Check out our limited stock of Andrew Bell’s Android Mini Collectibles Series 4! If you’re interested in purchasing a blind box, an unopened case of 16 blind boxes, or simply want a specific design, check out our storefront on eBay HERE. Don’t miss out!
We have been lucky enough to acquire a limited stock of Andrew Bell’s Android Mini Collectibles Series 3! If you’re interested in purchasing a blind box, an unopened case of 16 blind boxes, or simply want a specific design, check out our storefront on eBay HERE. Don’t miss out!
We’re pleased to unveil the new design and layout for Best Android Apps Review. The new design is intended to facilitate browsing through the hundreds of Android app, game, and widget reviews we’ve published since 2009. Our homepage (and category, search, and other pages) now display app thumbnails and brief overviews of each app’s function, with the option to “Read More.” This will help minimize page loading times since fewer screenshots and other images will need to be downloaded upfront.
Leave your comments below and let us know what you think! We hope you like what we’ve done and continue to come back for the latest Android app reviews.
If you’re familiar with the Android Mini Series collectibles created by Andrew Bell and DYZPlastic, you know that anytime a new version is released they sell out almost immediately. And, that’s exactly what happened on their website with Series 02. Luckily, we have some for you!
Android Mini Series 02 has 11 different designs and a few mystery Androids as well. Each sealed, “blind-box” contains an unknown Android inside.
IMPORTANT (read before proceeding):
We have lifted the maximum order number to 16 Androids (1 full box)!. Please note, we can only ship to US, Canada, UK, and Australia at this time.
Follow the link below to access our PayPal supported store.
Google has just simplified the development of Android apps to the point where normal people like you and me can make one! They state that App Inventor requires NO knowledge of programming. The team has incorporated “blocks” (distributed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, so you know it’s good) for just about everything in Android, i.e. storing information, pinging Twitter, repeating an action etc. This helps to visualize all of the logic behind how the app works.