Droid Daily 1/10/13: Verizon, MetroPCS, Amazon, and More


Using Amazon's new AutoRip Service, get your Online CD Collection together


Today, Amazon announced a new AutoRip program, where it rips your music and stores it in the cloud. It's pretty cool.


Angry Birds Space gets An Update


Today, one of Rovio's most popular games Angry Birds Space got an update. It now includes a water galaxy called PigDipper. Pretty interesting right? Go grab the update from the Play Store.

MetroPCS Adds new Service Plans



Today, MetroPCS announced some new "Simpler" service plans. You can see them outlined above. Who's on MetroPCS, and what do you think of these new plans?

Introducing the new Kogan Agora


The Kogan Agora is a 5-inch, dual-core Android smartphone for Europe. Other specs include 4GB of internal storage, 512MB of RAM, and a 5MP camera. It's not a flagship device but for the price it's a pretty good deal. Just £119.


Half of Verizon's Data Traffic is LTE, duh?


Verizon was the first to roll out LTE, and also the fastest one to roll it out. They should be completed before the end of this year. And now we hear that almost 50% of their data is LTE? Well, um duh? Most people that aren't using LTE is either due to battery issues or it not being available yet.