Jun 23 AT 8:57 PM Taylor Wimberly 1 Comment

Check Out These Weekly Android Podcasts

We have been planning a series of live shows to discuss Android and that is still forth coming.  In the mean time, there are several weekly podcasts that do a great job of covering the latest Android topics.  Check out the profile page for each show to listen to the archives and subscribe to their feeds to listen live each week.  If you are looking for an Android podcatcher, I have heard good things about DoggCatcher.

AndroidGuys androidguys30

Time: Monday 11PM EST
Podcast:  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/androidguys

AndroidGuys.com has recently revived their weekly show.  It is hosted by Scott, Jamie, and Luke from the site.  The show focuses on the latest Android news and rumors.  Each week they invite guest on from around the Android community.

John from Phonedog.com, Nick from HTCSource.com, and myself have all appeared on the show.  I got to participate in Episode #5 and had a lot of fun just talking about Android. Listen live each week and submit your show questions to @AndroidGuysCom on Twitter.

Motodev motodev30

Time: Wednesday 12PM EST
Podcast: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/motodev

Motodev is short for the Motorola developer network.  Their weekly show is hosted by Randy who covers everything related to Android development.  Each show, developers come on to talk about their applications and answer questions from the audience.  It is a great opportunity to learn about becoming a developer and I like being able to call in and ask questions.  During live shows, they also take questions on Twitter via @Motodev.

During Google I/O, I was invited on the show hosted at the Flurry headquarters.  It was a great experience and I enjoyed meeting other developers.  Look over the backlog of shows for some great Android content.

Update:  I will also be appearing on the Plugged In show tomorrow at 12PM EST.  If there is a live stream, I will share the link on Twitter.

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