Listen Up: Podcast #8 On Demand
Monday night saw another fun podcast with the AndroidGuys talking Android with with a handful of guests.Â This week we had Nick (HTCSource), Taylor (AndroidAndMe), and John (Phonedog).Â About once a week, the ‘Guys get together and tackle recent Android announcements and other relevant mobile news.
The podcasts usually last around 60-90 minutes and are presented by BlogTalkRadio. 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
- The story that never was
- Is it the story that ever will be?
- Good or Bad?
- Would you switch carriers simply because of a phone?
Newly Unearthed Handsets
- Sony Ericsson “Rachael”
Apps we’re really digging this week:
- Nick (HTCSource, @htcsource) – Aldiko eBook Reader
- Taylor (AndroidAndMe, @androidandme)Â – Musical Pro
- Jamie (@jamieshan1) – TeleNav GPS
- Luke (@lukegaul) – La Tour Eiffel
- Scott (@AndroidGuysCom) – Advanced Task Manager
BarCamp Chicago (MOTODEV Android Meetup)
July 11th & July 12th – 1240 W. Harrison St, Chicago, IL 60607
We’d love to hear from our fans. 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!
You can reach the AndroidGuys Google Voice line at 330.754.0544
Thanks to our sponsor SnoggDoggler, who provide the wonderful podcast application, “DoggCatcher”. Â Follow us on twitter and win a free copy of the app. Â Drawings are usually held on Monday afternoons!
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