Android Market

Bouncer for Google… timid echoes of the Bugle

July 18, 2012
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There is always a time in a security application’s life when the bouncer becomes the bounced. Yes, we are referring to the Google Bouncer, the initially appreciated Android app store gatekeeper, which seems to have hit its puberty a bit too hard. According to Google, the percentage of Android users who were infected by malware […]

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Android apps can access your photos – without asking!

March 4, 2012
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In this recent week it was revealed that apps on iPhone and iPad can access user photos once the user has given the app permission to use location information. Now it appears that the problem also exists on Android, where it’s probably even worse as the app doesn’t even need to ask for any kind […]

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Locate Free Wi-Fi With Free Zone Wi-Fi Android App

February 20, 2012
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With the advent in technology, Wireless internet is on a roll these days. Whether it be a school, college, or a cafe, all these places are well equipped with Wi-Fi networks. So why not locate free Wi-Fi and use them to save our 3G internet bills. Isn’t that a cool idea. Here’s an Android app which will help […]

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Top 5 Free Business Card App

February 19, 2012
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The world keeps on evolving and the process can be attributed to the advancement of technology. Smart devices have simplified how people access information and organize their lives in general. Business card Apps are amongst the latest list of applications which have been created to enable smart phone users to simplify the storage and organization […]

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Top 3 Android Apps for Healthy Weight Loss

January 28, 2012
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What apps do you usually download from the Android Market? Maybe games? Social apps? Book readers and music apps? I guess you do, since those are the most famous apps with the biggest download number on the Android Market. But did you know that Android Market has much to give those who’re trying to lead […]

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Kaspersky compares Android security with Windows

May 25, 2011
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Increasing security threats and issues on the mobile operating system, Android, has Kaspersky comparing Android with Windows in their recent “IT Threat Evolution for Q1-2011“: Overall, the situation with the Android OS is becoming similar to the current situation with Windows: There is a plethora of Android devices with outdated software which includes various unpatched […]

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The Recipe For a successful App

December 13, 2010
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Mobile Apps have been driven by the iPhone and these apps in turn are now driving the success of the mobile web. You name it and there is an app for it. There are 2 basic types of Apps, native and web based, both have their own advantages, native apps will live on the phone […]

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Now 300,000 apps in Apple App Store

October 18, 2010
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Apple is still leading the App Store race, now having reached another milestone: 300,000 apps. Google’s Android Market recently reached 100,000 apps so they’re still a bit behind. Out of the 300,000 “apps” in the App Store, around 50,000 are books, another 50,000 are games. The rest are spread across entertainment, education, lifestyle, utilities, travel, […]

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HTC Desire HD vs HTC Mozart – Froyo vs WP7

October 5, 2010
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High Tech Computer Corp, commonly known as HTC, is one of the top smartphone brands in the world. Even the iconic Nexus One had been developed by this company, for Google. Both Google and HTC have shared a very steady relationship since the birth of the Android platform. The HTC Dream, was in fact the […]

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9 Best Android Apps for Writers

August 14, 2010
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If you’re like a lot of writers these days, you may have an Android phone. If so, which apps can help you be more productive? Here’s a list of the top 9 apps that will do just that. 1. Fbabble (Free) This nifty little app helps you stay connected with your friends on Facebook. It […]

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Android Market: One Billion Downloads

July 19, 2010
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Android has just joined in Apple’s App Store in the “>1 Billion Downloads”-club, if there was such a club. Apple’s App Store reached 3 billion downloads in in January 2010 so by now they are even more ahead, but Google and Android also seems to have a good thing going now that they’ve reached a […]

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iPhone Free Week – Day 5: HTC Tattoo, Android Market & Conclusion

December 2, 2009
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It’s time to blog about my 5th day with the HTC Tattoo, which means I’ve been staying away from my iPhone for five days – congratulations, me 🙂 Previous articles in this series: Introduction To A Week With HTC Tattoo (Android) Warm-up To My “iPhone Replaced By Tattoo”-Experiment Day 1 & 2: HTC Tattoo, It’s […]

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