orb3000 · Feb 14, 2011 at 03:00 pm

Google’s Androidify, Get Your Avatar

XDA member antz88c let us know about a new feature by Google: Androidify. According to the download site, this app lets you take the little green Android, and turn it into yourself, your friends, your family, anyone! Just like the Android platform is open, the Android robot can now be freely customized.”
Previously, we had seen the WP7 avatars and now on Android, so now the virtualization has began!.
You can find the application for free on the Market.

Originally posted by antz88c
Google’s Androidify

Androidify yourself

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Androidify yourself by customizing the little green Android as yourself, your family, your friends, anyone! Stretch it , shrink it, add a hoody, style its hair, throw on some shades, or even give it a parrot and a pirate hat. Arrrgh!
Once you’ve personalized your Android, share it with your friends, set it as a photo in your contact book, or use it in some inventive way we haven’t thought of yet. Have fun, and we can’t wait to see what you come up with!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irH3OSOskcE&hd=1

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