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Yesterday I get this mail:
This is a notification that your application, Meridian Player Transcend, with package ID org.iii.romulus.meridian, has been removed from the Google Play Store.
REASON FOR REMOVAL: Violation of the spamprovisions of the Content Policy. Please refer to thekeyword spam policy help article for more information.
Do not engage in "keyword stuffing" by loading app... Read more →
In a few weeks, we'll be leaving on an epic vacation to Southeast Asia. In the meantime, I've been searching for useful applications that will help us get around and understand things while traveling abroad. Do you have any good recommendations? Share them in the comments below!
Here's what's on our phones so far. (I apologize for the iOS centric nature of my list -- it's what we're traveling with!)
FlightAware (free / Android, iOS):... Read more →
Facebook's Messenger app wants access to basically everything on your phone. All of it! There's some commentary that seems to be popping up implying that this is a new thing and (rightly or wrongly) paints Facebook in a negative way.
The thing is, I feel like this sort of thing has been happening for a long time with Android apps. I think there's 2 ways to look at it:
- The cynical view that the companies want to mine all your data, ALL...
On July 16, 2010, Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom took a picture of a golden retriever at a Baja, CA taco stand, with a guest appearance by his girlfriend's foot. This was the very first "Instagram" ever taken. Today, Instagram users have shared over 20,000,000,000 photos to date and each day, 60,000,000 more are added.
Our first "real" Instagram (we're @Engadget on there, by the way) ... Read more →
If you would like to know more about this version of Android, check out the Google I/O Keynote video:
Leave your thoughts below!