Posts tagged Android app
OLX is basically a New York based company which provides its world-wide users to add free classified advertisements on their website, the company has recently announced its partnership with one of the renowned social networks, Friendster.
OLX website manages different domains for different locations, for example if there is a user who is visiting the OLX website from Pakistan, then that user will be asked by a prompted-message-box to get redirected to the local domain that is OLX USA domain, where it will be easy for him/her to post and search local classified ads.
It seems like the famous Firefox extension Firesheep now has an advanced version of itself in a better form of application called FaceNiff. In other words, it is a social-network hijacker app that actually runs on Android handsets.
Oh yes, someone was undoubtedly true to express that, “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever. It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” And that’s the reason, why everybody including me is so much passionate about photography.
Everyone knows why VLC is so popular – it can play any audio/video file you throw at it thanks to its almost complete if not complete collection of codecs. Android users will be wondering when will we get our share of the pie. According to GigaOM, who talked with the lead VLC developer Jean-Baptiste Kempf, VLC for Android release will happen in a matter of weeks.
If you own an Android phone, chances are you like the very useful YouTube app. The video viewing app has just received an update which will make you fall in love with the app since it now has its separate existence which means you no longer have to wait for a firmware update to get new features in the app. Features list follows after the jump.
Ok Enough with the Apple’s Back to the Mac event coverage, its time to switch back to the mobile platform we all love – Android. Nullsoft has unleashed Winamp for Android Beta version and from the look of things it has the makings of becoming your favorite Android music player. Video demo and features list follow after the jump.
The wait is finally over for the New York Times readers waiting to get an Android specific app for their cool smartphones. New York Times for Android is a real deal and is available as a free download from the Android Market.