Tomek Kondrat · Mar 12, 2014 at 04:30 pm

Get Your Daily Dose of Gasoline with Autohub

We Android users also have many other hobbies aside from technology, rooting, and messing around with custom ROMs. Those of you who enjoy smelling fumes and burnt rubber might be in for a treat, as you can now combine these two hobbies with one app.

RSS is still the best way to get the information about things you like from many related sites. Not too long ago, we talked about an application that brings the latest Android news from news sites like here on the XDA Portal. Now, it’s time to stay up to date with all news about roaring motors and shining car paints. This is all thanks to XDA Senior Member Hondroid, who created a RSS reader for Android devices.

Autohub collects the latest news from sites like Autoblog, Hooniverse, Bring A Trailer, Car And Driver, CarBuzz, TopGear, /DRIVE, and Jay Leno’s Garage. You can get all the latest news and videos from these sites directly, and even be informed of changes with notifications directly on your device.

You can get the latest version by visiting the application thread, so go there with a speed of Bugatti Veyron and the class of the latest S class.


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