IMDb (Internet Movie Database) is a website with very detailed information about movies from their actors to random trivia. So this week we are featuring their app for App of the Week. The original Galaxy Tab is stuck with the phone optimized version of the app, but the real action is on Honeycomb.
This week’s App of the Week is Plume for Twitter. As the name might suggest, it is a Twitter client for both the Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Tab 10.1. That means it will work on both Froyo/Gingerbread and Honeycomb.
With this app you can do everything you need to do on Twitter including checking your timeline, retweeting messages, and following the latest trends.
SketchBook Express is an application developed for Honeycomb devices (although there is a version for the original Galaxy Tab) for you to sketch out pictures as elaborate as you want them to be.
Read more after the break.
RSS Feeds are all over the internet, practically every website has one. It is the best way to see when your favorite sites post new stories or articles instead of refreshing each websites page. Applications that show all of your RSS Feeds are called RSS Readers. This week’s App of the Week is an RSS Reader called Feedly.
Find out more about it after the break.
The recent TouchWiz update brought Words with Friends and made me realize how bad it really is. My friend and I had a lot of trouble connecting to a game and even when we did, it was very slow. It would take minutes to update after each turn. That is why this weeks App of the Week is Scrabble.