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Flash Player 10.1 for Android Now in Public Beta


Thursday 20th of May 2010 / phandroid.com
While Flash 10.1 for Android phones was announced at today’s keynote, it was slightly glossed over during the Froyo presentation (in a small round table discussion at after the Google TV presentation, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen delved into slightly more detail), but in any case, Adobe is announcing today the release of the public beta of Flash 10.1. It won’t be available on user handsets until Froyo gets pushed out, but for now developers can begin tinkering with the new setup behind the scenes. For a complete run down of what went into getting Flash 10.1 onto mobile devices, check out Adobe’s blog post.Also announced were Adobe’s partnership with the Google TV project, the goal being that if it runs on Flash it will run on Google TV. That includes Hulu. Adobe AIR is also getting a prerelease for Android developers.You can argue all you want against Flash, but a great point was made today. It isn’t about preferring one system or going against open standards, but rather about making a 100% inclusive web experience. No site or feature should be left out si
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imo.im for Android Updated to Add Beta Voice Calls, Improved User Interface


Tuesday 14th of February 2012 / phandroid.com
Imo.im has quickly grown to become one of the best multi-protocol instant messaging clients in the Android market. With today’s update, it’s gotten even better. Aside from an improved user interface (which should please Android 4.0 users), they’ve added the ability to make voice calls to your friends.The only catch is that your friends must also be on Android and using imo.im. Still, hopefully it’s a good first step for adding support for Skype, Google Talk and other voice chat protocols. We’ve also got bug fixes and improvements to help make the experience even more smooth. Get this four and a half app in the Android market here.
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Trillian for Android release open beta…finally


Friday 20th of August 2010 / everythingandroid.org
Remember back in July when we first talked about the Trillian messenger? Earlier today, Cerulean Studios, the creators of the all-in-one messaging application, have release the app into an open beta. When using the application you will be able to tie clients like Google Talk, AIM, Windows Live Messenger, etc. all in one nicely organized package. The full presser is below.Trillian for Android is ready for public beta testing! Learn more about this exciting new release of Trillian and grab your early beta copy here: http://www.trillian.im/learn/tour-android.htmlOver the coming weeks we will be fixing bugs and crashes, working to heavily optimize speed and performance, and finalizing our ’service’ infrastructure to improve the reliability of background notifications. Beta testers should expect a few bumps and crashes along the way as we begin our full test on all of the many possible Android devices! As with the BlackBerry edition, Trillian for Android is a time-limited beta and will expire between releases. You will need to be running the latest version at all times to stay connect
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Trillian for Android Open to Public Beta


Thursday 19th of August 2010 / androidspin.com
Multi-client messaging applications currently in the Android Market are decent, but nothing to really brag about. Trillian has just reached public beta on the Android platform. Trillian for Android brings messaging clients like Google Talk, Windows Live Messenger, AIM etc.. to your device in an organized and smooth UI. Check out Trillian’s announcement below.Trillian for Android is ready for public beta testing! Learn more about this exciting new release of Trillian and grab your early beta copy here: http://www.trillian.im/learn/tour-android.htmlOver the coming weeks we will be fixing bugs and crashes, working to heavily optimize speed and performance, and finalizing our ’service’ infrastructure to improve the reliability of background notifications. Beta testers should expect a few bumps and crashes along the way as we begin our full test on all of the many possible Android devices! As with the BlackBerry edition, Trillian for Android is a time-limited beta and will expire between releases. You will need to be running the latest version at all times to stay connected.
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Trillian For Android Now In Public Beta


Thursday 19th of August 2010 / phandroid.com
If you’re still searching for the perfect singular entity that can handle all your messaging needs, take a look at Trillian for Android which has just reached public beta. Directly from Trillian’s site:Trillian for Android is ready for public beta testing! Learn more about this exciting new release of Trillian and grab your early beta copy here: http://www.trillian.im/learn/tour-android.htmlOver the coming weeks we will be fixing bugs and crashes, working to heavily optimize speed and performance, and finalizing our ’service’ infrastructure to improve the reliability of background notifications. Beta testers should expect a few bumps and crashes along the way as we begin our full test on all of the many possible Android devices! As with the BlackBerry edition, Trillian for Android is a time-limited beta and will expire between releases. You will need to be running the latest version at all times to stay connected. Stay tuned to our blog for future updates, and thanks for using Trillian.So go ahead and download it… then let us know how you like it![Thanks pneumat
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imo.im for Android Updated to Add Beta Voice Calls, Improved User Interface


Tuesday 14th of February 2012 / androidheadlines.com
Imo.im has quickly grown to become one of the best multi-protocol instant messaging clients in the Android market. With today’s update, it’s gotten even better. Aside from an improved user interface (which should please Android 4.0 users), they’ve added the ability to make voice calls to your friends.The only catch is that your friends must also be on Android and using imo.im. Still, hopefully it’s a good first step for adding support for Skype, Google Talk and other voice chat protocols. We’ve also got bug fixes and improvements to help make the experience even more smooth. Get this four and a half app in the Android market here.<b…Continue Reading Hereimo.im for Android Updated to Add Beta Voice Calls, Improved User InterfaceQuentyn Kennemer – phandroid.com
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Vipre Mobile security app for Android now in public beta testing


Friday 22nd of July 2011 / androidcentral.com
From the folks who brought you Vipre Antivirus for Windows, Vipre Mobile for Android is now available for a public beta testing. Along with the standard functions you would expect from a security application, Vipre offers a bit of parental controls and some unique methods to block messages containing phrases or words deemed undesirable. Here's how they describe the features in a weekly newsletter sent out to current users of their PC software:Antivirus: VIPRE Mobile's powerful Antivirus protects your data and privacyfrom malicious software that can affect your Android device's normaloperation - or worse, steal or destroy personal information.Antispam: Spam is not only annoying, it may contain malicious links. Antispamstops texting spam from hitting your phone, blocking by content or byspecific phone numbers.AppControl: You may want to show off your phone or maybe a friend needs tomake a call. But there are some applications that you just don't want anyoneelse to run like personal email, or online financial programs. WithAppControl, you can control what applications can be run on you
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Vipre Mobile security app for Android now in public beta testing


Friday 22nd of July 2011 / androidheadlines.com
From the folks who brought you Vipre Antivirus for Windows, Vipre Mobile for Android is now available for a public beta testing. Along with the standard functions you would expect from a security application, Vipre offers a bit of parental controls and some unique methods to block messages containing phrases or words deemed undesirable. Here’s how they describe the features in a weekly newsletter sent out to current users of their PC software:Antivirus: VIPRE Mobile’s powerful Antivirus protects your data and privacyfrom malicious software that can affect your…Continue Reading HereVipre Mobile security app for Android now in public beta testingJerry Hildenbrand – androidcentral.com
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imo.im for Android Updated to Add Beta Voice Calls, Improved User Interface


Tuesday 14th of February 2012 / devel.phandroid.com
Imo.im has quickly grown to become one of the best multi-protocol instant messaging clients in the Android market. With today’s update, it’s gotten even better. Aside from an improved user interface (which should please Android 4.0 users), they’ve added the ability to make voice calls to your friends.The only catch is that your friends must also be on Android and using imo.im. Still, hopefully it’s a good first step for adding support for Skype, Google Talk and other voice chat protocols. We’ve also got bug fixes and improvements to help make the experience even more smooth. Get this four and a half app in the Android market here.
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Trillian For Android Upgraded To Version 2.0, Gets A Holo-Friendly UI Overhaul, New Emoticons, And More


Tuesday 17th of September 2013 / feedproxy.google.com
Trillian has been around for quite a long time. This isn't a hip teen's chat client - it's their father's. No seriously, many of the people who used this IM client back when it was fresh are old enough to have children now. Trillian came to fame at a time when consolidating chat clients into one piece of software was almost a necessity on consumer desktops, as running several of the official messengers at once was such a memory hog. Trillian sits next to iPods with click wheels and Myspace as groundbreaking products that now live on in the same vein as child stars. It's generally a surprise to Wiki them and discover that they're still around. Well, Trillian is still here, and it's donned a new UI for its upgrade to version 2.0. If the screenshots above don't look particularly exciting, that's because they aren't. In Trillian's early Windows days, it was willing to wear all the latest trends, allowing users to apply any number of themes. But as it aged, it set aside its baggy pants and chain wallet for a pair of slacks. The desktop version integrates with both Windows and Mac, and
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