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The Stig Facts for Android
XDA member yeshaib presents “The Stig Facts” for your Android device. The Stig is a character in the British motoring television show Top Gear. It´s one of the first applications of random stig quotes and this application will be the base for the coming guides that include Android Development, Layout, Some Design, Database and more.
Please let us know what you think about it, you can get it for free in the usual place.
Originally posted by yeshaib
This is my first application so please give any comment you can share so I can improve my application.
The Stig is the Chuck Norris of the auto world
Just something about “The Stig”
The Stig is a character in the British motoring television show Top Gear. The character plays on the anonymity of racing drivers’ full-face helmets, with the running joke that nobody knows who, or indeed what, is inside the character’s racing suit.
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