It's June and that means the beginning of summer, but also Pride Month. That means celebrations and parades to support an awesome community. However, what if you're a huge Android fan and want to show off both your Pride and Android fandom? These shirts will let you do both and the best part is that you can show off your excitement all year round.
Androids with Pride
Google Android Pride Shirt
Way back in 2010, some new shirts started appearing with two Android figures holding hands along with one holding a Pride flag. This shirt made its way into a few parades and has become a staple for those looking to support Google, Android, and Pride. You can easily get one of these for yourself now and show off everything that you love and support.
Straight and to the point
Rainbow Android Classic Shirt
Plain and simple wins the race most of the time, and that's what you get with this Rainbow Android shirt. There's a nice and large logo in the center of the shirt, and it comes in sizes starting with Small and going up to 3XL. Plus, if you want something for the winter, you can even get it in a pullover sweatshirt or long sleeve t-shirt.
The crossover we deserve
Android 77-98 Logo Shirt
It's not often that we see an Android/Apple cross-over but that's exactly what we're getting with this 77-98 Android shirt. The Android logo has been readapted and inspired to look like the rainbow Apple logo from 1977–1998. It'll look awesome wherever you wear it.
T-Rex for the win
Google Chrome Rainbox T-Rex Tank-top
If you're a fan of Android and Chrome, then chances are you have seen the awesome T-Rex game that appears when your connection is offline. This Tank-top not only lets you show off that cute T-Rex but also can show off your Pride with the color scheme.
Party like it's 2012
Gay Pride Android Ghost T-Shirt
This may seem a bit off-keel at first glance — unless you are a diehard Android fanboy or fangirl. This is the ghost emoji that began appearing on Android with the release of Jelly Bean and stuck around until it was replaced with Android Marshmallow a few years later.
Enjoy the nostalgia
Android Lollipop T-Shirt
Android 5.0 Lollipop was one of the biggest releases ever for Google and was a favorite for quite a few users. Fans of nostalgia will enjoy showing off this unique and awesome Lollipop-inspired t-shirt complete with the Pride colors. Plus, if you don't want the plain black background, there are 30 different colors to choose from along with sizes ranging from Small to 6XL.
Google Eco Tee
This may not be exactly Pride or Android-themed, but the good ole' Google logo t-shirt still gives you a few different colors of the rainbow. Plus, it comes straight from Google so you can enjoy having something branded and made by the company itself.
Lightweight and fun
Google Lightweight Crew Sweatshirt
Those who want something fun and Google-y while sharing their love will definitely want this Crew Sweatshirt from Google. It's lightweight while offering a design that you will only find from Google, and it comes in an array of different sizes.
Batteries full of love
Rainbow Battery Classic
Everyone worries about when their batteries will run out, but with this Rainbow Battery shirt, you can show off that your love for the LGBTQ+ community never dies out. The shirt is available in a wide variety of sizes, and you can choose to have the logo printed on the front or the back.
Show off your Pride and love for Android
This is a great time of the year to show off your support of the LGBT+ community, but you can do so by also showing off your love for Android. Our favorite pick is the Google Android Pride shirt, especially since Google used to sell this a few years back. But there's just something about that T-Rex shirt that makes me feel happy just looking at it.
Even though Google doesn't sell the regular Android Pride shirt anymore, it's still a great pick since it will kick up the nostalgia from years past. The T-Rex shirt is absolutely phenomenal despite not being just dedicated to Android, especially for those who love playing the T-Rex game found in Chrome when you don't have an internet connection.
Andrew Myrick is a Senior Editor at Android Central. He enjoys everything to do with technology, including tablets, smartphones, and everything in between. Perhaps his favorite past-time is collecting different headphones, even if they all end up in the same drawer.
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