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Developing Minds Want to Know: Q&A with Sand Studio’s tech lead about AirDroid

AirDroid launched on Android towards the end of November, 2011. This notable app not only found its way into our Apps of the Week, it also appeared in our list of Best Android Apps of 2011. AirDroid lets you access the content and apps on your Android device directly over Wi-Fi from a web browser. ... Full Article »

October 11, 2012 5:00pm

Developing Minds Want to Know: Q&A with Dr. Oren Boiman of Magisto

Magisto - Magical Video Editor, one of our daily app picks a few weeks ago, also made it into our Android Apps of the Week, we liked it so much. It offers a simple and easy way to edit the videos on your Android phone or tablet automatically. It’s a clever app which analyzes the footage you’ve ... Full Article »

October 8, 2012 5:30pm

Developing Minds Want to Know: Q&A with Jeppe Bisbjerg of Kiloo Games

The hugely popular Subway Surfers just got its much-anticipated launch on Android after a successful run on iOS. It made our daily picks the other day and took its rightful place among our Android Games of the Week. It’s a colorful, highly addictive challenge-based endless runner with an over-the- ... Full Article »

October 1, 2012 5:30pm

Developing Minds Want to Know: Q&A with Any.DO CEO Omer Perchik

We are big fans of task management app Any.DO. In fact, it was our favorite Android app from any category in 2011. The Any.DO team – which is funded in part by Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt and based in Israel and San Francisco – does not rest on its laurels. The company this year debu ... Full Article »

September 30, 2012 6:00pm

Developing Minds Want to Know: Q&A with Kristin George, Director of Product at TuneIn

TuneIn Radio (and TuneIn Radio Pro) is one of the best ways to listen to over 70,000 different radio stations and millions of on-demand shows from all around the world, whether you want to hear music, current affairs, sports, local stations and much more. It’s one of our favorite Android offerings ... Full Article »

September 26, 2012 3:30pm

Developing Minds Want to Know: Q&A with Sebastian Brannstrom of Lyft

Lyft is a cool, new on-demand ride-sharing service from Zimride Inc. While the service is currently only available in San Francisco, it’s still a great idea and will hopefully spread to more cities soon. We enjoyed the Lyft Android app and were happy to feature it as one of our daily picks the oth ... Full Article »

September 19, 2012 4:00pm

Developing Minds Want to Know: Q&A With Eyal Rabinovich of MoMinis

MoMinis is an Israel-based publisher of Android games. MoMinis titles are downloaded more than 500,000 times a day and played by more than 25 millions users worldwide. Their latest title, Jelly Jump was one of our daily picks just a few weeks ago, and their catalog of addictive Android games is deep ... Full Article »

September 17, 2012 5:00pm

Developing Minds Want to Know: Q&A with Rebecca McInerney of Manilla.com

Manilla organizes and simplifies people's lives by providing one secure access point to all household accounts and services. The free service helps consumers manage their household accounts, including finance, utilities, subscriptions, daily deals, and travel rewards programs, all through Manilla.co ... Full Article »

September 12, 2012 3:00pm

Featured apps from the Appolicious community of Android developers

Android app developer and publishers are encouraged to contact us directly at Appolicious to promote their new app and game releases. Just tell us about the apps that inspire you the most through a rating or review, or create curated lists of your favorites. We will be happy to give your app a shout ... Full Article »

September 7, 2012 5:00pm

Developing Minds Want to Know: Q&A with Nate Weiner, founder and CEO of Pocket

Pocket (formerly Read It Later) was founded in 2007 by Nate Weiner to help people who discover interesting articles, videos or web pages, but don’t have time to view them. These can be saved to Pocket, and that content is visible on any device, whether it be an Android smartphone, iPhone, tablet o ... Full Article »

September 3, 2012 11:00am


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