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  • AirDroid updates with easier browser access

    We've mentioned AirDriod before: it's a great way to access and manage your Android phone or tablet from your computer when there isn't a USB cable handy. The free app's latest update adds a host of new features, most of which

    May 4, 2012 • Views: 482

  • Yahoo! Japan launches its own Android browser

    For a company that ostensibly competes directly with Google, Yahoo! is curiously invested in Android - in Japan, at any rate. After launching their own pseudo-app store last year, the web search company has created a custom

    May 4, 2012 • Views: 479

  • EA backs off: won’t disable older mobile games

    EA, never the most beloved of America's gaming companies, made a major goof yesterday: they sent a message to players of the iOS version of Rock Band that the game would shut down on May 31st, flat-out denying the app to

    May 3, 2012 • Views: 207

  • Alt Mounter brings Android USB Mass Storage back to OS X

    Hands-down one of the most annoying features of the few Android phones that implement it is the MTP storage standard, which is frustrating on Windows PCs and nearly useless on Mac. Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich devices (and

    May 2, 2012 • Views: 1597

  • Soundwire streams audio from any Windows PC to any Android

    Picture this: you've set aside four or five hours to catalog your baseball card/stamp/wine bottle/My Little Pony collection, and would like some television to entertain you. Your Special Collection Sorting Table isn't anywhere

    May 2, 2012 • Views: 2742

  • QuickOffice Pro updates with a ton of new features

    Mourning the loss of Google Docs from your app tray? (Don't, by the way - all that functionality is still in Google Drive.) Looking for something with a little more oomph to edit documents on your lunchbreak? Then you'll want to

    April 27, 2012 • Views: 329

  • Apple axes Chomp for Android after acquisition

    We tend to ignore Apple-specific news here on Android Community, but if you're a user of app discovery service Chomp, you'll have a hard time doing that today. All references to the Android Market/Google Play Store and

    April 27, 2012 • Views: 135

  • Lux Auto Brightness gives users more control over backlight

    We've all given Android's auto-brightness feature a shot, with varying degrees of success. I myself tend to turn it off and go for a manual approach, with the help of custom ROM functions or something like Brightness Rocker. But

    April 24, 2012 • Views: 625

  • Scalado Album Review

    The additions to the generic Android Gallery in Ice Cream Sandwich are pretty great, but of course, they don't do much for the 90+% of user which don't have access to Android 4.0. If you're a shutterbug who wants better

    April 24, 2012 • Views: 329

  • Concept app steals keyboard taps via phone sensors

    Hey, security researchers. We appreciate what you do. But the world of malware is worrisome enough without yo giving the bad guys even more ideas. A graduate student at Pennsylvania State University has upped the creepy

    April 23, 2012 • Views: 298