It’s about time.
Editor’s Pick A source exclusively showed VentureBeat one of the Samsung smartwatch prototypes sent to developers, in advance of the Sept. 5 launch.
Digg, the Betaworks-backed social news-reading site, has finally launched an app for Android. The best part? It includes Digg Reader, a popular Google Reader replacement.
Enterprise cloud storage and collaboration powerhouse Box has updated its Android app with lots of new features to keep business teams better connected on the platform.
Following its launch of Office for the iPhone in June, Microsoft has now brought Office to Android phones with basic document, spreadsheet, and presentation editing.
Google has relaunched Zagat’s website and mobile apps for iPhone and Android.
Ever wanted to send a drink to that cute guy or gal in the bar but felt like you needed technology to hold your hand? Now there’s an app for that.
In 2011, 80 percent of apps were free. Today, 90 percent of apps are free, with monetization provided via good old we-gather-an-audience-and-sell-its-attention strategy that has worked since the dawn of modern media.
Google has updated its already slick Google Maps application for Android smartphones and tablets, with an update for iPhone and iPad coming ”soon.”
Editor’s Pick Kansas City-based search startup Leap2 offers up an engaging visual take on search. Will it be able to carve out its own place in search?
Imgur, one of the web’s most popular image-sharing apps and a destination for viral pictures, has finally launched its first official Android app and an iPhone app is on the way.
Enterprise social-networking company Jive Software has launched new apps for the iPad and iPhone, and soon it will bring its Jive Present presentation app to Android.
Twitter has just released a new Android app for its short video service Vine, the company announced today — much to the joy of Android users everywhere.
Flipboard users on the web and on Android devices no longer have to endure the tyranny of reading a digital magazine that was assembled by someone other than them.
Loyal Marvel fans (aka True Believers) that prefer using Android tablets like the Nexus 7 or a Samsung Galaxy Tab have reason to be excited today, as the comic book publisher’s Marvel Unlimited digital comic book subscription service.
Drippler — a popular Android app that helps you get the most out of your smartphone with tips and app recommendations — has launched on the iPhone.
Just a few hours after Facebook launched its immersive Home skin for select Android phones, a hacker released a version of Home that can be installed on nearly any Android phone or tablet.
Facebook Home, a skin of Android that can further transform your phone into a social hub, is now available to download on select smartphones including the Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC One X, and more.
Rumors have been swirling for ages that Microsoft would finally release its flagship Office apps for iOS and Android in the near future. But a new report indicates these apps won’t actually arrive until fall 2014.
“We want to make it possible for a lot more people to create apps,” Jimu founder Linkton Ye told me yesterday via Skype. “Everyone should be able to play with the software that surrounds us.”
Restaurant waitlisting app NoshList has brought its service to iPhone, iPod touch, and Android devices so more restaurants will be able to seat diners in smarter fashion no matter what smart devices they own.
Adobe has launched Photoshop Touch for the iPhone and Android phones in a bid to make its flagship photo-editing software available across the most popular smart devices in the world.
Self-destructing messages app Snapchat has ditched its beta tag on Android and is now available in the Google Play store.
The Weather Channel has updated its Android app for smartphones and tablets with the biggest redesign since 2009, with a cleaner interface, better maps, and unfortunately, more advertising.
After showing off the app in January, Inq Mobile’s beautiful new Material app for Android has finally launched in beta to take on fellow content discovery apps like Flipboard and Grokr.
MoviePass has launched its subscription service for going to movie theaters for the Android platform, an important step to make sure more consumers can actually use it.
The much-hyped Pebble smartwatch started shipping yesterday, but the smartphone apps that help the watch really tick hadn’t been approved yet. Thankfully, the apps for iPhone and Android are now available.
Digitial magazine service Flipboard has finally landed on a variety of Android-based tablets today.
6wunderkinder, the company behind the popular Wunderlist to-do app, has just launched a sequel to that fantastic app that works across iPhone, Android, Web, Windows, and Mac platforms and features a refreshed design.
Cloud storage startup Bitcasa has released new mobile apps for Android and Windows 8 platforms, with iOS and Mac apps coming in January, the company announced Tuesday morning.
Facebook has updated the “Nearby” feature on its iOS and Android mobile apps, a move that could hurt Yelp and Foursquare in the location data wars.
Inventive conference call service UberConference has launched new apps for iOS and Android, a move that will make conference call experiences better even if you’re a highly mobile worker.
Google has added 24 new features to its Google+ service and updated its beautiful Android and iOS apps in yet another show of commitment to the social network.
Facebook has finally released a rebuilt Android application that ditches HTML5 and embraces native code, leading to a much snappier performance for reading updates, looking at photos, and checking your Timeline.
Video-sharing application Viddy landed on Android devices today after long being available only on the iPhone.
Yahoo, still one of the most popular email services in the world, has revamped its email apps for web, iOS, Android, and Windows 8 with a much cleaner look that emphasizes speed.
Time spent using mobile apps rose about 35 percent this year while TV viewing stayed stagnant and web browsing dropped slightly.
Even though Apple and Google’s app stores offer more than 1.4 million apps combined, just 25 U.S. developers generate half of the revenue from app sales, according to a new study.
Handmade marketplace Etsy has launched a cool new Android app to help connect mobile buyers.