About Alvin Wanjala
Alvin Wanjala is a Senior Writer?for Android at MakeUseOf and a software developer. As an avid Android user who fell in love with the ecosystem after getting his first device in 2013, he focuses on helping users get the most out of their devices. But being a?tech enthusiast who uses multiple platforms daily, he also covers?iOS, Mac, Social Media, and other topics in the wide spectrum of consumer technology.
Alvin started writing in 2018 on his personal tech blog and professionally in 2019 at TechTrendsKE, where he covered general technology news and product reviews. Since then, his work has been featured on XDA Developers and several other technology websites.
Aside from writing, he's pursuing a second degree in IT, focusing on software development.
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