Droid Phone Tips, Tricks & Video Tutorials
You have found the website that offers Crisp, Clean, Easy to follow, Easy to learn tips, tricks and video tutorials on how to get the most out of your Droid Phone.
We know that some of you will learn best from a list of tips & tricks, while others learn best from reading a text tutorial or by watching short and concise video tutorials.
We offer you all of the above. From our many years of helping people use computers we have learned that there is more than one way to learn how to use technology, so we offer you your choice, all in one useful location: UseMyDroid.com
Droid Phone Info is Always Changing
We are always adding and improving our site’s content so check back often or look into the various ways we offer to stay connected (RSS Feeds, etc.) and to be alerted when we add or adjust our offerings. This site has started out free and we expect it to remain free. That is why we allow ads on the site. Please help us keep our content free to you.
Enjoy learning about your Droid!
Now a little about “us”…
The android platform operates a bit differently than a standard desktop or laptop computer. It’s motivated us to create some training materials. We hope you love your Droid as much as we do and that you find our tutorials, tips and tricks helpful.
The Mac Guy (Ronnie) has plenty of experience teaching people how to use technology. He traveled for 12 years all over the world training folks how to use various Adobe & other graphics software products. He started that gig a few years ago (around 1988! Anybody out there heard of PageMaker?) and has refined his skills at turning complex techno speak into easy to understand English for the masses.
If you are like most people you’ll appreciate his ability to take complex tasks and boil them down to easy to follow and remember steps that actually make sense.
The PC Girl (Dana) has spent years trying to make her word processing programs act like desktop publishing software. Well – all the way up until she met Ronnie in 2003, that is (anyone remember word processing pre-windows? Yikes!) She has worked in a myriad of industries, both in the for-profit and non-profit sectors. Her love of organization, interest in marketing and passion for arts & crafts make her teaching style both structured and interesting.