AndroidGuys and Mobihand Team up for Branded Software Store
What do Crackberry, GSMArena, Brighthand and AndroidGuys have in common?Â Starting next week, they’ll all offer software through their own branded stores, courtesy of Mobihand.Â That’s right!Â We’re incredibly proud to let you know that we’ll have an official AndroidGuys store!
We’ve had some really great things happen to us over the last year. As a site that started out with a few guys blogging about Android and the Open Handset Alliance, we’ve made tremendous strides. We’re happy to announce that AndroidGuys will be able to offer yet even more that benefits both fans and developers alike.
Teaming up with Mobihand, we’ll be able to bring you not only the best Android news and opinion, but also software and accessories as well!Â Part of our plan when we started out was to ultimately bring our own personal reviews of software.Â Thanks to Mobihand, we’ll be able to direct you to our own branded store for downloads and purchases. We’ve been building momentum for nearly a year and this will put us into a whole different realm.
If you are not familiar with Mobihand, they offer software for all the major players including BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, and Symbian.
So dig in and get ready!Â This past year has been a prologue.Â Next week starts Chapter 1 for AndroidGuys!
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