Smartphones and other mobile technology are very personal devices. Not just that they're something that we have on us all the time, but they're devices that we customize to suit exactly our needs and our needs alone.
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We'd heard last week that Endomondo might have some news for us during BlackBerry Live, and though I haven't seen an official announcement, Endomondo is now available for BlackBerry 10 devices in BlackBerry World.
For developers, having insight as to how people use their apps is essential. It allows developers to better understand their customers, where they're coming from and how they're engaging
Recently the company Purple Communications announced a new service and product called SmartVP. This is the first of its kind true HD videophone option for the Deaf and hard-of-hearing, and it also works quite well with a host of Android apps. SmartVP combined the latest technology with our good friend Android , and added a wide array of smart apps and features to transform how deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals communicate.
The folks from Facebook have apparently been having a pretty good month if recently released numbers are accurate, but changes are still coming to Facebook Home . Today they revealed more than 1 million users downloaded Home, and those who still enjoy it use Facebook 25% more. After many complaints however changes are coming, and Facebook is giving us back our standard Android icon dock we all love, and need
On any given day, a quick check of the top-selling paid apps list in the Mac App Store will reveal Apple's Keynote, Pages and Numbers in the top ten. It's surprising, given that each of those apps was originally bundled as Apple's iWork '09 productivity suite, released in, you guessed it, January, 2009
App discovery service AppShopper has reappeared on the App Store after being removed last year, and their new app, AppShopper Social, relies heavily on social features to help users find apps. After creating your AppShopper account, you can populate the Friends list either by manually adding friends or adding your Twitter account.
It appears as if another malware scare has come to Android.
ProCollage for iPhone is a photography app that gives you the ability to create beautiful collages featuring your photos. I know, there's a million collage apps in the Apps Store, but ProCollage offers some unique features like a FreeStyle mode and panoramic strips of images.