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Square Mobile now available for Android

Square Mobile payment is now available for Android. You can use this app to accept payment anywhere you are. You don’t even need a merchant to get started. Attach the Square Mobile peripheral to your phone and you’re good to go. This is a free app available in the Android market and the dongle may even be offer free as well. 0 to $60 in under 10 seconds Start accepting cash and card payments with Square. No contracts, monthly fees, or hidden costs. Effortlessly manage the money you take with an easy and intuitive interface. Swipe it Accept payment cards on any device with an audio input jack, including your mobile phone. After signing up for Square, provide your address on the web and we’ll send your free card reader and Square sticker. Lose the paper Get your receipts sent instantly to your email or mobile phone. Access them securely online. Pay quickly, securely Create a Square account to speed up and secure every payment. With photo verification, Square users can visually confirm you are the card holder. Get real rewards If you frequent a place that accepts Square, we’ll let them know you’re a repeat customer. That 10th cappuccino may be on the house, no paper coffee card required. All your receipts, organized See all of your Square receipts in one simple view. Browse photos of every item you bought, read descriptions, and share with your friends and co-workers. Your business in real-time All of your cash and card payments in a clean interface accessible securely from anywhere. Instantly see how much you’ve made for the day, broken out by tips, tax, and payment method. Download your data into a standard format to work with your favorite program. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBieYjxUj5Q&feature=player_embedded[/youtube] [via square]

SUGARSYNC SWEETENS ANDROID APP v3.0

SugarSync is file sync, backup and file sharing service for Android. Today, they announced their new 3.0 version for Android and it has a few great changes to their already good service. This is another “Cloud-Based” solution for accessing all of your photos, music, videos and other documents while on the go. This app will be available tonight in the Android Market.

“Life Smart” UI On The Galaxy S – Video

The Galaxy S by Samsung has been overshadowed by the announcement of the HTC EVO 4G by Sprint. Since then Samsung has released their presentation from this year’s CTIA. Also, they folks at androidcentral were lucky enough to get some hands on time with this beautiful yet powerful handset.

Official BBC App Coming to Android

If you are from the UK this is great news for you. BBC has an Android app in the works and it should be available soon in the Android Market. This app will aim to delivery the full BBC news experience bringing not only news but sports as well and there is a chance that the iplayer, which is a video service that allows you to catch up on news you missed, will be included also.

Novell (Mono/C#) is developing MonoDroid

This is really big for current .Net developers, Novell is working to bring C# to Android. Recently they brought C# to the iPhone in the form of MonoTouch. This will make it easier for developers to make cross platform apps as well as bring some of the existing apps that are made using MonoTouch to Android.

Free Desire For Orange Customers?

Earlier today I discussed the possibility of this phone being on multiple carriers around the world. T-Mobile UK is slated for a March 26th release. Not to be out done Orange has announced their plans for the Desire that includes a free offering for certain plans. I'll let the announcement speak for itself:

VIDEO: HTC Desires official first look

Video number two of the day from HTC official library. This video features the hot hot HTC Desire. This is essentially a Nexus One with Sense UI slapped on. This phone is rumored to be offered by multiple carriers around the world so hopefully no matter who your carrier is you can get your hands on one. As mentioned before this phone is very similar to the Nexus One except it features an optical trackball and well as HTC's custom interface, Sense UI. In this video you get a look at the slight chin which is paying homage to the original Android device(HTC Dream/G1) and it is also dubbed a "superphone". Sense UI looks great on the large AMOLED screen. The only thing I wonder about is the support for accessories. If this phone will have its on desk and car dock, my Nexus may be up for sale. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltSyVNO5tvM&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]
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