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Droid Daily 10/30/12: ADW Launcher, Pandora 4.0, T-Mobile, Nexus 7, and More

October 30, 2012 - Written By Alexander Maxham

With Tons of Android News coming out every hour is near impossible to write about it all but we want to make sure you don’t miss a thing! So everyday we offer a quick view of stories that did not make our front page top news and give you some extra reading, so you can get your Droid on!

Nexus 7 16GB Price Protection

Good news for those that bought a 16GB Nexus 7 in the past two weeks (15 days). Google is going to refund you the difference you paid to the difference that the 16GB Nexus 7 is currently. So you’ll get about $50 back. More information

Remember ADW Launcher? It’s back!

Remember the good old Android 2.x days where we always used to have a launcher installed on our device? Remember ADW Launcher?  Well it’s back! Check out the video above to see how great it is now.

Pandora 4.0 on it’s way to Android devices

Today Pandora announced version 4.0 of their very popular music app. They’ve already launched their iOS version, and the Android version should be on it’s way to Google Play in the coming days. More

T-Mobile releases new Commercial, Carly and her bike is back!

Not a whole lot to say about this. We’ll just let you watch the video above.

MetroPCS has LTE available to 1 Million customers, Q3 profits $193 million

MetroPCS is rapidly expanding their LTE service. It is now reaching 1 million customers. MetroPCS also raked in $193 million in profits in the third quarter.

TELUS releases the Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE

TELUS in Canada is releasing the Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE for $460. This is the same device that’s on AT&T, and just as rugged. More information

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 now shipping in Canada

The newest Samsung flagship device, the Galaxy Note 2 is now shipping to our friends in Canada. We all know the spec’s but in case you haven’t seen them, hit the more information link. More information

Skitch for Android gets updated

Today Skitch received a huge update including:

  • A clean new homescreen
  • Pixelate – obscure part of an image to protect private or sensitive information
  • Highlighter – partially transparent paintbrush tool to draw attention to an object or text in the image
  • Planning tool – select, move, resize annotations