As it stands, Plume is one of the more popular third-party Twitter clients available for Android. With a clean UI, multiple options for customization and timely updates, Plume currently stands with a four and a half star rating in the Market. And its team of authors (LevelUp Studio) has earned the rank of Top Developer. ... Read More »
Popular micro-blogging site Posterous has announced the release of an Android application, which allows users to quickly and easily post text, pictures, and video to their blogs while on the go. Posterous, like similar service Tumblr, provides users with a dedicated blog-space so you can easily share content with other individuals.
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Lease coming up and looking to move? College student heading back to school for the new school year and looking for a different place to stay? Padmapper hopes to provide you with the tools to make your search as easy as possible, and it does the job quite well.
Launching the Padmapper application takes you ... Read More »
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Back in May, we reviewed version 1 of the PayPal Android Application, finding it to be a relatively easy way to manage your PayPal account from your Android phone.
Yesterday, PayPal announced a major update to their application, which adds two cool new features as well as a complete redesign of the application UI.
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One could argue that high-quality games come very infrequently to the Android market. Sure, there are a handful or so of games out there that are worth the $2-10 developers are asking for them, but the number of must-have Android games remains relatively small.
Emulators, such as NESoid and SNESoid (among others) in the Android ... Read More »
Business travel is arguably one of the most gut-wrenching processes known to man. All you business professionals out there know what I’m talking about. You have to make sure to save every single receipt from your travels for months and months after the fact, and spend hours putting together an expense report upon your return.
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Here at A&M we have written a lot of stories recently about mobile check-in services such as Foursquare, Gowalla, and SCVNGR. These check-in location-based apps allow you to share your life by sharing your location and a brief comment with your Facebook and Twitter friends. Picplz hopes to take this new social networking ... Read More »
Paypal is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways to pay for things online, offering strict security encryption of your personal data and the convenience of being accepted at most major online retailers. Paypal is also a very good way for organizations or groups to accept donations, or for some employers to pay their ... Read More »
PicSay Pro can be used simply for fun, to show off, or for legitimate photo editing.
Highly customizable widget provides a variety of different layout sizes to fit any user situation.