A new app called Plizy has launched on the Android Market. It reminds us of Pandora, if Pandora handled videos. You create channels of videos taken from around the web and they just play in random order. Create a channel for comedy and you will have College Humor, Ray William Johnson, Freddy W, and a ton of other fantastic streams to choose from.
There are many channel types ranging from News, Business and Sports. There’s something for everyone who enjoys searching the web for great videos. The app is free and has a marvelous interface. Real smooth and crisp. Be sure to check this one as soon as you get the chance.
Cheers Billy Bob!
Amazon sent out a press release just minutes ago to remind everyone that their Kindle Fire is the real deal, is only a week away, and will run all of your favorite Android apps including Facebook, Pandora, Netflix, Angry Birds and more. Thanks to the buit-in Amazon AppStore, any of the apps you purchase or use are also available on any of your other Android devices, just like you experience now (that would include your catalog of free “Apps of the Day” too). No need to re-register from device to device; simply login and get back to mowing down zombies through PvZ.
Most of the apps have also been “Amazon-tested” to work with the Kindle Fire, which probably doesn’t mean that there will be special Fire versions, but that they have simply been tested to work. Think about it, it took Facebook almost 2 years to produce an iPad-specific app, the Fire isn’t getting that lucky.
Priced at $199, you can pick one up at a variety of retailers nationwide starting on November 15. Of course, you can pre-order one now and have it shipped to your door that very same day, but we know how some of you enjoy stepping foot in big box stores to pick up the latest buzzworthy product. (more…)
A few of you have reached out to let us know that since manually updating to official Froyo on your Droid, Pandora seems to be lacking in the sound quality department. Well according to Pandora, this is an Android 2.2 issue and should be fixed in the next release…of…Android? Whoa…
Froyo has a problem processing our AAC+ files. We have confirmed that this is an issue in the OS, and they should have it fixed in the next Android release.
Thanks for your patience in the meantime.
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And since we have no idea when we’ll see Gingerbread, maybe a fix will be issued in the mean time? I know there are a ton of Pandora addicts out there who are more than a little frustrated. Hang in there!
Cheers Gady and Mark!