Who We Are
Android Police is a blog dedicated to everything related to Android. We hope you enjoy our writing and subscribe to updates using the buttons on the right.
Our staff is constantly scouring the Internet for the latest Android news, sharing tips, tricks, tutorials, videos, and podcasts, reviewing devices, apps, and games, and keeping track of custom ROMs and hacks.
- Artem Russakovskii, Founder and wearer of all hats
- David Ruddock, Managing Editor
- Rita El Khoury, Managing Editor, Grammar Nazi
- Cody Toombs, Contributor and teardown specialist
- Corbin Davenport, Contributor
- Emilie Brezman, Video production manager
- Facundo Holzmeister, Video host
- Jacob Long, Contributor
- James Sanders, Contributor
- Jason Hahn, Contributor
- Jeff Beck, Contributor
- Jerome Ortega, Video host
- Jordan Palmer, Editor
- Martim Lobao, Contributor
- Matt Sholtz, Contributor
- Richard Gao, Contributor
- Ryan Whitwam, Senior Editor
- Ryne Hager, Editor
- Scott Scrivens, UK Editor
- Sebastiaan Bakker, Developer
- Zachary Anderson, Video host
If you think you’ve got the chops to write quality material for us, hurry up and head over here.
The site was founded in December 2009 by Artem Russakovskii – an avid Android supporter, software developer, sysadmin, and fan. It went live on March 23rd, 2010.
As of July 2016, AndroidPolice.com serves over 12 million monthly pageviews to over 4 million unique monthly visitors.
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We take the objective assessment of the products we receive for review extremely seriously. However, common practice in the technology product industry means that a minority of the products we review are sent as “samples.” This industry term means that sometimes a product is sent to us with no expectation that it be returned to the person or company requesting a review. This does not mean the review is “sponsored,” “paid,” or otherwise compensated – it just means we don’t need to send the product back. Rarely, if ever, are we explicitly told prior to reviewing a product that we do not need to return it. In general, we operate under the assumption that any product we review is something we would be required to send back. Personal objectivity is our highest goal as part of any product review, and we promise to always “call it like we see it.”