Tag Archive: introducing

Mint Mobile is introducing higher data plans (and higher prices)

It had to happen eventually.

One of the things that makes Mint Mobile stand out against the competition is its unique pricing structure; instead of paying for one month of service at a time, you buy months in bulk. Each plan comes with unlimited talk, text, and 2G data, and you simply select your 4G data allotment and bulk amount — three, six, or twelve months at once — and pay a lump sum that’s sometimes even  [Read More…]

Introducing Ask Daniel, the most caffeinated place to get your questions answered!

AC’s Managing Editor answers your questions in a new forum!

Everyone has a story. How they got where they are, and what they want to do next. I have been very lucky to be able to do a lot of wonderful and interesting things in my life, and it’s a privilege to be able to write for a living, turning some of those experiences into narratives.

The humble editor and his favorite t-shirt.

But tech  [Read More…]

Introducing Ask Jerry, the dopest place to get your questions answered!

You asked for Ask Jerry, and here it is!

We’re very lucky to have Jerry Hildenbrand as part of Android Central. He’s smart, foul-mouthed and oh-so-intelligent, and he’s now yours for the questioning.

In partnership with our community team at the Android Central forums, we have launched Ask Jerry, a place to question and converse with the real Most Interesting Man In The World (Dos Equis got nothing on Jerry). The great news is that this is an  [Read More…]

Introducing the Android Central Smartphone Buyer’s Guide

Welcome to Android Central’s guide to helping you find the perfect phone — for you and the people in your life!

It’s increasingly likely that you’re reading this on your smartphone. In fact, it’s likely you’re doing more on your phone than ever before, which is why it’s so important to buy the right one — for you and the people in your life.

Here at Android Central, we don’t just play with phones —  [Read More…]

Introducing Go Time — a Pokémon Go Podcast!

Sure on a technical level Pokemon Go is neat, but on a personal level it’s something entirely new.

We’ve talked a lot about Pokémon Go recently. Some of you love it, a lot of you wish we’d be a little less excited about it, but the fact is there’s a ton of people playing this game and many of us are actually enjoying the game. We’ve made new friends, had new adventures, explored parts of our  [Read More…]

Introducing an iOS keyboard from Google: GBoard

Who says Android users get all the fun? Today, Google released GBoard, a keyboard that brings search, GIFs and emojis literally at your fingertips. Instead of opening iMessage to chat with a friend, leave the app and go to Google to search for directions to the restaurant where you’re meeting for lunch, then going back

Introducing Version 2.0 of the Android Central App!

At long last, and with just the right amount of fanfare, we’re thrilled to introduce you to Version 2.0 of the Android Central App! It’s been a long time coming, we know, and there’s a good bit to talk about. So let’s just get to it, shall we?

Introducing the AndroidGuys Device Database

If you are a regular visitor to AndroidGuys you may have noticed some subtle changes taking place over the last few weeks. Namely, as we discuss various smartphones and devices, we’re linking to specific pages dedicated to said products. In other words, when we mention the Motorola Moto X Pure Edition, we’ll hand off a link to a page gives readers a number of tools and details.

Depending on the model you might find a short blurb about the phone, a link  [Read More…]

Introducing Epic App Battles of Android: streaming music apps

Google Play is a paradise of both free and paid apps. As of February 2015, Google Play passed 1.4 million available apps for download. There is a myriad of apps and services to choose from and sometimes it takes a little trial and error to find the best one.

That’s where Epic App Battles of Android comes in. We will analyze the most popular apps in a particular category, compare them head to head and whittle them down until we  [Read More…]

Introducing Mobile Nations’ Kicked TV, bringing you the latest and greatest in crowdfunding projects!

Sorting through the thousands and thousands of Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and other crowdfunding projects that go live every day can be daunting. That’s why we’re thrilled to welcome Kicked TV to the Mobile Nations family! Kicked is built around the Kicked Weekly show, a quick look at the top new and exciting crowdfunding projects out there that you might want to check out, and maybe even back yourself.

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