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.
Verizon Wireless 4G LTE expansion continues strong again this week with Verizon set to announce updates and expansions for multiple cities and markets, especially those across the great state of California. They already had solid 4G LTE coverage but Verizon is aiming to make that better by increasing the reach in 11 major cities.
Facebook app for Android, they've also released another app called Facebook Messenger. While it received big attention when first released I've not seen much since then, but Facebook has just updated the app and it has a bunch of improvements and a better, easier to use interface.
Google Play Store over the past day or so, and you'll want to get it if you've been having any issues lately. The last update was version 3.5.15 and brought tons of changes and new features. This update rolling out now is only minor and wont change things too much visually like the last update has.
Instagram is now what I'd consider an instant hit classic for the world of Android. With over 30 million users on iOS Instagram launched for Android yesterday and has seen huge download numbers. Overnight Instagram managed to get well over 1 million downloads, and possibly as many as 5 million according to the Google Play Store.
Temple Run launched for Android on Tuesday and instantly was a popular hit. It's only been three days and they've reported well over 1 million downloads on Android. With many new games there are bugs, some devices aren't supported, and you get the occasional problem or crash. It's only been out a few days and they've already issued their first update.
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.
Temple Run for Android will finally and officially be available for phones and tablets starting tomorrow, March 27th in the Google Play Store, formerly known as the Android Market. As soon as I see it available I'll be sure and shout.