It’s been a busy couple of weeks for smartphone fans. From Samsung and Motorola’s new devices to the iPhone 6 and Apple’s first smartwatch, the forums have been buzzing. Here’s what has people talking over at Android Forums this week.
Is Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 launch timing all wrong?
Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar — we’re sure you have heard of them. Not only are they a great way to get around, but they have also become a viable source of income for a growing number of folks offering rides to cash in. Whether as a part-time or full-time gig, it’s easy to see the appeal in the flexible schedule, seamless service, and a never-ending customer base provided by these apps. We’ve all grabbed an Uber for a ride home, but would you consider getting behind the wheel?
Making sense of T-Mobile’s monthly payments
T-Mobile started a revolution when they introduced a new monthly payment model while simultaneously doing away with smartphone subsidies. A year later, customer confusion persists. What, exactly, is the user on the hook for? How do payments for a phone roll into and affect the total cost of monthly service? More importantly, is there a catch? Android Forums users attempt to make sense of T-Mobile billing, and it’s worth checking out if you are considering changing carriers (and with so many new phones on the horizon, now is a tempting time).
Your nomination for favorite Robin Williams role
It’s been a month since the world lost one of its greatest comedic minds, and now that we’ve all had time to process the death of Robin Williams, there’s never been a better time to highlight his storied career. Android Forums members have been discussing their favorite roles portrayed by Williams. My personal pick? Mrs. Doubtfire. This thread has actually existed since the news broke, but it’s worthy of all the attention it gets.
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