It’s not you, it’s your phone | Podcast 099

Joshua Vergara, Joe Hindy, Jonathan Feist and David Imel officially close out the double digits with episode 99 of the Android Authority Podcast. That might be a lie, with a special episode coming next week, delaying episode 100, but we’re close! Topics around the team included love and dating, but specifically how iPhone users have been found to judge Android users poorly. Android Wear 2.0 is rolling out, but is the smartwatch the right medium? Samsung putting the fingerprint scanner beside the camera, weird, but is that a problem? But first, we express that we’re not overly worried about the Google Now Launcher exiting the Play Store.

Stay tuned for a brand new show format coming soon, we want to get you, our faithful listeners, readers and viewers more involved in the show, and we think we have a solution.

The Android Authority Podcast – discussing topics in Android every week.

Rough Timecodes:
Check in with food, televisions, Bluetooth causing PC issues and more.
32:00 – Google Now Launcher going away
52:00 – Android Wear 2.0 update
70:00 – Samsung Galaxy S8 fingerprint sensor on the back?
84:00 – Love, and how iPhone users may think less of Android users

Links to Podcast

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iTunes
Stitcher
SoundCloud
Direct Download

Relevant Links

Android Authority Forums – Podcast discussion
Google Now Launcher going away
Android Wear 2.0 update
Samsung putting the fingerprint scanner on the back of the Galaxy S8?
How is your dating game – is your Android device bringing you down?

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Joseph Hindy
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Andrew Grush
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Jonathan Feist
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Nirave Gondhia
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John Dye
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Lanh Nguyen
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David Imel
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Adam Molina
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Recorded on February 9th, 2017 – Hosted and produced by Joshua Vergara.

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