YouTube has added a lot of great playlist features to its website and this week it extended that love to Android. Now you can use your Android phone as a YouTube remote when you sign in to your YouTube account. Just sit back and enjoy the show!
Evernote isn’t new, but it was significantly updated this week. For those of you don’t know, Evernote is one of the best note taking apps and exists for virtually all platforms. The entire interface has gotten some great changes and is actually pleasant to look at now. Along with the UI, better search tools were added as well as homescreen shortcuts. Don’t have an internet connection? Evernote finally brings offline functionality, a feature we’ve been waiting somewhat impatiently for. Be sure to check out Evernote for all great updates.
We’ll be honest with you, rooting ain’t the easiest thing to do, but every so often, another simple tool comes along that makes it easier for the less technology-fluent among us. One of the newest tools to be making the rounds is z4root, a downloadable app from the market that’ll help you root your Android phone, including the Galaxy S, Droid 2, and Xperia. Unfortunately, NAND locked phones such as the EVO and Desire aren’t supported. If you’ve got one that is, be sure to check out z4root if you’re feeling a little iffy about the whole root thing.
We were excited when we first heard Opera would be coming to Android as an alternative Android browser and here it is, bringing “a faster, better web experience.” Its got a great interface and uses a few cool techniques to get you your content faster. Check it out and let us know what you think!
Its only in beta, but we’re loving this one already. Yahoo called it “World of Warcraft in your pocket” and thats a pretty good summary. Touted as “the world’s first 3D mobile MMO,” we’re having a little too much fun with this one. If World of Warcraft type games are your thing-or you’re just looking for another great game to come out for Android-be sure to hit up the market for this one.