We don't need every app in the iTunes App Store to make the hop over to the Google Play Store, but there are a few that droid users clamor for more than most. Some we're going to get in the near future, but others are still stubbornly sticking to iOS. Make some noise for your favorites in the comments.
At first I didn't understand the appeal of Instagram even though I own a Lomo camera (that I haven't used in years). Making your pictures look fuzzy and old? Now that I've started testing cameras on smartphones and tablets I'm starting to get it more. Even less than great images can look fine with some nice photo filters.
Android owners, feeling that lack of Instagram on your phone like a gaping hole in your soul? One of this week's app picks should fulfill that longing. Even if photography isn't your thing, we've picked several sweet apps for your perusal.
Google Music is a great service, but many prefer other Android music players. Cloud Music Sniper can make offline Google Music tracks available to your favorite music apps in a few minutes. But it needs work to justify the price.
This week Yahoo added a new tab to their search bar: Apps. Alongside the ability to search for Android and iPhone apps from the home page the company also added an apps portal for browsing by category and discovery.Of all the things Yahoo has done lately to maintain relevance, this is by far the best.
Every week the staff of GottabeMobile finds the best apps that are new, updated, or just so good you need to know about them. This week we picked ESPN ScoreCenter, Flick Soccer HD, Wikipedia, and more.
Every week the staff of GBM uses dozens of apps, some we can't live without and some we can't uninstall fast enough.These are the apps we've been using or discovered recently that stood out in the crowd. They range from the practical to the time-wasting (in a good way).