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If you code Android or iOS apps, Engadget wants YOU!

Michael Gorman, @Numeson
October 28, 2015
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While the web is where most of Engadget's over 20 million monthly readers get their fix, we also bring the goods through our Android and iOS apps. That's why we're looking to hire two talented engineers in San Francisco who can help reinvent our apps and make them better than ever! You can get the full details of the position here, but know that experience in media is a huge plus, as you'll be collaborating extensively with Engadget's editorial team. These are full-time positions with generous benefits. If you think you'd be a good fit, drop us a note with your resumé and/or LinkedIn profile, a few work samples you're proud of, and a quick summary of why you think you'd be a great addition to our team. We look forward to hearing from you.

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