Drippler has been around for a while on both Android and iOS, providing relevant news, tips, app and game recommendations from various online sources tailored to your device. And now, one of these sources is Android Police. That's right, you can find our extensive Android coverage right within Drippler and in a format that is both mobile-friendly and Play Store-friendly.

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One of Drippler's excellent features is its ability to parse articles for Play Store links, then provide a handy list of these apps and games at the bottom of the page. That matches perfectly with our frequent apps and games posts, and most importantly, with our big roundups.

The rest of Drippler's options aren't too shabby either. It will recognize your device and software version then start providing you with relevant articles containing tutorials, news, and app and game recommendations. You can customize the experience to remove games, sort and filter the various articles, change the layout of your drips, pick the font size that suits you best, and enable notifications. There's even a new Discussions area that acts like a forum for Drippler users to ask questions and share tips related to Android in general or their specific devices.

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If you're already using Drippler, you should have already started seeing our content on it, but if you are not, you can download it from the widget below.

Rita El Khoury
Rita is a pharmacist by profession, a geek by passion. Her love story with Android started in 2009 and has been going stronger with every update, device, tip, app, and game. She lives in Lebanon, speaks three languages, and watches a lot of TV series.

  • Gokh

    This navbar hurt my eyes...

    • http://www.anivision.org/ Christopher Bailey (Xcom923)

      ?? how so?

      • Wololo

        1) There's no recent apps button
        2) There's 4 buttons instead of the stock 3, and it's weird to see the home button off-center

        • http://bit.ly/khouryrt Rita El Khoury

          It's the LG one and, believe it or not, it's quite functional for me. I could certainly do with a multitasking button instead of the menu, but that's not the end of the world. The rightmost icon, the one that drops the notification bar is *incredibly* useful, especially on big devices because you don't have to reach the top of the phone to drop your notification shade. Also excellent when you're typing something and you get a new message: drop, check, pull-up, without stretching your finger.

  • Damian

    That app is ugly, and articles are unreadable.

    • My name is….

      I've been using it for a year now and its actually nice, best thing to do while in bathroom.

      • Andy Stetson

        i prefer to poop while i'm in the bathroom...

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Why are they unreadable?

  • RuteNL

    You can also read these articles with Google Play Kiosk

    • Tarun Pemmaraju

      Kiosk? You mean Newsstand?

      • RuteNL

        it's called play kiosk in the play store for me, probable because i'm using the dutch version. I though it would be the same name.

  • Nabil L

    We want a real AP app guys!

    • RajivSK

      Could be a nice chance for AP to show us all how to craft a good looking app while also adhering to the guidelines. Frankly though, a good app comes at a price and with limited resources quality journalism should always come first, which it clearly does here at AP. The web template is also starting to show it's age in my humble opinion. (but seriously, who cares)

      Newsstand does fine for me.

    • ProductFRED

      WITH the Disqus comments.

  • Daniel Marcus

    I can't figure out how to... subscribe?... to AP. Generally, I use Play Newsstand to catch up with AP on my phone. I'd like to check out this option, but I can only find the articles by searching.

    • ddh819

      i just figured it out, you ahve to go to the newsstand on google play website, search for AP there, then subscribe

      • Daniel Marcus

        I meant on Drippler. I subscribed to AP long ago on Newsstand (you can find them in the Tech news section of the App, BTW).

        • http://bit.ly/khouryrt Rita El Khoury

          There's no way to subscribe on Drippler. You just get the recommended and relevant articles appear in your dripstream from various sources.

  • Deeco

    Ain't nobody got time for that!