25 MORE Awesomer Google Android Websites You Should Follow
May 4, 2009 5:00 AM –
Yeah we know “Awesomer” is not a word but it got your attention… didn’t it? 😛
This is part 2 of our first post “25 Awesome Google Android Websites You Should Follow“. Many loved the list, some blasted it because they weren’t on it, and others wanted in to the list. Nonetheless, we’ve compiled another list of unique, cool and knowledgeable websites giving respect knuckles to Google’s Android OS, phones/hardware, Android news/rumors, Android development or Android Apps.
AndroidTapp.com has become the #1 best resource for Android App Reviews. We offer unbiased, definitive and concise Android App Reviews. Not to mention all the Freebies we give away such as the T-Mobile G1 cellphone, American Express Gift Cards, or free WordPress theme “WordTapp”. See what our past winners say about us!
Android Market. We can’t forget about the Android Official website. At launch it really sucked because it didn’t list all app in the market (only the featured). Now it’s coming along to list Top Paid and Top Free apps. There are plans in the Android Road Map to release a full fledged website for browsing Android Apps from a website.
Android App Review Source is a competitor website offering Android App Reviews. Their model is “K.I.S.S.”, quick and short reviews.
Respect knuckles to PlanetAndroid (and variant websites)for carrying our posts feed. PlanetAndroid offers a great mix of Android related websites’ latest content on one page.
Android and Me offers interesting blog posts, news, Android App Reviews and resources for Android users and developers. Check out their Android Bounty encouraging developers to port the classic game Quake to Android and the developers can claim the cash donated by the community.
Sexy G1 Wallz is the spin-off of G1Wallz.com dedicated to the Sexiest model wallpaper downloads for your Android phone. Mobile phone friendly, plus you can vote and comment on wallpapers.
TheRebelDroid offers video news regarding Android, applications, events and Android websites.
PhoneDog is dedicated to offering news, reviews and insights about anything cellphone related. They carry great reviews and videos about Android too!
Androinica is a Google Android phone, news and app resource.
AndroidCentral a subsidiary of fine mobile network related blogs apart of Smart Phone Experts offers Android news and insights.
AndroidSavvy offers the latest content feeds for various Android websites and Tweets (Funny… they don’t list the #1 website for Android App Reviews)
Android Authority is apart of the Mobile Burn network of websites offering Android news, reviews and interviews.
Mark Murphy’s Blog is featured on Network World showcasing Android. Murphy is also a developer’s advocate, writes and publishes Android books under CommonsWare and and teaches Android Development!
XDA Developers Forum is a huge mobile software developers forum where you can find development help, tips, software and tricks on any mobile platform; including Android!
SlideMe offers another venue for Android developers to distribute and share their Android Apps.
Droidin.com. A group of geeks and Android enthusiasts sharing knowledge and ideas. Check out AndroidTapp.com on Droidin.com.
mAPPn Community Forum is a thriving community of designers and developers discussing the popular aHome Android app, themes, font packs and widgets.
AndroidGuys.net is a collection of Android videos from many sources.
Android-DLs is a developers’ advocate website offering news and opinions from an Android Developers perspective. (Check out their “Droid Dev Challenge: Cupcake Widget” where developers with the best Widget for Google’s latest 1.5 firmware can claim some cash put up by the community).
Motorola Developers offers support for Android Developers as well. (Stay tuned as AndroidTapp.com is working with Motorola to advocate better Android development).
G1 News offers Android and T-Mobile G1 news and reviews.
Developer Life Tutorials offers tutorials on learning Android Development with screenshots and code snippets.
Learning Android offers tutorials on learning Android Development with screenshots and code snippets.
Google Mobile Blog is Google’s official blog for mobile applications.
Solsie is a mobile technology blog that features Android phones and news.
Though Venture Beat‘s primary focus is Venture Capitalism, they report often on Android and its profitability.
Did I miss your Android website? Place a link in the Comments Below and tell us why it rocks!