I'd like to say that PhoneDog is the one-stop shop for all things Android - and I'm doing my best to provide the information I can in my posts. However, there are some resources that are far too extensive to reproduce at our site, and it wouldn't show proper respect to the creators of such content. So, as I did with the rooting / modding resource page, I've decided to put together some links for Android fans - the newly converted and early adopters alike.
As I plan to do with the rooting post, I'll follow up whenever I have enough new resources or information to warrant another post. If you think I'm missing something, put it in the comments.
Scott Webster of Android Guys recently created Android Uploads. The site is in its infancy right now, but there is already a wealth of information there - including some of my own Android vids. Thanks, Scott! The idea is that users will be able to submit published videos - whether they made them or just found them on the net - and assign them to the appropriate category. Currently, the sections are Leaks & Rumors, Mods and Hacks, Podcasts, App reviews, Tutorials, and Walk-throughs.
If Google's own documentation leaves you wanting, or is too developer-centric for you, there's only one place to go: Android FAQ - brought to you by android-dls.com. Holy crap, that's a lot of information. Sure, there's plenty of sections for developers, but you can also find out where to get accessories, learn to unlock a G1, and check out the available extended batteries.
I can't say much about either of these because I haven't read them. But this blog post will give you an idea of what to expect (I hope). These are for developers, hackers, and other people who make my brain resemble tapioca in comparison. I figure if you're one of those folks, you already know where to find the best resources. But for those Android fans who are just starting out on the Path of the Programmer, this may be of use.
Feel free to let me know what I should include next time, or expand on/dispute my descriptions here in the comments. I know there are a lot of Android websites out there. I'm really not looking to list them all, so let's not use the comments for spam. If you think you have a comprehensive resource with original or diverse content, go ahead and link it.