Sunday , September 23 2018 Ausdroid » Hardware » Mobiles » Vodafone launch an Android Hub

Finally, a carrier is really starting to push the Android Platform! Vodafone has just launched an ‘Android Hub’ to help consumers understand what Android is all about, as well as throwing in a few selling points. The Hub covers what Android is, the Android Market, benefits and Vodafone’s list of Android devices (link) which doesn’t appear to include the Nexus One, which we believe is dead & gone.

Source: Vodafone - Android Hub.

Buzz Moody  

11
Join the Ausdroid Conversation

avatar
7 Comment threads
4 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
7 Comment authors
Buzz MoodyCheeseAmosdawdleLemon Recent comment authors
  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Cheese
Guest
Cheese

I hope this coincides with a vodafone/3 blitzkrieg on the android market. Maybe a release of the SGS next month would be a good kick off

Amos
Guest
Amos

I just hope it performs better than their www site. Their www site is the slowest site I surfed to in years.

dawdle
Guest
dawdle
Buzz Moody
Guest

Identical, don’t know why they bothered making them separate.

Lemon
Guest
Lemon

Beaten! 😛

Harvz
Guest
Harvz

and that is a really bad photoshop job on the LG Optimus screen they have even taken the menu and back button out

Buzz Moody
Guest

Wow, they’re worse than me!

Wolfcat
Guest

nice idea…

but take for example

Google Shopper listed as one of the apps… but the app is uk/usa only. So perhaps a bit more local content would be a good way to start.

Buzz Moody
Guest

Just told the Vodafone Twitter peeps, nice find. I agree with the idea of a Aussie Developer section to push local development, it’ll be free apps only though 🙁

Buzz Moody
Guest

Check Also

Pixel 2 XL gets a $400 price cut at JB HiFi for a limited time

You can almost smell the Pixel 3 stock arriving with sales on the previous generation …