Android Overload: DIRECTV/Skype/Draw Something Updates, LG Optimus True HD LTE Now Available In Germany, Portugal and Sweden, and More
In an effort to keep our readers up-to-date on every, single, last bit of Android related news we could find — we have the Android Overload. These are all the stories that didn’t quite find their way onto our front page but since we like to cover all our bases, we place them here for you to check out. There’s always a little something here for everyone so have a look around.
- The Panasonic Eluga is now available unlocked in Europe for €460. [Engadget]
- Draw Something now available for the Amazon Kindle Fire. [Amazon]
- Lil’ Kingdom now available in the Google Play Store.
- Google Play Movies now available in Australia. [Google]
- DIRECTV app updated in the Play Store. Adds streaming to compatible Android devices. [Play Store Link]
- Rumor has it HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE launching on May 10th for Verizon. [PhoneDog]
- Skype for Android update adds faster start up and new UI for messaging. [Play Store]
- MicroStylus is either the best, or worst Android accessory ever. [TechCrunch]
- Samsung files for robot crossing guard. How is this Android related? Who cares. It’s cool. [Engadget]
- LG Optimus True HD LTE arrives in Portugal, Germany and Sweden. UK and France later this year. [LG]
- According to comScore, Kindle Fire now owns half of Android tablet market share.