If you’re forgetful like me then apps like this will really come in handy. The latest update to Todo Q makes reviewing and entering tasks much easier than before. The new button bar has shortcuts for open settings, maps, adding tasks, and toggling the display for tasks that you have completed. Widget has received and overhaul as well. It now has a 3x2 and displays up to 4 items at once. This app is $1.99 in the Android Market and it only works with 2.0 and above devices.
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As more information on the X10 continues to roll in, this device is continuing its roll downhill. It appears as though the hardware is not capable of supporting multi-touch. Couple this with the high suggested retail price and the multiply delays and you have a potential flop on your hands.
The developers at Swiss CodeMonkeys bring to us a new app called ‘Obama for Android’. Although he did admit that he likes Blackberries, I’m sure he has an Android device stashed somewhere on his person. Now you can follow all the news from our President. There are even YouTube videos and his twitter updates included in this app.
The Mobinova Beam is an 8.9 inch smartbook that uses NVIDIA’s Tegra platform to deliver HD graphics while using little power to do so. It’s rumored to have the ability to play over 16 hours of video. Windows CE was the featured OS choice in the past but Mobinova chose to go with Android instead because of it's large selection of apps.
Google announced today that it has added support for all Android devices running 1.6 or higher. Initially, this was only available to phones that has 2.0 and up leaving only two Android’s capable of using this new feature.
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.
I wish this beautiful device was in my hands but it isn't. This unboxing is done by a few guys from the Sony Ericsson team that run the company’s product launch blog.
Developer Edward Kim is undoubtedly pleased with his $13,000/month from the Car Locator app in the Android Market. He states that he made this app as a side project while vacationing with family. Not bad for a side project, this app finished third in Google's Android Developer Challenge 2.
Another day, another tablet. These things are coming out of the woodwork, it seems there are a few new ones being introduced every other week. Tablets are making a comeback in the mobile world but for how long? Hivision hopes to make a huge splash in the tablet market with their new Android SpeedPad.