3rd Party Applications

  • WeatherBug brings real-time weather alerts to Android

    WeatherBug has announced their new weather application for Google’s Android platform. The WeatherBug applications integrates itself with Google maps to give users GPS-enabled Severe Weather Alerts, Customized Forecasts and More

    November 14, 2008 • Views: 468

  • Android gets Facebook application after all

    Not long ago we told users that Facebook was probably not going to join MySpace in the Android Market because of the relationship with Google. There were even claims that Facebook executives were saying such things as “Android

    November 13, 2008 • Views: 385

  • WikiTap allows Wikipedia searches and contribution on the go

    Veveo has announced the launch of their own WikiTap application for both the iPhone and T-Mobile G1. Now G1 owners can contribute to Wikipedia anywhere from the vtap TM web video service. WikiTap allows you to quickly search

    November 13, 2008 • Views: 292

  • Loopt will soon allow you to spy on your friends with Android

    Loopt has just announced the development of their social networking application for Android. They are very excited to be able to bring this service to other platforms. Many of you may have had your first encounter with Loopt on

    November 13, 2008 • Views: 493

  • PhoneFusion brings visual voicemail to Android in less than beautiful fashion

    PhoneFusion today announced their Fusion Voicemail Plus service for Android Smartphones at the Under the Radar: Mobility event. This is fantastic news for those who went from owning an iPhone to the T-mobile G1. PhoneFusion

    November 12, 2008 • Views: 262

  • Android Community Week in Review – Week 45 2008

    Verizon made a bold move this week, taking shots at the Android platform. They have a few valid points, and a few points that did not make sense. It is really not fair to compare a service provider with a range of phones, plans

    November 9, 2008 • Views: 723

  • Meebo instant messaging hands on

    Today Meebo announced that their Android application is now available for download in the Android Market for free. This is the application counterpart to Meebo’s famous web app. Meebo brings instant messaging to Android-powered

    November 7, 2008 • Views: 602

  • T-Mobile G1 jailbroken?

    It looks like members of the XDA Developers forum have just found a way to gain root access to root of the T-mobile G1. There apparently is a loop hole in the PTerminal application that grants access. Right now you can download

    November 5, 2008 • Views: 419

  • First Twitter application Twidroid lands in Android Market

    Thomas Marban, the guy behind Popurls, has created the first Twitter application for Android, Twidroid. The name may be slightly odd but it is hard to confuse with the purpose of the application. This application became available

    October 29, 2008 • Views: 236

  • JOYity brings mobile gaming into the real world

    JOYity has brought social based gaming to a whole new level with Android. JOYity uses GPS to help users play adventure-based games with other people in the real world like it has never been done before. JOYity is not one but

    October 27, 2008 • Views: 287