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A massive episode 45 has just hit your podcatcher and what an episode it was.We kicked it all off with a huge thanks to Buzzsprout who we have chosen to host our podcast. The amount of work and goodwill from these guys to make their website truly...
In the News:Warren mentioned The war between china and Nokia. You can learn more by visiting this CNET article.While reading this page, Warren demonstrated how to adda shortcut to any web page on your home screen.Nimer spoke about AT&T announcing...
Anatad Podcast Episode #43: VPN's, OnePlus, and lots of Fun by Nimer Jaber, Warren Carr, and Marco CurralejoNews:The recent Twitter hack was in the spotlight, so we talked about that. You can learn more by visiting this link.We discussed at length...
We are joined by a special guest, Ian Hanson from "Joyful Machine."The spotlight is on the "Modality Keyboard."Mr. Hanson discussed what he would like to do with respect to the keyboard becoming accessible.We talked about some of the challenges that...
With the many changes coming in fast on Android 11 beta, we had to do yet another episode where the main thrust is Android 11 with the just dropped update to Android 11 beta 1.5.We had to talk about the upcoming OnePlus Z that is scheduled to be...
During the 42nd episode of the Anatad podcast, Marco, Nimer, and Warren started out by discussing the news. This included discussion of the Pixel 4A, 4A 5G, and Pixel 5 rumors. Also in the news, the NFB convention takes place next week, and Google will...
As we chug along and reaching episode 41, we turn our attention to the email clients, but first we talked about certain things making the news, including the price increases of YouTube TV, T-Mobile phone services, AT&T and the fact that the...
We welcome two guests to episode 38--Android 11 Beta 1 and a guest all the way from "down under"--Marco, another Android fanboy.We opened up the session with a good discussion on the first beta of Android 11 that dropped on June 10, 2020.We talked a little bit about what type of backup is available on Android 11 beta and then we moved on to the "multi-finger" gestures that Android 11 came with that can be enabled by going into Talkback Settings, then tapping on the "developer Settings" and therein, enabling the "multi-finger" gestures.We closed the session with a demo of the OpenCamera app from:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.sourceforge.opencameraFor questions, concerns or suggestions for the ANATAD Podcast crew, please, send mail to:firstname.lastname@example.orgShould you want to become a member of the ANATAD mailing list, simply send a "join Request" to:email@example.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
Episode 37 brings us to TCL's Android TV.We discuss these two Android TV's from TCL--the 32 and 40-inch TV's.The 32-inch sells for $139 and the 40-inch goes for $199.Both TV's can be picked up from the following Best Buy URL's:32-inch:https://bit.ly/2Mzj1rF42-inch:https://bit.ly/2A0sKoAWe then moved on and talked about the two phones from Motorola--The "G Fast" and the Moto E."Next, we discussed HTC's upcoming phone, the "Desire 20 Pro," followed by the controvertial move from Zoom wherein, free accounts may not be encrypted and then we moved onto Nimer's update on the Motorola Edge Plus and we closed the episode with a "tip of the week" from Nimer, showing how to add icons to the home screen or how not to add them to the home screen.For questions, suggestions or anything else regarding the podcast, please, send us email at:firstname.lastname@example.org to subscribe to the ANATAD mailing list, simply shoot a "join Request" to:email@example.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
Episode 36 is our very first YouTube Live Stream!We discussed "Plus Codes" from Google, the "StrandHogg" malware, an update from Nimer regarding the Motorola Edge Plus and the "Bixby" app from Samsung.In the "app of the week" section, I Warren, demonstrated an app on Jerusalem tour.This app has a Hebrew name (Check out "?????? ?????? - ???? ??????"), so the icon isn't read by English TTS enginesThe app is located at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mytoursapp.android.app1295We also talked about a new video conferencing service by the folks from the "Brave" browser, called "Brave together," located at:together.brave.comFor questions, concerns or suggestions, please, reach us via email at:firstname.lastname@example.orgTo become a member of the ANATAD mailing list, simply send a "Join Request" to:email@example.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
Welcome to episode 35 where we salute the "Global Accessibility Awareness Week."We showcase some of the apps that Google released during the "Global Accessibility Awareness Week"--Action Blocks, Sound Amplifier, Google Maps and "live Transcribe."Sound Amplifier is located at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.accessibility.soundamplifierwhile "Live Transcribed is found at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.audio.hearing.visualization.accessibility.scribeand "Action Blocks" can be found at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.accessibility.maui.actionblocksWe moved on to the "Tip of the week where I, Warren demonstrated how to download Dropbox content onto your SDCard and also demonstrated how to set the SDCard as the default location for downloads using the Chrome Dev.Nimer showed a tip on how to use an alias using Gmail as he also talked a little more about some of his observations with the Motorola Edge Plus.For questions, suggestions or concerns, please, contact us using our email address:firstname.lastname@example.org should you want to join out mailing list, all that needs happen is you sending a "join request" to:email@example.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
Motorola finally delivered a flagship phone worth talking about since the Moto Z2Force, thus, the title of this episode--Pretty Woman!This is a gorgeous phone that is reminiscent of the Samsung Edge-series, except that Lenovo went all in with the "edgey" thing!Nimer unboxed the phone and went through the setup process and everything went well, except that the in-display fingerprint reader was a nightmare!We moved on from the "Pretty Woman" and I demonstrated "new Pipe," an app that lets you consume YouTube content as though you were a premium subscriber.New Pipe is found on Github at the following URL:https://github.com/TeamNewPipe/NewPipe/releasesIf you want to import your YouTube subscription as I described on the podcast, then use the following URL:https://www.youtube.com/subscription_manager?action_takeout=1Simply follow the instructions on the podcast and you'll have your subscriptions in place.We then concluded the episode by reading an email from one of our listeners.For questions, concerns or suggestions for upcoming podcasts, please, feel free then to contact us at:firstname.lastname@example.orgTo subscribe to the mailing list of the ANATAD forum, simply send a "Join Request" to:email@example.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
In our last episode--Episode 32, we discussed Android 11 Preview 3.In this episode--Episode 33, we discussed how to roll back to Android 10.On June 3rd, less than a month from today, Google would be doing an event during which the public beta of Android 11 will be announced, meaning that folks can enroll to get the OTA without the need of using the "Flashing tool" from Google.This announcement can be viewed at the following YouTube URL:https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=19&v=gqJEcy57hA8&feature=emb_logoWe then moved onto what Zoom is doing by acquiring a company known for security and end-t-end related stuff, found at:https://www.androidheadlines.com/2020/05/zoom-will-introduce-end-to-end-encryption-with-a-caveat.htmlNext, we discussed the exciting change to Google Duo whereby, Google is planning to make it possible to do Duo conference on the web and not only so, but up to 32 participants.This article is located at:https://www.xda-developers.com/google-duo-group-calls-on-the-web-shareable-invites-family-mode/Our next stop is at the infamous "Wechat" app where the app is actually spying on non-Chinese nationals.This article is located at:https://www.androidauthority.com/wechat-spying-foreigners-1116994/Moving on, we touched on Google move in combining the efforts of its different messaging apps into one, found at:https://www.xda-developers.com/google-communication-messaging-apps-single-team/And last, but not the least, we discussed Samsung's debit card, found at:http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/androidcentral/~3/X9bwx1xFr8Y/samsung-pay-launch-debit-card-and-new-money-management-platformWe then closed the episode with an app demonstration of a Google app called "Read along" which is in its early access found at the following Play URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.seekhNimer closed the episode with a "tip of the week" where he demonstrated how to activate the "dark screen" on a Samsung phone as well as on Talkback.For questions and the like, don't hesitate to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Should you want to subscribe to the ANTAD mailing list, then shoot a "join Request" to:email@example.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
Welcome to Episode 32 of the ANATAD Podcast for this May 3, 2020.We discussed what Android 11 (Android R) Developer Preview is all about and how you can go about flashing it to any of your Pixel 2 through Pixel 4 XL.We also talked about the changes that would be coming to Android Accessibility found at:https://developer.android.com/reference/android/accessibilityservice/AccessibilityServiceWe opened the show with a breaking news about some hacker who broke into the webpage of the Lineage OS which can be found at:https://www.zdnet.com/article/hackers-breach-lineageos-servers-via-unpatched-vulnerability/I, Warren demonstrated an app called "Informed Delivery" from:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.usps.myusps_mobile_app_androidIf you would like to make any suggestion or have a comment about the podcast, then you may contact us at:firstname.lastname@example.orgTo become a member of the ANATAD mailing list, then send a "Join Request" to:email@example.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
As April winds to a close, the 25th of the month places us right on Episode 31.In Episode 31, we discussed the project that both Google and Apple are planning on releasing to the public in an attempt of tracking the current pandemic--Coronavirus (AKA) CovID19.This article is found at:https://www.imore.com/contact-tracing-guide-one-possible-pandemic-solution We also discussed the recently release phones, especially OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 pro.We also talked about the flagship phone form Lenovo--The Motorola Edge +.This is Lenovo's first flagship phone ever since the Z2Force.From here, we moved onto app and Nimer demonstrated an app from IRs called IRS2GO, found at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=gov.irsI, Warren, demonstrated an OpenSource Note-taking app called "Bundled" found at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.xaviertobin.noted"Bundled" still has accessibility issues and I plan on contacting the developer to ask him to make it accessible.We closed with an email message from Mike.For questions about the podcast or concerns or any suggestions thereof, please, contact us by sending email to:firstname.lastname@example.orgTo become a member of the ANATAD mailing list, all you need do is send a "join request" to:email@example.com--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
Nimer celebrates his birthday on this day of the recording of the 30TH episode of the ANATAD podcast on this Friday, April 17, 2020.Of course, I sang him a terrible version of the "Happy birthday to you" tune!We then moved on and talked about a couple news articles--The "Xhelper" malware and the upcoming Google Pixel 4-A.The "XHelper" news is located at:https://www.androidpolice.com/2020/04/17/months-of-research-finally-crack-android-malware-that-could-even-survive-factory-resets/while the Pixel 4-A article can be found at:https://www.androidpolice.com/2020/04/17/everything-we-know-about-googles-upcoming-pixel-4a/in this 30th episode, we also caught up with Shaswat from the Eye-D team.Shaswat gave us the history behind the development of the app and the passion of the team in wanting to help the blind community.As it is the case when we have guests, we asked Shaswat a bunch of questions and he gave us very honest answers!The Eye-D team can be reached via email at the following address:firstname.lastname@example.orgFor anyone wanting to join the ANATAD mailing list, simply send a "join request" to:email@example.com should you have any questions for the podcast crew or some suggestion, then please, send those messages to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
It was mid-week last week when the public release of Talkback 8.2 dropped.There are still a lot of people that the update hasn't been rolled out to as of this podcast.Nimer and I talked about the update with respect to what it brought to the table and the fact that it might take a little while before it reaches folks.We moved onto the news section and we had a rather long discussion on generosity or the lack thereof, from big companies.The next section opened with me talking about the update of the app called "Elocance."I next talked about another radio app called "Replaio.Elocance can be found at the following Play URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mindthetea.elocanceand "Replaio" is located at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hv.replaioNimer introduced an app called "Signal check pro" whose URL is located at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.blueline.signalcheckand his second app of the day is the trusted good ole' "Signal--Private messenger"located at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.thoughtcrime.securesmsIn closing, I had a "tip of the week" in the way of the "PIP"--Picture-in-picture."We question, concerns, suggestions and the like, please, contact us via email at:email@example.comTo join the ANATA mailing list, simply shoot a "join request" to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
In episode 28, we welcome a special guest, Emre Sarbak from "Mediate labs," the folks who brought us the ever-popular app--Supersense.We talked about the origins of the app, what led to it and where it is headed.We moved on to the "apps section" of the podcast, and I, Warren demonstrated a little recording app from the folks who brought us the "Dolby sound" called "Dolby on" found at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dolby.dolby234Nimer demonstrates the "Sensors Multitool" app that tells you everything you need to know about your phone and more, found at the following Play URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wered.sensorsmultitool&hl=en_USWe closed the episode by reading and responding to email messages from some of our listeners.For any questions, concerns or suggestions for the podcast, please, send those to:email@example.comTo join the ANATAD mailing list, simply send a "join request" to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
"Going back to Basics" is what we would like to call this episode of the ANATAD" podcast.This is episode 27, marking the 2nd episode with our new name "ANATAD."Nimer and I talked about the Android Accessibility Suite and the Voice Assistant found on Samsung devices.I gave a quick overview of the Android Accessibility Suite while Nimer demoed the Voice Assistant on the Galaxy S20 Ultra.We mentioned in passing, that Google Duo now allows up to 12 participants on a group call.We closed the episode with the 2nd part of Aaron Spears' tutorial on the SBK--Soft Braille Keyboard.For questions, suggestions and concerns, please, contact us via email at:email@example.comShould you want to subscribe to the ANATAD mailing list, then send a "join request" to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
In our 26th podcast--the rebirth of the ANTAD podcast to "ANATAD," we thought we should dub it the "pretty Mexican girl."We took a brief look at the Android 11 Developer Preview 1.Alan from Australia who joined us for the first time, demonstrated some of the features found on this preview of the 2nd Developer Preview.We mentioned in passing, "AGM Mobile," a rugged phone from a U.K. manufacturer that might come in handy for some blind folks who prefer physical keys over the touch screen.This device is available for a little under #20.00 (twenty British Pounds) at the following URL:https://agmmobile.co.uk/We then talked about the new Talkback beta and the integrated Braille keyboard.In conclusion, we closed with a tutorial from our very own, Aaron Spears, demonstrating how to use the SBK--Soft Braille keyboard.For questions, concerns and suggestions, feel free to contact us via email at our new email address:email@example.com to subscribe to the "ANATAD" mailing list, simply, send a "join request" to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
In this 25th episode, we take a look wat what is coming with android 11--Scoped Storage and what it MEANS.We also spotlighted the Google Assistant and its new web reader feature which sure comes in handy when reading articles.On the "apps side of things," I demonstrated the new VoiceDream Scanner in its beta state from the guys who brought us the "VoiceDream Reader.The app is still in its early access stage and costs $6.99 to beta-test it.Should you want to try it, then it's located at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.voicedream.scannerWe moved to tips of the week and Nimer talked about how to take advantage of shortcuts on apps that have the feature.I, Warren, then talked about the return of the ability to pin an app to the top of the apps that one would love to share something to.We conclusion, we once again thanked the newcomers to the ANTAD forum.For questions, concerns and suggestions for the podcasts, we encourage you to contact us via email at:email@example.comTo become a member of the ANTAD forum, simply send us a "join request" by sending an email to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
In this episode of the ANTAD Podcast--Episode 24, we discussed some vulnerability found in certain chips and routers.The article can be found at the following URL:https://www.xda-developers.com/kr00k-wifi-vulnerability-broadcom-cypress/We then moved on and talked about the Android 11 Developer Preview 1.Alongside with that, we mentioned the fact that the Essential PH1 phone has gained some sort of an update from the guys from Essential, making it possible to download and install a tool and the rafter, sideload the GSI of Android 11 Dev Preview.We then moved on and talked about the Braille feature in the new Talkback beta that wasn't supposed to be pushed out to the Play Store, but it was mistakenly pushed out and some of us got it.In the "tip of the week," I demonstrated how to copy the sms sent to my phone and pasting it to the app that requested for the confirmation.Nimer demonstrated "auto-fill" and we then closed by thanking Russ for writing to the ANTAD Podcast crew.For questions, concerns or suggestions, please, send us email messages to:email@example.com and to subscribe to the ANTAD mailing list, simply send a "join request" to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
While lovers and well-wishers are out and about eating dinner on Valentine's day evening, Nimer and I, Warren are busy recording episode 23 of the "ANTAD" podcast.In this episode, we put the focus on the happenings of the week--From the Samsung unpack of the Galaxy S20 series, to the cancellation of MWC, the merger of Sprint and T-Mobile and most importantly, the departure of a hero, from which this episode's title is derived!We say goodbye to, perhaps the best Android phone ever built--The Essential PH1 phone as the curtains got drawn this week on both the company--Essential and the PH1.The PH1 won't see any security updates again and the last it saw is the Feb. 5th security patch.Thus, we a sad heart, we say goodbye to a hero.Towards the end of the episode, I, Warren demonstrated an app called "Let go"--a buying and selling app, just like eBay, except that this has a focus on one's locale."Let go" can be found at the following Play URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.abtnprojects.ambatanaNimer demonstrated Google Feed as well as the "Commentary" screen Reader and we closed with plugging in the second installment of the "Commentary" demonstration by Aaron Spears.We welcome your questions and concerns by contacting us via email at:email@example.comTo join the "ANTAD" mailing list, then simply send a "join request" to:firstname.lastname@example.orgShould you want to subscribe to the podcast through Google Play music, then hit the URL below:https://bit.ly/2Pbrnb1--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
Episode 22 of the ANTAD Podcast discusses encryption!In this episode, we talk about the importance of encryption, what it is and why it is important.Starting off with the news section, we discussed the upcoming new take on "printing" in android that would be debuting with Android 11.We then moved on to a Bluetooth exploit called "Bluefrag" that is patched with the Feb. 2020 security patch.We mentioned in passing the upcoming Samsung event scheduled for Feb. 11 where Samsung would be unveiling its new flagship--The Galaxy S20 series of phones.We also took a little swipe of a possible collaboration between four Chinese phone companies--Huawei, Opo, Xiaomi and Vivio in creating their own equivalence of the "Play Store.”We then move onto apps where I, Warren demonstrated an old, abandoned screen reader--ShinePlus.I also demonstrated a neat little browser called "Epic" that is security-focused, found at the following Play URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.epic.browserFrom an XDA developer, comes and app --Paget96 called "net Speed Indicator" found at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.paget96.netspeedindicatorThe last app discussed is a news app called "Knewz," found at the following Play Store URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.newscorp.knewzMoving towards the closing of the episode, we discussed "widgets" and Nimer demonstrated how to create one.The episode closed with a demonstration by Aaron Spears of the "Commentary"--A Chinese Android Screen Reader.As always, we welcome questions, suggestions and the like by sending us email to:email@example.comTo subscribe to the ANTAD forum, simply send a "join request to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
The 21st episode of the ANTAD podcast is about Google apps.We opened the session with some news about "OTP"--One Time Passcode--A project from Apple with Google Chromium team on board.This article can be viewed at:https://www.imore.com/apple-engineers-have-proposal-standardize-two-factor-authentication-messages-and-google-boardmentioning in passing is the EU's vote that mandates USBC as a standard charging cord for devices from the following URL:https://www.androidauthority.com/apple-eu-common-charger-1077335/From here, we moved into the "app of the week" where I demonstrated an app from an XDA contributor called "Beta Maniac."This app is found at the following Play URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=it.mirko.betaWe then turned our attention to the subject matter of the podcast, which is "Google apps."I talked about the Contacts app, Messaging app and both Nimer and I talked about "Play Books" and Nimer demonstrated the Google Duo app.In conclusion, Nimer showed another toy of his--The LG V50 phone and showed how close to stock the UI is.We also answered a listener's email that has to do with one of the past episodes--Episode 12.As always, feel free to reach us with your questions or concerns by sending email to:email@example.comTo Join the ANTAD maling list, then simply send a "join request" to:firstname.lastname@example.orgAll the episodes of our podcast can be found at:antadpodcast.comor simply make a google search for "ANTAD Podcast" or enter "ANTAD Podcast" on your podcast client to subscribe to our channel.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
Episode 20 is a mile stone for the ANTAD Podcast, so we focus on Mobile Security.We started off though by highlighting some news and or rumor (The AirDresser) from Samsung and then we talked about the upcoming Google IO scheduled for May the 12th through the 14th at Google's headquarters.Although we don't necessarily endorse nor recommend these "security" apps, we realize that there are those that do and hence the beauty of Android--Choice.Thus, we outline some of the most recommended ones we could find from around the net by those who believe in these.Each of the following has its Play URL:1. Malwarefox - antimalware."--Developer: MalwareFoxhttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.malwarefox.antimalware2. " eset mobile security and antivirus."--Developer: Esethttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.eset.ems2.gp3. "DuckDuckGo" Browser--Developer: DuckDuckGOhttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.duckduckgo.mobile.android4. 188.8.131.52 --Developer: Cloudflarehttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cloudflare.onedotonedotonedotone5. "Bitwarden Password Manager"--Developer: 8bit Solutionshttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.x8bit.bitwarden6. "Nox Security"--Developer: Nox.https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.noxgroup.app.security7. "Clean Master"--Developer: Cheetah Mobile.https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cleanmaster.mguard8. "LockBox"--Developer: LogMeIn.https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.logmein.lockbox&hl=en9. "Folder Lock"--Developer: NewSoftwareshttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.newsoftwares.folderlock_v110. "Detectify"--Developer: WonderTech https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?Following the "Security" segment, I thought it was appropriate to demo my app which is "security-focused"--The "Cryptomator" which sells for $9.49Next Nimer demonstrated how to manage Bluetooth audio volume with a natively available utility that is accessed when "Developer mode" is enabled.As always, we welcome your questions, concerns and the like by sending us email to:email@example.com and in order to become a member of the ANTAD mailing list, all you do is send a blank "join request" to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
Episode 19 of the ANTAD Podcast takes a look at "Productivity," what it means and how it could be defined on an individual basis.We then move on to "Rumorville" and talked about the possibility of Google releasing some three mid-range phones in 2020 and Xiaomi spinning off "Poco," as a separate company, thus, it's likely we'd be seeing a new "Pocophone."Next, Nimer demonstrated the "bad mama jamma"--The Galaxy Note 10Plus and that led us to apps.I demonstrated the official GitHub (early access) client found at the following Play URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.github.androidNimer demonstrated a couple apps--The CPUZ pro from:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=xsoftstudio.cpu.identifier.pro&hl=en_USand next, the "Compass Galaxy" from:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=pl.nenter.app.compass_app&hl=en_USWe enjoy hearing from you guys and so, as always, if you have any questions or concerns, please, don't hesitate to send those to:email@example.com should you want to join the ANTAD list, then send a "join request" to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
In Episode 18, we take time out to shine the spotlight on Google during the last decade--2010-2019, paying attention to the many things that happend during those years, both good and bad.In the news section, I talked briefly about the possibility of OnePlus coming to Verizon sometime this year when the OnePlus 8 hits.Nimer brought us the "tip f the week" where he showcased how one could get infor on one's phone using the natively available methods.For the "App fo the week," I, Warren, demonstrated "Evie - The eVoice book reader" a TTS-centric e-pub reader found at the following Play URL:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lenntt.evoicereaderFor questions, concerns and any other inquiries, please, shoot us an email at the following:email@example.com to be a member of the "ANTAD" mailing list, simply send a "join request" to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
As 2019 turned the page to 2020, closing the last decade, the ANTAD Podcast Crew, in ANTAD episode 17, takes a look at the last decade with respect to Android, paying attention to the movers and shakers of that last decade.We examine what phone was considered "phone of the year" foe each of those years of that decade, as well as highlighting some great phones that came out in those years during the decade.We welcome your questions and suggestions regarding the podcast by sending us email at:email@example.com should you want to join the ANTAd mailing list, then send your "Join Request" to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
For the close of the year, we want to wish everyone who celebrates Christmas a merry Christmas and a happy new year to all!In episode 16, we take a look at some of the outstanding phones of 2019 and some rather great phones that went under the radar.We answered a couple email messages and recommended a printer managemnt app from the "Mopria guys," located at:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.mopria.printpluginAgain we want to wish all of you who celebrate Christmas a merry Christmas indeed and our gratitude to you all for listening to the ANTAD podcast.We look forward to seeing you next year, God willing.For questions, concerns and the like, please, direct your inquiries to:email@example.com should you want to subscribe to the ANTAD mailing list, then direct a "join request" to:firstname.lastname@example.org--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anatadpodcast/message
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