Win an Android File Host Premium Dev Account *Updated With Winners*

Win an Android File Host Premium Dev Account *Updated With Winners*

Frequent readers may be aware that we recently went through a breakup with Dev-Host. To celebrate moving on and new horizons, we have teamed up with Android File Host to give away a dozen one year premium dev accounts and a 2nd gen Chromecast!

Premium Devs accounts come with all these benefits:

  • No ads on the site
  • No wait time for downloads
  • Ability to set a preferred download mirror
  • Auto start downloads from your preferred mirror
  • (Coming Soon) Send files directly to your Dropbox or Google Drive
  • Access to all upload servers around the world
  • Ability to set custom URLs for files and folders
  • Auto import of FTP uploads
  • Import files from Dropbox (Google Drive Coming Soon)
  • Ability to set a preferred upload server
  • Send email notifications to followers when uploading new files
  • Post notifications to Twitter when uploading new files
  • RSS feeds for your files
  • (Coming Soon) Detailed Download Statistics Dashboard
  • More Features Coming Soon!

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chromecast 

These usually cost $39.99 per year but for a lucky 12 of our readers you can have them free! Now the competition is open to anyone, so no matter where you live feel free to enter and we will announce the winners on the 7th of December.

To win all you have to do is tweet your proudest moment from XDA using the hashtag #WhyIXDA. Simple!

And of course, don’t forget to drop by @androidfilehost and @xdadevelopers.

*Update*

The Winners of AFH Premium Dev accounts are:

  • @aro94
  • @fulmics
  • @_hhrokarci_
  • @CurseDXander
  • @iyoha_osaro
  • @shaunak96
  • @Shubham_killers
  • @arhamjamal
  • @deycallmegeo
  • @w1nt3rx
  • @samuelthebruce
  • @saem_sarguroh

And the winner of the 2nd gen Chromecast is:

  • @SynisterWolf

Congratulations to everyone who won, we’ll be in touch via Twitter!

 

 

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Mathew Bloomer
Mathew Bloomer

He fell in love with Android after buying a T-mobile G1 in 2008 and hasn't looked back since. He firmly believes the future of technology lies within bio-hacking and is an NFC implantee.