The big news this week was the Droid Incredible, a poorly kept secret.
The app of the week was Ringdroid. Dominic Mazzoni, the creator of the application, was in-studio, and demoed it. The application lets your record and edit audio files, and also lets you create ringtones on your device. In a great demo, Dominic showed us how easy it was to create a ringtone for your phone.
Legal concerns for international application markets were also discussed and Korean Android commercials (will be talked about next week). Ashley also wants these, but doesn’t know where to find them. Can you help her? Leave a comment!
- The Android Market is now available in 46 countries and contains over 38,000 applications, which is earning revenue for Google along with the Nexus One.
- Flash 10.1 is coming to Android, and should be available in the second half of 2010.
- Rumor has it Google is building an Android tablet, along with HTC working on another and 1080p video for Smartphones.
- The HTC Hero will be updated to 2.1 at the end of April.
- Google acquires Plink, which might improve Google Goggles.
- One fourth of all Android devices are now updated to 2.1.
- The next Android phones will run Intel?
- Archos is preparing for production of Android devices.
- HTC is looking for voters for names for its upcoming Android device.
- An “official” Twitter application is coming to Android.
- A discussion about the “evils” of Android stemmed from the following article: Is Android Evil?