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Mina's Posts

Paid Android Apps Download Up by 2% in May 2011

It may not be a significant increase, but it may be something to look forward to for Android app developers. Chomp, a mobile application search and discovery service, recently ...
by MinaJune 30, 20111

Anticipation for ICS Builds Up as Google Teases with Android 3.2; Latest Release Supports Qualcomm and 7-inch Tabs

Before the arrival of Ice Cream Sandwich later this year, Google surprised everyone with Android 3.2, reported as the last version of Honeycomb to hit the stores. Mediapad, a ...
by MinaJune 23, 2011

Twidroyd updated to 6.0; “Biggest Release Ever,” says Developer

With Twitter being the top microblogging service around, there is surely no shortage of apps dedicated to it. Twidroyd, however, stands out from the rest with its innovative ...
by MinaJune 21, 2011

Sprint, Lookout Aim for Safer Android Experience with Free Security App

After a number of malware attacks on Android, including some running with Angry Birds, Google has responded by removing almost 100 applications identified to be harmful to ...
by MinaJune 19, 2011

After RIM and iOS, Starbucks Launches Payment App for Android

The success of its mobile payment mechanism for iPhone and Blackberry introduced early this year led Starbucks to expand to Android the barcode-based payment. The app allows ...
by MinaJune 19, 20111

Photo-sharing App Lightbox Goes Android First

Building an Android application first, then creating a counterpart for iOS is said to be more difficult than normal, but the people behind Lightbox Photos for Android is doing ...
by MinaJune 19, 2011

Yahoo! Music Launches Play for Android: Combines, iTunes, and Shazam

Android users can now skip the stock music app with Play, an app developed by Yahoo! for free. Aside from being a music player, Play allows automatic scrobbling to, ...
by MinaJune 19, 20113

Android becomes Tapjoy’s Refuge after Apple Ban

Tapjoy, a provider of paid distribution services for app developers, has recently launched a $5 million fund to encourage app creators to remodel their apps to fit the Android OS. ...
by MinaJune 19, 2011

5 Free Android Apps That Will Save You Some Cash

With Android now having the most free apps in the world, here are five apps that are not only advantageous because they’re free, but because they will help you save a ...
by MinaJune 15, 20111

Introducing Postagram for Android: Send your Facebook Photos in Postcards

Sincerely, the team behind the “-agram” apps, is now after Android users. Finally. Postagram for Android is at last now available for download in the Android ...
by MinaJune 13, 2011
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