Use Google Music For Android

Music for Android lets you access on your phone or tablet your music stored in Google’s cloud, even if you’re offline. Sharon Vaknin shows you how.


How to Make Your Own Android App Using Publish5

If you’re interested in the HP Touchpad and Android you’ve got to check out the “RevTv” YouTube Channel. This is a video made by Reverend Kyle of “RevTv”  about a website called Publish5 that will create an Android app for you, pulling from your Twitter, YouTube Channel, Blog, Tumblr account, etc. It creates a very nice, very customizable interface and for less than $20, you can get your very own Android app. You can then take that app and upload it to the Google Market, or distribute it in any way that you would like.

Google Drive and Docs: Getting Started


In order to use Google Drive, you will need a Google Account. Google Accounts are free, and signing up for one is fairly simple. During the process you will also receive a Gmail (Google Mail) address and Google+ profile. Once you’ve created your account, you’ll be able to use your Gmail address to access not only Google Drive, but other Google services like Calendar, YouTube, Reader, and more. Seamlessly Integrate Gmail with Dropbox, Box and Google Drive gives you tons of options for your Gmail attachments: save to web services such as dropbox, google drive, and; set up filters to organize incoming attachments; and search through past attachments on the website.