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Andrew Grush

Andrew is one of the three Managing Editors of Android Authority, primarily responsible for the overseeing of US team of writers, in addition to several other projects such as VR Source and more. He loves tech, gaming, his family, and good conversations with like-minded folks.

Andrew's Posts

BLU Life One X2 Mini arrives offering Snapdragon 430 and 4GB RAM for sub-$200

In contrast with what you'd expect, the new BLU Life One X2 Mini is actually more expensive and slightly more powerful than its bigger brother.
by Andrew Grush5 days ago4

Best Chromebooks (March 2017)

Join us as we give you a list of what we feel are the best Chromebooks currently available.
by Andrew Grush1 week ago43

Google-backed Supersonic Fun Voice Messenger hits Play Store

Just yesterday Google unveiled the very first app produced as part of its Google Area 120 incubator, but only for iOS. Supersonic Fun Voice Messenger is the second app from the ...
by Andrew Grush1 week ago11

OPPO F3 Plus to launch March 23, sporting dual selfie camera

Last week OPPO confirmed to us that the OPPO F3 and F3 Plus were on their way. Now we have official word that the F3 Plus will debut on March 23rd.
by Andrew Grush1 week ago1
 
 

Pandora Premium aims to compete with Spotify and Apple Music

As expected, Pandora is finally debuting its own on demand streaming option dubbed Pandora Premium, for $9.99 a month.
by Andrew Grush1 week ago11

Don’t want Assistant? You can still use Now on Tap instead, even on the Pixel

Not impressed with Google Assistant, and would rather keep Now on Tap for whatever reason? At least for now, that’s totally possible with an easy ‘hack’.
by Andrew Grush2 weeks ago47

Renault announces its full support for Android Auto

French auto maker Renault has announced full support for the Android Auto platform.
by Andrew Grush2 weeks ago2

Facebook Messenger’s Snapchat-like feature is going global

This page keeps you up-to-date with all the latest Facebook Messenger update news: what's new, what it means and what you need to know.
by Andrew Grush2 weeks ago14

Google further explains Pixel and Pixel XL microphone issues

Via its support forums, Google has confirmed that for some Pixel and Pixel XL owners, their microphone issues may be deeper than just software.
by Andrew Grush2 weeks ago74

Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro now up for pre-order in China

Remember the C7 Pro? The Galaxy C5 Pro is essentially a smaller version of that phone, packing the same overall design and specs.
by Andrew Grush2 weeks ago3
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