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Re: Android alternative to ipod?
There isn't many dedicated MP3 playing devices like the iPod, but low cost phones work just as well.
I'd personally get the Moto G from Verizon. Only $99 off-contract and it is a great performing phone, unlike the majority of the other "low-end" phones that Android offers. Also has great battery life and will receive software support for longer than the other alternatives
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