Android App Review

Android App Review: Madden 25

Sports video gaming has certainly improved since the early days of computer gaming. For some of you, Pong was revolutionary. For others, like me, you’ll remember spending countless hours programming a simple game on a Commodore 64, only to have it crash. I remember 25 years ago when Madden became a household Read more…

By Jeff Taylor, ago
Applications

Passbook on your Android

Thanks to Lifehacker (and check out this post) for introducing me to PassWallet (free) for Android. The app mimics iOS 6’s Passbook app, allowing you to import, store, and use “passes” from various sources like airlines, movie theaters, and restaurants. I’m not exactly sure how it works, but it looks very cool. As Read more…

By Jeff Taylor, ago
Applications

Build Your Own Android App

If you’re like me, you’ve at least thought about building your own Android app. “At least,” you’ve thought, “having an Android app could be a great marketing tool for my law practice.” The problem though is that building a usable app costs money, lots of money. Not to mention a great Read more…

By Jeff Taylor, ago
Android OS

Does Android Really Compete With iPad?

As the Android OS begins overtaking Apple’s iOS, a large number of iOS fans have started highlighting the “extreme” differences between the two operating systems. For instance, check out this post where I discuss a similar critique posed by Ramesh. Well, here’s another follow-up on from CBS Moneywatch via PC World. Read more…

By Jeff Taylor, ago
Android for Law Firms

DroidLaw Giveaway

Good News! I'm giving away a DroidLaw addon of your choice. Previously I told you about the great application, DroidLaw, by Big Twit Software, LLC. I told you how it's literally a research tool in your hand, and how you're going to love it's features. It's one of the regularly Read more…

By Jeff Taylor, ago
Applications

Siri Alternatives on Android OS

The Siri feature on iPhone is simply cool. One of the reasons iPhone remains the go-to-device is because of innovations such as Siri. However, as this post points out, there are some alternatives available on Android that come close. I'm testing the Speaktoit Assistant app right now. Personally, I don't Read more…

By Jeff Taylor, ago
Android OS

DIY Applications

Wow! That’s all I can say about this new website, buzztouch. This is a website that allows you to create an iPhone or Android application without any coding skills. The best part is that it’s free. If you’re interested in reading a full “how-to” on the site/application, check out information about Read more…

By Jeff Taylor, ago