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There are several ways through which one can get apps for his/her Android device. The by-default and most popular one is through Google Play (formerly known as Android Market). Apart from this, there are a few other (legitimate) notable options like Amazon App Store, Getjar etc.. Regarding the Amazon App Store, once a user downloads a paid or free app, it is shown as a ‘Purchase’ when checked in Android Market
Instagram, the popular social photo sharing app got yet another update today. This recent update adds support to Tegra 3 devices. Which means all you HTC One X owners can squeal with the same level of excitement as others
Today, HTC officially unveiled the One X and One V in India. The One X is the first ICS flavoured phone (Non Nexus) and also the first quad-core phone to be commercially available. Both the units will feature the Beats Audio feature.
The recently released (and hyped) Android app – Instagram seems tobe on a roll. After releasing the app and giving update on the next day, here’s yet another update for Android users. This new version 1.0.3, bringing support for tablets and Wifi.
Facebook Messenger got an update today, which brings a few new helpful additions. The updated version 1.6.003 brings better support for Android 4.0 devices. Developers have added some new methods to enter into conversations, with a convenient manner to start conversations and open a group conversation.In fact, it brings a new visual design and performance improvement for lesser app crashes
Max Payne, the popular PC game is soon going to be available for iOS and Android devices. The Max Payne Mobile will first arrive on iOS on April 12th, and then later to Android on 26th April.