Rest & Rejuvenate!

Hello everyone! The Android Guide is back on business after a long break! We apologize for the break as there have been many developments, and we were trying to see how we can move everything forward. Upcoming news… A launch on the 16 September… Stay tuned!


Sponsored Video: GALAXY Note 8.0 – “The Creative Process” with Illustrator Andrew Park

I am sure you had faced the following scenario during many occasions: As you are walking along the street, the park, or a shopping mall, and there’s an Eureka! moment which you would want to jot/draw/sketch it down, fearing that you might forget the idea later. You start to find a writing material frenetically, and when […]


Xperia Z Handset review : A confession from a non-Xperia user

First and foremost, I have to admit, I am a HTC & Samsung follower in terms of Android smartphones all these years, although I would prefer the stock vanilla models (Nexus One, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4) to the handset specific models due to the fact that the former has faster OS updates and lack of […]


Sponsored Video: [GALAXY Note II] Bill Schwab on designing characters for Wreck-it Ralph

Do you recall the Disney Movie of the Year 2012, Wreck-it Ralph? I was waiting for the animated feature since I saw the trailer, where it showcase many of my favorite childhood game character, such as Sonic the Hedgehog (which is now available on Google Play!), Street Fighter and stuff. The movie is about Wreck-It Ralph, is […]


Sponsored Video: Samsung presents… Galaxy NOTE II

When Samsung Galaxy Note launched in 2011, there were skeptics and nay-sayers that questioned whether the 5.3 inch “phablet” will be a success. Afterall, who will be in the right mind to carry such a huge phone around? However, the market forces had proven these skeptics and nay-sayers wrong. More than 10 million devices has been […]


Sponsored Video: [GALAXY Note 10.1] A new way to learn with Institute of Play

The Institute of Play is a non-profit design studio founded in 2007 in New York City, and consists of a team of designers and learning practitioners. Their mission is to promote game design, games and gaming as a model tool to enhance personal and social development, in particular learning in secondary school students. With this […]