Qik Premium for Android now in market.

Qik has rolled out its premium live video-streaming product to all Android users.

Qik Premium builds on the free Qik video service by adding a few extra features: unlimited video downloads and storage, sending and receiving video mail anytime, automatic video syncing with your computer through Qik Desktop, HD as well as 3D video recording on devices that support it, and priority customer support via a dedicated email.

Qik Premium is free for the first 30 days and $4.99 per month thereafter. The new app is available in the Android Market, and it’s also available for the iPhone [iTunes link].

History : Qik was acquired in January 2011 by Skype for north of $100 million.

Paper Camera, a camera app with neo styles :

When it comes to camera apps, it has been a while since I’ve really been wowed by anything I’ve seen. Most offer the same features – saturation, color effects, maybe some sort of Polaroid replica… you get the idea. I guess the development team at JFDP Labs felt the same way, because they have put together the most impressive camera app that I’ve ever seen, simply called Paper Camera.

(I had to throw this in, because I really like that tiny, #paper camera.)

Paper Camera offers some very cool effects like cartoon, sketch, comic book, old printer, neon, bleaching, half-tone, noir, old newspaper, and more. Not only are the effects top-notch, but it all happens in real-time. No post-processing going on here — what you see on the screen is exactly what you get.

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It’s worth noting that this app isn’t currently compatible with Honeycomb, but the development team are aware of the issue and are actively working to get it fixed.

Paper Camera will set you back $2.42 (£1.50) from the Android Market, and you can hit the install button below to grab it.

by JFDP Labs LTD
100 downloads, 4 ratings (4.2 avg)
Cost : $1.60 

Angry Birds adds 15 levels of Mine & Dine

Rovio’s Angry Birds is the most popular game in the Android Market and for good reason. Not only is it a good game, but they continue to update it regularly.

For those of you that have 3 stars at every level, and desperately need something new, you will be happy to know that Rovio just released 15 new levels. The theme is Mine and Dine and you will be battling the pigs in underground tunnels

Archos G9 Honeycomb tablet :

Archos might have a few hit on their hands with these devices. We now know how much they will retail for and when they will ship. Starting at $299 you can purchase the 80 G9 tablet with 8GB of internal storage, the 250GB model will run you $369. The larger model starts out at $369 for the 8GB model and goes up to $469 for the 250GB HD model. Both units also have an option for 16GB of storage. Check them both out here and you can sign-up to be notified for more information from Archos when it becomes available.

Motorola Droid 3 available from Verizon :

Keyboard Commander
Flex your fingers of fury on the new 5–row keyboard that’s a launch pad for productivity. Ascend the throne of typing speed–demons as you fire off follow–ups without stopping to switch between letters and numbers.

Media Mastery
Capture every scene within sight with an 8MP camera, and select your masterpiece from multiple frames snapped within seconds. Upload them to your Connected Media Gallery and watch your artistry transform others into amateurs.

Flaunt your genius by surrounding yourself with a force field of security. Complex password control, remote wipe, and data encryption ensure the only one accessing your command module is you. Then master your universe with turn–by–turn directions and traffic updates so that nothing stands in your way.

Rise of the Apps
Power productivity with an ever–growing battalion of apps that catapult boredom into oblivion. Scour the immense Android Market and V CAST™ Media Store to claim the hard–working and hard–playing apps that have been created for you to command.

  • Verizon has put up Droid 3, the grandchild of Motorola’s legendary Droid smartphone, up for sale on its website.

The Droid 3 sports a 1 GHz dual-core CPU, a 4-inch qHD (960 x 540 pixel) screen, an 8-megapixel camera and a slide-out, full QWERTY keyboard.

It runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and offers 16 GB of storage, as well as all the other standard bells and whistles that adorn the Android smartphones of today, including Bluetooth 2.1, Wi-Fi, UMTS and aGPS support.

The device costs $199 with a two-year contract on one of Verizon’s new data plans. It is also available contact-free for $459.

(DROID is a trademark of Lucasfilm Ltd. and its related companies. Used under license.)

Angry birds now Land on Windows 7 too.

After a long wait, Windows Phone 7 owners can now get their hands on Angry Birds.

The phenomenally popular game, which lets users slingshot angry birds through obstacles to attack pigs, is available for $2.99 to U.S. Windows Phone 7 owners. It’s also available internationally. To let users get a feel for the game before buying, developer Rovio is offering a free trial.

The Windows Phone 7 price on Angry Birds might surprise iPhone and Android handset owners. The game is currently available in Apple’s App Store for just 99 cents. In the Android Market, users can download a free, ad-supported version of Angry Birds.

Angry Birds has taken a long road to get to Windows Phone 7. Last fall, Microsoft posted a Web site for its Windows Phone 7 platform that included an Angry Birds icon, indicating the game was coming to handsets at launch. However, Rovio quickly responded on its Twitter feed, saying that it had “not committed to doing a Windows Phone 7 version” of Angry Birds. It went on to say that “Microsoft put the Angry Birds icon on their site without our permission.”

Microsoft responded, saying the Angry Birds icon was mistakenly added to the site, and took it down.

Following the spat, Microsoft announced in February that Angry Birds would arrive on its mobile platform in “late spring.” However, last month, WinRumors reported that the game was delayed from its original May 25 launch date to June 29.

Earlier this month, Rovio partnered with Roku in a deal that will see Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons, and Angry Birds Rio come to Roku’s Channel Store. The games will be available in new Roku hardware launching this summer.