If smartphones are good for anything, it’s wasting time. Whether you’re waiting in line at the doctor’s office or avoiding an awkward situation on public transit, it’s always a good idea to have a few mind-numbing and entertaining apps loaded up on your Android device.
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By now you’ve probably heard of foursquare, the newest wave in social networking that uses geolocation to track and reward users for “checking in” to restaurants, bars, and other venues. In fact, you might be one of the millions people who use it on a regular basis.
Google recently unveiled its latest attempt to open up the Web to everyone: It’s App Inventor, a visual app creator that lets anyone, regardless of programming knowledge, create apps for Google’s Android mobile operating system.
Take a look at iTunes and it won’t be hard to figure out the most-downloaded apps for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
If you’re an Android user, the chances are pretty good that you’ve wasted some valuable time (and maybe money) on useless or deceiving apps in the Android Market.
When iTunes came along and brought the $.99 music download with it, people (namely musicians and record execs) complained that such low prices, while arguably necessary to keep people buying music, were detrimental to the music industry.
When the Android mobile operating system overtook the iPhone in terms of market share, it became clear that Android was officially worth watching.
A full set of features and super-flexible customization options make this Twitter app a no-brainer for Android users.
Imagine if you could take a big, powerful projector and put it in your pocket. Pretty nifty, right? Well, that’s the promise of relatively new type of gadget, the pocket projector.
Looking for a Twitter tool for your Android phone? Twidroid is among the best, supporting all of the usual services — and then some.