anyone know if engadget will ever update the Android app, and when????
I've been using it for years and it was quite bad then, it is now becoming prehistoric.
i write to inform builders of this website that they have done a good work so far.
i would like them also to make available links for download or directions so that users can have it easy to access. Please make andriod 2.2 and 2.3 available for download
Just wondering if there are any other fun loving nerds out there that might want to get together grab some drinks and talk for hours about tech and Android (phones more specifically) in the LA area?
Yesterday it was reported ICS was on 2.9% of all Android devices with Gingerbread still being the main OS on Android devices at 63.7%. It's already hit the S II and the Sensation with the Razr, Rezound and Note coming up very soon. With the source being out since November how do you feel manufactures are doing with getting the latest OS version out to their devices?
I've just installed Instagram on my Galaxy S II Skyrocket. Looking forward to playing with it and seeing how it compares to its iOS version!
The US Copyright Office in 2010, stated Jailbreaking iOS devices is legal. Now this exemption is running out. I would like to hear what you think about rooting or jailbreaking. I'm doing some research of my own and want any information, whether you oppose Jailbreaking/Rooting or you're in favor, I want to know. Please be as detailed as possible when replying, so that your comment is not misconstrued.
Just saw this on bgr. Been testing it out this morning, it's pretty interesting. I havent used siri first hand so i'm not sure how it truly compares. Cluzee seems better than the other android voice control apps ive tried recently http://www.bgr.com/2011/11/29/siris-first-real-com...
Download it from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1354263
This is soooo exciting!
Ive had every iPhone that has been released, but I'm finding myself bored with the design of the OS. I'm curious about other smartphones available on AT&T. I really do like what windows phone offers but it's missing some important apps for me. Android seems nice but I'm turned off by how it has a similar feel to iOS. I'm interested in hear some views from people with android and windows phone. I'm currently a Mac user, own a Xbox and apple tv; if that helps at all.
Just to be fair.
When posting please state if the switch is from iOS to WP7 or Android to WP7