Telus this week released new Android, iPhone and iPad apps which gives their IPTV customers the ability to watch On Demand shows on their iPhone or iPad over a WiFi connection.
Optik TV customers will be able to choose from hundreds of VOD titles from channels like Super Channel, Disney XD, Disney Junior, Hollywood Suite and Family.
Sonos, makers of wireless music systems for the home, announced today the release of Sonos System Software 3.6 along with a new Sonos Android Controller app which supports Android tablets and the Kindle Fire.
In addition to taking advantage of the tablet’s larger screen size, new features of the app include alarms, music library management and Twitter support.
With one week left before the start of the 2011 Major League Baseball Postseason, the Amazon Appstore for Android is giving baseball fans the opportunity to download MLB.com At Bat 11 for free as today’s Free App of the Day.
The Globe and Mail and NewspaperDirect today released an Android version of its popular Globe2Go app on Google’s Android Market.
With a weekly readership of almost a million people, The Globe and Mail is Canada’s largest-circulation national newspaper and second-largest daily newspaper after the Toronto Star.
ThinkFlood, makers of the Redeye universal remote controller, this week announced a beta version of its smartphone app compatible with Android phones and tablets.
The Red Eye infrared remote connects to your home’s network via WiFi and allows iPhones, iPads, personal computers and now Android devices to function as remote controllers for any IR enabled device in your home theatre
Score Media, developers of the popular ScoreMobile smartphone app for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry or Windows Phone, has acquired rival U.S. mobile sports app SportsTap for an undisclosed price.
SportsTap, first released in 2007, is an ad-supported sports app running on the iPhone and Android platorm which offers users access to real time sports statistics and scores from major professional sports leagues.
WebMD today announced the launch of its leading consumer health app on the Android platform. With over 5 million downloads since launching WebMD for iPhone and iPad, the release of WebMD for Android is the latest move by WebMD to meet increasing consumer demand for its trusted health information.
A new update to Kindle for Android was released today by Amazon which adds some new features and adds support for tablet computers running Android’s Honeycomb, including the Motorola Xoom.
Users who use the Kindle app for reading books won’t see too many differences however newspaper and magazine readers will see a new layout designed for the Honeycomb interface along with dozens of other user interface enhancements that takes advantage of the larger screen