Another week is about to end. You know what this means? It’s time once again for our list of sizzling new apps for the week. For this week’s list, we will be talking about new apps... that customize your homescreen, create personalized liquor labels, staying fit and healthy, and many more that would keep you busy this weekend. Ready your platters, for we are about to serve some of th...
Earlier today we reported that Facebook for Android had received a major update. It wasn’t just about new features, Facebook had rewritten the program as a native app. Now it seems that Facebook has some good news for developers as well. Facebook SDK 3.0 has finally come out of beta.
Google announced today that not only is it adding new features to Google+, but that both its Android and iOS Google+ apps would be seeing updates. And yes, that means that the Google+ app for Android is finally getting support for Communities.
There’s an update out for Google Calendar which adds some pretty useful new features. Firstly, they’ve integrated improvements to the calendar notifications, which allow you to go straight to maps and get directions to your event.
A few weeks ago we told you that Facebook started advising its employees via an interestingly named campaign – Droidfooding – to switch from iPhone to Android, in order to better understand what the Android app needs to provide users an even better experience.
Video social networking service Viddy has finally made its way on to Android in search of budding cinematographers who want to share creations with friends and family.
We’ve gotten a peek at Google Currents’ new layout last month, and now it’s here for everyone to enjoy. The update brings the magazine-style reader app even closer to Flipboard territory. What’s more, the long-awaited widget finally makes an appearance.
As a hardcore fan of PC football management simulation games ever since Football Manager was known as Championship Manager, I never thought this genre could work on mobile devices. Still, Sega tackled this very difficult task for the first time last year, when it launched FM Handheld 2012.
f you’ve been itching to get your mitts on Gameloft’s latest mobile-oriented shooter for Android, today is your lucky day. After being delayed for a week, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour has finally been released by Gameloft through Google Play. Evidently, the issues that plagued its initial release have more or less been resolved.
The Sound Search widget for Google Play finally integrates music identification to the Google Play store, and it’s now available for Android 4.0 and higher. Although this concept isn’t new (Soundhound and Shazam have been doing this for a few years), Google’s version has one very helpful feature for Android users, syncing.