UPDATE: We’re now finished the Live Podcast and you can listen to the archived recording below, on our podcast page, or directly on blogtalk radio. Give it a few minutes to compile.
This is our first ever live podcast using BlogTalkRadio so bear with us if any train wreck occurs. We’ve got an awesome guest in Snaptic CTO and co-founder Andreas Schobel and as usual we’ll be talking about the latest Android happenings like Moto BING, AT&T Yahoo, .
You can either LISTEN RIGHT HERE:
Or check us out on BlogTalkRadio.com/phandroid where you can live chat with other listeners (and us) and call into the show.
When is this GMT? CBA checking myself..
inb4 imminent fail.
This is cool, I can stream this live from my hero!
You should use http://www.talkshoe.com. It is so much better than blogtalkradio.com
hey Rob. just listened to the podcast. the zoom wheel you were talking about was (i think) a concept for stock android 1.6 or later. I don’t remember it exactly, but it Def. was stock android. I remember that much
Just a comment. You should get a spot on Stitcher.com
kept loosing my connection after a while but a restart of chrome fixed it all 3 times
show notes please.
Hey Rob, not to fall out of subject, but what im about to write has to do with Andrid, the LATEST mytouch phone, the myTouch 3G 1.2 (3.5mm phone). there is a rather alarming problem with these new phones,I, being an owner of one, speak on behalf of every user who has purchased the latest myTouch. WE CAN’T SEE PROTECTED APPLICATIONS ON THE ANDROID MARKET!!! It supposedly has to do with the BUILD number of the phone, mind you, its running 1.6 stock, android market is the same,not much of a difference, except the 3.5mm headphone jack and more memory. some of these applications are paid AND free. here are some which don’t currently show up for us myTouch 1.2 users: Chompsms (free), some digital clock widgets, Mybackup Pro, Weatherbug Elite (both paid and protected). what bugs is me some of these applications are free, can’t see the reason to slap a Protected label on it. nevertheless, this issue has been addressed on the T-Mobile Forums and we opened up a post on Google so hopefully this issue gets resolved in time. Just letting you know since ALMOST every Android fanatic and user reads this website including moi of course (congratulations on that, would like an article on this issue so more people could be aware of this inconvenience and the problem could be solved PRONTO!