Google has been uploading very interactive Doodles lately. Today, Google is celebrating the 115th anniversary of the discovery of the X-Rays with yet another entertaining Google Doodle.
Today, we are announcing a new series dubbed “Essential Android Apps” that aims to feature the top 20 Apps every Android user should have from various categories.
#20 – Our new series will focus on Apps that Android users should install. Android is without any doubt highly customizable and its openness is one of the reasons of its enormous success in such a short span of time. It allows you to add widgets to your home-screens that enhance functionalities and make the phone easier to use instead of only plain icons.
Google has already demoed its latest offering in search, Instant on Android devices, but today the feature is being made available to some iPhone users in beta form.
Feedly, the most sparkling feed reader that works as an extension in all major browsers has been submitted to Apple for review. The App will port the amazing feed reading application to the iPhone and will present your feeds in an exciting manner.
The Android market has got a minor update today that allows Android developers to enter any “Recent Changes” that have been made to the App instead of the 325 characters box that had to be used to describe both the features and the changes.