Requirements: Android 1.5+
Overview: The best way to manage your social networks in a simple app.
Seesmic is the best way to manage your social networks in one powerful and yet simple app. You can see and update your Facebook and Twitter accounts all at the same time, search and get notifications for new messages! You can share photos, videos and location using the service of your choice like Lockerz, yfrog, TwitPic and even YouTube. We also include a widget so you won’t ever miss a single update, from any service.
Our features include:
– Full integration of Facebook, including management and posting to Facebook pages you are an admin of
– The best Twitter client on Android, with all the features you need in a simple but powerful interface: multiple Twitter accounts support, cross-posting, lists, retweets, Twitlonger integration for longer tweets, conversation thread view for public conversations and a lot more!
– Shortcuts: add shortcuts to accounts, the composer, searches, lists, Facebook pages… directly on your phone home screens, anywhere you want!
What’s in this version:
- Updates to this version include the following added features:
- Viewing from Instagram and Twitter within your timeline
- Ability to upload images directly to Twitter
- Removed support for Chatter
- Implemented ad-support
- Various bugs fixes and minor improvements
Unlocks premium features and removes the ads
Requirements: Android v2.1+
Overview: World of moonlight ocean blue. Fantasy World, moon of night sky tempt whales.
Marine Life Live Wallpaper
Two animations to enjoy!
Change other animation by scrolling.
Replay and pause by tap.
*To use:Menu>Wallpapers>LiveWallpapers->Whale Moon
*Please try the free version first.
*The scrolling depends behavior of Home application.
If scrolling does not work or something strange, try to check Home app’s settings.
(scrolling speed, overshoot, etc.)
*Please resetting if the screen turn black when updating it with setting the wallpaper.
Ah yes the ASUS Transformer Prime. The tablet is easily one of the best available, but sadly was plagued with some minor GPS issues and subpar performance. ASUS did make everything good by releasing a much-needed software update, but ASUS is trying to take yet another step to show that it’s a force to be reckoned with in the Android world. It seems that ASUS has been in direct communication with XDA and has stated it:
“Will be releasing a dongle shortly that will address the GPS function and be a fully usable GPS that will lock onto many satellites and keep their lock with wi-fi active”.
Oh and ASUS has pledged this GPS dongle will be ”provided for free” by mid-April. ASUS Transformer owners are certainly a lucky bunch. It almost wants to make you trade up and get a TF Prime just for the cool dongle, doesn’t it? We’re all on the lookout for that dongle ASUS.
It’s that bitter-sweet moment that follows a lot of OS updates. You boot up for the first time to find all the new features and bug fixes you were hoping to see, all is well in the world. Inevitably, for every 5 or 6 bugs fixed there’s a new one that reveals itself that wasn’t there before, now where’s my pitchfork?
The GSM Galaxy Nexus saw a world wide OTA push of the latest Android 4.0.4 which brought with it some minor improvements such as faster multitasking, a new power-button menu, quicker changing of screen orientation etc however what wasn’t advertised as part of the update was sketchy signal problems. The issue specifically causes a complete loss of signal in otherwise strong signal areas which prevents the ability to make or receive calls and texts. Widespread reports of the issue first surfaced over at the XDA developers forum and have since progressed to a confirmed listed on Google’s support page.
Interestingly I have not personally ran into the problem on my GSM Galaxy Nexus since I updated to 4.0.4 however I am UK based so I’m not sure if that has any significance to the occurrence of the issue. I expect Google will be working round the clock to bring a timely 4.0.5 update that will fix the issue, here’s hoping it doesn’t bring another unexpected gremlin along with it!
You can click the link below to head over to the Google website and report the issue if you’ve been effected by signal loss following the 4.0.4 update.
The great thing about the Android platform is the fact it allows us to tinker and modify our devices, despite certain OEMs and carriers making a clear effort to deter us from doing such sinful acts. While HTC has given us some ability to unlock its devices, we do know that some very intelligent and crafty individuals are hard at work trying to make newer HTC devices (and other OEMs for that matter) more accessible to us– the common people, in the meantime. That’s why an anonymous person who has that mouthwatering AT&T HTC One X smartphone is ready to make the device just a little more interesting. Apparently he or she bought a prototype of the smartphone with full S-OFF in the bootloader. While the anonymous person may not be able to do anything on his or her own, the development community is sought upon to try and throw in their two cents on how to crack the additional codes in the phone. Ladies and gents— if the lucky owner and other developers are able to crack the code of the phone, we may just see a new world of potential for the device… sooner than we think. Stay tuned for further developments on this noteworthy story everyone!
We’ve been hearing rumors of a Google tablet lately, which could be called a Nexus or possibly even the Google Play. Everything seems to point towards ASUS being the manufacturer of choice (ASUS Memo 370T pictured above), and we’ve also heard that Google may sell it on their own from either their own site or possibly the Play Store. We were hoping for a release in May, but the latest reports are now saying it has been pushed back to July due to some design changes. Supposedly Google is hoping with these design changes, they will be able to get the price down from the rumored $249 level. Some are also speculating that the delay is for Jelly Bean, which I think is very unlikely. Unless Jelly Bean is a tablet-only OS (like Honeycomb), I just don’t see it. The rumor specs are still the same: A 7-inch screen and a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor. If this July release holds, I think it’s just about guaranteed that it will be announced at Google I/O and will most likely be the “Free” gift handed out to attendees.
Well what do we have here? AT&T is certainly looking like it’s intent makegood on its promise to update all of its Samsung devices to Android 4.0 in a timely fashion, aren’t they? We just saw one sample of ICS on the Galaxy Note a few days ago, now it’s time for the Galaxy S II to get a taste of ICS glory. An early, but “official” build of the upcoming update has leaked out and is shown to you in all its glory thanks to the gang at XDA. This build shows the firmware is version ICS UCPLC5 which contains Android 4.0.3. In addition, this leaked build is also rooted and deodexed for your tinkering pleasure.
If you’re feeling a little curious and/or lucky, why not hit the source link to download the build and give it a whirl? Be sure to let us know what you think.