Don't Miss These Android Stories: April 22, 2016

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To wrap up the week at Droid Life, we just got done publishing our HTC 10 review and also sat down to discuss it on the DL Show. To say that we are impressed with HTC’s new phone is probably somewhat of an understatement. They did a pretty fantastic job all-around this year and deserve a slow clap.

Outside of that in-depth look, this week, we reflected on a month with the Galaxy S7 Edge, talked about the G5’s modules being a proof of concept, saw podcasts hit Google Play Music, and began playing Exploding Kittens obsessively. It was a fun week, though you can tell things are slowing as flagship releases pass and we await the arrival of Google I/O.

The week that was can be found below. Well, the highlights can. 

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