Apps

“Appreciate” is your personalized app market for Android

Today we stumbled across a neat app called Appreciate-Personal App Market. We've seen similar apps before for Android but what this does is exactly as it's titled. Shows you apps and games that you'll like, personalized by what you've already got installed, and your interests. It is very thorough but does need Facebook access to truly be used to its full potential. More details and screenshots below.

EA Mobile taking away games you’ve paid for – you don’t own them

Sadly there is a story going around in the Apple and iOS world today that rattled my cage a little bit. Usually I don't sympathize with the iCrowd but this story is pretty upsetting. Basically my title should be "You don't own your games or apps" but I wanted to toss in EA Mobile so everyone knows who I'm talking about. Apparently even if you buy a game (and pay $4.99) they can pull it from you at will, it's only a license.

Yahoo! Sportacular App updated with NFL draft coverage

Who's ready for the 2012 NFL Draft? Apparently Yahoo! is because they've just updated their Android Sportacular app for the draft. All the Indianapolis Colts fans are probably worried, even though they know who they'll be picking. The Redskins might win 6 games with RG3, and the Minnesota Vikings need some serious help to protect that rookie QB of theirs. More details below.

Samsung shows off Galaxy Note ICS premium suite apps on video

Samsung's Galaxy Note is an awesome phablet for those that have accepted its size and use it daily. While still running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread here with the AT&T Galaxy Note Samsung is getting ready to release Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and their new "premium suite apps" for the device. The latest ICS leak didn't include the new apps, but today we are getting a closer look thanks to Samsung Mobile.

Missing purchased apps from Play Store? Google’s working on a fix

Over the past couple of days we've received a few tips that users were experiencing problems with the Google Play Store, and some were reporting that their paid application lists were completely missing. Some went as far as to say the market was asking them to purchase said apps again. After receiving a few more complaints, and seeing several threads appear at XDA regarding the issue we now have good news.

March Madness 2012: Android Apps Round-Up

Who is ready for the best month of sports? Yup, it's March Madness time. Although the NCAA Tournament has officially kicked off already and most brackets need to already be finished, we have a few of our favorite applications for following or creating brackets, live streams and more. A couple will give you game updates, alerts, scores and even live audio streams of all 67 games so head down below to see what we liked.