Welcome to, a dedicated droid-blog that originates from the deserts of Rajasthan, India.

Well, we are a bunch of avid Android lovers from India, with an aim to provide you news on Android updates, phones and tablets, and occasional round-up pieces on Apps and Games.

As an Indian, we can totally relate to Android, which is a mix of vast majority of OEMs and carriers joining hands together, just like our own country is made up of so many religions and cultures, coming together to become the largest democracy in the world.

Android, for us, is life! Well, not just because we love it too much, but also because we think of Android as a route which introduced the Indian masses to real smartphone tech in a way only Google-backed OS could do.

Why? Well, when buying power isn’t your country’s strongest suit, you simply can’t rely on a certain firm from Cupertino to reach out to masses with required product differentiation, especially when they pray this philosophy: One phone, one carrier and one man in-charge. Some reference here is deserving. Vic Gundotra from 2010 I/O: “If Google didn’t act, it faced a draconian future where one man, one phone, one carrier were our choice. That’s a future we don’t want.”

We have been in the business for a long time now, having started back in June, 2010. Even though we have had our ups and downs, we feel fairly privileged to earn our bread writing Android stories day-in day-out. Gladly enough, we have been covered by many, many awesome tech publications out there — TheVerge, GSMarena, Phonearena, Gizmodo, AndroidPolice, VentureBeat, SearchEngineLand, etc. to name some.

We try our best to provide Indian Android fans an opportunity to write on their beloved OS by letting them work with us, as we believe Indians can contribute much better on Tech to the world than they currently do.

TheAndroidSoul Team

Kapil Malani

Kapil still loves his Galaxy S2 i9100! No, really. And Galaxy Nexus! Need we say more what kind of guy he is? And he’s also a die-hard Liverpool FC fan, and co-founder of this blog.


Shivam Malani

Shivam is our other co-founder, resident designer and web developer who also enjoys writing. He loves to meditate, drive on the freeways and hunt for snipers during his Call Of Duty playtime.


Nuzhat Nasreen

Nuzhat is a day-dreamer with imaginations running sky-high. Her love for tech is a recent one which she is still unwrapping and trying to decipher. Once a news-savvy journalist, she is now a tech-savvy author.


Teffy Sam

Teffy Sam is an avid tech enthusiast. Pro Android and Windows fanboy. Anime otaku to the core. Natural philosopher by day, amateur Astronomer by night. Footballer and virtually unbeatable at Table Tennis.


Sid Suvarna

Loves tech, cars, motorbikes, travelling and cranberry juice. Doesn’t hate anything, neutral during an iOS vs Android or iPhone vs other Android phone battle.


We would love to hear what you got to say about our blog, and its content. Your views are most welcome, and we await them at our admin ID (admin AT But if it’s about advertisement queries, help or support, or simply a news tip, kindly hit us using our contact page.

Comment (9)

    Vijil Jain
    March 5, 2011 - 12:36 AM

    Well frst of all, I congratulate you and shivam for your website. I visited it first time today. Really liked it. It feels good when someone your known do something out of the track. I read some of the articles found them interesting. I would love to suggest something lateron.

    Wish u success..!!

      March 5, 2011 - 1:00 AM


      I’m Glad you like our work!

      Ya, you can suggest stuff to us anytime — we value it very highly and try every bit of its practical implication.

      BTW, receiving a good word from person you know, for a different work, feels too good too — vice versa, you know.

      Thnx again!

      P.S. I think it’s time we updated our “About Us” page — making it more informing, interesting and prolific!

    March 27, 2011 - 2:56 PM

    is xperia arc is the best upcoming phone for android user

      March 27, 2011 - 6:21 PM

      Specs-wise Galaxy S II is unbeatable. But if greater Looks is what you want, nothing bests the Xperia Arc. BTW, the earthquake in Japan means Arc could be delayed due to disruption there. And, No definite word available right now on pricing and release date.

      I think you’re gonna purchase Arc anyway, as and when it launches, right?

        August 10, 2011 - 8:46 AM

        CAn i install xrecovery in x10 mini pro

          August 10, 2011 - 9:01 AM

          Hello there, I think there is a hack for that. Would be tricky, you wanna try that? BTW, your name sounds cool, where are you from?

    April 16, 2011 - 10:05 PM

    when u write about xperia arc & xperia x10 , please tell me can i up grade by xperia arc to x10

    karan mishra
    August 7, 2011 - 7:47 AM

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    August 23, 2011 - 10:19 PM

    Hi, ni would like too thank you 4 a great webpage…. it helped me a lot… installing the new firmware to my galaxy S2.

    The videos are very helpful and you understand everything and how to do step by step…
    The only thing i would like… is the Swype with Swedish language… how can i install it with out downloading another APP from android market. 
    I will recomend this site! 🙂

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