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Be road safe with the ‘ExoMount Touch’ Universal Car Mount

Statistics show that distracted driving is one of the leading causes of automobile accidents and nothing distracts drivers more than smartphones. That is why many jurisdictions either already have or are in the process of introducing legislation that makes it illegal to hold a smartphone or other mobile device while driving. Still, that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to put your calls on hold. Go hands-free with the the ‘ExoMount Touch’ Universal Car Mount and pay as little as $19.99 plus enjoy free shipping at Android Community Deals.

Last chance to enter The Chromebook Pixel Giveaway

You could win a brand new laptop computer if you enter The Chromebook Pixel Giveaway, brought to you by Android Community Deals, by Wednesday May 6. Google entered the portable computer market a few years ago by introducing the world to the Chromebook. The Chromebook runs on Google’s own Chrome operating system, boot up quickly, run quietly, and feature fast processing speeds. While the first Chromebooks relied on an internet connection to function, newer models - like the Pixel - are more offline friendly.

3-year VPN Unlimited promo ends Wednesday [DEALS]

Remember our little VPN deal from last month? Yes, the one that gave you the chance to protect yourself online for three years for nothing more than a one time $39 payment. Well, it's back with a vengeance but only for a limited time. Our offer of VPN Unlimited's service good for three years is now down to a low price of $20. But this time, you better make up your mind quick if you're grabbing this offer, as the deal ends and goes back to its regular price on Wednesday.

Android distribution for May shows Lollipop at almost 10%

Things seem to be looking up once again for the latest Android version. After a slight slowdown in the past month, Android Lollipop, which now covers 5.0 as well as 5.1, nearly doubles its numbers, cumulatively reaching almost 10 percent of the Android pie. This is definitely a good sign not only of adoption but also of helping reduce the extremely diverse Android versions in the market. That said, the major "shareholders", Jelly Bean and KitKat still hold sway, but they are all going down as well.

Learn from experts with an Interactive Coding Bootcamp [DEALS]

Are you an Android user who has been interested in dabbling in the arcane art that is programming? Or maybe you're already an app developer dreaming of spreading your wings into other but related ventures? You probably also thought that while self-taught is good, getting the insights of a live expert would be even better. If you find yourself nodding to any of these, then our latest deal might be to your taste. With this Interactive Coding Bootcamp, not only do you learn the ropes of back- and front-end software development, you'll even have access to instructors while doing so.

Level Up ! The Top 5 Games of April 2015

Another action packed month has passed in the Android world and it's time to bring you April's pick of addictive and fascinating games.With the arrival of Avengers: Age of Ultron on the big screen, you'd think that Marvel-ous titles would be our top pick for this month. Sadly, that isn't the case, though one new possible winner came a bit too late to the party. Nonetheless, April still had its fill of explosive games. In fact, they might be too many to mention all once. To help guide your attention, we bring our top 5 choices for April 2015.

Android Community Weekly Digest: May 2, 2015

April might be over, but the month definitely went out with a bang. And although a lot of things did happen in those 30 long days, we cannot deny the commanding presence of the LG G4, which was finally officially revealed after half a dozen teasers, which actually didn't leave much to be surprised about. What was slightly surprising, however, was Microsoft's revelation that it would let Android apps be built for Windows 10 phones, to some extent. These and more in your latest edition of Android Community's Weekly Digest, covering the period from April 27 to May 2, 2015.

April’s hottest Android Community Deals [DEALS]

It's the end of the month again, and it's time to take stock of what has happened in the past 30 days. It's also time to check if we have just enough left in our budget to see us through the coming month. But if you're still on the lookout for that savory mobile trinket without splurging too much, then have a look at what we have here for you. Save your dough on cool e-learning opportunities, tech gear, and services at Android Community Deals. Here are our top deals of April!

Get familiar with Android Studio and app development for free [DEALS]

Ever dreamed of writing your own Android app but didn't know where to start? Or were you confounded by all the steps needed just to get started? If you answered yes to any or both of these questions, then our latest free deal will be a dream come true for you. Yes, a free deal. Courtesy of Bitfountain, you can get started on the road to becoming an Android app development rockstar with this Bitfountain Android mini course that will introduce you to Android Studio and Android Lollipop.

LG G4 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 vs HTC One M9

Now that LG has finally unveiled the G4, all gloves are off in the 2015 flagship showdown. Unless, of course, you're still waiting for the non-Xperia Z4 coming from Sony later this year. But for now, it's time for the big three to face off in the mobile world. In one corner, we have the still premium-looking HTC One M9. In another corner sits the plastic-less Samsung Galaxy S6. And finally, the newcomer, the leather-backed LG G4. Which one will you root for and which one will you buy? As it turns out, it's a close call.
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