announcing a new beta tester program for Android users, Twitter has just pushed out a massive update to their app. It's a completely revamped version 5.0 beta, and so far we're big fans. The entire interface is new with Android-style tabs, slide-out navigation, and a decent action bar to name a few.
Gmail for Android. What we're seeing could be something new that is coming soon, or instead just a mockup that was used by Google. What you see below is a screenshot from a Google I/O developer session last week, and it's a completely new Gmail with the slide-out navigation bar and all.
Tumblr fans that have been waiting for a better Android experience straight from Tumblr themselves. This afternoon they've just released their all-new redesigned and improved app for Android complete with a Holo-inspired user interface and more. Check it out after the break.
Netflix to the recently updated YouTube and more. Today the New York Times has just updated their popular Android app complete with a brand new redesigned UI specifically for Android tablets -- and it looks pretty.
Android, but just in case you've been lured by Windows Phone 8's touch-friendly live tiles, you can now have the best of both worlds. Say hello to WP8 Launcher, which adds a Windows 8-style user interface to your Android phone. This means that you don't have to ditch your Android device and buy an all new Windows Phone 8 device to just to use that WP8 user interface.
Netflix for Android has just received another update today. We aren't seeing much regarding changes to the phone interface but the tablet UI has improved a little, especially with volume controls. I guess the first attempt for on-screen volume adjustment wasn't sitting well with the folks from Netflix.
Xperiablog got their hands on a promo video highlighting key new features of the Sony user interface that shows off a some beautiful new widgets, and even calls the UI "UXP NXT".
Windows 8 is going to turn some heads once it hits tablets soon, but what's to stop us from bringing a bit of that metro look to our Android devices? Nothing, if TheRedDrake over at XDA Developers has anything to say about it.
fancy new update. Twitter for Android just received its latest update today that matched it up with the recent changes to the web version. Some might not like the changes but I personally find it quite pleasing and easy to navigate. They've separated everything into four categories: Home, Connect, Discover, and Me.
purchased by another firm called Yandex. The move will see new 3D UIs coming to other things that Android tablets and smartphones, where we have seen SPB Software in the past.