Android Overload: Galaxy Camera and Note 2 Owners Will Receive 50GB of Free Dropbox Storage, Flash Player Back In UK Play Store, and More


Good evening, Phandroids. You’ve made it to another episode of the Android Overload. This is the place where we stash all of the Android, Google, and/or mobile related news that comes our way from throughout the day, but didn’t find itself featured on our front page. There’s almost always a little something here for everyone, so have a look around. I noticed the above image making the rounds across various social networks and despite the broken English, I thought it got the point across. Night everyone!

  • Motorola files patent to squeeze ads alongside your navigation. [USPTO]
  • Google closes TV advertising unit. Will focus efforts on digital and second-screen initiatives. [Multichannel]
  • Baconreader (an app for Reddit) gets UI overhaul in latest update. [Play Store]
  • Dropbox announces 50GB of free storage for Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Camera owners for 2 years. [PressRelease]
  • Adobe releases Flash back into the Google Play Store (in the UK). Limited time only. [BBC]
Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Love that picture…

  2. lol Samsung should use that picture in their new ads.

  3. That’s a nice pic…

  4. Where did that picture come from?

  5. did samsung file a patent for the galaxy camera? that’s a new concept right? or is there already something like that available? really innovative.. this is called innovation..

    1. Apple filed a patent for this years ago, Samsung is just continuing it’s legacy of infringement. #incrediblystupidcommentsthatifansthinkaretrue

  6. Haha! That case Samsung lost is only helping them! If both the phones look the same but the Android out performs and costs less, why NOT get an Android phone?

  7. Damn! That image IS a great ad!

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