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We’re hiring! Join the AndroidGuys team for spring 2020

Are you looking to pick up a part-time job or test the waters of blogging? We might be able to help you out! We’re always expanding our staff and happy to field new candidates.

Are you passionate about Android apps and games? Do you have a deep knowledge of the mobile landscape? Can you articulate your opinion in written format? If so, we’d like to hear from you.

We offer competitive pay, reimbursement for app purchases or app licenses, and pride ourselves on the culture. It’s a fun environment where you can work at your own schedule, writing when the time fits your lifestyle.

Heads Up!

Applicants will need to be knowledgeable about Android in general terms and have experience with the platform. More importantly, they must possess strong writing skills and have a sincere desire to blog on a part-time basis.

Candidate must

  • Have a strong grasp of English
  • Be organized, motivated, and reliable
  • Be able to meet deadlines and adhere to schedules
  • Be able to take constructive criticism and advice
  • Be able to contribute an absolute minimum of two posts per week

Candidates will typically work within our system for a few weeks, getting the feel of things, and learning whether this is something they want to do. Our culture allows for writers who have jobs, school, and other obligations. As much as some candidates think they have the free time, it’s not uncommon to find that desire outweighs availability.

Depending on previous experience and abilities we may offer something immediately.

Current open positions

AndroidGuys is currently fielding applications for our news and rumor coverage. Candidates must be able to write industry-relevant news and rumors, and other related content in a timely manner.

While turnaround time from assignment to publication is a priority, quality of writing is equally important.

Topics will come from a variety of sources including editors, other staff, email, and RSS feeds. These are much more time-sensitive in nature and need to be turned over quickly. Goal volume level should be an average of 10 posts per week.

For more information, or to submit an application, please click here.

The Google Pixel 2 XL has changed how I take photos

I have loved photography ever since my grandfather got me into collecting old film cameras over a decade ago, but that love has never extended into mobile photography. For years, most of the photos you would find on my phone were of documents, notes, or something I wanted to remember for later. Sure, there were […]

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9 cases to protect your OnePlus 5T from accidents

The OnePlus 5T is an excellent smartphone, but not without its faults. For example, the back of the phone is quite slippery, which can be conducive to accidents. Fortunately, this is a problem that can easily be solved with the help of a protective case. In the case of the OnePlus 5T, you have plenty […]

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What we know so far: Samsung Galaxy S9 edition

The Galaxy S9 is Samsung’s next flagship, which is expected to launch in a few months’ time. It seems like it was only yesterday that the company unveiled the stunning Galaxy S8, but here we are preparing to receive the Galaxy S9. And while we wait for the big announcement, here’s an overview of what […]

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Smartphones trends: Mid-rangers in 2018

With companies constantly throwing new flagship models with sky-high specs and futuristic features at us, it’s easy to become overwhelmed. Especially when you check out the exorbitant price tag. But the question is: do we really need such a powerhouse to meet out daily requirements? More often than not, the answer is not really. We […]

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9 tech gifts that look a lot more expensive than they are

Buying gifts for your friends and family members can be a difficult task – and all too often we spend much more than we should on presents that just don’t hit the mark. And if you’re on a tight budget this year, gift buying can seem even more difficult than usual. But fortunately, there are […]

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Samsung Galaxy A8 (2018) vs LG G6 (Smartphone Showdown)

We’re not even in 2018, but this week Samsung already announced the Galaxy A8 (2018) and Galaxy A8+ (2018), which in theory are the successors of the Galaxy A5 (2017) and Galaxy A7 (2017). We say in theory, because the new phones seem to have reduced the gap between Samsung’s middle-range family and its flagship […]

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5 surreal indie games to try out this Christmas holiday

Christmas is upon us and naturally we’re all quite excited about spending time relaxing with friends and family, but also pursuing some of our hobbies. With a few days available to enjoy as we please, gamers will probably be looking for the best titles to play this holiday. But with so many games being available […]

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Web browse incognito with Goose VPN: 5-Year Subscription

Have you ever attempted to use Google Chrome’s Incognito Mode? When you use it for the first time, you’re tempted to think that you’re hiding your user data from others — until it tells you that your wireless internet provider and other parties can still “see” you. While it doesn’t leave a web browsing trail, […]

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Charge your phone wirelessly with the JS Wireless Charging Power Bank

Portable power for your smartphone on-the-go is a must these days, considering that few devices have solar charging capabilities and smartphones lose power significantly when encountering and switching cellular networks. A good Deal of the Day that’ll help you keep the music playing, your phone buzzing with notifications and text messages, and your web browsing […]

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