In case you love Chameleon Launcher on your Android tablet, you should know that the team responsible for the app is working on a smartphone version. While we have no release dates for the app at this time, we have some good news for you. The Chameleon team is looking for testers to try out the smartphone version of their launcher.
Starting today, you no longer need a Facebook account to use Facebook Messenger.
Yes, you read that right. With this unexpected move they are now entering the hotly contested arena of SMS replacement apps. All you need to start is a name and phone number, and you can communicate with anyone in your contact list.
When TomTom for Android finally launched back in October, any celebration was minimal due to limited device support. Luckily, an update released today brings support for increased screen resolutions and therefore more devices.
It has been two years since ZeptoLab’s Cut the Rope first debuted, and in that time the game has managed to total more than 250 million downloads. Its clear that Cut the Rope has been nothing less than a huge success. Now ZeptoLab hopes to repeat that success with a new game, Pudding Monsters. The new title was officially announced today at the LeWeb in Paris.
If you like to get the most out of your home screens, you may be glad to know that LevelUp Studio has just announced the release of Beautiful Widgets 5.
This isn’t the first time we talk about the Gmail 4.2 app, in fact we’ve seen it leaked just recently, but we can finally give you some good news. The Gmail 4.2 app is now available for download from the Play Store for all Android devices running Ice Cream Sandwich or later.
If you’re a fan of the gameplay of tower defense games but find many of them are too visually lacking for your tastes, Total Defense 3D might just be the game for you.
Total Commander, the preferred file manager for many users, has got even better as developers have added a simple drag-and-drop files feature to other panels and sub folders, improved stability of background operations, added the ability for users to copy files to SD cards (on Android 3.0 or higher) without root rights, and much more.
Looking for a new media center for your array of mobile technology? Something that has already proven itself to the masses? If you answered “Yes” to both of those questions, then you’ll be happy with what I have to say about the newly announced Beta 2 (Frodo) of XBMC. This new build not only brings many fixes over the previous beta, but you can now install its mobile version to any supported Android device!
While there is certainly no shortage of Twitter apps for Android, finding one that suits you perfectly can be surprisingly difficult. If user response is any indication, Falcon Pro, which is freshly out of beta and now available in the Google Play Store, is a strong new contender.