Some Android smartphones are used as babysitters for children and now for the cold-blooded members of the family such as frogs and dragons.
The Android touchscreens react to the touch of both reptile and amphibian tongues. In these tongue-in-cheek videos, a bearded dragon lizard and an African bullfrog play the Ant Smasher game.
The frog and dragon tongues are as accurate as a human finger on the touchscreen. The lizard prefers the HTC Inspire, while we can't tell what the make and model of the frog's favorite Android is.
Like many humans, the frog doesn't know when to stop playing. Android has been known to have some bugs that make people antsy. Now there's a positive aspect of Android bugs namely, ants.
Now that most of the U.S. population already own smartphones, the next big marketing push maybe for cold-blooded animals.
We suggest that before buying a smartphone for your pet that you learn about the best top smartphones of the year.