Now Android Users Can Pay For Their Venti Soya Mochaccino-Whatevers…

Joining the iPhone app, Starbucks now allows customers to pay for their beverages and calorie-laden baked goods with a QR code-creating app. It only works on Android 2.1+, and in the 6,800 national stores that support phone payments. [Android via Engadget] » 6/15/11 7:00am 6/15/11 7:00am

Fring Updates Android App To Improve Audio Quality In Video Calls

Fring just updated their Android app to address the audio issues we saw (or I guess, heard) in our testing. Thankfully, the update will fix the sometimes bothersome echoing issue and also offer significant audio improvements. Which is good! Also, the Samsung Galaxy S gains support in the update, so there's now more… » 7/21/10 12:04pm 7/21/10 12:04pm

MobiHand Launching Android App Store, Colors Us Confused

Coinciding with the launch of the G1, mobile app seller MobiHand is putting up its own store dedicated specifically to Android apps, called OnlyAndroid.com. The company is touting it as the first store supporting both free and paid applications for the Android OS, which is a little funny considering that Google's… » 10/22/08 4:00am 10/22/08 4:00am