Android Community App of the Week: TweetCaster HD for Honeycomb

I must say that ever since I got my Motorola Xoom I've been wishing for a good Twitter client on honeycomb. TweetComb first came out and we did a mini review on that. Later it went from being a paid app to free for all. Personally it is nice but it is too similar to Tweetdeck for PC and I didn't like the small size and having all three panels always open. TweetCaster has came to the rescue for all us android tablet users and so far I love it.

TweetComb, Tablet Optimized Twitter App, Now Free in Market

We gave you a quick look at TweetComb, the first, Twitter client, optimized for tablets not too long ago. The app was definitely pretty, if not a little less intuitive than we'd have liked for it's $2.99 price tag. Starting today though, the apps creator, Chris Stewart has made it, and another of his apps, Newsr, free to download on the Android Market.

Plants vs Zombies coming to an Android near you soon

PopCap games is a name you have probably heard before. They make games for Playstation, Xbox, iOS and Android. The highly popular Plants vs Zombies has been a game Android users have been wanting for a long time, and today we got a little clarification as to when it is coming, that being "soon". @PopCap_Games tweeted today that they plan to release it the first half of 2011. So within the next two months.

Twitter buys Tweetdeck for up to $50 mill

One true way to clear out the competition, is to buy it all up. And sometimes, buying one company can prevent a cornering of the market. That looks to be what Twitter has done with Tweetdeck by snatching the alternative micro-blog out of the hands of UberMedia with a bid of $40-50 million dollars.

TweetComb Mini Review [Android 3.0 Honeycomb Twitter App]

Well would you look at that! It's a brand new 3rd party Twitter application made for big fat Android 3.0 Honeycomb toting tablet. It's got several columns, and in an Android world full of single-column apps for tweeting, columns count for a lot. You'll soon see that not only does this app have a mightily integrated look and feel to it for Honeycomb, it works pretty darn good for some basic Twitter functionality. The mini review below was conducted on a Motorola XOOM tablet* running Android 3.0.1 Honeycomb.

CloudTalk Social Network launching for Android

There's a new player in the social networking game and it promises to give a voice that 800 lb. Gorillas like Facebook and Twitter can't ... emotion. The service is called Cloud Talk, and it will be bringing to both Android and iPhone devices the ability to post voice posts, photos, videos, and if you must, text messages. The difference is, that instead of having people "follow" or "friend" you, users can invite others to join in the conversation. Then, they can either provide a voice, text, video reply in the thread.

DroidLanding has been powered on again, check out Twitter

It looks like the ever so popular @DroidLanding is at it again and has reactivated. The last time we heard from these guys was around 3 or so months ago. For those that don't know, they tweet information or clues as to where you can find your very own DROID for free. The Droid X, and Droid 2 campaigns were both very popular and people were going crazy trying to find these devices all throughout the states.

HTC Sense 3.0 Not coming to older devices, but they will get pieces

Earlier today there was a tweet by a HTC employee that has now made it's rounds throughout all the blogs. He mentioned that legacy devices, even ones like the Desire S and Desire HD will NOT be getting Sense 3.0 due to hardware requirements. You can see that tweet here. That would not be good news for many of you that have just jumped into one of those exciting new phones.