The Chinese government claimed today that they will not obstruct Google’s Android mobile operating system and will not impose limits on its usage by Chinese phone companies as long as it complies with Chinese regulatory
One of the features we get asked for most frequently here on Android Community is an applications directory, somewhere for developers to show off their hard work, users to file feedback and make suggestions, and generally a place
Android’s default homescreen is simple, and as we all know, well…bland-ish. Larva Labs is stirring up some serious competition with their replacement GUI app, which is described as an almost Facebookian approach, and a
So who doesn’t like the SENSE UI on the latest HTC smartphones? I guess is safe to say that most of those who see it, fall in love with it. Heck, there’s even a leaked Sense UI ROM for Android 2.1 out there. You
This one came down as a bomb to many game lovers out there, Gameloft, the French mobile phone games company, is cutting their investment in Android platform. According to Gameloft, not just them, but other software developers are
As many of you already know, Vimeo is a great service for video lovers who sometimes look for more quality than the regular youtube experience. Unfortunately for Android and iDon’t users, not having Flash support on these
Since yesterday, Android Market developers have received a not so happy email, at least not happy for many of them I would think. You see, Google has just made a few changes to the distribution agreement for the Android Market.
Google Maps for Android is now even better than before, thanks to new features and a few fixed issues with Google Latitude. You can now search Google Maps for Android simply by speaking your query and Google Maps will search it