The latest stuff for your Android device -- There's an app for that
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The latest stuff for your Android device — There’s an app for that

This is one of thousands of articles published every day about smartphones, tablets, eReaders, and any other kind of gadgets. The problem is that you only really care about news related to the devices you actually own. So how do you filter out all of the latest stuff you don’t really care about? That’s where Drippler come in.

Drippler helps you make the most of your smartphones and tablets! Drippler’s mobile app automatically detects the device it’s running on and keeps you updated with personalized usage tips, software updates, app recommendations, accessory reviews, and more: It pulls news, tips, and app reviews and recommendations from all over the web and puts them all in one place, but only for the devices you want to read about. You tell it what you have (and want), and it aggregates all of the recent stories that are relevant to you.

You can browse the most recent or and popular articles about your device without being bothered by ads..that is thanks to the “Offers” section where you will find device specific ads for products that may interest you.. You can also log in to the website, where you can create multiple “Drips” for all of the different devices you own or are on your wish list.

Drippler is a must have app for any Android device owner. It is a free download from the Google Play Store. Maybe one day there will be an iOS app. 🙂


Bob Benedetti

Former RCAF Fighter Pilot Bob worked for CTV Montreal as a Reporter, Producer and Executive producer for 35 years retiring in 2004. Bob started reporting on personal technology in 1995 at CTV and continues today at Home Technology Montreal

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