Saturday, April 21, 2018
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Android Is Here at Last
Jacob Fattal, Publisher
The digital edition of U.S. Tech has been so well received by iPAD and iPHONE users that we are continuing to expand its availability elsewhere.

The digital edition is now available as an Android app through Google Play and Amazon. The two major providers of Android apps have approved our publication for distribution as a free download. As long as you have a tablet or phone with at least an ARMv7 processor with vector FPU, minimum 550MHz, OpenGL ES 2.0, H.264 and AAC HW decoders, running Android 2.2, 2.3, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, and 4.0, with 256MB of RAM and Android web browser, you too can read our pub anywhere, anytime.

In the Google Play world of apps, you will find U.S. Tech in the Business App section and Amazon list us as a Newspaper. What's up next? We are currently waiting to see if we can port to the Kindle Fire. If you know of an important and widely used app store other than these two, send an email to and we'll see what it takes to get listed.

And of course you can always view U.S. Tech in both our online edition and our digital edition on any PC running Windows® 7 or XP at

Also, please let us have your feedback. We'd like to know how you like the new free apps, how easy (or hard) it was to download, and how you like the content of our publication. We remain the largest ongoing print publication in the electronics manufacturing industry, and like the New York Times, we will continue in print hard copy for those many readers who like the look and feel of real paper in their hands. It is you, the reader who had made this all possible over the year. But you have to let us know how you think we're doing.  

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