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Here is a great video of the Samsung Captivate (ATT), EPIC 4G (Sprint), Fascinate (Verizon) and Vibrant (T-Mobile) from the guys over at Phandroid..Great work guys!!
WATCH THIS IN 1080 mode!!!!
This is by far the best Ringtone app for android Devices. Not only is it Free but all the ringtones are free to download as well.
From the second you press the app button you are quickly brought to your homescreen which gives you 5 options.
1. Featured – This optioln brings you to the 10 most popular ringtones downloaded.
2. Categories – This brings you to the Categories page with every thing from Country to Rap and everything inbetween.
3. Search – Here you can search for ringtones either by song title or artist.
4. My Downloads – Takes you to all ringtones you have downloaded
5. Upload – Takes you to your login page where you can upload your own ringtones, in the case that you can’t find it in the app.
Additional Options once Rintones are Downloaded
1. The ability to share a ringtone with your friends via SMS or Email once you have downloaded it.
2. Requst a song if you cant find it
Very clean and simple to use, not cluttered up with a bunch of useless info.
Album Art next to the ringtones is great also.
I think this is by far the best ringtone app in the Market. It has a huge selection of the latest and greatest songs that continues to grow by the day. If you like to keep your ringtones fresh and up to date or even rock out to some old classics, than this an must have app for you.
Simpple to use interface
Huge Song Selection
Ability to share your ringtones
Did I mention that this app and all the ringtones are FREE!!!
Can’t find any…Sorry
Visit this link from your Android device for a direct download of the apk
When HTC announced the Desire last week at Mobile World Congress, it basically was billed as the Nexus One, with Sense (and a track pad to boot). But those of us with Nexus Ones knew it would only be a matter of time before we’d get to play, and that day is here.
Paul from MoDaCo has been a key player in the Android ROM community, and he’s got a version of the Desire’s ROM up and running on the Nexus One. If you’re not squeamish about rooting and hacking and all that jazz, head here, read the instructions, and give it a shot. We’ll be poring over this ROM for a little while and sharing our impressions. So stay tuned, everybody. (And thanks to everyone who sent this in.)
Before the end of February you’ll be able to grab the beta Gowalla Android Application from Android Market. For now, if you’re desperate to get going, TechCrunch has the details on how you can download the Beta .1 version of the socially empowering app (hint: download APK directly here or scan the barcode here).
You could previously use Gowalla on Android through their mobile site but the native app is a nice surprise. Not only that but MG Siegler says the Android version is already better than the iPhone version for a few minor reasons – take that!
Are you a Gowalla user? How does it compare to Foursquare in your opinion?
There’s the number. You can now call Google directly about any issues with your Nexus One.
This is a big step for Google. Can they handle live support? Have you called yet? Was it a good or bad experience? Tell us about it in the comment section!
Earlier today we told you the Motorola Droid’s update to Android 2.1 was coming very soon and now, thanks to an Official update on Motorola’s Facebook page, we know that very soon = this week!
Have your Droid’s charged and at your fingertips so when that “Do you want to update” question pops up, you’re ready to happily press Yes and get the Droid goodness you’ve been waiting for.
For those of you impatient Nexus One owners who haven’t rooted your N1, here’s how to get your OTA update now.
I have found out a way to update the Nexus One to the new OTA that Google is pushing through, the one including multi-touch everywhere.
Go to the URL below:
Then save on to your sd card, not in any folders, and rename it update.zip (windows users just rename it update, .zip will come by itself)
1) Turn off your phone.
2) Turn on by holding down Power and the Trackball
3)Select Bootloader (Selection instructions on the top of screen)
5)An Android-Bot will come standing next to an open box
6)Press down Power and Volume Up
7)Select apply update.zip
All the credits go to Fabolous from AndroidForums.com
If you don’t want to download from mediafire, here’s an alternate link http://bit.ly/9vvioF
Expect some bug fixes and apparently Google listened to their customers so there are also a few much wanted feature updates including:
- Google Goggles
- Google Maps 3.4, the newest version
- Multitouch in the Browser, Maps and Gallery
- 3G connectivity fix
Tuesday, February 02, 2010
New Software Update for Nexus One phones
Starting today, Nexus One users will begin to receive an over-the-air software update on their phones. This update provides some great new features, and fixes a few problems that some users might have experienced, including:
Google Goggles: this mobile application will now be available directly on your device by launching it from your All Apps menu. Just use your Nexus One camera to start searching the web
Google Maps: the Maps application with be updated to a new version, Google Maps 3.4, which will include:
* Starred items synchronized with maps.google.com – access your favorite places from your phone or computer
* Search suggestions from your personal maps.google.com history – makes it easy to search for places you’ve searched for before
* Night mode in Google Maps Navigation – automatically changes your screen at night for easier viewing and driving
Pinch-to-zoom functionality: devices will now include a new pinch-to-zoom mechanism in the phone’s Browser, Gallery and Maps applications
3G connectivity: we will provide a general fix to help improve 3G connectivity on some Nexus One phones
In order to access the update, you will receive a message on your phone’s notification bar. Just download the update, wait for it to install, and you should be all set. This update will be rolled out gradually to phones – and most users might not receive the notification until the end of the week. We hope you enjoy these new features and look forward to your feedback.