Hidden by all the madness that went down yesterday, Google managed to sneak a new feature into the Android Market web app. Every time you install a new app, the service will now show you new apps that other people have also installed.
While not a huge new feature, small improvements like these help ... Read More »
A long, long list of Market gripes and suggestions for improvement.
Last week we saw the release of the second Android powered phone and we are going to see many more to come before the year is over. The Donut branch was recently opened up and along with it, a slew of new features. With this in mind I thought it was a good time to take a look at what the Android platform needs to accomplish in order to be a true competitor to the other platforms, primarily the iPhone and Blackberry.
My friends and I were talking about all the dream features we would like to see on the next generation of cell phones. When I went to look some of them up, I was surprised to find so many of our ideas were already available. I doubt anyone will cram all of these features into ... Read More »
Gmail is the most used feature on my Android phone. For years I have wanted instant access to my email, but this is the first phone I have used that supports Gmail. At first, I was put off by the interface because it was different from my desktop. After I used it for a few ... Read More »
The Google Android Browser is the most powerful mobile browser I have used, but it is far from perfect. Some fanboys refuse to complain about their phone, but I like making lists I think should be improved upon. It is also nice to look back at these complains when new releases come out to see ... Read More »
The Android Market has to be one of my favorite features on my phone. I have been checking it almost daily since the October 22nd launch of the T-Mobile G1. This past week we saw the Android Market updated with several new features. Two of the biggest user complaints from the beta were addressed with ... Read More »