The Android Headlines Podcast is Available for Your Mind, Heart, Ears, and Downloading Pleasure

The Android Headlines Show podcast is ready for you. Are you ready? This week we had a bunch of news and hardware to talk about, and some pretty cool things happening with software and apps too. Orlando joined us for the first time this week. Flappy Bird was pulled from the Play Store by its developer because its addicting and people can't handle a little mobile game without sending death threats to the dev. Themer was pulled too but then it was put back. HTC is going to flood the market with cheap phones, they say. And the Galaxy S5 is leaking all over the internet. All over. Oh boy. We had a lot to talk about and it was a ton of fun!

Here is what we discussed on the show this week:

  • Xiaomi Redmi is official and available for only $130

Galaxy S5 rumors:

Here's the video in case you missed the live Hangout:

And the podcast stream, too. Enjoy!


The AH Show is live every Tuesday night at 8:30pm ET. You can watch on our YouTube channel and our Google+ page.  You should also subscribe to The Android Headlines Show podcast on iTunes or download the show directly from our podcast page, too. Don't forget to the rate the show on iTunes, too! We want to bring you a fresh take on what's going on in the world of Android, Google, and tech. There's always something new to talk about and we want to discuss what's important to you. If there is something specific that you want us to talk about, let us know! Drop us a note in the comments or tune in and ask questions live on the air. You can send us a message TwitterFacebook, or G+ too. We always love to hear from you. Come hang out with us next week!

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About the Author

Jeremiah Nelson

Staff Writer / Podcast Host
Jeremiah Nelson has loved Android since the OG Moto DROID. He spends his free time listening to metal and flashing new ROMs.