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Top Android App: E! Online

Top Android App: E! Online

Application: E! Online
Version: 1.3
Size: 0.92MB
Category: Entertainment
Price: Free
Overall Score: 4.5/5

User Interface: 4.5/5
Ease of Use: 4.5/5
Customizability: 5/5
Originality: 4.5/5
Indispensability: 4/5


E! Online is an Android app perfect for staying up-to-date on the latest entertainment news, photos, and videos.  You can watch clips of your favorite E! shows like The Soup, The Girls Next Door, and more.  The user interface makes for a nice experience and the app is easily navigated.  If you’re a celebrity guru, this app is for you.



The app is separated by 5 basic tabs: E! News, E! Shows, Photos, Celebs, and More.  E! News gives you a feed of all the latest E! articles.  Conveniently, swiping left or right on your screen will scroll through the articles so you can quickly access what you want.  You also have the option of sharing an interesting article through gmail, text, or Twitter.



E! Shows gives you clips for shows like The Soup, Chelsea Lately, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and more.  The Photos tab has an extensive collection of recent celebrity pictures.  With these tabs, stay up-to-date on the go.




One of the best features of this app is the Celebs tab.  With this you can select the celebrities you want to receive news about, ignoring those you don’t.  Anding this personalized touch is a great part of this app considering how much celebrity news, gossip, etc. there is each day.




A large complaint I have about this app is that it seems to have some compatibility issues, specifically, troubles with force closing.  I feel like this might be fixed in a future update and so the rating stands as is.  I’ll keep checking on this to see if it is corrected.  Let us know if you’re having the same issues as we were.


Overall, if you’re interested in celebrity news, pictures, and E! shows, this app is for you.


Scan the barcode with Barcode Scanner or click the QR code (if you’re on your Android phone) to be taken to E! Online in the Android Market.


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