In this app list, we’ll explore the best 9 top Android apps that make free calls on Android. Whether you’re on mobile or a tablet, make some phone calls!
Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just beginning, this list of Android development resources (including tools, libraries, and blogs) is useful for any developer or team on just about any project, big or small.
Recently a report has surfaced claiming that Google is preparing a new initiative called Android Silver, which is designed to take the Nexus line’s place. Is this a good move for Google?
The number of Flappy Bird clones highlighted just how prevalent the practice of copying successful games is. But where is the line between copying and pirating? How serious is the problem and what is being done?
A class-action anti-trust lawsuit alleges that Google rose to the top of search because it forced its own products on Android manufacturers. The lawsuit seeks damages for individuals who have purchased artificially high priced devices due to Google’s alleged price-fixing, anti-competitive restrictions.
What makes the perfect tablet? We take a look at the best devices and market trends to try and narrow down what consumers really want from their tablets.
What are the potential strengths and the weaknesses of Google’s Android Wear program? We take a look at what it really needs to succeed – some killer apps and some fashion sense.
While the iTunes App Store and Google Play are almost at par in terms of app availability and quality, there are still some gaps. What are your thoughts? Which apps are better on iOS, and which iOS-only apps do you want to see on Android, too?
With the release of some smartphone OS market share numbers to the end of March this year, Android is up more than 8 percentage points from 2013 in the US. This brings Android to almost 60% US market share.
Despite Android’s success in recent years, Apple still holds a few advantages over Google’s platform. What can Google do to dissolve these remaining advantages? Join us as we take a look.