Facebook released Facebook app for Android update with a brand new design and user interface. According to Facebook official blog latest Facebook Android app integrated with some new features like:
Photos and albums are up to two times faster than the previous Android app
Display messages on top of screen
Shows menu on left side
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Google has released updated Google+ app for Android with some bug fixes, better look, stylish interface and additional features to support Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Completely new app and new visual design
Battery life improvements
Navigation and performance improvements
Significant notifications improvements
Brand new posting UI
Several bug fixes
Support for Google Apps users
Ability to sign out
Add people to a circle from circle profiles
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OfficeSuite Pro 5 for Android is available free for download today via Amazon App Store, whereas its normal cost is $14.99.
OfficeSuite Pro 5 is one of the best Office app for Android, so don’t let it pass with today’s free offer and grab it via link below to Amazon App Store.
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We came across an unbelievably cool app/script today. It’s a tool that, I believe, is something every Android enthusiast – particularly those who flash custom ROMs regularly – must include in their utility apps toolbox alongside apps like ROM Manager and Titanium Backup.
The tool is called Mass APK Installer and, as you may have guessed from its name, it lets you install a multiple APK files on an Android smartphone with the click of a button.
The script comes from KarmaToBurn from XDA Developers – a popular Android development forum. KarmaToBurn’s script radically simplifies the process [...]
A snippet of code posted on Google’s Chromium Code website reveals that Google’s Chrome browser is to be ported to its Android smartphone operating system.
It may seem like an obvious move for the two Google-operated products, but they’ve been run as completely separate entities – until now.
The Chromium website hosts Google’s open-source features for the browser, and generally everything that appears there will later be integrated into the browser itself.
The Chrome Android code currently lacks the tabbed browsing and plug-ins that adorn its desktop counterpart.
The official Flickr app for Android is available to grab through Android Market for all Android devices for free, running over Android 2.1 and up.
Flickr Android app let you allow to take photos with in-app camera, upload directly to Flickr and share those photos with friends on other social networks like Twitter, Facebook etc.
Share photos only with the people you want to with easy privacy settings.
Full screen browsing and slideshows for your photos, your contacts photos or any of the public photos from the global Flickr community.
Share the story behind your photo with titles, descriptions, [...]
The darling of the teenage BlackBerry-toting masses, BlackBerry Messenger, is coming to Android – and we have what we’re told are the first screenshots of BBM for Android for your delectation.
Until now, there hasn’t been much meat to the rumour that RIM is bringing out Messenger apps for Android and iOS, but these photos apparently come by way of a RIM employee who tells us that the app is in the final stages of testing, with BBM for Android launching by 2012.
The screenshots show the BBM icon on an Android menu screen and a contact profile page from the beta version of the app.The [...]
Skype has released Skype 2.5 for Android which includes a list of new features and also expands the video calling feature to more Android devices.
14 additional devices whitelisted for video calling.
Video calls now supported in portrait and landscape. Double-tap to zoom.
Revised Recent view – conversations now grouped around your contacts.
Improved support for Bluetooth headsets.
In-client advertising. (Advertising will not be shown to users that have Skype Credit, a Calling or Skype Premium subscription.)
It is possible to edit and delete IM messages.
Skype will no longer restart [...]
Nielsen has just released some interesting data concerning mobile phone users in the U.S. For starters, their data found that nearly 30% of U.S. mobile subscribers are using smartphones running full operating systems. And amongst those users owning a smartphone, the iPhone currently rakes in a 27.9% market-share, Android 22.7%, BlackBerry 27.4% and Windows Mobile 14%.
But here is where it gets really interesting for us.
According to this new data, amongst women who plan on buying a new smartphone, the greater majority prefer to purchase an iPhone to an Android device. Yet, amongst males, [...]
A new version of Facebook for Android has appeared, with the v1.7 update adding a few tweaks to the app.
Some of the changes that have been implemented include improvements to the app’s sharing functionality and it is now easier to tag people straight from your smartphone.
The main changes to the sharing part of the app is to do with privacy – you can now toggle the settings on the app to match that of the website. The tagging tweaks now mean you can tag friends and places in posts.
Facebook has decided to give the profile and Group Walls section a re-design as well, and it has [...]