Droid Dog: Your Smartphone’s New Best Friend
Dogs are man’s best friend—it’s true, but the new dog in town does a lot more than cuddle on the couch with you or acquaints himself with fire hydrants.
Droid Dog is your all-knowing pet—at least when it comes to Androids, Google Chrome, and all their pals. It’s a website completely devoted to the goings-on in the world of Google, and consequently, of Android. There’s a lot happening out there, and this is the place to find out about it all.
Androids do a ton for us, but most users are not taking full advantage of the capabilities of their smartphone. Droid Dog is happy to remind everyone just what the Android can do. It also keeps you up to speed on the latest developments in the smartphone world.
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Smartphones: What They Cannot Do?
That’s the easier question to answer, when anybody with a smartphone is capable of identifying any song they hear playing, hurl angry birds at worried pigs, record and produce entire albums on their device, take pictures, listen to music, watch movies, email Mom and Dad, pay bills, and find their way home. Phew! That is one powerful little machine.
In addition to all that, smartphones are now capable of price comparisons, check traffic conditions along your route, reserving plane tickets and hotel rooms, and basically every other little thing that you need. Like what Droid Dog points out, with smartphones, you don’t have to worry about the little things; you can focus on the important stuff, like living life with the ease that this gizmo brings.
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Dogs can be trained to do a lot of things, like bring you the newspaper, fetch a ball, play dead, sit down, and other nifty tricks. Droid dog has taught itself how to do a lot more. It still brings you the news; but instead of a ball, it fetches you tips and tricks on how to improve your Android, what apps to check out, and how to ensure that your smartphone is only playing dead.
Whether you’re looking for product reviews, comparison articles, or just want to keep your finger to the pulse of the Android/Google/Chrome culture, Droid Dog is definitely the companion you are looking for.