Of all the manufacturers to embrace the more technological, intimidating, robotic side of Android, Motorola had to be on top of the list. Even the earliest Droid commercials from Motorola made Android seem like some sort of terrifying powerhouse, and geeks everywhere couldn’t wait to get their hands on it. Since then, there’s been no ... Read More »
If you’re a heavy Twitter user (have you heard of Google+?), today’s your lucky day. The company just pushed a new version of its Android app to the Market, and it brings two new features that Twitter addicts will love. Those features are push notifications and account switching.
Push notifications work just like ... Read More »
Tweetdeck is about the most popular third-party Twitter client, and it can arguably be better than even Twitter’s official website and apps. The Tweetdeck team has definitely done an outstanding job with the way their client is set up, and functions, while also being consistent from platform to platform. This client is available for desktop, ... Read More »
If you had any doubt that HTML5 is the future, Twitter just went ahead and cleared those doubts for you. The company is currently rolling out a new version of its mobile web client — and we’re liking what we’re seeing.
At first sight, you’ll have a hard time telling the web app apart ... Read More »
Oh Google, you big tease! If being less than two weeks from Google I/O isn’t enough to get your heart racing, Google has gone ahead and tweeted that they have a surprise for us today. The tweet came from the Google Nexus Twitter account so we’re guessing the surprise is Nexus-related.
I can ... Read More »
Popular third-party Twitter client Tweetcaster has partnered with the Feel your Boobies foundation in a fundraising effort to help support breast cancer awareness.
Android users can now purchase a pink special edition of the Tweetcaster Pro application for $10 ($5.01 more than the normal Tweetcaster Pro app).
Though it doesn’t offer anything more than a ... Read More »
Over the past few months I’ve been curiously tinkering with Hashable, a interesting new tool for managing who you’re meeting with and introducing. The service allows you to log real world interactions in a number of ways. Android users could log a connection with a specifically crafted tweet, by sending an email, or by entering ... Read More »
Update: Twidroyd has just announced via their Twitter page that a new, compliant version of their application will soon be available on the Android market shortly!
I’m not sure where he got this, but Christopher Meinck of Everything Android posted a quick hands-on preview of what he is calling the new Twitter 2.0 for Android. This latest, unreleased update appears to focus on refining the UI and we think it looks pretty slick.
The home screen with the 6-pack ... Read More »
Early this year rumors sprang up that T-Mobile was working on a new Sidekick phone that would be Android-powered. The “Sidekick Twist” was said to be made by HTC, feature a 4.3 inch display, and include a full QWERTY keyboard. We started calling the device Project Emerald, but it turned out ... Read More »