Since joining the community last year, Tekhira Francis has gone to several in-person events where she got to mingle with fellow Superfans.
Especially exciting was the invitation she and other Pixel Superfans received to attend the launch of
Francis says the most helpful part of being a Pixel Superfan is access to Google Pixel product team Q&As. During these sessions, she’s been able to share her questions and give feedback to Google staffers responsible for designing
And it doesn’t hurt that Francis has also gotten some great limited-edition Pixel gear. “The Pixel swag is super cool,” Francis admits. She’s usually repping Pixel in some way, whether it’s wearing Pixel socks or rocking an exclusive tote bag.
Stephen Duke, a committed Google Pixel user, is always ready to talk about the latest phone,
At exclusive live and virtual events, Duke had a chance to talk more with other fans, learn about
For Mike Wallach, being a Superfan is a way to show off how much he loves his Pixel devices. Wallach – whose friends call him Wally – says the dedicated group helps him feel like he belongs. “It’s important to have this community,” Wallach says.
Through the Superfans group, Wallach bonded with other members by watching Google events, like the annual Google I/O. And he especially likes the giveaways and discounts that Google offers exclusively for Superfans. These experiences help him feel like his support is being rewarded, and like he shares something with other fans. “The giveaways help us feel appreciated,” Wallach says.
Of course, being a Superfan is not just about bragging rights. Members of the community know they can count on each other to help out when they have a question, or just want to chat about the latest Pixel-related news. Francis says she spends a lot of time hanging around the community, trying to learn about new features and sharing her wisdom with others.
By talking with other Superfans, Wallach has learned new tricks for getting the most from his Pixel 6 Pro and
Superfans have helped Duke troubleshoot tech issues and find out about new Google Pixel Feature Drops, automatic software updates that send new features, tricks, and apps right to your phone. “We’re here to help each other out and share tips and tricks that get us excited,” Duke says. “I like to think Superfans have each other’s backs.”
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Tekhira Francis, Stephen Duke, and Mike Wallach are members of Pixel Superfans, Google’s community for people who love Pixel products. Superfans gain access to private events, exclusive Q&As with product and engineering teams, limited-edition merchandise, and other surprise perks.
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