Some of you might remember our review on the fantastic application Slices, a Twitter client, from One Louder apps. The wait is almost over, Slices.me just went into BETA and those of you who requested access to the BETA through their website should be getting an e-mail with log in information soon. It functions almost identical to the Android application, with your slices being displayed on the left along with mentions and messages. As the BETA tag entails not every feature is out yet for Slices.me, the Stats category and the People category still have a “Coming Soon” tag on them. All of the functions that Twitter.com has are there so you could easily drop it after Slices.me goes live. My only nitpick so far is the theme of the whole site. Sticking to the darker theme like in the Android application would have probably looked nicer. Who knows though, changing the theme could be on the way after the release of the BETA, only time will tell. So, check your e-mails and give the new Slices.me a spin.
If there’s one thing that the Android community can’t get enough of, it’s Twitter applications. A new Twitter application launches about once per month, each one bringing more features and faster updates than the previous, driving competition to an all time high. Recognized studio OneLouder brings us their new look into Twitter, and how they want discovery, live feeds, and the breakdown into categories to be the new norm. [Read more...]
OneLouder Apps has just released Slices for Android. This Twitter client puts a new spin on the old formula. According to the OneLouder Apps blog;
“It is the world’s first Twitter experience that enables users to browse a Twitter directory by category, easily follow live events, slice their timelines into manageable streams, bookmark favorite accounts, and synchronize the mobile and web experience.” [Read more...]
AT&T decided to make the release date of their new 3D-LG-4G phone, the Thrill, officially confirmed via their Twitter feed yesterday. So, we have this device to look forward to on September 4th.
In case you didn’t know, the device will run Android 2.2 Froyo (but will be able to upgrade into Gingerbread later on), have a 4.3 inch WVGA 3D display and a 1GHz dual-core, dual-channel RAM processor for the 3D capabilites.
It’ll have a 1.3MP front facing camera and a 5MP camera in back with 720p video capture; photos and videos will be able to be converted into 3D as well and have unique features such as ‘no shake’ for the vids. The phone will be 100 bucks on contract. .
and quot;Official Droid Bionic and quot; Twitter Page Announces Release Date, Verizon and Motorola Both Deny Ownership of Account
According to the “Official Motorola Droid Bionic Twitter page,” we’ll be able to get ahold of the highly anticipated Bionic September 8; too bad the Twitter isn’t actually “official.”
Even without confirmation that the page is a fake, it was suspected as such based on the feed’s grammatical mistakes. Regardless, it has some 2,300+ followers, and several news sites are reporting the Tweet as official confirmation of the release date. It’s still quite possible for the Droid Bionic to be available September 8, but it’s certainly not official.
Motorola announced via their Twitter that the Wifi- only Xoom tablet’s price has been brought down to $499. The Honeycomb 3.1 Tablet has 10.1 display and has a front-facing 2MP camera and rear 5MP camera and a 1GHz processor.
You can order the Xoom at the discounted price off Motorola’s page here.
According to Motorola’s Official Twitter for a limited time the Motorola store is offering a deal with 50% off of ALL of their accessories for the Xoom. Of course you have to do something in return for them: Register your device. Motorola promises that if you register your Xoom before “Noon ET June 26th” that you will receive a discount of 50% off all accessories for the device: whether it be that speaker dock you’ve been looking for, wireless Bluetooth keyboard you can use for all of your mobile devices, or just a Bluetooth headset.
We previously mentioned the Sprint website showing the EVO 4G shipping out with Android 2.3. Thanks to Sprint’s official Twitter and the community forums the HTC EVO 4G will be officially getting Android Gingerbread Update over the air starting June 6th! The two-step update will only take a few minutes and will bring the EVO up-to-date with the all new Android 2.3 Gingerbread Glory.
If you’re impatient and want to grab the update early, you can access the update page from the home screen by pressing Menu, Settings, System Updates, HTC Software Update; this will manually start the update so you can receive Gingerbread 3 days early (starting June 3rd). The update brings updates to download management in the Downloads application included stock, fixing the ability to stream media to the device, syncing multiple Gmail accounts, and improves battery life by fixing discharge issues.
If you’re one of the lucky owners of the Eco-friendly Samsung Replenish, then you can go download the latest software, ED23. Spring announced earlier today via their official Twitter that the “Maintenance Update” for the device has been released and is available via over the air download. The installation should take roughly 5 minutes and brings a few bug fixes, performance in roaming coverage, and now adds the LED notification light to blink when you have a missed alert. If you want to read more about it or get install instructions you can visit the Samsung Community website here.