Posts Tagged ‘music’
You’ve probably heard quite a lot from Samsung recently, they were the main sponsors of the Olympics over here in the UK and have made sure everyone in the country knew about it! But give them their dues, the money they pumped into the games has helped make it one of the best ever!
As well as the Olympics, Samsung have also been getting involved with music, specifically the official Top 40 UK chart with their new app appropriately titled “Official Top 40 Chart App”.
Bandsintown, the ultimate concert tracking app, is now available for Android!
Welcome to the third edition of the Droid Den’s Android News Weekly Update Article, where you can find snippets of Android News from the past week. So let’s get cracking.
Motorola Show off the new RAZR
Motorola gave us a look at their RAZR reboot and I have to say I am impressed. It has some amazing specs and is amazingly thin at only 7.1mm at its thinnest point. It’s also got the same processor as the Galaxy Nexus (OMAP 4460) clocked at 1.2GHz. It also has a qHD Super AMOLED Advanced display and has what Motorola is calling ‘Splash Guard’. For full details about the phone read on here.
EA and Samsung bring Deadspace to Android this Autumn
Looks like EA and Samsung are planning to up the game when it comes to Android games. I liked Dead Space when it came out on PC and I like horror films/games. Reports seem to suggest that this looks amazing on high-end Android devices. I can’t wait to see the potential of Android devices pushed to its limits when this comes out.
To read more about the Samsung/Google Event skip past the break!
Google have created a music blog to go hand in hand with their Music beta service. The new blog, named Magnifier, will highlight various artists and at the same time give away free tracks for those artists. The great thing is, you can add these straight to your music library in the cloud to begin listening instantly. You can also store these for offline use on your android phone, but currently you cannot download them to your PC.