Episode 125

On this week’s episode of The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss product reviews and how to use them during the purchase process, AdBlock launching an Android Browser, Android M’s alleged biometric security support, and a handful of new apps.

Show Notes:

[Episode 125, 35 minutes and 40 seconds, 34.2 MB]

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Episode 125

10 thoughts on “Episode 125

  1. rcadden says:

    Kinda jacked that you literally “blah blah blah”ed over my last comment. What the crap, dudes?

    Ok, I’m over it. Moving on.

    Confession: I listened intently to James’ “new apps” segment, waiting for him to wax poetically about TripCase, what with his latest travels and all, but nothing.

    On a more serious note – Nuzzel – awesome, though I find it hilarious that they offer to let you connect Facebook. What on earth would make you think I’d want a dedicated feed of the garbage links my friends share on Facebook? Absurd.

    MixRadio – seems cool, and I’m glad to see the team there working to buck the status quo of Spotify and Pandora, but I have a hard time building out a profile and trusting the service. Plus, the playlists that I often found were more…..mainstream than I’m usually hoping to find. It just didn’t really seem personal enough to me, nor does their future seem bright enough to justify me building a whole persona there. Just my $0.02.

    James – yes, amazing photo (and interested to hear that you create your “Five Things On Friday” images on your phone – will have to check out Over. Do you think you prefer this photo over your epic N86 photo? If I had to pick one, I’d have a hard time – the N86 one gains alot simply by being taken by the last great Nseries.

    1. Stefan Constantinescu says:

      Did I seriously “blah blah blah” over your comment?

      Didn’t mean to, Ricky. Apologies!

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