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Watch Dan Tyson’s guest appearance on TWiT’s All About Android podcast

For anyone who is into tech podcasts and isn’t aware of the TWiT network, you’re not looking hard enough. Led by Leo Laporte, the TWiT network are probably the biggest name in podcasting with shows such as The Tech Guy, Tech News Today, This Week in Google and of course All About Android (AAA).

It was the latter (AAA) that Dan was scheduled to visit and be a part of the live audience yesterday, but ended up at the round table accompanying the hosts Jason Howell and Ron Richard, with guests Phil Nickinson from Android Central and Michael Wolfson, a developer from Clear Token.

You can check out the show on and see the show notes if you’re keen to see what was discussed during the show before watching below.

Update: Make sure you vote for Plunder Bros from Aussie developer Andrew Dittmer from Appic Win in teh poll at

Did you watch live? Let us know what you thought of the differing opinions from the broadcasters

Phil Tann

Phil is an Android enthusiast who spends most of his time reading up on U.S. Android news so he can get the low down on what could possibly hit Australian shores. Coming from a background in IT & T sales, he’s in the perfect position to give an educated view on hardware and software.

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  • Awesome Photo Dan. I agree with your comments re just release everything internationally keep all of your google subjects happy.

    • HAH, Love it Phil!

      Join us on Ausdroid again once the dust settles post I/O mate - you're always welcome, you know that right? :)

  • Was surprised to hear while listening to the new AAA episode on the way into work this morning (after I adjusted the bass on my car stereo so that I could hear it.. Barry White, eat your heart out!)

  • My two favourite Android podcasts. Great to see you on there, Dan!

    Looking forward to your insight of I/O!


  • The Google Docs spreadsheet about each ep of AAA, is something Ausdroid should use for their podcasts.

  • Surprise, Tango failed to connect, well if you look there is no signal and it looks like a cellular service. Amazing it can't connect where there is no connection.

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