Tuesday, March 22, 2011
The latest Top 50 Android applications and have put together for you. We share information and links to details about the Android applications. Here’s a rundown of the top 46 Android developer challenge winners who made the final 50. If you’re wondering 4 of the entries opted out of the public list, but im sure we’ll find out about them shortly. We’ve taken the liberty of matching up the domains/websites to go along with this list, if we’ve missed yours feel free to drop us a note in the comments.
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Monday, March 21, 2011
An official video promoting Android 3.0 Honeycomb has just appeared on YouTube, apparently without any accompanying fanfare from Google. It was on the Android Developers channel, but one would expect at least a blog post to show off the various nuances of the new interface. Actually, as I was writing this very paragraph, the video was taken down, so I’m guessing this was unintentional. (update: it was just displayed officially for the T-Mobile G-Slate) Over the last few days millions of smartphone owners will have no-doubt updated their Android handset to Android 2.2 FroYo, it now seems as if Google are concentrating on their next major OS update; Android 3.0 Gingerbread.
Sunday, March 20, 2011
[How to Android] How to backup Google Android and HTC Hero. This section of the phone in the Google Android operating system will describe how to get spare. So, I have found several backup applications for my new HTC Hero with Android operating system. The synchronization with Google services itself is a backup tool too. As soon as you will add any new contacts, e-mails or events to calendar, the synchronization starts. If you don’t have an internet connectivity immediately, then the synchronization will be done later, of course. So using this, your basic data are backed up to the Gmail a Google Calendar.