Yes I know. It was on the HBO back before my life was over.
Tried this out for a while and noticed problems, particularly with Instagram. Some of my ad-supported apps got barfy, and I couldn't get updates to install. Also, didn't notice any fewer ads when browsing.It was banned from the Play Store, but device-wide Adblock+ is available for Android Devices in the Amazon App Store. Some people say it causes problems with some other apps, but I haven't observed any issues yet on the devices where I've tried it.
It does not require root and I've been using it on my GS4 for a couple weeks now. I find it particularly helpful with the Android default web browser. It does not seem to prevent ads on Youtube.
Google Drive dropped it's prices today. Storage plans now cost 1/3rd what they did until this morning. 100GB plans are now $24/year.
I'm liking this news. I'm going to explore if they have a decent Linux client. I have some ideas to use with this. I'll be curious to see what dropbox might do with with their pricing. They're now significantly more expensive.
Towelroot is apparently a universal Android Root tool. It uses a Linux kernel vulnerability, so there's no mucking around with boot loaders. Probably not the best news for overall Android security, but it's convenient.