Welcome back to another episode of “That Android Show”. This month we answer some of your questions about Android version 4.0 in our interview portion of the program. But first up, here are some of the Google news highlights…
In The News
The creative team behind Darwin Reader is thinking about a money identifier component. This drew our attention to this Eyes Free discussion on currently available money identifier options.
The Eyes Free keyboard has been updated to support newer tablets
The Ideal Web Reader has seen an update. Find this and many more apps by the Ideal Group at this link.
And you can use iBlink Radio to listen to this very podcast, and much more, on your updated Google TV as well.
JJ and Joe spoke about just a few Google stories in the SeroSpectives “This Year in AT” podcast. Check it out to hear their thoughts on Android’s changes in 2011
JJ takes a look at the ToDo TXT Touch. You can find this app on the Android Market
Ana reviews the changes in the new Ideal Web Reader. You can learn more by visiting this YouTube page.
Inside The Delicious Ice Cream Sandwich
Steve Nutt takes us on a small tour of Android 4.0 and he manages to make us very jealous. You can find out more about Mobile Accessibility by visiting the CompRoom website or by following Steve on Twitter
James asks our opinions about the Sony Ericson Xperia Play. We discussed this some in Episode 1, however, this CNET review does a better job at describing the good and the bad of this first Playstation enabled phone.
JJ helps Joe with his quest for a new phone with talk of the Droid 4 specs details from CES. This article gives a great head to head look at how the Droid 4 compares to another recently announced Verizon phone.
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