According to tech blog GigaOM, the team behind the popular media player VLC will release a VLC Android app in “a matter of weeks”. This follows from the release of a dedicated VLC iPad app in September of this year, with iPhone support arriving in October.
App of the Day, a site that features a community-nominated iOS app everyday, have released an interesting infographic on app statistics. The infographic visualises various app data including proportionate data between paid and free apps, specific iOS platform data as regards the percentage of apps available to each, app category distribution, and app prices per category.
In an official blog post Sony have announced the launch of the PlayStation app coming to iPhone and Android devices “very soon”. The app will allow basic PlayStation friend interaction and access to the latest PlayStation games and products news
Apple have today released their much anticipated iOS 4.2 update for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Much of the update brings existing features from the iPhone to the iPad, particularly the long awaited multitasking ability.
As we speculated in this morning’s article Google Docs now supports editing on Android and iOS devices, including the iPad. In the coming days Google will be rolling out their ‘new documents editor’ that supports editing on mobile browsers.
Congratulations to all those you won at The Appys awards last night in the Gibson Hotel, Dublin. The Appys is a new award ceremony that celebrates the innovation and creativity in the app development industry, and rewards their creators and developers.
In a recent blog post An Post have announced the release of their iOS app. The app allows users to track shipments, find the nearest post office, and calculate postage rates, all from their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
Figures from StatCounter Global Stats to the end of October 2010 have revealed that once again Android OS is the fastest growing mobile OS in Ireland. In fact, it’s the only mobile OS that has shown growth in the last month.
From the makers of Angry Bird comes another highly addictive mobile game for iOS: Cut the Rope. The game which is currently topping the paid app charts on the App Store is available for 79c for the iPhone and €1.59 for the iPad version.