99¢ in the Google Play Store. It's fast, easy to navigate, and a has a few unique features that even the ICS gallery could use.
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ASUS Transformer Prime quad-core tablet then you are in for a treat. It was just made official rocking the new NVIDIA quad-core Tegra 3 processor and we had plenty of press photos, but now we have real live pictures of this beastly tablet in the wild so enjoy the full gallery below.
Instagram to arrive so you can ironically make fun of your friends with cheesy filters? Then you may want to be first in line when the tinkly Google truck starts handing out Ice Cream Sandwiches. Android Police got their hands on some hot app source files that point to a built-in photo editor in the Ice Cream Sandwich native gallery app, and while they're not exactly pro-level tools, they should be a welcome edition to those who record their memories eight megapixels at a time.
SHADOWGUN by the popular developer MadFinger Games. You've probably seen a few videos in the recent past about this stellar new game coming to Android Tegra 2 tablets but if you haven't we have all the details. This game is absolutely stunning both visually, and with game-play. We have plenty of in-game screenshots and a live demo video below so be sure and check it all out after the break.
cleared the FCC. You may not be familiar with Maylong but they are the producers behind more than a few cheap Android tablets in the past.
photos leaked yesterday but today the gallery is much larger. Latest reports are also suggesting this bad boy will have a 4.5" screen rather than 4.3" like originally suggested but we've known that for a while.
Droid Bionic were leaked today and we are finally seeing real images of the rear of the device rather than just leaked renders or press shots. Recently Amazon gave us some good views but these shots are hands-on images. Now we get to see what some of you may actually be buying in another month or so.
more than a few times. We just got word of an entire gallery showing these beautiful tablets in all their glory and you wont want to miss it.
Path for Android has entered beta, allowing Google phone users to access the photo-based social network service. Released on iOS some months ago, Path positions its app as a way to share photos you've taken with a small group of trusted friends or colleagues: each account supports up to just 50 contacts. Images can be tagged, both with the identity of people in the shots, as well as places and things in-frame as well. Comments and conversations are supported, along with records of who has viewed your image and - using Path's "Emotion" system - how they felt when they saw it. For a broader audience, it's possible to share shots directly from Path to Facebook. It's a free download, though the Path team does warn that there could be a few rough edges and that it's not quite as polished as the iOS version. You can download Path for Android v1.0 from the Android Market now.