Google+ Android app was released yesterday when Google first took the wraps off Google+. The app is available to some countries only and for most of us living in the ‘other’ countries where the Google+ Android app is not available in the Android Market – I have shared the direct APK file for your Android phone below!
And so yes, it’s official. Android 2.3.4 (GRJ22) software update will be bringing Google Talk video chat to the Nexus S. We just reported yesterday of Google rolling out the first few Android 2.3.4 updates to internal Googlers.
Google made it official with a blog post and a tweet that the Android 2.3.4 (GRJ22) will be rolling out in the coming weeks. It will bring bug fixes for the Nexus One and video chat to the Nexus S.
Google rolled out Android 2.3.4 (GRJ22) software update to some internal testers and guess what this update has… Android Google Talk video-calling!
We have been hearing rumours of Google planning to add official Google Talk video-calling in Android devices, but it wasn’t confirmed. Well, now it is – thanks to a friend who got hold of this update.
Google launched the Nexus S last month which is the first phone to have Gingerbread (Android 2.3) on it.
I managed to get my hands on the device a few days back and took a few photos of it. See them after the jump!
The next version of Android will be called Froyo, which is short for “frozen yoghurt”. Engadget caught up with Erick Tseng, Senior Product Manager of Android, who dished up some information.
Google has its own way to make us keep guessing what would the next Android version be called. As the trend follows with, C-upcake, D-onut and E-clair – We knew the next name would start with a ‘F’-royo.
The only thing that lacked in Google was a proper navigation app, otherwise it had everythingÂ needed for a perfect navigation app.
Google Maps Navigation (Beta) has just been announced today for Android 2.0 devices.
The long-awaited Android 2.0 is finally unveiled today by Google. The Android 2.0 SDK is now officially available on Android Developers site.
Android, the open-source operating system by Google, includes some amazing features in the latest upcoming version, called as Eclair. Developers can now download the SDK and develop/test their Android apps.
My experience with HTC Hero has been great so far. I’ve been playing with it for a month now, trying out new applications and features to make it more productive and useful.
Out of 87 apps I have on my phone, around 35 apps are worth reviewing which I’ll be doing them all in the next few days. The one I’m going to do today is a metal detector app for Android phones.
One thing that lets the HTC Hero down is the non-availability of a proper PC Suite to manage phone applications, file manager etc. The only tool that comes with it is HTC Sync.
HCT Sync allows you to sync your calendar items and contacts with Outlook Express (Windows Address Book) or Microsoft Outlook. But due to some issues, I was having problems connecting the device to my PC.