We are not sure we can describe this as a having the best of both worlds situation, however if you are rocking an Android smartphone and digging the look of Windows Phone 8, well, there may be an app for you. The app is called WP8 Launcher and it does just that, brings the tiled-look of Windows Phone 8.
While this is intended more for developers, it will eventually bring some perks for those using a Kindle Fire. Amazon has released a few new Unity plug-ins, these will be used by developers and will make it easier to add things such as GameCircle support, Whispersync for Games and in-app purchasing.
One of the many places looking forward to an official launch of Google Voice is Canada. It seems every single Google service is available out there right now, except for this one. Has Google Voice’s day in Canada finally arrived? Perhaps not, but if a recent report on Mobile Syrup is to be believed, it’s now closer than ever.
It might have been around on other platforms for a while now, but well-regarded productivity app Todoist is now available for Android devices in the Google Play Store.
Photography today has been one of the most enjoyed hobbies. Whether you are using a DSLR camera to take visually-enticing photos or you prefer using your phone’s camera to take snapshots of every day moments, photos are all the same — they all tell a story. We take photos because we want to preserve a certain memory or a particular moment that surely won’t happen again in the future. And, because more and more people enjoy taking snapshots of their loved ones, or anything for that matter, a lot of Android apps dedicated to both photography and photo organization are…
While the feature first arrived in nightly builds way back in July, support for devices with ARMv6 processors is now live in the latest release of Firefox for Android.
Skype for Android gets a pretty big makeover today with the introduction of version 3.0. Not only does Skype add a new tablet optimized UI, there is also improved sound quality, Microsoft Account support and much more.
We don’t usually like to play favorites, but if we were to choose between Google Play and Amazon’s Appstore, we would go for Android’s primary source of apps anytime.
Anyone can tell you that smartphones are great. But, smartphones have their limits; some of the most common ones include distance and syncing data with your computer. You’ll need to be very dedicated with the USB cable or cloud services to keep your phone updated with the media on your computer. Even when you have your phone plugged into your computer, having to lean over, pick up the phone, and reply to a friend’s text message can disrupt your concentration. Developers at Wandou Labs understand your pain; that’s why they’ve created an app that will eliminate the need to tear…
We have yet to hear anything from Google, however thanks to a dissection of the recently released Google Play APK, we may be seeing some new features in future releases. The features look to include Google+ app reviews and the ability to place pre-orders.