We've got a bunch of great ways to keep up with the latest from Android Central on your smartphone, tablet or computer — above and beyond visiting a web page in a browser.
Here's a look at our available downloads:
We've got a trio of apps available, each serving a different purpose.
The Android Central App
The official app for the No. 1 Android community on the planet! This is your home to the latest news, reviews, opinions, editorial, podcasts — plus our podcasts, videos, access to our forums, wallpaper gallery and more! Installed by more than 100,000 Android fans!
AC Forums App
If you're looking for a more dedicated Tapatalk experience for the Android Central Forums, this is the the app for you. Installed by nearly 100,000 AC Forums users, you get access to all our forums, private messages and contests.
Google announced its news magazine-style app in December 2011, and Android Central was graciously invited to be one of the launch-day partners. We've garnered nearly 1 million subscriptions, making us the largest Android site in the library.
If you're looking for a quick and easy way to check out the latest headlines for Android Central give our Chrome extension a shot. One click gets you the news. And one more click gets you a look at our various news sections. It's a great way to keep up with latest news from the greatest Android site around. Download it from the Chrome Web Store!
Free Android wallpapers
Our readers love Android wallpapers — and they love sharing their favorite wallpapers. That's why we created our reader-submitted wallpaper gallery. This is where you can find the coolest wallpapers as used by people who actually love wallpapers. New wallpapers are uploaded every day! Check out the wallpaper gallery!
The Android Central Pebble watch face
Have a Pebble smart watch? Want to trick it out with the best-looking Android mascot around? Now you can. We've got our very own Lloyd baked into a watch face, ready for immediate downloading. Get the Android Central Pebble watch face!
Android Central on Google Glass
Google Glass now supports IFTTT, which means you can now shoot notifications on over via RSS feeds. So, of course, we've done that.
Click here for our IFTTT recipe to get Android Central Stories directly in Google Glass.