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Hitpost Sports founder on creating a hit Android app

While most major sports media companies have worthy apps, true innovation in the mobile space will likely come from startups who cut their teeth in the mobile medium. Enter Hitpost Sports, which scored on Android with its free application and plans to release a new and improved iOS title in the com ... Full Article »

July 16, 2011 10:00am

AndroidApps.com Meet the Members: Annie St.Clair (@LadyX)

Annie St.Clair, a new member of AndroidApps.com from Seattle, has already done 30 app reviews and created 7 app lists on subjects ranging from motorcycle races to moving. She’s a hardcore Android lover, so keep an eye on her app collection. 1. Tell us about yourself - where you live, your ... Full Article »

June 25, 2011 3:00pm

Poggled founder on bringing drink specials to your Android device

While there are a lot of apps and websites that help consumers land specials on drinks and nightlife activity, few are financially-backed by the investors behind Groupon. Poggled launched earlier this year in Chicago, and plans to expand to multiple North American markets in the coming weeks. Avail ... Full Article »

June 25, 2011 11:00am

As printing industry enters a new frame, LifePics updates Android app

If you have ever converted a photograph to a wallet, coffee mug or other everyday device, there is a good chance you tapped into the LifePics network of photofinishers to do so. The Boulder-based company, which has a presence in 12,000 retail locations across the globe, is acutely impacted by the r ... Full Article »

June 14, 2011 8:00pm

How Zipcar turned the ignition on its Android app

You might say Zipcar had a bit of publicity when it launched its first mobile application on the iPhone two years ago at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. Back then, the majority of “zipsters” who used smartphones did so via the iPhone. Today, however, approximately half of the 94 perc ... Full Article »

June 4, 2011 11:00am

DayZipping founder explains why they traveled to Android first

If you feel like getting away this Memorial Day weekend, but don’t want the hassle of an airport or any extended travel, you should try downloading the new free DayZipping Android app for ideas closer to home. DayZipping, which offers a user-generated database of nearby day trips, launched earlie ... Full Article »

May 22, 2011 8:00am

Meet the Members: Aaron Dinnison (@dinnison1)

Aaron Dinnison (@dinnison1) is a member of AndroidApps.com who has great app suggestions for rooted Android phones. Aaron lives in beautiful Bayview, Idaho. 1. Tell us about yourself - where you live, your job, things you like to do. I moved my family to northern Idaho about six years ago. I k ... Full Article »

April 2, 2011 11:00pm


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