The software giant unveiled its set of Touch Apps tailored to run specifically on Honeycomb and future Ice Cream Sandwich tablets, or at least on those with screens no smaller than 8.9 inches and resolution of at least 1280 by 800 pixels. Six versatile productivity tools is what the set contains, namely Adobe Photoshop Touch, Ideas, Kuler, Proto, Collage and Debut, and each one of them costs $9.99 on the Android Market.
- Adobe introduces Touch Apps series to the Android Market, Photoshop Touch now a reality
- Adobe Photoshop Touch for Android Review
Asus Transformer Prime, we are already aware of HTC's plans to introduce a tablet powered by the same chip. We will just need to be patient as during the MWC 2012 expo is when HTC promises to unveil it.
Google Music finally dropped out of beta and became available to the public, albeit only in the U.S. The news was brought to us at Google’s “These go to eleven” event along with all the spicy details about the service.
One of the coolest things about Google Music, however, is that using it will be free of charge even for those who do not have an account yet. And that is quite a big deal considering that you can upload all your music collection to the cloud, or at least until you hit the 20,000 tracks cap. But how does Google Music fare against the competition? Well, we have an answer to that question, so read along to find out.
- Google Music drops out of beta and is now available to the masses - with new Music Store too
- Google's "These go to eleven" event: Live Coverage!
- Google Music against the competition: is the latecomer any better?
Last but not least, we took the Amazon Kindle Fire for a spin, so if you are thinking about getting one (if you have not done so already), you should absolutely check out our review. Have a great weekend, everyone!