The Google Play Store now has 700,000 Android apps, finally catching up to roughly the same number of programs in Apple’s App Store.
Today, Google launched a new developer dashboard for Android devs and all their Google Play-bound apps.
The makers of the popular Dolphin Browser have released a new version of its Android app with an add-on called Jetpack that speeds it up to twice the speed of Chrome and ten times the speed of the stock Android browser.
We’ve been hearing for a while that Microsoft is developing native Office 2013 apps for iOS and Android, and a Microsoft product manager seemingly confirmed, yet again, that these apps would arrive shortly.
Accounting software businesses Xero has launched a new Android app to make accounting more mobile and real-time than ever in our increasingly fast-paced business exchanges.
Facebook members already upload more than 300 million photos to the social network each day, but now the company is testing a way to get its mobile users to upload even more photos, faster.
HotelTonight is making the spontaneity of booking last-minute lodging more practical for stay-cationers and world-travelers alike.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg didn’t mince words today about the company’s past mobile strategy.
In a strange turn of events, streaming music service Grooveshark has had its Android app removed from the Google Play store just days after Google reinstated the app.
Despite being hounded by lawsuits from the biggest U.S. music labels, Google has reinstated popular streaming music service Grooveshark’s Android app in the Google Play store.
As promised two weeks ago, Microsoft’s SkyDrive cloud storage service has launched on Android and can be downloaded now in the Google Play store.
Magisto’s app automates the video editing process, making it possible for people to upload video clips and let the service do the work of cutting the video.
Dunkin’ Donuts today released applications for iPhone and Android that allow customers to pay with their mobile devices.
An app for Pinterest, the website that lets you share photos in a “pin-board” fashion, may be arriving on Android soon. The company reportedly is listed as among exhibitors coming to this week’s Google I/O conference, a gathering of Android-related developers.
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