Mobile Roar Podcast: LG G2 official, Apple loses tablet market share, Android Device Manager goes live


The Mobile Roar Podcast is the combined effort of WinSourcePhandroid, and iSource. It’s here we gather every week to discuss the latest going-ons in mobile, and share our unique opinions as fans of the various platforms.

In this week’s Mobile Roar Podcast, Kevin talks about the newly announced LG G2 and its game changing volume/power button location, Google (finally) releases their Android Device Manager to track down lost Android devices, Apple is offering a trade-up deal for 3rd party chargers to be swapped for the OEM Apple charger (took a fatality to motivate that). Plus, we give our Wins and Fails of the week.

Thanks for listening and don’t forget to send us your comments or questions to [email protected] where we’ll address them live on-air.

Joe Fedewa (@jayzeroeee) – WinSource.com
Chris Chavez (@GamerCore) – Phandroid.com
Kevin Krause (@youdontknowkev) – iSource.com

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Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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  1. Galaxy Note 8.0 is worth it. Pricey for some, but very worth the money.

    1. You have one? Any issues or anything you don’t like?

      1. Yup. Only thing I didn’t like was the price point at launch. Some people complained about the 720p, but that wasn’t a deal breaker cuz I can’t tell the difference on small devices. The spen is much better than on the note 2 and from my few comparisons with the note 10.1. Perfect device for business and personal use. The battery life doesn’t bother me as much as the complaints have been from some, since I have a backup battery charger with me all the time. I did have some issues with my first purchase having light leakage, but no issues with the replacement. Overall, it’s the perfect size and I actually like that it has a little bit more of a bezel for holding. It has also become my dedicated media player in my car.

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