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Enter the Choose Your Own Premium Android Giveaway

You could be the lucky person to win a new Android handset if you enter The Choose Your Own Premium Android Giveaway before 11:59 PST on June 10, 2015 at Android Community Deals. The winner of this contest will walk away with their choice of a brand new Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, an LG G4, or a Huawei P8. Though each device has their own set of distinct features, all three are considered flagship handsets that are head and shoulders above others.

Save 88% on Dripbit Online Backup: Lifetime Subscription [DEALS]

It’s a tough fact of life that hard drives crash. When they do they tend to take your files out with it. Important work documents, family photos, videos, contacts, and more can just disappear in the blink of an eye and, in most cases, they cannot be restored. That is why it’s so important to backup your files so that when your hard drive does eventually crash, you won’t lose all your stuff with it. Back up your computer and never lose a file again with a lifetime subscription to Dripbit Online Backup, just $54.99 at Android Community Deals.

Extreme Trio 10000mAh pack can juice up 3 devices at once [DEALS]

Until that perfect day when mobile batteries can last for days on a single charge, power will always be a problem and battery packs will always be in fashion. But with the growing number of devices a single person has, or even carries, at a time, small, single output packs are no longer enough. Enter the Extreme Trio. Not only does it have a large 10,000 mAh batter that a lot of packs boast of, it can actually charge up to three devices simultaneously. It even has a helpful LCD screen to boot.

ibVPN Total Plan nets your 4 years of protection [DEALS]

Here is yet another offer that will give you much needed protection and privacy on the Internet in this day and age of rampant spying and hacking. Not only that, you also get to access content normally outside of your reach, just because you're outside of their country. You get all the benefits of a VPN service for 4 years and for the fraction of the regular street price, courtesy of this ibVPN Total Plan, now available at only $59 from your friendly Android Community Deals.

Android Community Weekly Digest: May 10, 2015

The past days were definitely for the history books, with some rather controversial news. T-Mobile goes after Verizon. The HTC One M9 fails to bring in the cash. Google's Project Fi messing with Google Voice. And Cyanogen, Inc. might start looking a bit like the bad guy. Of course, it's not all bad news, as Android Lollipop jumps to almost 10 percent last month. And the LG Watch Urbane turns out to be a repair-friendly wearable. All of these in your latest edition of Android Community's Weekly Digest, covering the period from May 4 to May 10, 2015.

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.
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