Listen Up! AG Podcast #6 On Demand
Last night was another great roundtable podcast with Scott and Jamie chatting Android with guests Nick and Taylor. Â The gang gets together about once a week to talk about recent Android announcements and other relevant mobile news.
The podcasts usually last around 60-90 minutes and are presented by BlogTalkRadio. Â Head on over to our page where you can pull up previous podcasts and also set reminders to tune in live as we record future episodes!
This episode’s topics include:
- HTC Sense/Rosie
- Form Factor
- Porting the UI to other Android devices
Google AdSense for Mobile Apps
- Will we see rise in free apps?
- Who is Google going after?
- Does it bother you to see ads?
- The next big thing or just another fad?
- Ideas for AR applications in everyday use
Apps we’re really digging this week:
- Nick (HTCSource, @htcsource) – SMS Unread
- Taylor (AndroidAndMe, @androidandme)Â – waze and AndroidAndMe widget
- Jamie (@jamieshan1) – Snappy Seeker
- Scott (@AndroidGuysCom)- Rejoinder
We’d love to hear from you guys. Â If there are any apps or subjects you’d like to suggest to us, give us a call. Â Have something to add to a previous discussion? Â Call us up and leave a message on our Google Voice account. Â If we play it over the air, we’ll give you a gift!
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