Liliputing’s sister site Mobiputing is where we feature some of the latest apps, news, and information about Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and other smartphone platforms.
Here are some of the most interesting stories we’ve covered recently.
- Google Voice now works as visual voicemail in Android 4.0
If you’re a Google Voice user and you have Android 4.0 on your phone, you’ll want to check out the latest version of the Google Voice app. It integrates with your phone app so that you can view transcripts and listen to messages without leaving the dialer app.
- CyanogenMod 7.2 RC1 available for 70 phones and tablets
CyanogenMod 9 grabs a lot of headlines these days, since it’s based on Android 4.0. But Android 2.3-based CyanogenMod 7 runs on more phones and supports older devices. It recently hit the release candidate phase, and it even includes a few Android 4.0 features. It runs great on my Nexus One.
- Windows Phone Marketplace hits 70,000 apps
Windows Phone might not have the following that Android or iOS do… but it’s starting to catch up in the app count arms race. In December there were just 50,000 apps available. Now that number has passed 70,000.
- What’s new in IOS 5.1 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
Apple didn’t just release a new iPad this month. The company also updated the iOS operating system for all recent devices, adding a handful of new features and tweaks. Here’s what’s new.
- Humble Bundle: Pay what you want for 5 Android games
Want to pick up a bunch of Android games from independent developers without spending an arm and a leg, while also supporting charity? You can. You can also spend a few arms and legs if you want. It’s up to you.
- AIDE lets you build Android apps… on an Android device
Want to develop for Android on an Android tablet? There’s an app for that. Or rather, an Android Integrated Development Environment, but it’s OK if you want to call it an app.
- ACL Archive brings Austin City Limits performance to your iPad
Austin City Limits has been broadcasting top notch concerts on TV for 30 years. Now they’re bringing them to the iPad.
- Alidko 2.1 free eBook app comes to Android tablets
Amazon’s Kindle app isn’t the only eBook app that’s been updated for Android tablets recently. Aldiko has updated the free version of its EPUB eBook app with a new UI for tablets running Android 3.0 and up.
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