HTC is continuously adding phones and tablets to its official bootloader unlock page, and a couple of new devices have made their way into the now-unlockable arena. The EVO View 4G is one such device, as it now joins its Wi-Fi only brother, the Flyer, in the world of open bootloaders. Also joining the mix is the T-Mobile myTouch 4G Slide, the first device from the myTouch family to make its way onto the portal.
How many times have you typed something long, be it a URL or text message, only to accidentally erase the entire thing and have to start over? That has happened to me more times than I care to count, but thanks to a new app called Clip Ninja, that scenario could be a thing of the past.
The idea behind Clip Ninja is pretty simple: it keeps track of most things that you type.
When we first heard about Republic Wireless, it sounded too good to be true. $19 per month for unlimited talk, text, and data? No way. Then we got into the fine print and realized that unlimited had a different meaning in this scenario (much like with other carriers), as RW actually intended on you using your cell more over Wi-Fi and reserved the right to eject you from its network (which runs on Sprint's 3G backbone) if you used too much 3G data.
If you're an owner of WD's set-top box, then an app just landed in the Market that's going to make your life a lot easier: a remote control. That's right, now you can control your WD box directly from your Android smartphone or tablet.
The app connects to your WD TV over your Wi-Fi connection, and offers everything you would expect from a remote control designed for the device, including one-touch access to every online service available, keyboard entry using Android's on-screen keyboard, a gesture pad for quick navigation, and, probably one of the most convenient, the ability to connect multiple Android devices at once (and play multiplayer games).
If you were hesitant to try out the latest Dropbox beta build we posted a few days ago, then you'll be glad to know that the updated .apk just landed in the Android Market.
This brings the version up to a solid 2.0, and with it a lot of fresh features that many Dropbox users have longed for since the app was first released.
Who wants a free Galaxy Nexus? You do? We thought so, and we've one to give away - CDMA or GSM, it's winner's choice this time.
Before we get into the giveaway details, though, we want to give some love to the guys at BitHack, without whom this giveaway wouldn't be possible. BitHack is the dev team behind the game Apparatus, a title that you've probably heard quite a few times 'round here at Android Police.
For anyone holding out on buying the HTC EVO View 4G on Sprint, the opportune moment just arrived. Over at eBay's Daily Deals site, the View 4G is going for a mere $240 with no contract - a solid $160 off the current Sprint price (it doesn't even look like you can get it without a 2-year contract from Sprint).
Sure, we've already seen a Bearded Dragon playing Ant Crusher, but if that wasn't good enough for you, how about an African Bullfrog trying its tongue at it?
This frog is dead-set on getting the high score, and nothing is going to get in its way. Not even its owner's thumb...
I can't help but laugh every time I see it.
P.S. - Yes, they have teeth.
Looks like Big Red is preparing to push the first update out to the Droid RAZR that fixes a few bugs, improves data connectivity, and improves readability in the lapdock interface. Here is the full list of fixes:
While we've already seen a leaked version of TouchWiz running on top of ICS, a new leak shows us what HTC is doing with Android 4.0. I know you're all anxious to see what it's all about, so let's just get that out of the way first:
It's worth noting that this is a very early test build, so it's subject to change before it actually sees any official light.