Ice Cream Sandwich has been finding its way to more and more Android devices, so it’s only fitting that more apps are being updated to the latest to ensure compatibility with ICS.
Those eagerly following the Sony Xperia line may want to look at this new concept phone. Jsus came up with the design concept, which features a 4.5-inch screen.
Many users of the Acer Iconia Tab A100 may now fire up their devices to get the Android 3.2.1 update. Users from France, Italy and Japan have noted the Honeycomb update availability on their tablets.
The Android app offers a more personalized experience as you can have your NBC feeds and TV programs tailor made for you so long as you are a subscribed user. If you haven’t tried subscribing, you may do so within the app.
Time to get those popcorn ready for some movie marathon as Hulu may now be installed on your Android device. Yes you read it right, tons of TV shows and movies are now right at your fingertips through Hulu, which has been made to run on an Android device thanks to a developer who goes by the name blunttedsmurf.
There’s no need to bring a charger daily for your Samsung Galaxy Nexus once you get a hold of this new battery pack rated at 3800mAh. It’s even better than Samsung’s improved battery for the Nexus, which was at 2100mAh.
Feel like the volume levels are a tad low on your Galaxy Nexus? The developer of Volume+ has got your covered, with v188.8.131.52 beta now available for download.
If you still can’t get enough of Call of Duty, Activision has another app for Android for you called Call of Duty ELITE. It isn’t a game but rather an app that allows you to see your game-related pertinent data and how you’re doing on your Modern Warfare 3 campaign.
With hundreds and thousands of apps out there, getting the ones you want or need could be a tough task in itself. Fortunately, there are the likes of AppZilla, which has a product called 40 apps in 1, which, as the name suggests, gives you access to 40 handy apps in just one application.
Samsung aims to gain more customers from the budget-conscious, releasing the Galaxy Ace Plus, but could run into more legal trouble with Apple as the successor to the popular Galaxy Ace appears to bear a striking resemblance with the iPhone 3G/3GS.