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[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 6: I Was Hoping For The Crap Box

Welcome back to the Android Police Podcast, the only official semi-official audio source for all things Android. This week, we're talking about Samsung's trademarking addiction, Read It Later (Pocket), and dongles. Your favorite hosts Matthew Smith, Cameron Summerson, Bob Severns and myself are flying solo this week, but we'll have Eric Ravenscraft back on the show for the next episode.

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[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 5: A Frisky Partner's Midnight Moves

It's podcast time - this week Matt, Bob, Cameron, Artem, myself, and our newest presenter Liam Spradlin all talk about things that have at least some tangential relation to Android. In this week's episode, we talk Nook GlowTouch, EVO 4G LTE, and upgrade fees. Check out the covered content in the outline below, and scroll to the bottom of the page for Soundcloud and RSS subscription info to listen.

  • Carrier 411
  • AT&T is bringing LTE to more markets...
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[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 4: Bluestacks, Yakjus And Tweener Spots

The Android Police Podcast is back for another week of... whatever it is we do. Let's get down to it, this week's topics are:

  • Carrier 411
  • Rumor Roundup
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    [The Android Police Podcast] Episode 3: Like Grand Theft Auto, Classy Edition

    The Android Police Podcast is back - and this week's episode is one you won't want to miss. Unless you really want to miss it, in which case, It's OK, we'll forgive you. But just this once.

    Down to business, this week's topics (with links for your convenience).

    Android Police Podcast Episode 3 Breakdown

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    [The Android Police Podcast] Episode 2: Wanna Tablet While I Taxi

    Welcome back to another week of the Android Police podcast. This is our second episode, and there are a lot of voices you'll be hearing, so let's figure out who's who. This week on the show, our guests include (aside from regular hosts Matt, Bob, and David):

    • Artem Russakovskii (Founder of Android Police)
    • Eric Ravenscraft
    • Cameron Summerson

    If you're having a hard time telling who is speaking, don't worry - we're working on it (thanks to all those who noted this on the first episode).

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    [Introducing: The Android Police Podcast] Pilot Episode #1: Wherever You Go, We'll Be There

    No, you didn't miss the memo - Android Police has been working, in secret (well, kind of secret), for nearly 2 months to bring you our first-ever podcast series. And we're calling it... The Android Police Podcast. Clever, I know. We've been diligently crafting it to make sure we get this right, and our first release episode is now ready for your listening pleasure (at least we hope it's pleasurable).

    Seeing as this is our very first episode, we're especially interested in your feedback.

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    [Update: It's Live] BeyondPod Available For $1.99 (Normally $6.99) Over Thanksgiving Weekend (Nov 25-27), Makes You More Thankful Than Ever For Your Podcasts

    Update: It's live in the Market now. Grab it before the deal is over!

    If you've recently been on the lookout for a mobile application to take care of all your podcasting needs, then your prayers may get answered in a couple of days. BeyondPod, a podcast manager for Android, is going on sale for $1.99 over Thanksgiving weekend, which is a serious discount of $5 off the usual asking price of $6.99.

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    BeyondPod, One Of The Best Podcast Managers For Android, On Sale For $1.99 Now Through Monday (Normally $6.99)

    When it comes to podcasting applications on Android, there are certain ones that stand above the rest. Among those, BeyondPod Podcast Manager may be the top dog, and for this weekend only, you can score this awesome app for just $1.99 as opposed to the usual $6.99.

    Note from Artem: I've been a fan of BeyondPod for over a year now and use it for managing, syncing, and listening to my podcasts exclusively.
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    Miro 4 Allows for Torrenting, Video and Music Syncing, Podcasting and Everything Else Under the Sun

    Miro is an open-sourced, free solution to your media problems with Android. It's touted as an all-in-one solution, and with its feature list, I'm not about to disagree. It offers a media player, BitTorrent client, video encoder, music store and device sync component all wrapped up in a single program, which covers some of the problems Android has run into without its own downloadable client.

    With your phone connected to your computer, you can use Miro to sync music and video to your phone.

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    Top 10 Best Android Related Podcasts To Keep That Podcast App Of Yours Satisfied

    If you are as interested in Android as I am, you might just be looking for a more unobtrusive and interesting way of absorbing the news.

    As this highly scientific chart unequivocally shows, the amount of new Android related information has skyrocketed in 2009:

    Google trends for "Android"

    So rather than spend hours trying to weed out the interesting bits in your browser (unless, of course, you're reading Android Police which is a delight - RSS/Twitter), you can instead fire up your favorite podcast app (BeyondPod on Android is mine) and subscribe to some Android podcasts.

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