The wait for Android users to enjoy features such as mobile check cashing is finally coming to the Bank of America Android app. These features have existed for a long time, especially on that other platform, but anytime this week we can expect check deposit features to arrive for BofA users on Android.
For the longest we’ve heard that the Cliq will join the ranks of Android 2.1 in Q2. Well, the end of Q2 is fast approaching, in fact there’s only a few more weeks left in Q2. Tmonews is now reporting that the Cliq will get 2.1 in the begging of July.
Multi-touch is a deciding factor for a lot of people when considering their next mobile phone. Android has not been known to be the best in this area. Most notable, the nexus One, has been perceived as having a subpar multi-touch display. Until know we’ve always heard that you have to choose between having a beautiful display or a very accurate multi-touch display. Samsung has brought them both together in the Galaxy S.
Today, Boxee and their partner Vindicia have announced plans to bring paid content to their set top box. They also have plans to bring this service to many of the leading mobile platforms including Android. These services are expected to debut this summer.
This is an awesome hack, it’s actually not much hacking involved but we’ll still call it that because it sounds cooler. You can now use your Wii remote to play games on your Android device. There is no need to use onscreen buttons now.
GameFly has just introduced GameCenter for Android. Now you can keep track of your gaming queue while on the go. This app will not allow you play the games on your phone but there’s plenty of entertainment value packed in this app. You can read the latest gaming news, watch videos and view screenshots right from your Android device.
The Shadow has been M.I.A. since we first heard about it a few months ago. It’s slowly making its way back to the forefront of Android news. Recently we’ve seen it pass the Wi-Fi alliance sporting wireless N technology and a few other details came with it. Now we have the first possible live shots of the final product.
This news will please a few people. You will be able to purchase your apps using your PayPal account soon. PayPal has just made a deal with Google and Apple to bring their services to their respective markets. People have been complaining about Google checkout since paid apps was released.
Android app pirating legend Jesusxxx, has received a letter demanding him to shut down his repository of paid apps that he offers for free. This guy for has been providing apps that normally cost money for a total of zero dollars, he has a huge cult following of "cheapskates" that visit his site often.