ANNOUNCEMENT Posts on XDA

Introducing the new and improved XDA TV – revisiting the Galaxy S3 with Android 12

There's no better way to start an announcement but with a confession: making videos is hard, and making good videos that people will eagerly watch is even more so. With those challenges in mind, XDA started its YouTube journey back in 2011, back when the platform itself was still figuring itself out. A few years...

Introducing XDA Forum Violation Passes: Stick it to the big man if you’ve got the dough [Update]

The XDA Forums have been the primary home to millions of members and numerous community projects. As we enter our 20th anniversary this year, it's time we address one of the biggest complaints that forum users have with the forums. We hear you: the XDA Forums have rules, and you don't like rules. And we'd...

XDA Awards — The Best Tech of 2021

Every year, we are treated to an incredible expanse of innovation across consumer technology, including but not limited to smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, laptops and PCs, and more. 2021 was a year of exciting developments, with many companies putting their best forward and coming out on top, and we as consumers could have not asked for...

XDA forums are open for the OPPO Find N, Moto Edge X30, Realme 8i, and Samsung Galaxy Tab A8

OPPO just announced the Find N, the company's first foldable phone to compete against the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. It's a compact foldable that opens up into a tablet and comes with high-end specifications. While the OPPO Find N is unique in its own way, Motorola announced the Moto Edge X30 last week making...

Introducing the XDA Computing Forums: Dedicated discussion zones for Hardware, Software, and more!

You might have noticed that recently, XDA has been publishing a lot of content around Windows, macOS, Chrome OS, and other computing topics. This hasn't been by mistake. We at XDA are really excited about Computing and today, we're launching the XDA Computing Forums. If you're a technology enthusiast, XDA is a place that you can...

An Update on XDA Labs

It was five years ago that we launched XDA Labs after hundreds of hours of development. The primary purpose was to create an alternate app distribution platform for developers that couldn’t host on Google Play. Labs had other features such as beta and alpha channels (before Google added the same to Google Play) to enable...

XDA-Developers is hiring a Full-Time News Writer based in India!

The XDA-Developers Portal team is always on the look-out for unique voices and talents. We have a diverse group of writers from different parts of the world with many different interests and specialties. Once again, we are looking to expand our team with a new Full-time News Writer for the Portal team (based in New...

A Summary of Google’s 101 Announcements at I/O 2017

The most anticipated event of the year for Android developers and Google fans is officially over. During the I/O 2017, Google announced many new features and improvements that should make their projects even better. Emily Wood, Google's Manager of Global Communication and Public Affairs, published a blog post with all 101 announcements that took place in...

Introducing Voices of XDA: Have Your Ideas Heard

By far the greatest assets we have at XDA-Developers are you, the developers, the eager to learn and the bold. Everyday we see innovation and brilliant ideas across the site, from this we know that many of you have great insight in to your respective fields. That is why today, I am honored to announce...