When are developers going to start releasing widgets for the Android home screen? If you are one of the many people who want this feature, then you must try out dxTop available in the Android Market for $3.99. Currently there are only 2 new widgets available, but the developer has released a ... Read More »
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RSS was invented for Android. There are many benefits of RSS for desktop users, but its true potential is realized on the Android mobile platform. Some readers may have never used RSS or even know what it stands for. Read along as I show you how to set it up and explain ... Read More »
Did you know the 71MB available for installing applications on your G1 is actually a feature? By limiting the number of apps you can install, you can also limit peoples purchases. This way only the top apps will get used and all the small developers will stop making apps. Sounds kind of stupid, right?
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We met once and I know you are a man who likes to please his customers. I wish my Time Warner PPV was available in HD, but I realize even you can’t fix that problem. However, there is one thing you can do for me. Please take my Android money.
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aTrackDog first gained popularity on the Android platform when it enabled a feature the Android Market was sorely missing: the ability to easily track apps and see when they were updated. At the time it was launched many considered it a must-have app, even thought it was attacked by some sites as ... Read More »
Turn-by-turn navigation, has been one of the most requested applications for Google Android since launch. Today, TeleNav has finally answered the call and released their GPS software for Android. The normal subscription rate is $9.99 per month or you can save money by getting the $99 annual plan.
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I have had my T-Mobile G1 since launch day, but there are many things I am still learning how to do. One of the first things I set out to learn was how to take screen shots on the G1 so I could use the images for the web. When I first asked this question, ... Read More »