We welcome you at Androidista. Like the name suggests, me and my team are passionate about android OS-based devices and their intricacies. This is why we decided to conjure up a website and publish articles on various topics that’d help Android Smartphone Users like us.
We understand that there ARE reputed android blogs on the internet. We’re aware of NextPit (Formerly AndroidPit), Android Central, Android Police and others. My team and I idolize them.
This is one more reason we wanted to come up with our own website. I have a team of 5 (including me) who use, inspect, pick apart, and absolutely “LOVE” to write about everything Smartphones represent and Android OS. That includes reviews, How-To articles, Solving Problems, a thing or two about Android Apps, and of course… Gaming on Smartphone.
What Do We Want to Achieve?
I’ll be honest with you guys. Right now, we are a small team of enthusiasts. but we want to grow. Currently, we’re a bunch of problem solvers. We help people solve their android smartphone-related problems, review games, apps, and latest devices (smartphones, smartwatches… you name it). And believe us, we want to be consistent in doing that!
However, we don’t want to stop at that. Rather, we want to build a community involving our readers. We want to interact with people, get to know about their devices and interesting topics focused on tech.
Yes, we want to cover the latest buzz and be their when something big happens in the world of tech. But we want to go beyond being an average Android blog and be a brand.
How Objective Are We in Our Blog Posts?
One thing needs to be said upfront. We are the utmost honest when it comes to reviews, tutorials, and informative blog posts. We don’t rehash or cut-copy-paste articles from other blogs. Rather, we prefer to test things ourselves. However, we might end up using images from various sources.
Then again, we give credit to the source where it’s due. We just want to be transparent at what we do.
Obviously, we will stumble along the way. We are human, we make mistakes. But we own up to our faults and correct them. We urge our readers to correct us if they notice us going off the rails.
We don’t always look to profits. Rather, we focus on long-term goals and sustainability as a franchise.