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Job Category:
Career Level:
Mid Career (2+ years of experience)
Job Type:
Full Time/Permanent
Company Name:
San Francisco

POPSUGAR and SHOPSTYLE, the ESPN for women’s online media, is looking add to our growing Mobile team!  As a part of the team you be helping to improve our existing suite of apps, including PopSugar MobilePopSugar Active and ShopStyle Mobile, as well as develop entirely new apps from the ground up!



  • Build and own the UI and application logic of our apps, using Objective-C and the iOS SDK
  • Engage in product design/review with team members, marketing, and partners.
  • Participate in product definition with other groups in the company and partners.


  • BS or MS in Computer Science or equivalent.
  • Very good understanding of Java and Android lifecycle, garbage collection and design patterns.• Strong understanding of OOP design principles (loose coupling, encapsulation, etc.)
  • At least/around 1-2 years of solid experience in the field of Android Development
  • You are able to communicate clearly, and keep us informed of progress, keeping to schedules and deadlines.
  • Demonstrable portfolio of Android apps you have worked on.
  • Experience targeting multiple Android devices, both phones and tablets, from multiple manufacturers and across all OS versions.
  • Experience with HTTP and REST web services
  • Experience debugging an Android app, including but not limited to DDMS, Traceview, and Draw9 debugging.

You should be:

  • A natural problem solver and is willing to take initiative.
  • Enjoy working in a team environment.
  • Eager to continue learning new technologies

We'd love it if you have:

  • Experience with Java or PHP web applications
  • Application performance tuning
  • An interest in analytics and A/B testing
  • Apps published to the App Store (this is more important than your resume!)


POPSUGAR is located in downtown San Francisco and was named to the "10 San Francisco Tech Companies You Wish You Worked For" by WIRED Magazine.