There's a new version of TuneWiki for Android Cupcake, and it looks like a pretty solid update: The Blip feature burps your current playlist to Facebook and/or Twitter, and there's a new Android homescreen widget for faster, more direct player access. You can also pay $5 for no ads.
We've received a few tips that a certain, baked-goods-themed update has been pushed over the air to some G1 users this morning, bringing video recording, an onscreen keyboard, and plenty more. So, G1ers? —Thanks, tipsters!
The home screen folders are kind of cool, although at this early stage all they offer is a folder view of your contacts (all or starred). On display is also, of course, the soft keyboard, as well as a few UI brushups. A few other features touted as new here aren't actually new to Cupcake, and on the whole, not a lot…
If you want to see what's next for Android in "Cupcake"-including that delicious on-screen keypad-you can grab the SDK and root around yourself before T-Mo pushes it to your G1. Or, check our gallery.
While Google's Android "Cupcake" updates may not be available just yet, detailed screenshots of the platform update show new applications in addition to the highly-anticipated virtual keyboard.
Anticipating a selection of QWERTY-less handsets to run the platform in the near future, the next version of Android will have an onscreen keyboard, among other things. Here's what it'll look like.
Hidden among a slew of bugfixes and refinements announced in a posting on the Android project site are a few serious feature upgrades, which could make their way to your G1 fairly soon.