Google App License is lesser than a dollar

There is no worth of having an Android phones without the Google apps and its related apps that are available in the market. People prefer android phones as it supports Google’s play store and that is one of the strongest reason why most of the leading mobile manufacturers license Google apps. Android is considered to[…]

Control Android device using Physical movements

You can now control your Android device with physical movements by using latest Magus App.  This means that you can actually operate your Android device without touching it. It is pretty  similar to how camera on Moto X works.  App developers have been focusing on alternate methods to navigate and control devices by extending the[…]

Amazon’s Kindle Fire Success, Now What’s Next?

Sold at less than two hundred dollars, Amazon’s Kindle Fire is the retail giant’s first full color touch tablet. With a very attractive price point compared to Apple’s iPad, this has become a major attraction for tablet lovers. Today, Kindle Fire is one of the fastest selling tablets and recently, a tech analyst estimated that[…]

Amazon’s Kindle Fire Aims at Tablet Gaming

With Kindle Fire’s success, is Amazon aiming at the gaming industry for tablet. Recently, Los Angeles Times reported about Amazon’s under the radar recruitment of game developers and several job postings have been posted on the site. The sudden interest of the company in game design could be something else. The founder of Digital World Research,[…]

Android Developers now have Official Google+ Page

In order to give app developers better opportunity, Google has finally launched the official Google+ page solely for Android Developers. The open community is for developers to be fully motivated in participating and setting up collaborative efforts among developers in creating Android apps in line with the current consumer demand in the market. The objective of[…]

Rooting Kindle Fire even with the 6.2.1 Update

Although a lot of people particularly Kindle Fire owners awaited for the long overdue Kindle update from Amazon, it actually did more than update the tablet and improve its interface. The Kindle Fire 6.2.1 Update ruined the one click rooting method which developers introduced at the XDA Developer’s Forum. Although Kindle Fire users can still[…]

Android 4.0 for Tablets needs some Tweaking

Last October, Google introduced the Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich for Android based smart phones and tablets. The new Android platform from Google has two purposes and these are to improve the tablet user experience and to have unified software for tablet and smart phone devices. Before Android 4.0, majority of Google tablets ran[…]

New App writing Guidelines for Android Developers

Android app developers face big changes in writing apps for Android. Google android blog provides valuable resources for Android app developers. Android Design is where all Android app developers gather together and according to Christian Robertson, the Android Design is more like “the place to learn about principles, building blocks, and patterns for creating world-class[…]