Back in April of this year, we, consumers hungry for anything that legally streams full movies and TV shows, welcomed Android's first high-caliber streaming app done right - HBO GO. With the ability to watch the goodies on the go utilizing an existing HBO subscription, the HBO GO app suddenly made train rides and treadmills a whole lot more fun. Netflix and Hulu followed, but HBO GO still occupies a special place in our hearts as the pioneer encouraging others to push the limits and not be afraid of unleashing more content on mobile.
Since movie rentals were first enabled on Android devices, rooted users have been left out in the dark, without the ability to utilize the feature on their device. But, when the man steps in, what do Android users do? Find a way to circumvent the system, of course!
Now, thanks to a clever dev named ften, a modified version of the Videos apk is available for download that bypasses the root and tamper checks, allowing rooted users to enjoy Google Movies like they should've been able to all along.
When it comes to camera apps, it has been a while since I've really been wowed by anything I've seen. Most offer the same features - saturation, color effects, maybe some sort of Polaroid replica... you get the idea. I guess the dev team at JFDP Labs felt the same way, because they have put together the most impressive camera app that I've ever seen, simply called Paper Camera.
I had to throw this in, because I really like that tiny...
As I'm not one to enjoy doing large amount of typing on my mobile phone, I have a number of applications that make the job easier. These apps are usually employed to make quick, short notes that I can index and access later, therefore saving me a lot of trouble.
Coming to us from Singaporean developer 2nd Class Citizen, that's exactly what Chop Chop looks to do, only with some unique features the differentiate it from the rest.
You can go ahead and add one more to the list of Honeycomb optimized apps, as cloud storage provider Box pushed out an official build of its app designed for Android 3.x earlier today.
Box is a cloud storage service similar to that of Dropbox, offering full content management and syncing. It seems to be geared more towards business users, as it offers more control over what users can access and edit, as well as integration with popular services like Google Apps and Microsoft Sharepoint.
Ah, the moment that every NFL fantasy football player has been waiting for: the arrival of the official 2011 NFL fantasy app. This app lets you manage your team on the go, including many commonly used tasks:
- Join or create a league
- Check live fantasy scoring
- Sit/Start and Add/Drop players
- Propose and accept trades
- Read up-to-the minute player news
- Manage teams in multiple leagues
The app is free in the Market, so grab it and get ready for some football!
If you've ever received a notification and thought to yourself, "I really wish my phone would play some colorful and fun animation every time I get a message," then there's no doubt that Pops is the app for you.
Calling itself the "ringtone for the smartphone generation," Pops is an app that lets you customize notifications for certain apps, namely Gmail, SMS, Facebook, and Twitter, with full-screen animations. To get a better idea of what it's all about, here is a video showcasing most of its features:
As you can see, Pops is an...
TeamSpeak, the popular voice chat client used by everyone from online gamers to small businesses, has now landed in the Android Market. With the TeamSpeak app, you can connect to your preferred server and chat it up with your guild, clan, family, or coworkers while on-the-go, just as if you were sitting in front of your computer.
- Local bookmarks
- Multi-server connectivity
- Push-To-Talk (PTT) and voice activation
- Identity management
- Channel and player information
- Player status notifications
It's worth mentioning that this app will only work with TeamSpeak 3, and is not compatible with TeamSpeak 2.