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Android Police a Twitch affiliate, Amazon Prime subscribers can support us for free

Wednesday, February 6th, 2019

We launched a Twitch channel last year as the new home of the Android Police Podcast. Since then, we've also launched a second weekly show, where we answer questions and discuss topics with live viewers. The Twitch channel is an affiliate, meaning you can support our live content with Twitch subscriptions - at no cost to yourself, if you have Amazon Prime.

For those of you not familiar with Twitch, you can follow a channel for free (you'll get alerts when it goes live), but you can also pay for a subscription.

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Android Police a Twitch affiliate, Amazon Prime subscribers can support us for free was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android Police is now a Twitch affiliate, Amazon Prime subscribers can support us for free

Sunday, December 23rd, 2018

We launched a Twitch channel earlier this year, designed to be the new home of the Android Police Podcast. Since then, we've started a second weekly show (on Tuesday nights), where we answer questions from live viewers. Now our Twitch channel is an affiliate, meaning you can support our live content with Twitch subscriptions - at no cost to yourself, if you have Amazon Prime.

For those of you not familiar with Twitch, you can follow a channel for free (you'll get alerts when it goes live), but you can also pay for a subscription.

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Android Police is now a Twitch affiliate, Amazon Prime subscribers can support us for free was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android Police is now a Twitch affiliate, Amazon Prime subscribers can support us for free

Friday, December 14th, 2018

We launched a Twitch channel earlier this year, designed to be the new home of the Android Police Podcast. Since then, we've started a second weekly show (on Tuesday nights), where we answer questions from live viewers. Now our Twitch channel is an affiliate, meaning you can support our live content with Twitch subscriptions - at no cost to yourself, if you have Amazon Prime.

For those of you not familiar with Twitch, you can follow a channel for free (you'll get alerts when it goes live), but you can also pay for a subscription.

Read More

Android Police is now a Twitch affiliate, Amazon Prime subscribers can support us for free was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android Police is now a Twitch affiliate, Amazon Prime subscribers can support us for free

Monday, November 5th, 2018

We launched a Twitch channel earlier this year, designed to be the new home of the Android Police Podcast. Since then, we've started a second weekly show (on Tuesday nights), where we answer questions from live viewers. Now our Twitch channel is an affiliate, meaning you can support our live content with Twitch subscriptions - at no cost to yourself, if you have Amazon Prime.

For those of you not familiar with Twitch, you can follow a channel for free (you'll get alerts when it goes live), but you can also pay for a subscription.

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Android Police is now a Twitch affiliate, Amazon Prime subscribers can support us for free was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android Police is now a Twitch affiliate, Amazon Prime subscribers can support us for free

Thursday, October 4th, 2018

We launched a Twitch channel earlier this year, designed to be the new home of the Android Police Podcast. Since then, we've started a second weekly show (on Tuesday nights), where we answer questions from live viewers. Now our Twitch channel is an affiliate, meaning you can support our live content with Twitch subscriptions - at no cost to yourself, if you have Amazon Prime.

For those of you not familiar with Twitch, you can follow a channel for free (you'll get alerts when it goes live), but you can also pay for a subscription.

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Android Police is now a Twitch affiliate, Amazon Prime subscribers can support us for free was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

YouTube starts suggesting you subscribe to channels you often watch on your homepage

Friday, April 27th, 2018

YouTube wants you to keep coming back for more. It's understandable for any service, but more so for one that capitalizes on you watching videos daily and finding more compelling and interesting content all the time. YouTube's homepage often guesses what you're interested in watching (and at least for me, it gets it right), combining new videos from channels you already subscribe to with videos similar to ones you've already seen and timely content you're likely interested in.

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