If you downloaded Adobe Air when it launched last week and have been wondering what to do with it, AppBrain makes it easy to find new apps that use Air. AppBrain has a new filter that will sort by apps that use Air.
Since the announcement of Bing on some of Verizon’s handsets many people want Google search back on their Android phones. Now that is possible on the newly released Fascinate with just a third-party launcher and a single download. This does not require root and brings native Google search and voice search back to the homescreen.
It turns out that Bing, the popular search engine from Microsoft, will not be the only search engine on all future Android phones. Verizon reported to LaptopMag that Bing will “not be the search engine on all of our phones in the future.”
A new version of Swype is now available to all of you lucky people that managed to get in on the beta testing. This keyboard has been preinstalled on a few phones and has yet to make its way onto the Android Market. This update includes a few bugs fixes and performance tweaks.
Vlingo is now available for download in the android market. This app allows you to speak to your phone to perform a variety of different task such as sending SMS or even tweets. It also allows using Google Maps, Google Search, sending emails and searching the web all via voice commands.
If you stay in the UK or any neighboring country that this will ship to, you need to be all over this. Play.com now has the Samsung Galaxy S for sale, this device will cost you £449 and will be in your hands on June 10th or sometime around then. And there will be no extra charge for shipping.
The first batches of these handsets that were tested were missing nearly all of Google’s apps. Like the Bacflip, this handset was also going to have a few core Android apps replaced by bloatware. The most notable omission was Yahoo Search integration instead of Google’s search. Dell has recently confirmed that all of Google’s app will be installed on this device.
At the end of last month we told you about Sharp’s plans to offer two Android MID’s with full QWERTY keyboards. Specs and pictures are here. Recently, two videos surfaced with these new devices in action. This video was posted by Gigazine.
Shortly after releasing their iPhone version, Digg has decided to give Android some love as well. the app is in the Android Market right now. Click this link from your device to get the app or scan the qr code below.
The official Android Community App is now in the market. It is a free download available for every version of Android. Now you can stay up to date on all the news in the world of Android and hit the forums and discuss the hottest topics. There's a photo gallery and a quick description after the break.