Android 3rd Party Applications

  • aTrackDog flawed and deceiving

    The new applications aTrackDog is designed to help users make sure that their applications are up to date. This application in theory would be a perfect solution to a flawed update system on Android. aTrackDog works by sending

    December 23, 2008 • Views: 515

  • Visa Mobile Application hits the Android Market; may not be as secure as you think

    Back in September we reported that the Visa Mobile Application was being created as the first financial application for Android. It has been a while but they managed to push it to the Android Market in hopes that it would get

    December 11, 2008 • Views: 539

  • Android Market gets even more sports applications with FotMob

    The leading score provider for mobile football, Score Service, has announced their now free Android version of FotMob. This application is already highly popular among Java and Windows Mobile users, now Android users will be able

    December 3, 2008 • Views: 325

  • Android gets the first virtual keyboard; still needs some work

    Everyone has been asking about a virtual keyboard since before we had the G1 in our hands. Developers over at have finally got an application running on the G1 with a virtual keyboard. However this application is a

    November 12, 2008 • Views: 1157

  • Orb coming to Android soon

    With every new handset eventually there will be questions about streaming content from a source other than what is provided. One question I always manage to come across on forums is, “Can we use Orb on this phone?” The short

    November 6, 2008 • Views: 275

  • Android proxy app (almost) allows for tethering

    From the looks of It someone over at Graha has figured out a way to share internet connection with your computer. This is still not an official way to tether your G1, but it shows progress. This process is still in the

    November 4, 2008 • Views: 1466

  • Splashplay brings learning guitar to Android

    SplashPlay is now available in the Android Market for guitar players everywhere. While the application title does portray that it is geared around music, it does not do the application justice. SplashPlay claims to have people

    October 28, 2008 • Views: 618

  • Android Community Week in Review – Week 43 2008

    Just before the launch of the T-Mobile G1 this week, Google decided to pull almost all of the applications in the Android Market. It turns out that they were pre-production applications that were only there for demo purposes

    October 26, 2008 • Views: 248

  • Android getting virtual keyboard

    One of the largest complaints that I have noticed is the lack of an on-screen keyboard on the T-Mobile G1. The answer to everyone’s prayers, an on-screen QWERTY keyboard, will be released in Q1 2009. One-handed text messaging,

    October 24, 2008 • Views: 667

  • Android may never see a Facebook app

    The appearance of a MySpace application in the Android Market without a Facebook app to keep it company may be no coincidence. Reports are emerging bringing up the bad blood between Google and Facebook. The social-networking site

    October 23, 2008 • Views: 391