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Monday Poll: What’s Your Keyboard App of Choice?

Before Google Keyboard (now Gboard) was readily available for download on Google Play, there were various keyboard apps I would use all of the time. In particular, there was one during that period I loved very much, that one being Swype. With the news that...
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Poll: Pick Your Flavor of Android

I probably already know where this poll is headed, but I still want to see the numbers. We're bringing up this subject of Android flavors today, because the folks at OnePlus have asked their OnePlus followers which version of Android they prefer: pure or...
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Poll: Does Your Phone Have Oreo Yet?

According to the latest Android Distribution numbers, there aren't many users in the Android ecosystem running the latest and greatest from Google. To be exact, Google says only 0.7% of all Android users are running Oreo, nearly half a year after its initial...
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Friday Poll: Are You on an Unlimited Data Plan?

2017 sure seemed to be the year that unlimited data made its triumphant return to the US wireless ecosystem. While T-Mobile and Sprint may have jumped out to a head start the year prior, we saw Verizon and AT&T step back in with their own unlimited plans....
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Question of the Day: How’s Life With Project Fi?

Google announced a pretty major change to Project Fi today in the form of Bill Protection. Going forward, Project Fi is now essentially an unlimited data plan, where you only get charged for your call and texting plan ($20), along with up to 6GB of data (up to...
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Question of the Day: Why Android?

I started Droid Life over 8 years ago now. I started it because I needed an outlet to share my thoughts on my journey through smartphones, but more specifically, my journey with the original Motorola DROID, since it was the first phone to finally take on the...
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Thursday Poll: How Often Do You Upgrade Phones?

A lengthy email hit our inbox this morning (Cheers, Christopher!) that touched on the subject of upgrades. It brought up the idea that with the early introduction of device payment plans as a replacement for the two-year service contract, that carriers were...