Yahoo has launched a dedicated search portal for Andriod and iOS apps, where user can search for applications by category, mobile platform, ratings, reviews, price and more.
You can visit Yahoo Apps Search page for details.
TouchPad firesale hysteria may have finally died down, but those of you with newly acquired HP slates should pay attention. A poster by the name of Chomper has uploaded a walkthrough of Android running atop webOS. Yes, you may have seen that particular feat before, but this time ’round the appropriated Google OS gets the emulated treatment. The mobile platform, installed via an .ipk, is accessible as an app and appears to run somewhat smoothly, although certain tics become noticeable when switching between homescreens or attempting to playback YouTube video. Audio and multi-touch have both [...]
The XDA member LEM has ported TrackMe app to Windows Phone 7, as its a popular tracking application of Windows Mobile platform. Although TrackMe does not come with all the features to Windows Mobile 7 what it has for earlier Windows Phone, but still it is quite stable and functional.
According to official blog:
“TrackMe is a GPS tracker. It uses the location services on your phone to retrieve your current position. That information is later used for displaying tracks (realtime or pre-recorded) with Google Earth, Google Maps or other tools.”
You can download TrackMe for Windows Phone [...]
Facebook’s mobile platform has three parts, single sign on, location API and deals. And they’re focusing on doing software instead of making a phone.
Now you can use one login for all your mobile sites, meaning, log into Facebook, and then Facebook will handle your “logging in” to other sites through their APIs. There’s also deals, which takes advantage of your Facebook single sign on for authentication, as well as location APIs. So what’s that mean? You can see where you friends are, write and publish checkins, and search for relevant places. Mostly only [...]
Seesmic has just announced Seesmic for iPhone which is now available in the App Store! Twitter announced their official app for iPhone yesterday, which is Tweetie 3.0, but Seesmic just went live and is now available for download.
Seesmic is already available for other devices. First for BlackBerry, then released Seesmic for Android which is now one of the most popular Twitter clients (and my favourite) on Android.
According to the official blog:
Seesmic for iPhone brings an efficient perspective to social networking on a mobile platform. An application which enables Twitter, Facebook and [...]
It seems the Samsung folks have realized the true power of Android as a competitive mobile platform and revenue generator. Sources report that the second ranked mobile phone makers have decided that the 50% of its future mobile devices will be running on Google’s open source mobile platform.
This could mean only greater and fabolous things for the Android nation. The likes of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S says it all. Based on this news it is safe to say that we can expect to see Samsung Galaxy S successors in the future from Samsung which is an interesting prospect in itself.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the bitter truth is that Google has cut short the celebrations of the free GPS powered turn by turn app for iPhone. The search engine giants have thrown away the possibility of landing the app on Apple’s successful mobile platform.
This development reveals that Google’s plan to bring the sat-nav app for other mobile platforms didn’t include iPhone, which is disappointing for the iDevice nation.
This whole saga started on Thursday where a Google executive revealed their plans for bringing the navigation app to other platforms. Here [...]
HTC has attempted to dispel conjecture it is focusing more on Android than Microsoft’s Windows Mobile platform.
The Taiwanese company rose to prominence based on its decent Windows Mobile offering, but has recently been hitting the headlines for its high end Android smartphones.
This has prompted some to speculate that the company might not be involved with the Microsoft brand in the future, but CEO Peter Chou confirmed this was not the case.
“This year has started very strongly with these new products [the HTC Legend, Desire and HD Mini], and we are really, really excited about 2010. [...]