User Posts: Jonathan Radande

Starting at 12:01AM PDT on March 19, LetsTalk.com will be offering the brand new HTC Thunderbolt 4G Verizon phone for $174.99 on their website. This deal ...

Version 10.2 of Adobe's Flash Player is now available to download in the Android Market. You can download Flash Player 10.2 on your Android device if ...

Just a day after its release, the HTC Thunderbolt, Verizon's first 4G smartphone has already been rooted. The root was performed by the folks over at ...

Motorola is really serious about getting their flagship Android 3.0 tablet, the Xoom, in as many markets as possible. It looks like Sprint might be the ...

If you are a blogger that uses Blogger, the popular blogging platform that is owned by Google, you will be happy to know that the officlial Blogger app for ...

If you're a Dropcam owner, you will now be happy to know that they have released an Android version of their application. If you haven't heard of Dropcam ...

After months of hard work from the Android team, In-app billing will finally be available to Android developers. This is a feature that developers have been ...

If you missed today's live announcement of Android, don't be sad. The entire video has been posted online for you to enjoy. It's almost 1 hour long, so just be ...

Kellex over at Droid-Life has received some intel about Verizon's data plan pricing for smartphones using their new 4G LTE network. According to some ...

The Android Marketplace, in its entirety, is now available on the web. Starting today, you will be able to access the Android Marketplace by visiting ...

If you've been waiting for T-Mobile to announce the Samsung Galaxy S 4G, then today is your lucky day. T-Mobile finally made the announcement that the ...

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  1. Saldi,

    Yes, it is now launched. You can try it out with Tap Tap Revenge 4, which is a great game, btw.

  2. Chuck, you’re getting that message because the Amazon AppStore app isn’t available on the Android Market. You also have to allow your phone to install apps from outside of the Android Market.

    To do that, go to settings > applications > and check the “unknown sources” box. This will allow you to install the Amazon AppStore app.

  3. @ncmacasl, go to the notification bar and click on the downloaded file. It should prompt you to install it. You have to make sure that your phone is configured to install non-market applications. To do so, go to settings > applications > and check the “unknown sources” box.

  4. Works great on the new stock Gingerbread build for the Droid X. If you haven’t done so already, make sure to check for system updates. There’s a goodie waiting for you.

  5. I’m pretty sure that WiFi-only versions will also be released. Hopefully Samsung learned from Motorola’s mistake with the Xoom.

  6. No problem. I’m glad that you were able to get in on the deal!

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