Here are some resources from Google I/O 2011 for those developers who were not able to attend. the SECOND link works well and has a downloadable PDF that hits on the key considerations when designing your killer living room app.
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While the Android phones have certainly hit the public by storm and grabbed significant shares of the mobile market, there are some other interesting numbers behind the scenes that should give a fuller perspective. Continue reading
Many of these apps are just as useful to the patient as they are to the doctors.
12 Hot Mobile Medical Apps — InformationWeek.
I have been reviewing and using Android apps and have compiled a list of those that are not only still on my phone, but that I use regularly. If you have not tried these applications yet, I highly recommend them.
Nearly all the applications I am recommending here are free. I will note if they cost any money. That being said, if you truly enjoy the application, you should donate to the developers as it helps to keep the open source community alive and thriving.
Advanced Task Killer
I wish that Android did a better job of stopping applications when I was done with them in order to conserve computing power and battery life. Until that happens, we have Advanced Task Killer I use this to not only kill the apps that come as bloatware on my Verizon phone, but also to monitor just how much resources I am using at any given time. Continue reading