Seesmic for Android also received an update today after the Seesmic for BlackBerry app update yesterday.
I did mention yesterday that Android users will soon get an update as the BlackBerry users got one yesterday and today morning when I woke up, I saw a notification on my Nexus One for a Seesmic update available.
Google Buzz users must have noticed that whenever you get comments on your post/update, you get a notification email in your email inbox about the comment.
Now this feature could be useful for some, but for most of us, this is quite annoying and looks like spam for regular Buzz users who get comments on almost all of their posts.
Seesmic for Blackberry has received a big update today. This app was first launched in November 2009 along with an Android version, and since then we have seen it improve with every update.
The BlackBerry Twitter app, Seesmic, is now one of the best and probably the only full feature-loaded Twitter client for Blackberry devices.
Adobe has been demonstrated Flash several times on Android devices. The first time was two years ago on the G1, but everytime the release of Flash 10.1 has been delayed due to some or the other performance issues.
Most of these issues are because of the first generation of Android devices, i.e G1, myTouch 3G etc. and for that, Adobe has decided to drop out Flash support for these devices.
Google Buzz can be updated from within your Gmail, or you can point your mobile phone’s browser to buzz.google.com to access it from your mobile.
Buzz has been a fail so far, but just for people who use Buzz to post updates, links or anything, you can now post via email.
Skype Lite, the Android version of Skype was taken down from the Android Market yesterday. It was not one of the best apps, but it did its job.
This could mean two things. Skype is going to release the full version of Skype for Android with all the features, or there have been mistake due to which Skype Lite is down.
CorePlayer 2.0 for Android is currently in development. The popular media player will soon be brought to the Android platform.
I have my hopes high for CorePlayer as there is not even a single media app on Android that could play all the video formats i.e MKV etc.
Quake 3 has been ported to Android, after the previous ports of Quake and Quake 2. This shows what Android is capable of running, and the power of Motorola Droid (as shown in the demo video after the jump).
A developer “Thunderbird2k” has worked on the port of Quake 3 to Android devices by the name of “kwaak3” and AndroidandMe has demonstrated it running on Motorola Droid. On the project website, you can find complete details of this project and how you can run this game on your Android phone.
Opera 10.5 Beta for Mac has been released and is now available for download!
After the Windows version of Opera 10.5 beta 2, the beta version of Opera 10.5 for Mac is now available for download.