Android Joins Twitter, Gives us an Ice Cream Sandwich Wave

For all you Android fans out there constantly checking your Twitter feeds for updated news and information about Ice Cream Sandwich, I have some good news for you. You can now get updated Android information straight from the source. That’s right — Android has joined Twitter!

Android has finally decided to join one of the largest social networks around and sports a delicious Ice Cream Sandwich profile picture. Android jumped right in by tweeting a quick “Hello World” and a link to their Ice Cream Sandwich statue unveiling. Many people, including myself, use Twitter to stay up-to-date with the latest news so it’s nice to see the official source for Android joining my following list. Over 31,000 people have already begun following the official Android Twitter account, have you?

Source: @Android

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3 Comments

  1. Don
    October 14, 11:18 Reply

    So why would they choose Twitter over Googl+ ?

    • Theo Rogelio
      October 14, 16:35 Reply

      Like Vincent says, Android has joined one of the largest social networks around.

    • Marque
      October 14, 17:30 Reply

      That’s exactly what I was wondering.

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