Santa Knows You Want an Android Phone

There’s a really neat little service available from Google (Voice) that makes it possible for Santa to call your friends and family.  After filling out a quick form with information like names, relationships, favorite foods, and location, a recording is generated which can then be shared via phone, email, or social networking (facebook, twitter).  One of the more  interesting things I found in the list of options was under the spot where one chooses what “gifts” Santa should bring.  Right near the top… an Android phone!  I found it funny that there are no other cell phone related items to choose from, not even the blanket “phone” option.

What are you waiting for?  Send your iPhone friends a call from Santa today!

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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3 Comments

  1. Michael
    December 09, 17:35 Reply

    This doesnt work so well. It doesnt recognize names as simple as ‘Sam’ forcing santa to say Samantha even win specifying it as a boys name. Also froze up when trying to send to a Cell phone number.

  2. Mete
    December 07, 11:44 Reply

    AndroidSantaCalls.com is better, IMO…

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