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Pandora Out Soon for Android

Pandora Out Soon for Android

While many out there have thought this day would never come, Android users rejoice! The free, legal, extremely popular, and all around great website Pandora is finally going to be released for the Google Android. This news comes after a blog entry posted by CTO of Pandora, Tom Conrad, giving several reasonable, if not very compelling, excuses for the absence of the Pandora Android application thus far.
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Writers Wanted!

Writers Wanted!

Appmodo is growing extremely fast and we would like to expand our coverage. We are looking to hire writers and bloggers who have experience in tech journalism or reviewing mobile applications for either the Apple iPhone, Apple iPod Touch, Google Android, Palm Pre, and BlackBerry platforms.
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Qik Brings Live Streaming To Google Android

Qik Brings Live Streaming To Google Android

Live video streaming company Qik are finally bringing live streaming capabilities to Google Android users sometime this Fall.
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How To Upload Videos to Facebook from iPhone 3G S

How To Upload Videos to Facebook from iPhone 3G S

With the release of the iPhone 3G S and the iPhone 3.0 software comes the ability to not only shoot 30fps VGA video, but also edit it while on the device.  You can then upload directly to YouTube or Mobile Me using the “Send to MobileMe” and “Send to YouTube” buttons, or send as an email attachment.  But what about other services like Facebook, Flickr, Blogger, MySpace, Picasa, Revver, Shutterfly, SmugMug, Viddler, Vimeo, WordPress, and all the others?  Here’s how to do it, and yes–there’s an App for that!
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 Google Updates Maps for Android Phones

Google Updates Maps for Android Phones

Google released an update for maps exclusively for Android capable phones, adding new features in the process. Those features include “voice search”, “latitude” which lets you see locations of your friends and status updates (as well as sharing your own), and “transit and walking directions” which pulls in information from subway, bus and train schedules from various cities around the world.
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T-Mobile To Release Android G2 Phone Next Week

T-Mobile To Release Android G2 Phone Next Week

Details have come across the net from The Wall Street Journal discussing the release of the next generation Android phone, the G2.
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Moblyng Games Releases m:Mafia for Google Android G1 Phone

Moblyng Games Releases m:Mafia for Google Android G1 Phone

Developer Moblyng Games have released a new game, m:Mafia, for the Google Android platform and HTC G1/G2 phone.
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ChompSMS for Google Android Lets You Customize Texting

ChompSMS for Google Android Lets You Customize Texting

Available for the Google Android platform, ChompsSMS allows you to customize how your text messaging system receives texts in a more stylized format similar to the Apple iPhone or Mac iChat layout. You can also use an on screen keyboard while in portrait mode to help typing. Other features include different types of notifications, signatures, chat bubbles, color customizations, and more. The ChompSMS application is free although you will need to buy credits at $0.10 each which is cheaper than some carriers. For more information about the ChompSMS application visit www.ChompSMS.com. Please post your comments, tips, and your own reviews below in the comments area!
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Want to write for Appmodo?

Want to write for Appmodo?

Appmodo is growing extremely fast and we would like to expand our coverage. We are looking to hire writers and bloggers who have experience in tech journalism or reviewing mobile applications for either the Apple iPhone, Apple iPod Touch, Google Android, Palm Pre, and BlackBerry platforms.
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Appmodo Comparison: iPhone 3.0 vs Palm Pre vs Android G2 vs BlackBerry Storm

Appmodo Comparison: iPhone 3.0 vs Palm Pre vs Android G2 vs BlackBerry Storm

The Apple iPhone and 2.0 software update helped introduce a whole new market of applications to the mobile phone world. Due to the massive increase in demand for mobile applications, competitors like Google, Palm Inc, and Research In Motion Limited (RIM) have all stepped up to the plate to deliver their versions of multi-touch screen and gesture controlled phones with the ability to command powerful mobile applications, all helping revolutionize the industry.
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Google Introduces Product Search Scan For Android Phones

Google Introduces Product Search Scan For Android Phones

Google Inc. introduced a new barcode scan product search application for Google Android platforms and T-Mobile G1 cell phones. Using the Barcode Scanner app, Android users can scan a UPC or ISBN code and be able to see the results in their browser. You can also visit the Google Product Search via the mobile homepage “Shopping” tab. Google commented about the application and service, stating:
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TeleNav GPS Navigator Available For Android and T-Mobile G1

TeleNav GPS Navigator Available For Android and T-Mobile G1

TeleNav Inc. are offering their TeleNav GPS Navigator application for Google Android platforms and T-Mobile G1 cell phones, which is the first GPS navigation system for Google Android and for the G1 with visual and auditory turn-by-turn driving directions, and more.
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TuneWiki for Android Cupcake Sends Updates to Twitter and Facebook

TuneWiki for Android Cupcake Sends Updates to Twitter and Facebook

The latest generation of social media music players for Google Android’s 1.5 version Cupcake was released last week. Called TuneWiki, the app features “Blip” technology that sends updates to your Facebook and Twitter accounts with your current playlist selection allowing you to share your latest updates with friends.
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Friday Fun Fact: More Than 50 Percent of Mobile Phone Users Access Content Weekly

Friday Fun Fact: More Than 50 Percent of Mobile Phone Users Access Content Weekly

A study conducted by Frank N. Magid Associates, Inc showed that over 50 percent of mobile phone users in the United States access 39 minutes of mobile content each week, a number that is larger than the amount of time an average user spends sending text messages. Another interesting find was the number of minutes a user spends each week talking on the phone, which averaged 44 minutes.
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