of communication from Flickr or Yahoo! about an Android ... Read More »
Though Facebook is widely considered to be the red-headed stepchild in the Android community now that Google has launched a social network of their own, the service continues to grow at a baffling rate. It now claims over 850 million users. Facebook’s Android application has been fairly uninspired and most updates to date have ... Read More »
If you live on the east coast of the United States, chances are you’ve heard of this little thing called Hurricane Irene, a severe storm that may wreak havoc from North Carolina all the way up to Maine.
If you do happen to be in harm’s way (we’re sending safe, happy thoughts your way!), the ... Read More »
Facebook has just announced the release of Facebook Messenger, a new application for Android devices that aims to simplify and quicken the exchange of messages between you and Facebook friends or individuals in your phone’s contact list.
Facebook Messenger is essentially an alternative SMS application that attempts to differentiate itself by adding integration with the ... Read More »
Mozilla has released an updated version of their Firefox 4 Beta browser application on the Android market. With this update, Mozilla is touting faster start-up, page load times and improved zooming ability and responsiveness.
Mozilla does have some benchmark tests to back up their speedy claims, with several tests showing that Firefox is 2-3 times ... Read More »
It seems there is an uptick in the number of iOS games being ported over to the Android platform. With the success of the Angry Birds beta over the past few weeks, it’s likely we’re going to see this trend continue. And I’m okay with that; Android needs more high quality games, and ... Read More »
We’ve been a bit busy and short-handed this week at Android and Me, leaving a single staff member to suggest all three apps this week. Aren’t you guys lucky?
This week I’ve rounded up a collection of three utility apps I find myself using frequently to get things done. upStream is a Flickr uploader, adbWireless ... Read More »