Back last month Google put in a few new updates to their Google Wallet app. First up was the ability to support all debit and credit cards – a welcome addition. Then the Android app became supported on the Verizon Galaxy Nexus officially. For months the Google Wallet Android app had only been supported on Sprint devices and those with a Galaxy Nexus on Verizon had to side load the app by rooting or putting a custom ROM on their device.
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One of the more popular and user friendly internet browsing apps, namely Chrome for Android, has just received an update. This update will be bringing the Chrome app up to version 18.1 on the Android platform and promises extra support for users of third party keyboard applications, a better control system for YouTube viewing, better location services integration with the app and of course, the obligatory bug fixes that tend to come with most app updates.
Adobe have updated their Photoshop Touch app which is available for Android tablets running Android 3.1 and above. In the latest version of the portable touch version of Photoshop, the app now supports images up to 12 megapixels in size and up to 16 layers. Although the default resolution is set at 1600 x 1600 pixels so to make use of the new feature and bring the resolution up to 2048 x 2048, you will need to manually change the setting within the Android app on your tablet.
File sharers can rejoice today as BitTorrent Inc have finally released the uTorrent Beta Android app. Unless you’re a newborn baby or a caveman you’ve probably heard of uTorrent or even used it on your PC in the past. Well, now you can use the official Android App to find and download torrents directly to your Android device. Can you say awesome?
The ESPN College Football Android App was released last week, and now that the first week of College football is in the books we thought it was time to take an up close look at the app.
Yesterday we reported that Mozilla had released version 15 of their Firefox Android app. At the time we said that while they may not have been super quick with ported the popular browser to Android, they were certainly making up for that by constantly improving the app and now we have news of Firefox 16 beta.
While Mozilla may have been slow out of the gate to release their popular desktop browser Firefox as an Android app on the Android platform, Mozilla are making up for this by continually updating the Android app and improving it even more in each new iteration.
Sales are never a bad thing, and Android App & Game sales are generally an awesome thing! Google just fired up an ‘End of Summer’ Sale, and if you love getting great new Android games & apps as much as I do you’ll definitely want to check it out.
What’s the one thing all major sports have in common? You’ve got to have a coach. You can’t always have your coach with you, but thanks to Coach’s Eye from TechSmith Corporation you can a have coaching tool in your pocket at all times.
I’ve been using PayPal for around 8 years now, and the PayPal Android app is one of the first apps I put on any new Android device I purchase. Well, it looks like the old PayPal app just got a face lift and quite a few new features to boot…
Breaking Bad is a phenomenal show and a show that definitely deserves a few Android Apps. The Breaking Bad: G.F.Y. is a an app worthy of the show, and in case you don’t know what G.F.Y. stands for it means Go Fring Yourself…
One of my favorite movies growing up was The Princess Bride, and this year marks the 25th anniversary of that fine film. Android Apps involving the movie are few and far between, but we did find an awesome little soundboard by the folks at BlinkifYouCanHearMe. Ready to check it out? As…you…wishhhhhh….