Senin, 25 April 2011

How To Upgrade And Install Software BackBerry OS

How To Upgrade And Install Software BackBerry OS :
  1. Install the BlackBerry ™ Desktop Software (CD) on your PC  which is usually contained in the box your device. Or you can also download the latest version of it from then reboot your PC.
  2. The next step download BlackBerry™ OS file that suitable to type of your BlackBerry™. You can download official OS that match your Service Provider from the link below:
  3. After you have successfully downloaded the BlackBerry™ OS file that match your device and then install the file to your PC. Then reboot your PC.
  4. If you install the OS file from the service provider that is not the same as the service provider you use, then you must delete vendor.xml file that contained in the folder C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader.
  5. Connect The Blackberry™ with USB to your PC and run the BlackBerry™ Desktop Software then backup all your data.
  6. After the backup has been done. Run Loader.exe file in the folder C: \Program Files\ Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader. Follow the instructions and simply press “next” which later OS installation will run automatically and will display a notification message when the process has been completed.

Sabtu, 23 April 2011

Update Harga Modem Terbaru April 2011

Update Harga Modem Terbaru April 2011
Silahkan cari Update Harga Modem Terbaru April 2011 disini !!!
Harga Modem GSM Terlengkap Tipe Huawei :

Modem Huawei E 1831 (21 Mbps) Rp.399,000.00

Modem Huawei E1553 Rp.280,000.00
Modem Huawei E156 Rp.280,000.00
Modem Huawei E220 Rp.289,000.00
Modem Huawei E510 ( Modem Tahan Panas ) Rp.369,000.00
Modem Huawei K3765 (Ready Ungu, Putih dan Hitam) Rp.350,000.00
Modem Huawei E1750 Rp.359,000.00
Modem Huawei E122 Rp.399,000.00
Modem Huawei E171 ( Voice Enable ) Rp.299,000.00
Modem Huawei E150 ( Terlaris ) Rp.269,000.00
Modem Huawei K3565 ( Limited StockRp.340,000.00
Modem Huawei E172 ( Legendaris + Signal Paling OK ) Rp.360,000.00
Modem Huawei E160 by Optus ( Special PriceRp.325,000.00
Modem Huawei E181 Rp.399,000.00
Modem Huawei E153 ( Harga Termurah ) Rp.269,000.00
Modem Huawei E1752 Rp.360,000.00
Modem Huawei E161 Rp.330,000.00
Modem Huawei E1762 ( Huawei HSUPA Termurah ) Rp.350,000.00
Modem Huawei K4505 by Vodafone Rp.499,000.00
Modem Huawei E170 ( Stock Kosong ) Rp.380,000.00
Modem Huawei E176 Rp.360,000.00
Modem Huawei E226 ( Legendaris; Signal Mantep )Rp.269,000.00 

Harga Modem GSM Terlengkap Tipe ZTE :
Modem ZTE MF100 by O2 ( Modem Terlaris ) Rp.280,000.00
Modem ZTE MF633 Rp.350,000.00
Modem ZTE 3565Z ( Best Seller ) Rp.325,000.00
Modem ZTE MF190 by O2 ( Model Terbaru ) Rp.338,000.00
Modem ZTE MF627 ( Bentuknya Slim )Rp.259,000.00 
Modem ZTE MF626 by SFR Rp.259,000.00
Modem ZTE MF180  Rp.259,000.00

Harga Modem GSM Terlengkap Tipe Sierra, Novatel, Option :
Modem Sierra C305 ( Sudah Bisa Indosat M2 ) Rp.269,000.00
Modem Novatel MC930D Rp.338,000.00
Modem Option GI 461 ( Best Seller ) Rp.299,000.00

White iPhone 4 slips

White iPhone 4 slips
Add additional legitimacy credible reports that the white version of the iPhone to arrive in the next four weeks with them, has appeared the device on Vodafone UK's retail stores and sold to customers was before the stock pulled.

Engadget has a photo from a reader who bought the 16GB model of the yet unpublished have Vodafone stores in the UK following the sale argued that the carrier should have a message to the store ordered them to hold the stock until next week.

White version of 4 iPhone will start next to the black in 2010, but production problems have pushed back the release of nearly a year. Under the original iPhone, iPhone 3G and 3G both in black and white, although with a 4-iPhone, Apple radical change in the manufacturing process and bring back color to the front of the device and.

According to Engadget, bought the model number on the white iPhone 4 customers (MC604B / A) is only slightly different from what is currently on the black version (MC603B / A). This suggests that large differences between the two phones, in addition to color, it is impossible.

Will receive reports surfaced last week that Apple delayed the long white iPhone in stores by the end of the month. Apple later confirmed almost launch targeted timetable "Spring ".

Squeezebox Apps come to iOS

Squeezebox Apps come to iOS
Logitech Squeezebox Controller finally launched an application for IOS-based devices in a blog post revealed yesterday.

Squeezebox Controller for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch to connect and Squeezebox players to users over a wireless network in their home. Users can choose the music, just the title search, and the contents of the App. According to Logitech offers available to all users in one of their players to use.

Launch Squeezebox Controller Application for IOS-based devices comes a month after the company started the program from the Android Market. As IOS option, Logitech Android application the user complete control over the company Squeezebox devices.

Logitech Squeezebox offers a variety of stakeholders, including radio and Duet, which allows users to stream music content throughout the home. They also include access to Pandora, Slacker and other streaming music service.

Radio Squeezebox is a favorite of the Forums team. In 2009, the organization that won four out of five stars, good grades for the amount of content available and user-friendly. It retail for $ 179.99, although the smart shopper it online for less.

BlackBerry Updates 15-04-2011 – 21-04-2011

Hati-Hati Virus Blackberry Bagaimana Mengatasinya?

Hati-Hati Virus Blackberry Bagaimana Mengatasinya?

Mungkin dari Anda yg sudah mendapatkan ataupun belum mengenai berita SAMPAH yg berbunyi :
Temen2 ini virusss
Setelah satu bulan pin bb anda akan hilang
Kyk punya temen aku pin nya hilang
Tolong bgi2 jgn sampai pin qt hilang
Hapuss saja aplikasi nyaa”
Coba perhatikan, pada saat Anda unduh “LiveProfile”
Akan muncul kolom paling atas
“Name: blackberry-client”
Blackberry-client adalah sebuah model komputerisasi dimana sebuah aplikasi client dijalankan di komputer desktop, komputer pribadi, BlackBerry yang mengakses informasi pada server atau host yang terletak di lain tempat. Bagian dari aplikasi yang dijalankan di client biasanya digunakan untuk mengoptimalkan interaksi dengan user, dimana server menyediakan proses tersentralisasi dan bekerja secara multiuser ARTINYA LiveProfile adalah layanan instant messaging tetap harus lewat dari server Canada.
LiveProfile adalah layanan instant messaging mirip BBM yang cukup laris, LiveProfile yang telah banyak digunakan di perangkat Android dan iOS akan semakin diperluas.
Aplikasi ini sangat mirip dengan BlackBerry Messenger, mulai dari notifikasi sent, delivered, dan read, begitu juga dengan “sedang mengetik pesan”. Tidak kalah mirip adalah sistem PIN yang digunakan untuk menambah teman baru, dapat juga dengan mengscan buku alamat untuk mencari alamat email pada pengguna tertentu.
Pengguna juga dapat melihat status update, ketersediaan online, serta transfer file antar pengguna LiveProfile. Setelah berbulan-bulan situs LiveProfile mengabarkan akan menghadirkan aplikasi ini ke ponsel BlackBerry, kini melalui blog resminya sudah terpampang pengumuman sebagai berikut:
“In anticipation for our BlackBerry launch this week we began to upgrade our infrastructure to handle the flood of new users”
Semoga dengan info, Anda bisa mem-broadcast berita yg jelas dan bermanfaat utk User lainnya..

Apakah Blackberry saya bisa kena Virus? Apakah ada Anti Virus untuk Blackberry?

Inilah pertanyaan yang sering muncul di Blackberry Messenger, dengan adanya isu isu virus yang sebar lewat BBM, user jadi kwatir apakah Blackberrynya akan kena virus juga.
Ini kami kutip penjelasan dari RIM apakah punya anti virus software buat Blackberry dan apakah Blackberry anda perlu di install anti virus software?
Anti virus software untuk mendetect anti virus memerlukan memory yang cukup besar dan mobile devices seperti blackberry tidak punya memory yang cukup untuk instal anti virus software.
Untungnya menurut RIM, blackberry smartphone punya security yang cukup canggih untuk melindungi core applications dan tidak mudah akses oleh applikasi virus untuk menyerangnya.
Jadi, sementara ini, blackberry anda masih cukup secure / aman (namum tidak tutup kemungkinan kemudian hari punya virus yang canggih yang bisa menyerang blackberry) Sekarang, anda masih tidak perlu kwatir dan bisa tidur nyenyak dengan Blackberry mu ;-)
Ini kutipan Bahasa English dari RIM

Does my BlackBerry smartphone need anti-virus software?

Preventing malicious programs such as viruses, trojans, worms and spyware (collectively referred to as malware) consists of two parts: detection and containment.
Detection is the process of determining whether a program is malicious (i.e., malware). Effectively detecting malware is very difficult. It requires a large, frequently updated, local database or a constant connection to an online database. While desktop computers can satisfy these requirements, mobile devices can’t. Mobile devices don’t have enough storage space to hold a malware database and a constant connection to the Internet can’t be guaranteed.
Containment is the process of preventing a malicious program from causing damage once it has appeared. Containment is relatively easy. It simply requires controlling access to the device software and other applications on the device.
The BlackBerry solution focuses on containing malicious programs. The BlackBerry software and core applications are digitally signed to ensure integrity and control access to the Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). Thus, the core BlackBerry functionality can’t be directly accessed by other applications.
In addition, BlackBerry Enterprise Server comes with 19 application control policies that allow the administrator to limit which applications can access internal or external domains, make network connections, access the phone, access email messages, etc. The administrator can also prevent the downloading of third-party applications, the use of the device ports or the storing of data on the device.
Blackberry Tips by
Copy paste ini untuk broadcast ke teman teman anda:
Penjelasan apakah Blackberry bisa kena Virus? dan apakah punya Anti Virus?

Kamis, 21 April 2011

IMO Tab X7

IMO Tab X7
Spesifikasi IMO Tab X7 :
Jaringan: GSM/GPRS/EDGE 4 bands(850/900/1800/1900MHz), WCDMA 3g/HSPA 3 bands(900/1900/2100MHz); Dimensi: 179.3(width) x 110(height) x 11.4(depth) millimetres; Bobot: 377 gram; Layar: TFT capacitive multitouch, 256K colors, 800 x 400 pixels, 7 inches,; Kamera: 3. MP; Kamera Sekunder: VGA; Memori: DDR SDRAM 512 MB, microSD up to 32GB; Konektivitas: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v2.0 with EDR; Sistem Operasi: Android OS, v2.2 (froyo); Fitur lain: Ambient Light Sensor, G-Sensor ,Built in GPS module, calculator, Calendar, Google Talk Browser, make phone call, digital compass, Gmail, Alarm, Google Maps; Baterai: Lithium Polymer 3240 mAh.

Polytron Graffiti PG2000T

Polytron Luncurkan ponsel perdananya kali ini Polytron melepas tiga varian yakni Genio, Glozz dan Graffiti series.
Polytron Graffiti PG2000T
Spesifikasi Polytron Graffiti PG2000T :

Harga Baru:Rp. 795.000
Harga Bekas:-
Network:Dual GSM 900/1800
Ukuran/Berat:192 x 52 x 12.8/93 gram
Layar:LCD Touchscreen
Ukuran layar:400 x 240, 3.2 inches
Audio Jack:2.5 mm
Fitur Audio:Vibration, MP3 ring tones
Memori Internal:62 MB
Memory External:microSD up to 4GB
EDGE:Class 10
GPRS:Class 10
Cable Port:Mini USB
Kamera Belakang:2.0 Mpix CMOS camera, 3.0 Mpix by software
Kamera Depan:Tidak
Video Record:Ya. 27.778 fps (MP4)
Browser:Wap 2.0
Messaging:SMS, MMS
Java:MIDP 2.0 Twim (twitter mobile), Opera mini 3, e Buddy, Games : Dogstar, Frog
Radio:FM Radio
Tipe Baterai:Li-Ion 950 mAH
Video Player:Ya
MP3 Player:Ya
Audio Record:Ya
Multiple SIM Card:Ya. Dual GSM

Samsung C6712 Star II DUOS

Samsung C6712 Star II DUOS
Samsung C6712 Star II DUOS
Spesifikasi Samsung C6712 Star II DUOS :
GSM-GSM (Quad Band GSM); layar TFT Capasitive Touchscreen 262.144 warna, 240×400 piksel, 3,2 inci; kamera 3,15 MP, video (QVGA@15fps); sms, mms, email, IM; GPRS 12, EDGE, WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML; memori 30 MB, slot microSD card (up to 16GB); dual slot SIM card GSM & dual on, polifonik (MP3/WAV), sensor accelerometer, TouchWiz, java MIDP 2.0,  3.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Facebook, Twitter, GTalk, AIM, Facebook chat, Yahoo IM, player MP3/WAV/WMA/AAC+, player H.263/H.264/MP4, organiser, viewer document (word, excel, powerpoint, pdf), radio FM stereo (RDS), voice memo, Bluetooth v3.0 (A2DP), port microUSB 2.0; baterai Li-Ion 1200 mAh

SPC Jazzone - SPC Mobile Produk lokal Tak Kalah Dengan Ponsel China Lainnya

SPC Jazzone - SPC Mobile Produk lokal Tak Kalah Dengan Ponsel China Lainnya

SPC Jazzone - SPC Mobile Produk lokal Tak Kalah Dengan Ponsel China Lainnya
Spesifikasi SPC Jazzone :GSM-GSM, Dual band GSM 900/1800 MHz; Dimensi: 10,3×5,7×1,4 cm; berat 115 gram; layar warna QCIF (176×220 piksel), 2 inci; kamera VGA, lampu flash; SMS, MMS; GPRS, WAP; slot microSD card (up to 4GB); dual SIM card GSM & dual on, polifonik (MP3), TV analog, player MP3/MP4, radio FM, phonebook 500 entry, MTK 6253; port miniUSB; baterai Li-Ion 1200 mAh, standby time 480 jam, talktime 4,5 jam; harga Rp 399.000,-

Nokia X7

Nokia X7
Nokia X7
Spesifikasi Nokia X7:

  • Jaringan: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100;
  • Dimensi: 119.7 x 62.8 x 11.9 mm, 85 cc; Bobot: 146 g
  • Layar: AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, 360 x 640 pixels, 4.0 inchi, Gorilla glass display, Proximity sensor for auto turn-off, Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate;
  • Kamera: 8 MP, 3264x2448 pixels, fixed focus, dual-LED flash, Geo-tagging, face detection, video 720p@25fps;
  • Memori: 256 MB RAM, 1 GB ROM, microSD up to 32GB, 8GB included;
  • Konektivitas: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP, v2.0 microUSB, USB On-the-go support, HSDPA, 10.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 2 Mbps;
  • Sistem Operasi: Symbian Anna OS;
  • CPU: 680 MHz ARM 11 processor, Broadcom BCM2727 GPU
  • GPS: A-GPS support
  • Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
  • Browser: WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML, RSS feeds
  • Radio:  Stereo FM radio with RDS
  • Java: MIDP 2.1
  • Fitur Lain: Digital compass, Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic, Player MP3/WMA/WAV/eAAC+, Player DivX/XviD/MP4/H.264/H.263/WMV, Quickoffice document viewer (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF), Adobe Reader, Flash Lite 4.0, Voice memo/dial/command, Predictive text input, audio jack 3.5 mm;
  • Baterai: Li-Ion 1300 mAh (BL-5K)

Nokia E6

Nokia E6
Nokia E6
Spesifikasi Nokia E6:

  • Jaringan: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100;
  • Dimensi: 115.5 x 59 x 10.5 mm, 87 cc; Bobot: 133 g
  • Layar: TFT touchscreen, 16M colors, 640 x 480 pixels, 2.46 inchi, QWERTY keyboard;
  • Kamera: 8 MP, 3264x2448 pixels, fixed focus, dual-LED flash, Geo-tagging, video 720p@25fps;
  • Memori: 8 GB storage, 256 MB RAM, 1 GB ROM, microSD up to 32GB;
  • Konektivitas: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP, v2.0 microUSB, USB On-the-go support, HSDPA 10.2Mbps, HSUPA 2.0Mbps;
  • Sistem Operasi: Symbian Anna OS;
  • GPS: A-GPS support
  • Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
  • Browser: WAP 2.0/xHTML, HTML
  • Radio:  Stereo FM radio with RDS
  • Java: MIDP 2.1
  • Fitur Lain: player MP4/H.264/H.263/RV, player MP3/WMA/WAV/RA/eAAC+, QuickOffice document editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF), Organizer, Voice command/dial/commands, Predictive text input, audio jack 3.5 mm;
  • Baterai: Li-Ion 1500 mAh (BP-4L)

Samsung I9001 Galaxy S Plus

Samsung I9001 Galaxy S Plus
Samsung I9001 Galaxy S Plus
Spesifikasi Samsung I9001 Galaxy S Plus:

  • Jaringan: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900, HSDPA 900 / 1900 / 2100;
  • Dimensi: 122.4 x 64.2 x 9.9 mm; Bobot: 119 gram;
  • Layar: Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors, 480 x 800 pixels, 4.0 inchi, Gorilla Glass display, TouchWiz 3.0 UI, Multi-touch input method, Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate, Touch-sensitive controls, Proximity sensor for auto turn-off, Swype text input;
  • Kamera: 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus, Geo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection, video 720p@30fps;
  • Kamera Sekunder: VGA;
  • Memori: 8 GB storage, 512 MB RAM, 2GB ROM, microSD up to 32GB;
  • Konektivitas: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot, 3G HSDPA, 14.4 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps, Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP, v2.0 microUSB;
  • CPU: 1.4 GHz Scorpion processor, Adreno 205 GPU, Qualcomm MSM8255T Snapdragon;
  • Sistem Operasi: Android OS, v2.3 (Gingerbread);
  • Messaging: SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM, RSS
  • Browser: HTML
  • Radio: Stereo FM radio with RDS
  • GPS: A-GPS support
  • Fitur Lain: Social networking integration, Digital compass, Player MP4/DivX/Xvid/WMV/H.264/H.263, Player MP3/WAV/eAAC+/AC3/FLAC, TV-out, Organizer, Image/video editor, Document editor (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF), Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk, Picasa integration, Voice memo/dial/commands, Predictive text input, jack audio 3.5 mm;
  • Baterai: Li-Ion 1650 mAh

LG Phoenix dan Thrive - AT&T

LG Phoenix dan Thrive - AT&T
LG Phoenix dan Thrive - AT&T
Spesifikasi LG Phoenix
Quad Band GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) dan HSDPA; OS Android v2.2 Froyo, prosesor ARM11 600 MHz, GPU Adreno 200, chipset Qualcomm MSM7227; layar TFT capasitive touchscreen 262.144 warna, 320×480 piksel, 3,2 inci; kamera 3,15 MP, autofokus, geo-tagging, video; sms, mms, email, push email, IM; GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA 7,2 Mbps, HTML; memori 160 MB, slot microSD card (up to 32GB); polifonik (MP3), java (via java MIDP emulator), sensor accelerometer, WiFi 802.11 b/g, WiFi hotspot, radio FM, GPS (A-GPS), loudspeaker, jack audio 3,5mm, social networking integration (SNS), player MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV, player MP3/WAV/WMA/eAAC+, document viewer, organiser, voice memo, Bluetooth v2.1 (A2DP), port microUSB 2.0; baterai Li-Ion 1500 mAh

Spesifikasi LG Thrive

Quad Band GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz) dan HSDPA; OS Android v2.2 Froyo, prosesor ARM11 600 MHz, GPU Adreno 200, chipset Qualcomm MSM7227; layar TFT capasitive touchscreen 262.144 warna, 320×480 piksel, 3,2 inci; kamera 3,15 MP, autofokus, geo-tagging, video; sms, mms, email, push email, IM; GPRS, EDGE, HSDPA 7,2 Mbps, HTML; memori 160 MB, slot microSD card (up to 32GB); polifonik (MP3), java (via java MIDP emulator), sensor accelerometer, WiFi 802.11 b/g, radio FM, GPS (A-GPS), loudspeaker, jack audio 3,5mm, social networking integration (SNS), player MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV, player MP3/WAV/WMA/eAAC+, document viewer, organiser, voice memo, Bluetooth v2.1 (A2DP), port microUSB 2.0; baterai Li-Ion 1500 mAh

Aplikasi Launcher 7 Untuk Ponsel Android

Aplikasi Launcher 7 Untuk Ponsel Android
Bagi Anda yang ingin tampilan smartphone Android-nya bercitarasa Windows Phone 7, tak ada salahnya jika mencicipi aplikasi menarik ini.
Aplikasi bernama Launcher 7 ini, selain dapat membuat smartphone Android Anda serasa Windows Phone juga mudah untuk digunakan.
Seperti dikutip PULSAonline via pocketnow, dikatakan bahwa aplikasi tersedia dalam dua versi, yakni versi gratis dengan adanya iklan (advertise) yang terdapat di daftar aplikasi serta versi ‘donate’ minus iklan di dalamnya. Aplikasi ini juga sudah tersedia di Android Market.

RIM Requiring All BlackBerry App World Version 1.1 Users To Upgrade To Version 2.1

RIM has announced that they are now requiring all BlackBerry users running a version of BlackBerry App World older than version 2.0 to upgrade to the latest version. This is a requirement to anyone that still running version 1.1 or older. Here’s some of the quotes from the Inside BlackBerry blog post:
Starting tonight, existing BlackBerry App World 1.1 users will be required to upgrade to the latest version of BlackBerry App World. This upgrade will affect only a small percentage of current BlackBerry App World users.
As of April 8, when you attempt to access the BlackBerry App World client on your BlackBerry smartphone, you will receive the following message: “You must upgrade your client in order to continue”.
Version 2.1 of App World includes the following improvements and feature enhancements :
  • BlackBerry® ID account syncing
  • Carrier billing (dependent upon user region and carrier), credit card, PayPal® payment support
  • Improved navigation with Top 25 lists and enhanced application carousel
  • App barcode scanning support
  • In-app payment support
If you’re still running a version of BlackBerry App World that’s older than 2.0 you can get the latest version by going to through your BlackBerry browser.

BlackBerry Desktop Software Updated To Version 6.0.2 With Tablet Support & More

RIM today released a new version of the BlackBerry Desktop Sofware with a few new feature additions as well as a few fixes. The Desktop Software is now at version 6.0.2. Here is a summary of the new features:
  • Tablet support
    You can now use your BlackBerry® PlayBook™ tablet with the BlackBerry Desktop Software: sync your music playlists, pictures, and videos, back up and restore your tablet data, and update your BlackBerry® Tablet OS.
  • First-time connection
    The first time you open the BlackBerry Desktop Software, you can set some of your preferences, such as starting the BlackBerry Desktop Software whenever you connect your device and automatically checking for software updates.
  • Forget device
    You can remove your device from the list of known devices in the BlackBerry Desktop Software through the Device > Forget device menu.
  • Wi-Fi® music sync
    Your album art is now updated wirelessly
For more info go to

UberSocial Twitter Updated To Version 1.191 With Support For Installable Themes & More!

UberSocial Twitter Updated To Version 1.191 With Support For Installable Themes & More!
This version includes the following new features and bug fixes:
  • Support for installable themes with the first one being Uber50
  • Ablity to mute tweets based on keyword
  • Added ‘save’ button to each options screen so users know they can leave at any time and save what has changed
  • Fixed bug where blocking a user could cause an exception
Download OTA :
For 4.2.1 Devices  or (local link)
For 4.3 Devices  or (local link)
For 4.5 Devices  or (local link)
For 4.6 Devices (Bold, new Curves)  or (local link)
For 4.7 Devices (Storm, Tour)  or (local link)
For 5.0 (Storm, Tour, new Bold, and others)  or (local link)
For 6.0 Devices (Torch, Curve 3G, Pearl 3G)  or (local link)
Desktop Installer :  or (local link)

Leaked OS For The BlackBerry Bold 9780

Leaked OS For The BlackBerry Bold 9780
Download link :
Maxiluke NSL
Antihackerilnk Repository (thanks to antihackerlink repository)
DISCLAIMER: Install at your own risk. This is Leaked/Beta software that is not guaranteed to be stable, and therefore will not be supported by RIM or your wireless carrier should you run into some problems. As a precaution, if you decide to upgrade, it is highly recommended that you make a backup before using this software. If you are not comfortable using Leaked/Beta software you should probably wait for the next official release.

Leaked OS For The BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300

Download link :
repo.antihackerlink (thanks to antihackerlink repository)
DISCLAIMER: Install at your own risk. This is Leaked/Beta software that is not guaranteed to be stable, and therefore will not be supported by RIM or your wireless carrier should you run into some problems. As a precaution, if you decide to upgrade, it is highly recommended that you make a backup before using this software. If you are not comfortable using Leaked/Beta software you should probably wait for the next official release.

Twitter For BlackBerry Version Officially Released

Twitter For BlackBerry Version Officially Released
RIM has announced a new version of Twitter for BlackBerry application. The new version is v1.1.0.21, a little update from the version released in the BlackBerry Beta Zone in March. New feature for the new version:
  • Tweet Location
    Geotagging functionality on Twitter for BlackBerry smartphones is designed to allow BlackBerry smartphone users to add their location to their Tweets. Users can switch location on/off before each tweet.
  • Push @Mentions
    Users can receive immediate notifications, using BlackBerry Push technology, when they are mentioned by another Twitter user. Users can control whether they want to be notified when anyone mentions them or just when their followers mention them.
  • Chat-Style Messages
    Direct Messages has been renamed to Messages to align with the Twitter experience and the interface has been updated to a chat-style layout.
  • #Topic Autocomplete
    The #Topic Autocomplete feature is designed to pop up a list of keywords based on previous hashtagged words in Tweets, Retweets, any hashtagged words selected or searched for in Popular Topics, and in applications like Facebook® for BlackBerry smartphones.
  • Retweet Updates
    Retweets now appear in the Home timeline with a tag of “Retweeted by you” quickly alerting users that their retweet has gone through.
  • New gesture support
    BlackBerry smartphone users with a touch screen device can now refresh page content by simply dragging a finger down the device screen and releasing it.
  • New Language Support
    Twitter for BlackBerry smartphones 1.1 is now available in Czech, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Thai, and Polish.
Download OTA :
Blackberry Appworld
For OS 5.0 : (local link)
For OS 6.0 : (local link)
Desktop Installer : (local link) (local link)

Leaked OS For The BlackBerry Torch 9800

Download link :

DISCLAIMER: Install at your own risk. This is Leaked/Beta software that is not guaranteed to be stable, and therefore will not be supported by RIM or your wireless carrier should you run into some problems. As a precaution, if you decide to upgrade, it is highly recommended that you make a backup before using this software. If you are not comfortable using Leaked/Beta software you should probably wait for the next official release.

BlackBerry Bridge for PlayBook

BlackBerry Bridge for PlayBook
BlackBery Bridge adalah aplikasi yang koneksi BlackBerry smartphone anda dengan BlackBerry Playbook untuk anda bisa browsing email, PIM, apps, BBM dll yang ada di smartphone anda via PlayBook anda. (sepertinya SOTI pocket controller buat tampilkan BlackBerry smartphone di desktop komputer)
Buat user yang sudah beli Playbook via Black market atau langsung dari USA. Silakan download aplikasi must have tersebut buat Playbook anda.

What is BlackBerry Bridge

BlackBerry® Bridge™ mirrors the existing email, PIM and browser apps that are running on your BlackBerry® Smartphone, allowing you to view those apps on the BlackBerry® PlayBook’s™ larger display

Karena aplikasi tersebut belum tersedia untuk setiap operator di AppWorld, banyak user mengalami error downloading aplikasi tersebut. Berikut adalah cara manual untuk download BlackBerry Bridge
  1. Kunjungi
  2. Instal App World browser plugin di FireFox atau Internet Explorer
  3. Klik ‘Download’ di halaman BlackBerry Bridge di AppWorld
  4. Login dengan BlackBerry ID anda atau daftarkan ID baru jika belum punya BBID
  5. Connect BlackBerry smartphone ke desktop komputer via USB
  6. Accept semua agreements dan mulai sync untuk instal BlackBerry Bridge app
Setalah lakukan instal BlackBerry Bridge ke komputer dan ke smartphone anda,
  1. buka BlackBerry PlayBook anda dan buka setting Bridge,
  2. Aktifkan Bluetooth device dan Playbook anda dan pilih device anda untuk mulai pairing
  3. Isi secret keycode di smartphone yang tampil di PlayBook untuk pairing bluetooth
  4. Setelah pairing sukses, anda akan melihat icon baru di PlayBook anda di ‘BlackBerry Bridge’ tab.
Semoga informasi dan tips bermanfaat.

Crunch SMS for BlackBerry – iPhone Style Threaded SMS

Crunch SMS for BlackBerry – iPhone Style Threaded SMS

Kami menerima banyak permintaan aplikasi Crunch SMS via forum BerryIndo, walaupun aplikasi lama tapi masih cukup popular apalagi buat user yang masih mengunakan OS4. Aplikasi Crunch SMS akan menampilkan SMS seperti iPhone style dan bisa menampilkan contacts pics
Aplikasi tersebut telah disediakan secara Gratis, namum akan muncul banner iklan Crunch SMS setalh 7 hari pakai.
Crunch SMS for BlackBerry – iPhone Style Threaded SMS

More About Crunch SMS for BlackBerry

  • You love your BlackBerry® smartphone as much as we do? You SMS all the time? Wish the experience was a little more fun?
  • Then crunchSMS is for you: it’s a chat-style bubble SMS application like those seen on other smartphones. It’s intuitive, easy to use, and makes texting enjoyable!
  • No more message limit: crunchSMS automatically splits messages in 160 character chunks on CDMA networks. Now includes contact pics, smileys and signatures as well…nice!
  • It’s completely free and *all features* are accessible for FREE! There are no features to unlock or pay for and no other “pro” or “full” versions of crunchSMS. It’s nice and simple.
  • We do however after 7 days show a small “self-ad banner” inside crunchSMS to encourage users to support us.
  • For details about what’s in every release, see our change log at Download Gratis via BlackBerry Appworld - Download OTA

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Cara Merubah Newsfeed Facebook di Blackberry

Terus-terusan melihat orang yang sama di newsfeed, atau comments di Facebook kamu?

Facebook baru mengubah setting newsfeed kamu untuk cuma menampilkan berita dari friends/pages yang paling sering kamu lihat.

Untuk merubahnya (harus dari komputer) pergi ke bagian paling bawah newsfeed kamu, klik Edit Options di sebelah kanan & pilih 'A...ll Friends & Pages'.

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Top 100 Best Apps For Android

Top 100 Best Apps For Android of all time are a hard bunch to pick: after all, there’s now an estimated 230,000 different Android apps and games on the Android Market alone to choose from, and that’s not even the only repository for programs that’ll run on Google’s mobile OS.
But pick them we did, and you can see them – and download them – right from our epic guide right here. Grab your Android phone, make a cuppa and read on for the best Android apps of all time: Top 100.
There’s no statistical procedure for making the cut: these our simply the 100 best Android apps as decided by Electricpig’s staff, who live and breathe Android. These are the ones we use day in, day out, and have earned a vital place on our Android phones’ all too limited internal storage.
We’ve not included core Google apps that come preloaded, like Gmail, Voice Search, Google Maps and Navigation, or others that come pre-installed in supported phones like Adobe Flash 10.1. If you’ve got an Android phone, you’ll already have these, and you’ll already know they’re awesome. Likewise, we’ve only included Android apps that are available in the UK – so no Google Voice for now.
For download links, we’ve not provided QR codes, but instead linked through to AppBrain wherever possible: that way, whether you’re on PC, tablet or Android phone, you can click through to a central hub page where you can see reviews, pricing, direct Android Market link and QR codes. Where an Android app isn’t sold through the Market, we’ve linked to the developer’s download page so you can buy it just as easily. But enough talk: read on and see the best Android apps of all time!
3G Watchdog

In network speak, “unlimited” data rarely means unlimited – you’ve almost certainly got a cap for your downloads, be it 500MB, 1GB or 3GB. Just pop this in and 3G Watchdog tracks how much you’ve slurped each month so you know when to cut back on the keyboard cat clips on YouTube. You can see at a glance just by pulling down the notification bar, making it incredibly convenient.

7digital is largely invisible to your man on the street, and yet it probably powers a music hub or download service you use regularly. It makes up the big three with iTunes and Amazon for the number of tunes it has in its library, and most tracks are high quality MP3s. New content is added all the time, and it’s beginning to come into its own right as a one stop shop for MP3 downloads.
Look. This game is not original. This is a Doodle Jump rip off. The cow couldn’t look more fraudulent than if he was wearing a pair of Kevin Kline undies. But it is free, and Doodle Jump for Android is not. So! Go get it.
Adobe Photoshop Express

Adobe Photoshop Express means you can give much needed touch ups to those washed out smartphone snaps. Add soft focus, colour correct, crop, change to sepia or black and white and add one touch effects like vignettes. The photo browser also lets you organise your snaps, and upload them to the usual raft of social networking sites.
Adobe Reader

Have you ever accidentally tried to View a PDF in Gmail, and witnessed Google Docs butcher it in front of your eyes? Yeah, Google doesn’t do PDFs very well. Luckily, Adobe does: this comfortably opens PDFs you’re sent, wrapping and rezizing text and letting you get your pinch to zoom on too. Grab it now, and be grateful when the times comes and you need to use it in a jam – like you’ve forgotten to print off an e-ticket, for instance.

ADW.Launcher is another homescreen rejigger that really makes you wonder what the big phone makers were doing when they crafted their Android software skins. It’s fast, clean and completely customisable, letting you put what you see fit in your own dock. If you don’t like LauncherPro try this, but for Heaven’s sake, don’t put up with Motoblur on your Motorola Milestone or Defy.
Album Art Grabber

You may be surprised to find while plonking your iTunes collection on yoru Android phone’s SD card for the first time that album art doesn’t come with it. Apple doesn’t actually use the standard way to tag tracks with their respective graphics, but this one click solution fills the gap for you, and stashes images on the SD card too – plus if you object to a naked baby on your homescreen while listening to Nirvana, you can change the artwork to any other picture you have too.
Aldiko Book Reader

The Kindle Android app is great if you use Amazon’s ereader platform on other devices too, but we like a bit of competition, and Aldiko certainly gives, with its own book store. Plus, you can open your own eBook files you already own, as it’s down with most formats.
Amazon Kindle

The Amazon Kindle app for Android gives you access to over 500,000 ebooks through the Amazon ebook portal. If you’ve got a Kindle, you can also use WhisperSync to link up your accounts and devices so that you’ll never lose your page. Anything you buy can be read across devices, and reading is flexible, with customiseable text size, bookmarks and annotations.
Amazon MP3

Buy music on your Android phone from Amazon’s massive music library. Think of this as the Android alternative to the iPhone’s iTunes music store. OK, so there aren’t any music videos, podcasts, audiobooks or any other frippery that Apple likes to chuck in amongst the digital tunes. On the other hand, Amazon MP3 is incredibly easy to use, densely packed with musical choice, and often cheaper than Apple’s music store too!
Check out our Best Android phone Top 5 now!

It’s ChromeToPhone, but right back at ya. android2cloud simply lets you shove what you were reading on your phone straight to your desktop browser for when you get back in the door and want to carry on reading at a respectable font size.


Ever wondered what you’d look like if you were magically morphed into the same size, shape and appearance as Google’s robotic mascot Andy? Well wonder no more, because Google has given you the tool with which to fulfil this rather worrying fantasy. Androidify is an impressively slick avatar creation program which allows you modify aspects such as skin tone, size, clothing and accessories to create an Android-style likeness of your good self. You can then share this via all the usual channels.
Angry Birds

Does Angry Birds need an introduction? Probably not. If you still haven’t taken the plunge and started flinging feathered ammunition across your Android phone’s screen, you’re missing out on a mobile gaming phenomenon. It’s completely free on Android, with only small ads popping up now and again. Addictive, fun and fiendishly difficult at times. We can’t recommend it highly enough.
Angry Birds Seasons

Angry Birds Seasons is the Angry Birds that gets, well, you guessed it, all the Angry Birds seasonal content. That means Christmas specials, Halloween themes and in a couple of weeks it will probably be the hub that gets the better-than-flowers Valentine’s edition of Angry Birds. We know you’re not sick of the original yet, but this makes doubly sure you’ll be able to have fun wherever you take your Android phone.
App 2 SD

So here’s the deal: an Android 2.2 and up phone allows you to install alot of apps to your SD card, rather than your phone’s limited internal storage – something even a high end phone like the Google Nexus One has very little of indeed. But if you’ve filled up your internal storage or are running a phone with Android 2.1 or lower, App 2 SD acts as a band aid. It won’t let you run apps from your SD card, but it will let you move them to it for when you don’t need them, and reinstall quickly when the time comes.
AppAware Market

AppAware Market mixes things up a bit when it comes to Android Market recommendation by crowdsourcing ratings. Not only can you see the top installed Android apps from AppAware users, you can see which ones have been uninstalled the most, see the top apps of those nearby you, and even those of your friends who’ve opted in too. Give it a go: it’s free and you never know what you might find.
AppBrain App Market

Google’s recent update to the Android Market still leaves it woefully behind the iPhone App Store – not least because after two and a half years there is still no desktop version to browse. Thanks guys. In the meantime, AppBrain App Market does a fantastic job of recommending good apps to you absed on previous downloads, and shows you hot picks and apps which have had a price drop too. One of the best Android apps to get started finding all the others, no matter what phone you own.
Astro File Manager

A handy, simple way to get access to the file structure on your Android phone – you’ll want to do this from time to time when you can’t find the video you want to send, or a certain ROM for your emulators. it can even zip up files to send – this really makes your Android phone a portable PC.
Auto Mount Your SD Card

This really is an elegant solution for something Google really ought to get off its bum and fix itself. Install it, and now when you plug your Android phone in to your computer (PC or Mac), it automatically mounts as external USB storage, negating the need for the laborious process of unlocking your phone and confirming this every time you want to grab some pics or sideload something.

Ever tried to use your own photo as a background for your Android phone? Bet it went horribly wrong, and got all stretched, didn’t it? That’s because Android uses an unusual resolution, to give that effect of the background moving ever so slightly when you swipe through homescreens. Backgrounds is a free app that lets you pick out plenty, and they all look just great. If you’re using an Android phone with an AMOLED screen (rather than LCD), try an all black image, and see if it gives you a battery life boost. That one’s on us.
See our Best Android phone budget Top 5 here!
Barcode Scanner

We could complain about the Android Market until Google releases the next big OS update and then some, but we must admit, we like the ability to pull up a link from a QR code (Those blotch black and white squares) since it saves the hassle of hammering out a URL. Grab Barcode Scanner, point your Android phone’s camera at one and watch as it pulls up the link. As the name suggests, it’s also rather good at checking out regular barcodes for price comparison too, which is nice.
Battery Indicator

We imagine there’s a cynical reason most smartphones don’t show remaining battery on the homescreen as a percentage rather than a vague symbol, but the benevolent folks behind Battery Indicator are here to help. Install, and it’ll give you a precise percentage of juice left in the notification bar, in an icon no bigger than the default icon. If you have an Android phone with a pathetic battery, like the HTC Desire HD, you need to try this out, pronto.
Beautiful Widgets
We stick with the more utilitarian Widgetsoid on our own Google Nexus S, but if you’re the sort of person who lusts after HTC’s suite of Android widgets but have a different brand of phone, this is the best Android app for you. It’s stuffed full of hundreds of lavish looking homescreen applets, with lots of animations to choose from, and customisable power control bars too.
Bonsai Blast

Imagine Puzzle Bobble in an ornate Oriental garden: then imagine not having to pay for the privilege of playing this ace colour coordinated casual game. Now stop imagining and go and download it from the Market: Bonsai Blast is one of the best free Android games out there.

We love Dropbox, but there’s always if you want more storage without having to pay: you get 5GB of cloud storage as opposed to Dropbox’s poxy 2GB. That’s yours to play around with as you see fit, so store what you like on it – we find it’s a very useful phone photo storage solution for those without a paid for Flickr account.
Brothers In Arms 2

Gameloft simply loves to mimic the IP of big name console franchises and stick them on mobile. This Call of Duty aping Android title however is well worth the price, with glorious graphics and a fantastic campaign to blast through. You’ll have to buy it on Gameloft’s Android portal rather than the Market, but it’s worth hunting down.

If you use the PayPal Android app, you might have used Bump’s tech before. Bump is super nifty tech that means you can share stuff with other people just by bumping your phones together, in a sort of smartphone data smooch. It works between operating systems too, so you can have an unlikely romance between an Android and an iPhone, iPad, or even an iPod touch.

A scanner! In your phone! We’re big advocates of paperless offices but for the times you do need to scan a document in, the CamScanner Android app works eerily well, even with the awful sensors Motorola still sticks on most of its phones these days. Simply take a shot, select the corners of the page in the image, and watch as it twiddles with the contrast and whatnot to give you a smooth, flat, white sheet of paper with your text on.
Carr Matey
We imagine Yanks used to enormous shopping centres and even bigger carparks love this little app, but it’ll probably come in handy from time to time in cramped Blighty too. You simply drop a pin where you parked your car, then track it back to where you left it, while laughing at the pirate themes directions Carr Matey gives you. Handy, and absolutely not recommended if you park your car in an area where you’re likely to get robbed walking back to it, for both your motor and your mobile.
CoPilot Live
Google Maps Navigation is truly one of the most groundbreaking developments in software of the last decade – it’s now built in on Android, which is why we haven’t included it here. But even it has its flaws: it only caches some mapping, so you need a 3G connection, which is a no go in parts of the countryside, and abroad if you don’t want a huge bill. CoPilot Live however is full PND software for your phone at a knockdown price, with locally stored maps. Ace.
Best HTC phone Top 5: See the list!
Dolphin Browser HD

Dolphin Browser HD is superior to the stock (and already recent) Android browser app in every way. It’s faster, still supports Flash 10.1 on Android 2.2 and up, and offers gestures, letting you jump straight back up to the top of a page in an instant for instance – an obvious UI feature Google has failed to figure out as of yet. Google devs, this is one of the best Android apps you could learn from.
doubleTwist AirSync

We love the free desktop version of doubleTwist as a simple way to sync music and media to any phone that isn’t an iPhone, with an eerily similar iTunes-interface and absolutely none of the Ping. This complementary Android app adds the awesome extra feature of wireless sync. While it’s a pricier solution than WinAmp, we really like the sparse, get-the-job-done approach of the desktop software it works with.

Stashing files in the cloud is the smart way to centralise your digital documents, but in practice it can sometimes be quite fiddly. Enter, Dropbox. This neat cloud storage app hooks you up with gigs and gigs of free storage (and you can earn more by referring friends). Pay a bit of money and you can get oodles of space. Dropbox lets you tap into your files anywhere, and even better, plenty of other apps sync with Dropbox to automatically save things like photos and audio clips.
Dungeon Defenders: First Wave
Dungeon Defenders is the first Android game to use Epic’s Unreal mobile engine, and it looks glorious. It plays it too, offering up a heady mix of tower defence and action roleplaying that’ll please both casual gamers and World of Warcraft addicts alike. The only thing to watch out for: you’ll need a powerful Android phone with a big chunk of space free on its SD card (600MB), as it”s so graphically intensive.

EVAC plays like Pac-Man fell asleep and woke up inside The Grid. This beautiful neon puzzle game gives you plenty of mazes to beat, and makes you think about your gameplan rather than relying on twitch reactions. Those using an Android phone with a high res WVGA (800×480) screen should opt for EVAC HD, while those with HVGA screens or lower (Like the HTC Hero and HTC Legend) should go with the regular version.

Evernote is the don of mobile note taking. The Android app lets you type notes and make an audio note at the same time, then attach a file, take a photo, then file it away neatly with some appropriate tags and pinning it into one of your digital notebooks. As soon as you hit save, that note will sync with any other version of Evernote you use, be it on a tablet, PC or Mac.

Facebook needs no introduction. While it’s usually later to get features than the iOS Facebook app, Zuckerberg and pals are pushing to get Android up to speed, with Places and improved Groups added just before Christmas. Like all Facebook apps, it’s free. Fingers crossed it’ll be getting Deals soon too!

Use your GPS-enabled Android phone to check-in to places and earn badges and (possibly) discounts at selected stores, bars and restaurants. Special check-in combinations earn special badges. Do a tour of four Apple stores in a day, for instance, and you’ll unlock a special Mac-lover badge. Checking in absurdly often? You’ll get the over-shareing badge. It’s a bit like being a digital cub scout, earning badges for roaming around, rather than tying fiddly knots. Fun, too.
Find out what the five best Android apps of all time are here!
Unless you’re rocking a Motorola Milestone XT720 or Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, the chances are your Android phone’s camera is a bit awful. In which case, we suggest you spruce up your pictures by overlaying them wtih retro templates to mask this fact, while giving them a Polaroid 70s feel in the process. For now, this is the closest you’ll get to Instagram on Android, and it’s well worth a look if you’re disatisfied with the quality of your smartphone’s piccies.
Game Dev Story

Remember how in the 90s you played Theme Hospital to death? This cute sim gives off those great Bullfrog vibes, placing you in charge of a game development studio. Plan years ahead, garner rave reviews and prepare for new console releases. Seriously, weirdly addictive.
Google Chrome to Phone
Reading something in your browser at home, then need to head out? If you’re signed into your Google account on Chrome (or Firefox with a plug-in) you can sling them to your Android 2.2 or up phone, and carry on reading on the bus, courtesy of the free Google Chrome To Phone.
Google Earth

Google Earth serves little purpose in everyday use, other than to look absolutely amazing. Which it does. You could spend hours just zooming in and out of the world, marvelling at its beauty, and Google’s phenomenal ability to capture it all. And we have – and we advise you to do the same.
Google Goggles

A glimpse into the future, this first party Android app shows where image search is headed. Take a photo and Google Goggles will do its darndest to work out what exactly is in the shot, and bring you details about it. Snap a painting in a gallery for instance, and you can find out who it’s by and more – the same goes for landmarks. It’ll also translate some languages for you on the fly, though if you’re using it on your jollies, watch out for pesky roaming charges.
Google Listen
Google’s own podcast trapper-keeper Google Listen is still in beta, but works a treat for sucking down the latest episodes of your favourite audio shows, and cleverly uses Google Reader for managing on the desktop. It’s one for casual podcast listeners rather than audiobook obsessives, but it gets the job done with litle fuss for free.
Google Reader

Google took a strangely long time to come out with a native Android app for its popular RSS reader, but now that it’s here we don’t know how we coped without it. The Google Reader Android app is just like the web version optimized for a small screen, with handy options to view video embeds and even navigate through posts up and down with the volume keys. It’s text heavy, sure, but that’s quite alright with us when it works flawlessly.
Google Sky Map

One of the best educashional Android apps: this chin stroking official Google app shows you the night sky, and all the constellations and clusters that supposedly look like an animal but clearly don’t. Or at least it shows you what you would see where it not for urban smog getting in the way. Anyway, the Google Sky Map Android app lets you look like Patrick Moore, and that’s good enough for us.
Google Translate

Google Translate‘s handy on a desktop, but inifnitely more so on your phone, when you’re likely to be out and about asking people Polly voo English? It translates on the fly, offering up voice input and even a scary new mode where you can chat over IM in English and Spanish, while the Google Translate iPhone app does all the translation.
Guerrilla Bob
Fresh from a successful tour of duty on the iPhone, Guerrilla Bob is now bringing his own unique brand of death and destruction to Android. The result is easily one of the most visually arresting twin-stick shooters on Google’s mobile platform, but this visual brilliance means you’ll need a powerful phone to extract the most enjoyment. Cross-platform multiplayer helps to liven things up when you’ve completed the single-player experience, and the game is configured to make use of the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play’s unique control setup.
Gun Bros

Gun Bros looks every bit as good on Android as it does on the iPhone. As two beefy brothers with guns (Hence the name), you walk around annihilating wave after wave of alien enemies, in a cross between the Duke Nukem games of the 1990s and Streets of Rage. It’s still in beta however, so expect some bugs – but at least it doesn’t cost a penny.
Want to see the five best free Android apps? Click here!
Handcent SMS
Handcent SMS replaces the stock messaging Android app on your phone with a new look program bursting with added features. You can completely customise layout and notifications for different friends, group text people easily and change the layout as you see fit. There’s a ton of themes to download, and plenty of plug-ins on the Android Market too which give you new fonts, emoticons and more.
We really hate voicemail – not so much because the messages people leave us are never good ones, but just because ringing up the network, then pressing all the buttons to listen to it, then having to hear them all again if you missed a bit of it, then trying to delete it, is. A. Nightmare. HulloMail is a simple Visual Voicemail Android app that’s a cinch to set up, and simply gives you voicemails like they were MP3 audio files you can stop and scrub as you like.
InstaFetch Pro

InstaFetch does a great job of integrating with InstaPaper, the web service that reduces long form articles to text with no ads or nonsense getting in the way: the traffic is two way as well, since you can shove articles from your Android browser to InstaPaper as well. Add offline caching of articles into the mix, and you’ve got the best InstaPaper Android app.

Google’s always coming up with new ways to save power but there’s no denying that Android can slurp through your battery’s juice all too quickly. JuiceDefender is a nice solution, turning off various settings at thresholds you specify to make sure you don’t run out for an emergency, and is much more comprehensive on rooted phones, which can toggle many more. We’re recommending this over any task killers (Note their absence from our Best Android apps 100 list) as a power saving solution, as particularly on Android 2.2 and up, task killers are just a placebo, and if anything, can waste power.
Keyboard from Android 2.3

Android 2.3 comes with an amazing new touchscreen keyboard, which is almost as responsive as the iPhone’s legendary QWERTY – and adds some killer UI features on top too. For those lumbered with a Google Nexus One or older Android phone with a bobbins custom manufacturer keyboard (LG and Acer, we’re looking at you), this open source interpretation of it is free and works like a charm.
Kik Messenger

We’re big fans of WhatsApp for smartphone instant messaging, but the other program gaining traction is Kik Messenger, which works like a charm, using a more SMS style layout for your chats with friends. Really, it’s just a question of trying both out to see which more of your friends use – don’t expect any BlackBerry mates on this one though, as the developer is in the midst of a legal brawl with RIM.

The Android app has been around for years now, and while it’s been eclipsed by the likes of Spotify’s mobile offerings, it still offers a lot of choice for very little. It’s also still a great way to discover new music, letting you create your own personal radio station, where music discovery is one of Spotify’s few failings.
Unless you own a HTC Sense Android phone, use a custom ROM or a Nexus handset, please don’t take offense when we say your Android launcher is awful – with special laginess prizes going out to Sony Ericsson and Motorola. Luckily, you can speed things up and customise your homescreen to your heart’s content by installing LauncherPro instead, which gives you a nice plain dock to tool with, and no laggy social feeds hubs cemented on. Seriously, give it a go and see how much more enjoyable it makes Android.
Meridian Media Player Autonomy

Not everyone likes to keep enormous, lossless FLAC versions of their songs on their Android phone’s SD cards, but audio purists will appreciate the extra format support this smart music player offers over the bult in Android sound slinger. Meridian also lets you edit the ID3 tags of all your songs on the fly, which is handy if your CD ripping software of choice hasn’t done it already. Or you’re, er, sourcing music from, how shall we say, “elsewhere”.
MiniSquadron Special Edition
MiniSquadron is like an evil, aviation version of Micro Machines. Shoot down rival planes, perform acrobatics to dodge and generaly just survive – which is much easier said than done. Add to that the frantic multiplayer versus mode over Wi-Fi and you’re looking at a winner of an Android game. The special edition version comes with eight extra levels of awesomeness.
Find out what the best Android games Top 5 are right now!
Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus

Gameloft’s Android invasion continues apiece with this Call of Duty-inspired first-person blaster. After successfully fulfilling its mission on the iPhone, Modern Combat 2 brings across its stunning visuals, addictive gameplay and hectic multiplayer mayhem to Google’s mobile OS. You’ll need a decent phone to make the most of this – T-Mobile G1 owners need not enlist – but it’s worth it. Modern Combat 2 effortlessly blows away the competition and wouldn’t look out of place on Sony’s PSP handheld.
My Tracks
The must have fitness Android app. This free download elegantly tracks your GPS movement in excercise, charting speed, distance and even elevation. Then once you’re done, you can upload data to a Google spreadsheet, and see it visualised on Google Maps. It’s always demoralising at first to discover you haven’t run nearly as far as you thought, but bear with it and this app will have you as fit as a circus act in no time.
Wow. That’s the first word that springs to mind when you see N64oid boot up for the first time. If you thought that SNESoid and psx4droid were impressive then you’re probably going to scream like an excitable child when you see this baby in action. Although it’s still early days for the app, it already boasts a surprising level of compatibility with N64 ROMS and runs the superlative Mario 64 like a dream. The controls work well too, with the N64’s analogue stick proving to be very forgiving when translated to a touch screen. If you have any interest in retro gaming whatsoever, then this is a no-brainer.
First Person Shooters, or FPS games, don’t get much better than this on mobile. It’s beautifully made, with some outright ingenious gameplay elements and controls that work wonderfully, even on the cramped screen of a mobile phone. Fragging, deathmatches, rocket-jumping. If all these phrases are alien to you, this is the perfect introduction. If you’re an old hand at first person action, you’ll still find N.O.V.A a treat.
What did we do before PayPal? With the Paypal Android app you can check payments, transfers, balance, and even go Dutch. Every payment is confirmed with a pin or password too, so it’s secure. The best bit of the PayPal app though is the Bump tech that’s inside – knock two Android phones together and exchange details for quick and easy payments.
If you’ve got a phone running Android 2.2 or up, the chances are you have a mobile WiFi hotspot app built right in. For everyone else who wishes to apply their Android phone’s 3G connection to their laptop, there’s PDAnet. It’s free, it works with PC and Macs, and the only catch is it’s through USB tethering or Bluetooth rather than Wi-Fi. Go get it.
PES 2011
It’s taken longer than we would have liked, but the Android Market is finally getting some love from big-name publishers. Konami is one such company, and it has rewarded those of us that haven’t succumbed to Apple’s posturing with this blistering example of virtual footie. Granted, attempting to replicate Wayne Rooney’s spectacular overhead volley on a touch screen interface isn’t easy, but the amazing graphics help soften the blow a little. It’s also encouraging to see how much of the console’s edition’s gameplay has been replicated in this pint-sized offering, with a wide range of leagues and teams to choose from.
Pocket God
ngmoco’s charming game is like Lionhead’s Black & White parboiled down into an Android app. Decide the fate of your little islanders and rain death from the sky or bring bountious harvests. While some of the actions you can trigger are incredibly morbid, Pocket God is still an adorable Android game that for the price is a must have download.
Pocket Legends
While it is technically possible to play World of Warcraft on an Android phone, it’s not ideal, since it’s designed for a huge PC screen. The free Pocket Legends on the other hand is a gorgeous looking massively mutliplayer online RPG, played through and designed for your Android. Sure, the combat is simplified, but you can play with friends over Wi-Fi and 3G. And it’s free! Get questing.
Prey Phone Tracker
Prey is a simple app you will hopefully never have run. Just install it and set up an account on Prey’s website, then should somebody swipe your Android phone, you can simply track it, Find My iPhone style. It’s worth noting new HTC Sense Android phones have a similar feature built in, and you’ll need to have your GPS on for this to work – but you can trigger that remotely if you prefer to keep it off most of the time with Tasker, another app on our Best Android apps of all time list.
Profile Valet
Tasker is a fantastic Android app, but there’s no denying it can be daunting to use. By contrast, Profile Valet makes setting up automated settings based on location or time of day a doddle. Want your phone on silence between midnight and 7am? Easy. Wi-Fi on when you get home? Sure thing. It’s a shame there aren’t more actions it can trigger or be set off by like Tasker, but it’s free and painless, so it’s the next best thing.
While some new Google phones will eventually get access to Sony’s PlayStation Suite, many more Android phones are capable of playing PlayStation One classic games right now. You’ll need this, plus a few other tips and tricks, but luckily we’ve got a full walkthrough for you explaining how you can create your very own PlayStation Phone. Find the right game, and it works like a dream – there’s a lite free version if you want to check it works before forking out.
Pulse News Reader
Android doesn’t have too many visual, magazine style RSS reader apps at the moment, in the same way iOS boasts – though that may change with the advent of Android 3.0 Honeycomb for tablets. In the meantime, Pulse News Reader is the best of the bunch, presenting news feeds and blogs in a gorgeous layout – plus there’s offline caching for when you’re on the train with poor or no signal, and Facebook news feed integration. If you’ve never used RSS before and have an Android phone, we urge you to try this one out.
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Remote Desktop

While mobile VNC is easy on modern smartphones, this flips things on its head by giving you access to your Android phone from your computer instead: check out the contents of its storage, get notifications on your computer screen and even send SMS messages with your keyboard. Great for office workers.
RockPlayer Lite

Android isn’t known for its video format support, and if this is a dealbreaker for you, we suggest you go with a Samsung Galaxy S phone – Samsung’s gone above and beyond to offer native support for usually unplayable AVI and MKV files. For the rest of us, RockPlayer does a great job of opening any clip in any format in a pinch – perfect for watching TV shows on the go.

Skype for Android gives you access to a full contacts list (and syncs with your Google contacts on your phone), lets you make in-app calls on the cheap (or for free if you call another Skyper) and has instant message support that can work one to one or with a group. Hook up to Wi-Fi if you’re going to Skype from abroad to avoid pesky roaming charges though!
Slice It!
As with all the puzzle flavoured best Android apps on our list, Slice It! hooks you by starting off easily, and ramping up the difficulty until you’ve drained your HTC Desire HD‘s battery by playing it for two hours continuously. You’re presented with shapes you have to plaster lines across and cut into the reuired number of segments of equal surface area. Even if you didn’t dig geometry, you’ll dig this ad-supported free game.
Like LauncherPro, this gets rids of the random garbage launcher your Android phone manufacturer has likely enforced upon you. Instead of paring it down however, this Android app transforms your homescreen into a beautiful, visual guide to all your notifications, with the latest from calls, text messages, email, Twitter and even RSS. Take that in your static homescreen face, iPhone.
Smooth Calendar
Google’s calendar widget will take a huge chunk of screen real estate, without ever showing more than one day’s events ahead. Smooth Calendar on the other hand, is a nice thin bar with a clean visual indication of the day, and detailed descriptions of your next three upcoming events. This has pride of place on our Google Nexus S‘ homescreen.
SMS Backup +
Historians are going to look back at this time and curse us: SMS messages really are the most transient form of communciation humans have ever invented. Other than speech. Anyway, the point is, SMS Backup + lets you preserve your 153 character gems for posterity by backing them up to a label on your Gmail account. It keeps them as conversations, just as your Android phone does, which is handy too.
While only more recent Android phones will cope with psx4droid and the PlayStation back catalogue, Snesoid is slightly less demanding, and still lets you indulge in some super retro gaming action. It plays all your SNES roms with ease, and if your Android is touchscreen only, overlays the screen with a nice array of virtual buttons. It’s a paid for Android app, but also one of the very best Android apps full stop. Well worth it.
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Spectral Souls
It’s true. There are a ton of great RPGs you could play on a SNES emulator on your Android phone for a lot less than the price of Spectral Souls – but just think of how you’ll be helping the Android gaming dev scene with your contribution! Also, this is a massive, bloomin’ marvellous retro-ish adventure game which will suck your time like Dragon Quest IX does on the Nintendo DS.

As many tunes as you can stuff into your ears, with offline caching that’ll stop you blitzing that 3G data allowance too. Spotify‘s music streaming app is very nearly perfect, and a must-own for music-loving Android owners. The only downside is you’ll need to fork out cash for a monthly Spotify subscription – £9.99 in the UK. It’s worth every penny though. Note that the link above will take you through to Spotify’s mobile site for download, as AppBrain doesn’t currently list the European only app.
SwiftKey Keyboard
SwiftKey is another keyboard Android app that gets better as you use it. It tries to predict the next word you’ll use based on sentence structure, rather than just the current word you’re typing, and it learns your lingo over time, making it eerily efficient. If you’re on an Android 2.1 or lower phone, we strongly advise you to check this out – and it looks a lot like HTC’s Android keyboard, which is a tres good thing.
SwipePad Beta

While Android’s ace homescreen lets you slap shortcuts for essential apps on it, after installing all of these ones here in our best Android apps Top 100, it’ll be a tad full. And exiting out of the app you’re in to switch another from the menu screen can be a pain too. This essential Android app lets you create a dock you can summon at anytime by swiping up from the edge of the screen, and you can fill it with your must use programs, contacts and even Gmail labels. Marvellously convenient.
Swype is one of a new wave of unconventional touchscreen keyboards available on Android. Instead of poking one key at a time, you swipe (Get it?) across the screen for the word you want – it’s eerily accurate and if you give it time to learn your new words, get’s very fast. It’s worth trying on any Android phone, but if you’ve got one with an unresponsive resistive touchscreen it’s absolutely essential. You can download it simply by clicking through to the company’s site and registering.

You probably won’t need this if you’re sporting a HTC Sense or Sony Ericsson Android phone, but for the rest of us, Google’s attempts at linking Facebook profiles to those in your phonebook often falls short, with no way to manually join them. SyncMyPix makes a much more intelligent attempt at populating your contacts with Facebook profile pics, so you can see who’s calling you at a glance.
Tasker lets you create incredible, complex profiles based on everything from your location to whether the Wi-Fi is on, or your headphones are plugged in. Then they lie dormant in the background, triggering actions at your convenience: we’ve got our Google Nexus set to turn off the PIN lock when we get home and give us a list of media playing apps to launch when we plug in our cans. It’s utterly brilliant, and well worth the time to customise. In fact, it’s so good, we named it in our Best Android apps of 2010.
The Sims 3
If we have to explain the concept of The Sims to you at this point, honestly, where have you been for the last decade plus? We only ask, because it sounds like the sort of pop culture vacuum we could retreat to and not have to hear anything more about Peaches Geldof and Katie Price, it’s that ubiquitous. Anyway, The Sims 3 is the The Sims 3, letting you control (or maltreat) your beings as you see fit, and watch as it unfolds. Absorbing fun.

One of the most baffling omissions in Android is a simple timer app. There just isn’t one that’s easy to find. While we wait for Google to slap its forehead and put one into the Clock app, grab Tick! instead. You simply wind up an analog dial for the number of minutes you need, then watch it countdown. Handy for cooking and the like.
TuneIn Radio
Instant access to the world of internet radio. Listen to rumba stations from Cuba, or country from the deep south. Over 40,000 channels, with browsing by type and genre, plus presets to save your favourites. This version is free, with banner ads, but if you fancy an ad-free version get your hands on RadioTime.
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TV Show Favs

TV Show Favs is for the sort of person who follows American TV schedules rather than waiting months for the BBC to pick up a hot new show: You just enter the shows you watch, and then it’ll remind you when the next new show airs, as well as let you keep tab of the episodes you’ve already seen. Perfect for boxset addicts.
TweetDeck for Android might just be a better option than the official Twitter app for Android, depending on what you want to do. TweetDeck lets you pull in more than one account, plus Foursquare, Facebook and Google Buzz feeds, as well as the usual replies, mentions and retweet functions, and it looks a whole lot nicer than the desktop client.

Twicca (Update)

We know what you’re thinking – do I really need another accursed Twitter client when I already have the excellent official app and the mighty TweetDeck? The answer to that question ultimately depends on how much control you want over your Twitterverse. Twicca – which has been in beta for what seems like years and has recently been updated for Gingerbread – is without a shadow of a doubt the most comprehensive Twitter app on Android, offering near-limitless customisation. However, for all its depth and complexity, our favourite feature is the ability to colour-code tweets, so you can group people into various categories.
The Twitter Android app does everything you need to keep up to date with all your tweeps on the go. Tweet, reply, retweet, share and favourite tweets, and will also let you keep on top of your lists, alter your profile. Be aware though, to use the Twitter for Android app, you’ll need to be running Android 2.1 or higher. An older version than this means you’re stuck with the mobile app.
Twonky Mobile

Increasingly, Android phone peddlers are including some form of media streaming app built in – Samsung, Motorola, HTC and Acer all offer this feature on their new Google phones. Have something different and want to join in the fun and stream music and video from your phone to DLNA friendly devices in your house? Grab Twonky Mobile, which is currently free. It’ll let you create your own DLNA or UPnP server, so you can stream TV shows from your phone to your PS3 plugged into your telly, for instance.
Waze: Community GPS

This is one of the best Android apps for the helpful rather than the greedy – right now its use is pretty limited in the UK. But the point of this social GPS satnav app is to build up a crowdsourced, intelligent map. Users submit their routes – and this in turn helps it plot the real best route. It’s only just starting to take off in the UK so Google motorists, chip in!
WhatsApp Messenger

You know how all your friends still lugging BlackBerrys around love their BlackBerry Messenger? Get them to install this cross platform alternative instead: you can holler at friends on Android, iPhone, BlackBerry and Symbian phones, using micro amounts of data instead of wasting valuable texts for long conversations. It’s instant messaging, but tied to your mobile number so as soon as you install it you’ll see which of your friends use it and are available to pester.
Widgetsoid lets you conjure up widgets of just about any shape for your homescreen, then stuff them full of toggles for all sorts of power controls, settings and media toggles. Want a bar that lets you toggle 2G and 3G, remove the PIN lock and toggle screen brightness? Want it vertical? Whatever, you choose.
WinAmp for Android is a great music player made even better by the addition of wireless desktop syncing and iTunes library importing. Just leave your phone lying around in the radius of your home network, and presto, all the latest songs you ripped on your computer will be there. Magic.
Wyse Pocketcloud

Ever find yourself wishing you could connect to your PC or Mac and peruse all its contents (and see its desktop) on your Android phone? Wyse Pocketcloud is your go to Android app then. This RDP/VNC freebie works like a charm, and for all your Android 2.2 and up folks, can be installed on your Android phone’s SD card to save space. The free version is only limited to one computer and without 128-bit crazy encryption – but that might be enough for most!

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