Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 26 Aug 2015 9:22 pm
I've spent the last hour or so seeing what Moto Maker will allow in the custom engraving box when you order a new Moto G. As you would expect, there's some censorship there, and that's probably a good thing. What's not such a good thing is how incomplete it all is.
Motorola is now taking orders of the Moto X Play from customers in the UK through its Moto Maker service, with prices starting at £279 for a custom 16GB version. The Moto X Play was announced during Motorola's July event, and will be the little brother to the Moto X Style, but won't make its way to the US.
Take one of the best mid-range Android phones ever in the Moto G, add in one of the most-loved options from Motorola with Moto Maker for the Moto X, and combine the two together to make a lot of people happy.
Some designers of popular products may scoff, but the ability to easily customize the looks of your new phone has proven to be a popular idea. We, as well as most people who have used it...
Chinese buyers will get the chance to customize their own Moto X, as Moto Maker lands in China.
The move was announced by Motorola's parent company Lenovo, at its TechWorld event in Beijing today. The new Chinese Moto Maker is available now at motomaker.cn, where prices for custom Moto Xs start at ¥2,799 ($451). Like its Western counterpart, China's Moto Maker will allow customers to change...
Motorola has updated its Moto Maker website to support its use for the Moto 360 smartwatch for the first time, allowing buyers to choose from a selection of case finishes, bands and watch faces.
The company first announced its plans to add Moto Maker support for the Moto 360 a few weeks ago. While the customization features for the Moto 360 are not as extensive as those available for the Moto...
Motorola President Rick Osterloh disagrees with Apple designer Jony Ive's criticism of the Moto Maker phone customization program. In a recent profile of Ive, the designer sharply criticized an unnamed competitor that allowed customers to "make it whatever you want," saying that that "I believe that's abdicating your responsibility as a designer." Osterloh wasn't about to take that sitting down...
Posted by Harish Jonnalagadda on 26 Nov 2014 3:57 am
Motorola's Moto Maker is a great way to customize the Moto X just the way you want it. The latest commercial for the device highlights the fact that you can choose from several back options, colors and accents, along with a custom engraving at the back. And lest you forget, Motorola announced its Cyber Monday deal today, through which you can get the 2014 Moto X for just $359.
The 2014 Moto X is now available in the United Kingdom, along with the Moto Maker customization site, a first for the UK. The phone is available directly from Motorola with 16GB of storage for £419.99, or 32GB for £459.99. A carrier SIM card must be purchased separately.
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 16 Sep 2014 4:00 pm
With today's pre-order-slash-release of the AT&T and unlocked "Pure" edition of the new Moto X 2014, we know that a lot of us are going to be making great looking designs for our new phones. So wood. Much leather.
The forums is a great place to share yours, as well as see what other like-minded people are doing. Even if you didn't order, feel free to get creative and show off your best...
The Moto Maker online customization feature for Motorola's Moto X smartphone is now available in Germany for the first time, allowing residents in that part of the world a way to customize the look of the Android smartphone before they receive it.
Sale will expand to 'more devices' when it comes back
Update: Motorola CEO Dennis Woodside released a formal apology on the company blog, which also gave us a bit more clarity on the situation. Not only did he explain in more detail why the site went down, he also provided more information on the new sales.
The same $349 Moto Maker Moto X deal will go live at noon ET on Wednesday, December 4th...