Today’s Google event was exciting. Google showed off Honeycomb, Android Web Market and other amazing things. One thing that many application developers were waiting for was In-App purchasing. With In-App purchasing, users can purchase virtual points, buy songs, add levels and other things from within the App.
The Android Market is now completely viewable and operational from your browser. At an event today, Google unveiled its latest version of Android for tablets and also the Android Web Store. Similar to the Chrome web store, the Android web market gives you access to all the Apps in the Android Market.
At an event today, News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch along with Apple’s Eddy Cue announced “The Daily” iPad App. The App plans to revolutionize the newspaper industry and as Rupert Murdoch says, “New times demand new journalism.”
Bump, a magical app that allows you share content like music, pictures and contacts by just bumping two devices wirelessly has received an update that adds an exciting new feature called – “App Sharing”. App Sharing would now allow you to share Apps with your friends by simply bumping the two devices.
Verizon Wireless will begin selling Verizon iPhone 4 to existing Verizon customers from February 3rd, and non existing Verizon customers can get their hands on the device starting February 10th. Whenever an Apple product is launched, the extraordinary hype created leads to huge lines in front of Apple stores and short supply of products.
Apple has uploaded a new firmware for the upcoming Verizon iPhone 4. iOS 4.2.6 will work only on CDMA Verizon iPhone 4 and will include the latest “Personal Hotspot” feature available currently for only Verizon iPhones.
Google is doing something really cool to help the people in Egypt. Last week, Google acquired a company called SayNow, and today, with the help of SayNow and Twitter, Google is launching a new service that would help the people in Egypt to quickly speak to tweet something with the hashtag #Egypt.
Google’s Android has kicked Nokia’s Symbian operating system for smart phones to become the top smart phone operating system. This shift was expected as Android runs on devices manufactured by several different companies, while Nokia’s Symbian runs only on devices manufactured by Nokia.
Google Docs now features a new thrid pane to the right that previews your selected document and displays preview thumbnail, sharing settings and more. The document list now allows users to filter content by documents, images & videos and other options.