Winners have been selected, and will be contacted shortly. They are:
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Thanks to everyone who entered!
Do you like portable speakers? Do you like free things? Then have we got a mashup for you - because Android Police and Braven are giving away two of the awesome Braven 600 portable Bluetooth speakers. I loved the 600 when I reviewed it. It's solidly put together, and the sound it produces definitely belies its price tag.
How to enter
First things first, this contest is open to the US only (sorry!). To enter, just leave a comment on this page - that's it.
Smartphones are the new portable gaming systems. And MP3 players, point & shoot cameras, calendars, on-the-go email machines, and social networking devices. Simply put, smartphones work hard for us. As a result, the battery drains quickly. Oftentimes too quickly.
That's why Seidio is offering up three 3,500mAh extended batteries and three desktop charging cradles for the Galaxy S III to three lucky readers.
As stated above, we have some battery/charging cradle combos to give away. But what exactly are they?
3,500mAh Extended Battery
If you find yourself running out of juice halfway through the day, this is the battery for you.
Back in April, we gave away ten of the crowd favorite "Nom" t-shirt. Now, it's back for another round! We're giving away five more of these, courtesy of Tanga. If you're impatient, or want to guarantee you'll get one, you can purchase it for $5.55 (plus $1.99 shipping) directly from Tanga right now. Otherwise, time to enter for your chance to win!
The contest is now over. Here are the winners, chosen at random:
Congratulations - you will be contacted for your information in the near future!
Everyone else - keep participating and stay tuned to Android Police so that you don't miss our upcoming giveaway announcements.
So, the long awaited title from Phosphor Games Horn is now available in the Play Store. It's an epic tale of a young boy who awakes to find himself in a Pylon-laden world. It's his job to destroy the beasts and turn them back into their former (human) selves. And it's awesome. Don't take my word for it though - check out our full review right here.
Horn has also been optimized for Tegra 3 devices, which really brings the environments and characters to life. But what if you don't have a silky-smooth T3 device to play on? Well, here's your chance to get one.
About a month ago, I reviewed a unique backpack called Solid Gray. It isn't a typical backpack by any standards - it's a unique hardshell pack made of a solid piece of extremely durable polypropylene plastic. Its eye-catching, futuristic design makes it one of a kind, and the overall layout is well thought-out given the nature of the bag.
Now, it's your chance to grab this unique carry-all for absolutely nothing, because thanks to the awesome guys at Solid Gray, we have one to give away.
How to Enter
The contest is now over. Here is the winner, chosen by Solid Gray:
Update: The winners have been selected. And they are are:
Evgeny Moryatov, via Facebook
Stan Tan, via Twitter
Android Police and Meizu are giving away one of two brand-spanking-new Meizu MX 4-Core smartphones, and one Meizu grab bag.
Two lucky winners will receive a brand-new Meizu MX 4-Core, the latest smartphone from Meizu. These phones are currently only available in China, so this is a rare opportunity to grab one of these devices before its wider debut. Here's what it's packing:
1.4GHz quad-core processor
4" LCD qHD display
Android 4.0 with Flyme OS overlay
32GB internal storage
8MP BSI rear camera, 0.3MP front
3G HSPA+ 21Mbps (pentaband)
In addition, one more winner will receive a Targus backpack stuffed with Meizu merc and various goodies.
A few weeks ago, we launched a little design contest with the main goal of getting some creative juices flowing ahead of firing up a full site redesign. We wanted to see some directions we can take the new AP logo and in exchange partnered with NVIDIA to reward the winner with a brand new Tegra 3-powered Iconia A510 (see our review).
As usual, there were a lot of creative submissions, and it was very hard to pick just one. But, in the end, there is only one prize, and we're going to award it to what I think was one of the more clever takes on the AP logo.
The winners have been selected. Check the list below to see if you won!
Do you like listening to music on the go but find that your headphones, for lack of a better word, suck? Then today is (potentially) your lucky day, because Nocs and Android Police are giving away ten pairs of Nocs NS200 earbuds (a $70 value each - find them at Amazon here), and they rock. In fact, check out our review of the NS200s, because you might just end up skipping this giveaway and buying a pair right now.
Never heard of Nocs? Neither had I until a few weeks ago, but I was stunned by the fidelity, character, and comfort of the NS200s, and I'm really looking forward to any more Android products they have coming down the line.
Cruzerlite, the company behind the kickass Androidified gel case, has come a long way over the last several months. Instead of just offering a couple of different cases for one or two devices sold exclusively through Amazon, they now offer several cases for over a dozen different devices. To go along with their newly expanded case lineup, they've also launched an all-new website. In fact, their new site is one of the best that we've ever seen for a small company. Seriously - go look at it.
To promote the launch of their new site, we've teamed up with Cruzerlite to offer up a few different prizes to you guys.
Earlier today, I reviewed the ZAGGkeys Flex Bluetooth keyboard, and loved it. It's a fantastic little keyboard - ultraportable, has incredibly battery life, and is a pleasure to type one. Not only that, but it can easily pair with your Android tablet or smartphone, as well as any iOS device that you may have. Say what you will about iOS, but the ability to have one keyboard that can pair with both Android and iOS is just awesome.
Of course, it's hard for us to tell you how awesome something is and not want to give some out, so guess what?