You may already have your fix of BBC shows on your Android smartphone or tablet if you live in the UK – but up until now you wouldn’t have managed to watch ITV’s offerings without recording, encoding, and then pushing over to your device. Things are a changin’, though, and ITV has announced it’s ITV [...]
It’s never pushed iTunes, Netflix, or anyone else into blocking rooters and jailbreakers – but Google has barred Movies for rooted Android devices, blaming the studios and their copyrights. XDA surely won’t let us down, providing a fix before long – but until then Xoom owners will be forced to give up their custom ROM [...]
Update v2.80 to PayPal’s Android app sees the addition of, most notably, the ability to cash a cheque – simply by taking a photo of it. What’s in this version: · SD card support and improved app performance · Add money from your checks by snapping a photo of the check and the amount gets [...]
Google announced today at their I/O event that they are adding Movies to the Android Market. The selection is currently small, and it is crippled by the very same poor search functionality (come on Google, you’re Google!) that plagues the apps section. However, it’s an awesome step in the right direction. Or it would be, [...]
Amazon launched their “Appstore” (Apple suing – no surprises – for similarity to “App Store”) today, although you’ll only actually have any luck in the US as far as downloading an application – as here in the UK you’ll be met wit a lovely pop-up telling you that it “isn’t available in your region yet”.
The Android Market now features a web store, where you will be able to freely browse the wondrous collection of free and paid apps. Should you decide that a particular app is worthy of your hard-earned – go ahead and purchase, and the app will be remotely installed to your phone/tablet over the air (OTA). [...]