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Andrew Grush

Andrew is one of the three Managing Editors of Android Authority, primarily responsible for the overseeing of US team of writers, in addition to several other projects such as VR Source and more. He loves tech, gaming, his family, and good conversations with like-minded folks.

Andrew's Posts

#ThrowbackThursday – When Android had stiffer competition

These days roughly 80% of all new devices run Android, making for very little true competition. But it wasn't always that way.
by Andrew Grush18 hours ago13

Bring Google Assistant to your DIY tech projects, courtesy of new SDK

DIY tech nerds rejoice, as you now have the opportunity to tinker with Google Assistant’s tech to your heart's desire thanks to the arrival of the official SDK.
by Andrew Grush20 hours ago

Star Wars enters the puzzle game genre with Puzzle Droids

Looking to get your puzzle on? We have good news! Star Wars: Puzzle Droids now brings puzzle gaming to a galaxy far, far away.
by Andrew Grush22 hours ago

Samsung Galaxy S8 owners will receive exclusive Google Play Music features

Google and Samsung are teaming up to offer Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus owners several special benefits when they use Google Play Music.
by Andrew Grush7 days ago19
 
 

#ThrowbackThursday – when HTC was the king of ‘premium’ design

These days, Samsung is one of the leaders in Android phone design. However, back in 2013, HTC held that accolade.
by Andrew Grush2 weeks ago32

#ThrowbackThursday – when Samsung ditched plastic

Remember when Samsung seriously changed its design in order to shake things up and improve its reputation? No, we're not talking about the Galaxy S8 family. Travel with us back to 2015, ...
by Andrew Grush3 weeks ago15

New & upcoming Android phones (April 2017)

In this article we aim to highlight the most action-packed new Android phones coming to the market in the relatively near future. Let's take a look!
by Andrew Grush3 weeks ago33

Sony Xperia XA, Lenovo Phab 2, and others deeply discounted on Amazon

As part of its "Amazon Unlocked Days" promotion, you can now get your hands on various 'budget' friendly devices for exceptionally aggressive pricing.
by Andrew Grush3 weeks ago3

Amazon Echo vs Dot vs Tap: Which is right for you?

Wondering what are the main differences between Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Tap? Join us as we take a closer look.
by Andrew Grush4 weeks ago2

BLU Life One X2 Mini arrives offering Snapdragon 430 and 4GB RAM for sub-$200

In contrast with what you'd expect, the new BLU Life One X2 Mini is actually more expensive and slightly more powerful than its bigger brother.
by Andrew GrushMarch 17, 20174
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