Thanks to skyrocketing sales of the Android platform amongst smart-phone users, independent mobile app retailer GetJar has scored $25 million in venture capital from such angels as Tiger Global Management and Accel Partners.
Let me tell you about an game for Android we were told about today, and I assure you you'll have no trouble playing it all weekend long. RuniK comes from a long line of bubble-breaker games in which the user is asked to touch,
So you've developed an app for Android and you don't know what step is next. Perhaps you've registered for the Android Marketplace but you can't quite bring yourself to hit the button that'd release your app into the wild through
The team working on the Trapster app (that one that helps you speed and mark speed traps and crash into walls and etc,) have sent warning that their site has been compromised, and that indeed the emails and passwords of thousands
The good people over at the xda-developers not only have developed WP7 themes for Android, but also a new launcher from XDA forum member seraph1024. Perfect for those that like the looks of WP7, but want their Android fix. It
ComboApp launched today, this tools allows anyone to make an app for Android in 5 minutes or less. It has a simple web-based UI that you can use to create an app with a few clicks of your mouse. Continue Reading...
Things just keep on getting more interesting, as Microsoft has just announced the launch of its first-ever app for the Android platform. Yes, that’s Google’s Android platform. Dubbed Tag, it’s similar to the
Longer-term Android users will likely remember cyrket.com, a port of the Market that enabled browsing and searching applications in near real-time via a standard website. Cyrket went down toward the end of October last year
I’m sure that most of you have iPhone-toting friends (or maybe you’re one too). It’s getting hard to bear Apple users that have access to a wealth of games in the App Store, while we sit quietly and look over their
Plen is a “desktop hobby robot” released by Akazawa (think Japanese hacker whizzes), and has a name derived from the English word “Plain”. But this little android is anything but plain, as it’s a miniature bipedal