The New York Times has recently released an application for Android, and it looks great!
Appearing on the Android Market following releases on both the iPhone and WebOS platforms, the NYT application looks extremely similar to its iPhone counterpart. You can access news from an abundance of sections via a drop down menu, similar to how you’d pull down the notification bar.
The interface is extremely simple, and easy to navigate. Read More
For those unaware, Dropbox.com is an online file storage service that gives users a free account to store up to 2GB of files.
As you install the client software on other systems, your files become instantly accessible, providing a very convenient way to share data between home, work, and mobile devices (an official iPhone client was released on September 29, 2009).
You can pay for additional storage if 2GB isn’t enough, or you can refer others to Dropbox which will give you an additional 250MB per user, up to an additional 8GB. Read More