As a PC gamer, this one hits a little closer to home. Steam is a powerful and huge PC gaming community and store which allows you to purchase games and play them with a variety of friends who use Steam’s platform. In fact, several games released today require that you use Steam in order to play ... Read More »
There are a plethora of options out there when it comes to listening to streaming music on your Android devices. One of our staff favorites has been Slacker Radio, which allows users to create custom radio stations based on a song or artist that you like.
We’ve partnered with Slacker Radio to give ... Read More »
As a gamer, I have been somewhat disappointed to date with the lack of high-caliber games available on the Android platform. Sure, we have runaway successes such as Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, and Cut the Rope, but unless you’ve managed to get your hands on a console emulator before Google removed the bulk of them ... Read More »
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Spotify signed on as one of the leading musical partners at Facebook’s F8 conference yesterday. Users of the popular social media service will be able to listen to Spotify through their Facebook profile, which can share what you’re listening to with your Facebook friends.
Along with the Facebook-friendly announcement, Spotify has announced that ... Read More »
Sphero has sent us over some pictures of their final production model for their upcoming Android phone accessory. (You can check it out in the gallery at the end of this post). We call Sphero an accessory loosely, as Sphero is much more a gaming accessory that you happen to control with your Android device.
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By now, you should all know about Skype, the immensely popular video-chatting service that allows users to have video conversations over the PC. Though anyone with a PC and an internet connection can use Skype to it’s fullest potential, Skype’s Android application has only allowed video calling for a grand total of 4 Android devices. ... Read More »
The never ending quest for the right keyboard may be harsh, but it is something that every Android enthusiast must go through. A keyboard is a very personal part of your phone, since it is the tool that lets you communicate with others (messaging), and the world (wide web?). It also helps facilitate many functions ... Read More »
The folks over at Swiftkey are hard at work developing a version of their popular keyboard application specifically for tablets to launch alongside Honeycomb later this month.
The awesome looking tron-esque keyboard is shaking things up a bit by placing a full numeric keypad in the middle of the letter keys when in landscape mode. ... Read More »
ShopSavvy is the longest running barcode scanner application for Android, launching in the first wave of apps for the Android Market. Since it was released, it has truly been one of Android’s must-have applications. Today, Big in Japan has officially released the fourth version of ShopSavvy, which brings a revamped user interface that mimics the ... Read More »
SCVNGR has announced a massive update to their Android application, including a UI-facelift as well as several new features. For those of you not familiar with SCVNGR, SCVNGR is a check-in-based game that challenges users to go places and complete mini-challenges to earn points. In the past few months, SCVNGR has partnered with retailers such ... Read More »