APPS ROUNDUP: MiKandi, Adobe, Glu Mobile

Staff writer
09 Dec 2009

MiKandi launches adult content storefront on Android

MiKandi has launched its portal and mobile client for Android devices, promising developers an alternative channel to market adult-themed content in the face of traditional app store restrictions. But Phandroid reports that its initial attempts to download content from MiKandi proved unsuccessful, casting doubt over whether the firm will be able to execute its plans. ready for free download

Adobe Mobile for iPhone is now available for download in countries with iPhone App Stores. The application is initially available in English only.

Guitar Hero 5 debuts worldwide

Glu Mobile's Guitar Hero 5 Mobile has debuted globally through Glu's exclusive worldwide partnership with Activision Publishing. Features include new instruments and songs, leaderboards that compare scores to other players from around the world and multiple venues.

Nimbuzz launches social networking app for Blackberry

Nimbuzz has launched its new app for BlackBerry smartphones. Free to download and free to use, it runs as a native application enabling users to connect with each other via their favorite social networks.

Robbie Williams game debuts in App Store

Artificial Life and ie:music have launched the Robbie Williams Racing game for the iPhone and iPod touch, retailing on the App Store at a launch price of $2.99. The new game features a 3D racing environment through the Mojave Desert, including the option to compete in buggy race.

Google Search for mobile adds movie trailers

Google has added trailers and related movie information to its Google Search for mobile application. iPhone, Android and webOS devices can now browse lists of films showing locally, search by nearby theaters or dig deeper on specific titles for ratings, categories and posters.

Bharti Airtel carries Wattpad

Wattpad is now available on Bharti Airtel’s application store. Wattpad is pursuing mobile operator partnerships, with the launch on Bharti Airtel being the first of series of announcements.

New app takes BlackBerry on flight mode

Cortado has released its Flight Mode app for BlackBerry, promising to make the smartphone more productive. This new app enables the use of flight time to read and respond to messages, even if the device is offline.

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