YouWave Android is a software platform developed to run the thousands of Android apps out there on your PC. No phone is required to run these apps. It is also a gateway tool from your PC to your phone, letting you install apps to your phone. YouWave Android Platform is currently implemented using Android 2.1 operating system. Apps are displayed as icons in the App Manager window. Users can easily view, navigate around, and manipulate the apps, therefore our platform makes the management of apps easy and intuitive. This is as close as possible to the user experience on an Android smart phone. All you need to run an app is to double click on it, and enjoy!
Now Android is very popular as Symbian and iOS and the same are the Android Applications. The first place you want to go for an applications is for sure the Android Market. You can find the featured and the top ranked applications for free or by paying. There are also other websites where you can discover the best Android apps and install easily from your computer.
Here you have very nice Mini Icons free to download and use. The first set consist in 500 transparent PNGs at 20×20 pixels and you can download under the name: The spirit20 icon set.
The second set called; Boolean: The Pixel Icon City by PraX-08, a deviant member. Set with 100 icons in PNG format in 16×16 px.
- A personal assistant Condemn your organizer to the scrap heap with this app, letting you fit all your personal accounts in the palm of your hand.
- AIM Keep in touch, send instant messages and check up on your friends’ statuses. The AIM app is rock solid, and even works with Apple’s
- AroundMe Instantly find nearby banks, gas stations, coffee shops, and other businesses and services.
- Bubble wrap Everyone loves bubble wrap. Pop, pop, pop! It shouldn’t be fun, but it really is! This wonderfully simple app shows off the responsiveness of Apple’s touchscreen.
- Dashbuster Manage your Blockbuster or Netflix queue anytime, anywhere. Great for those times when a friend recommends a movie and you think, "Yeah, I gotta rent that."
- Facebook The ultimate timewaster, sorry, social networking tool. Use Facebook’s dedicated iPhone app to keep in touch with everyone you know and update them with your every move.
- Google Earth Like the desktop version? The iPhone app is even cooler because it can pinpoint your current location and "tilt" your view as your tilt your phone.
- Graphing Calculator Why spend big bucks on a graphing calculator when your iPhone/touch can do the job for nada? This uber-handy tool offers functions ranging from absolute value to tangent.
- Hanoi A beautiful rendition of the classic Towers of Hanoi game. The object is simple: move a stack of disks from one side of the board to the other. I couldn’t put it down.
AppVee is new website for iPhone apps review. Inside you can find iPhone apps separated in categoryes and every entry is associated with screenshots, video reviews, user reviews, recommendations, and real analysis.
Facebook has just turned on Chat in a “few networks” (including mine) this morning and I think it’s a great implementation. While Facebook hasn’t announced an official rollout schedule, Chat will be gradually rolling out over the coming days.
You can then minimize the chat window to get it out of the way. If you close a chat window accidentally, you can view recent chat history by opening a chat window with that same friend. Although recent chats are saved across sessions, older chat conversations are NOT archived. You can click “clear chat history” to clear the chat window immediately at any time.