Two new Verizon ads put spotlight on Android Market

Two new Verizon ads put spotlight on Android Market
When it comes to whetting the public's appetite for Android, nobody beats Verizon, After all, Big Red spent $100 million dollars on ads that caught the attention of the public and the result is that the Motorola DROID has become the most popular Android device, as we reported. The "DROID Does" phrase has become part of cellphone fans vocabulary, which tells you how powerful those spots were. Verizon is now rolling out a couple of new commercials designed to focus on some of the applications found in the Android Market. The first ad concentrates on Google's Sky Map while the second focuses on Slacker Radio. Verizon couldn't do new ads without taking its usual shot at the iPhone, so this time the latter's lack of support for multitasking has been written into one of the ads.

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source: DROIDDOG

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