Android cameras just keep getting better. They’ve got great movie-making capabilities, killer flashes, and the megapixels are on the rise with each new Android device that hits the market.
But even the best photos — and the best camera phone photographers — sometimes need a bit of TLC. Whether your latest snap needs a little Lomo touch or you need to crop a stranger out of an otherwise perfect party pic, you could use a few good Android apps for taking and editing perfect photos. Here are 8 awesome apps for taking advantage of your Android device’s camera. If you’ve got faves we didn’t [...]
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1. Kindle bring the book reading experience to your Android device. Read all the same titles from your Amazon account and enjoy the same functionality in a pocket format
2. SkyFire faster web browsing and video streaming than included mobile browsers
3. Google Voice take control of your phone by creating a new number, route calls to various paths, and take advantage of tons of advanced features like voicemail transcription, free texting, cheap international calling, and more
4. EverNote the ultimate, centralized notebook and note creation system that syncs to the cloud
We’ve already known that Adobe would be bringing Flash Player 10.1 to Windows Phone 7, but the company has just now made that fully official at its currently-happening MAX conference (alongside its Air 2.5 announcement), and it’s also confirmed exactly which other mobile platforms the plug-in will be headed to. That includes WebOS 2.0, which we’ve already seen first hand, along with BlackBerry OS, Symbian, MeeGo and, last but not least, the LiMo platform — those will all of course join Android 2.2, which already supports the plug-in. Unfortunately, there’s still [...]
We all know Android Market is not available in all the countries yet. Not exactly the entire Market, but users in countries like India, Pakistan and a number of other places don’t get paid apps in Android Market on their phone. Only free apps are accessible.
Market Enabler is an Android app for ‘rooted’ devices that could be used to fake a phone’s location and access Android Market from other countries.
Being in Pakistan myself, I don’t get to see the MySpace Mobile Android app in my Market, but thanks to Market Enabler, I downloaded that app from the T-Mobile (US) market. Also I [...]
Apple has released the iTunes Connect Mobile free application which allows developers to access the sales data of their applications on App Store.
According to Apple:
“The iTunes Connect Mobile application allows developers to access their sales and trend data from iTunes Connect. You can now view your daily and weekly sales data related to updates, paid and free apps as well as In-App purchases. Whether at the office, at home or on the go, iTunes Connect Mobile keeps you informed about your sales numbers right on your iPhone or iPod touch.”
iTunes Connect Mobile is the Apple’s official [...]
The BBC’s big push on to the iPhone is facing a delay, after the BBC Trust announced it is reviewing the broadcaster’s mobile-based proposals.
The BBC made headlines last month, when it announced it was to launch free apps for its News and Sports service.
Both BBC News and BBC Sports Results are to be updated feeds of the broadcaster’s web pages, with the sports app to offer real-time data of Premiership football matches and the like.
The apps were scheduled to launch in April (News) and May (Sports), but this is now not going to happen.
“There remains some [...]
Do you reach for your iPhone first thing before giving your wife a good morning kiss? Do you spend more time looking at your shiny new 3GS in bed than reading one of the growing pile of great books next to you? Do you get more excited about new apps than you do about new albums?
I do. To my shame. My name is Adam. And I am an App-oholic.
I first developed signs of this impending addiction early last year, when I finally kowtowed and bought myself an iPhone 3G. At the time I wasn’t entirely sure why I wanted one, other than thinking it would be useful to be able to get online now and then [...]
So you just bought a Nexus One from Google – good job!
This outstanding phone might still have a few issues, as we wrote about recently in our Nexus One review, but packs a lot of power with a 1GHz processor, plenty of storage, and a slick OLED screen that shines brighter than most.
As you’re discovering new features and downloading apps, we’ve provided a kickstart to make your experience even more rewarding.
1. Touch that address!
One remarkable feature that is not obvious at first: when you receive an e-mail or text message that has an address, you can touch and hold down for [...]