Listen to That Android Show Episode 24: Jeff Bezos’s Kidneystone

The polar Vortex doesn’t just bring cold, ice and snow. It also brings missing hosts and the happy return of our very first Developer interviewed on our very first independent show away from the, now called SeroSpectives, Tech Chats we did in the days of 1.6. Ah the memories. And what fantastic ones we will have with the cool games we demo in this latest episode!

In The News:

Android was featured twice on SPN’s This Year In A T

And check out “Triple Click Home” host Buddy Brannan talking about Android on the Kindle in his review of the HDX

Why the Kindle Fire HDX is a far better tablet than the iPad

Nest’s CEO Tony Fadell explains why he teamed up with Google: it’s about infrastructure

Why Nest will be bigger for Google than Android

Former Nest fans return their thermostats after Google acquisition

Leveling the Android Playing Field with the EqualEyes Launcher and Suite of Accessible Smartphone Apps

Tipa Reader, accessible document reading app released

Google Play Services 4.1 Released

Slow Down: Why Fast Android Updates Don’t Matter Anymore – Lifehacker

Motorola offers free Chromecast with off-contract Moto X purchase

“Google Glass for the Visually Impaired,” and episode from the Eyes on Success podcast

Putting Windows and Android on the same PC doesn’t solve anyone’s problems

Developer Spotlight: Ananse Productions

We sit down with the man behind the Stems and the Stacks, Mr. Kwasi Mensah, and talk about how things have changed over the past 23 episodes of our show for him and his games. He talks about the challenges of developing on Android, iOS, VoiceOver and TtalkBack. Plus, we hit him up for tips on the newly released SpellStack. Find more info about it, and the awesome Stem Stumper, at the Ananse Productions website.

Need help with your stacking? Check out the Player’s Guide for SpellStack

If you need more help, check out these recently posted YouTube links for the game;

Tutorial Walkthrough

Advanced Tutorial Walkthrough

And you can always email Support for more assistance at

Contacting the Team

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Thanks for listening!