Nov 03 AT 2:23 PM Taylor Wimberly 8 Comments

AndroidGuys podcast on demand

I always tweet about the weekly AndroidGuys.com podcast, but I know not everyone follows our Twitter account (you should!) and it has been awhile since I mentioned the show to our daily readers.

Every Monday at 9:30 PM EST, you can listen live on Blog Talk Radio. Unfortunately, there is not an Android client to listen live, but a toll free number is available which allows you to still tune in. If you have never listened live, I suggest dropping by one week so you can participate in the chat room hosted on Blog Talk Radio.

Previous episodes are available on demand using the free Android podcast app Google Listen.

Google Listen is a free podcast app.

Google Listen is a free podcast app.

Last night was Episode 25 and we had a great time. Joining the show was Scott, Sam, and Nicole from AndroidGuys, Nick from HTCSource, Andrew from Androinica, and myself.

Some of the topics we touched on last night included:

  • Motorola Droid
  • Motorola Milestone
  • Sony Ericsson Rachael
  • Samsung Moment on Sale
  • Motorola Cliq on Sale
  • Verizon’s Smartphone Plans
  • Android 2.0 exclusivity

Clark and I are still planning to do our own daytime talk show, but other projects have been getting in the way. Leave us a note of encouragement and maybe it will motivate us to get the ball rolling.

Taylor is the founder of Android and Me. He resides in Dallas and carries the Samsung Galaxy S 4 and HTC One as his daily devices. Ask him a question on Twitter or Google+ and he is likely to respond. | Ethics statement

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  • bier

    I’m using doggcatcher, what’s the feedurl?

  • adam

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  • adam

    i think that android should put multitouch with two pints not one like android 2.0 and sound notifitication to alert us when it lower then 15% battery. And, then add the adobe flash player plug in with at least 9 version if they cant get 10 because htc hero has it why cant we motorola cliq get it?

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  1. bierGuest 5 years ago

    I’m using doggcatcher, what’s the feedurl?

  2. adamGuest 5 years ago

    i think that android should put multitouch with two pints not one like android 2.0 and sound notifitication when it lower then 15% battery. And, then add the adobe flash player plug in with at least 9 version if they cant get 10 because htc hero has it why cant we motorola cliq get it?

  3. adamGuest 5 years ago

    i think that android should put multitouch with two pints not one like android 2.0 and sound notifitication to alert us when it lower then 15% battery. And, then add the adobe flash player plug in with at least 9 version if they cant get 10 because htc hero has it why cant we motorola cliq get it?

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  5. SonyGuest 4 years ago

    but a toll free number is available which allows you to still tune in. If you have never listened live, I suggest dropping by one week so you can participate in the chat room hosted on Blog Talk Radio.

  6. Desire HDGuest 4 years ago

    Unfortunately, there is not an Android client to listen live, but a toll free number is available which allows you to still tune in. If you have never listened live

  7. HTC desire vs Desire HDGuest 4 years ago

    IT will be planning to try this one later