These are the best Android apps of 2012, in Google’s eyes


As 2012 draws to close, Google has listed out the best apps of the year on Google Play today. Featuring some of the best known names of the industry, the list includes the likes of Evernote, Pocket, and Pinterest.

You can find out the full list below and can download them using the links given at this google-play-best-apps

“These are some of the best apps available in Google Play. Some launched in 2012 while others issued updates that achieved a great combination of utility, beauty and accessibility. Almost all of them are available globally and offer a great user experience on both tablets and phones. From excellent tools to objects of beauty, each of these applications represents the best of Google Play,” Google Play team noted on the page.

  • Evernote: Note taking app
  • Pinterest: Official app of the social network
  • Grimm’s Snow White: Storybook
  • Pocket: Offline reader
  • Expedia Flights and Hotels: Travel app
  • Ancestry: Genealogy app
  • Fancy: Sharing app
  • Series Guide Show Manager: TV show guide
  • Pixlr Express: Photography app
  • Ted: Official app of Ted Talks

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2 thoughts on “These are the best Android apps of 2012, in Google’s eyes

    Justin

    (January 1, 2013 - 3:47 am)

    Not Need Android

    Parker

    (December 29, 2012 - 12:06 am)

    I use a ton of these, but there’s a bunch I haven’t even heard of that I’d like to check out. I have a basic notation app, but Evernote seems MUCH better. Ancestry is cool; I recently learned my great, great, great grandfather was from the same village in Ireland as the great, great, great grandfather of one of my coworkers here at DISH. Another of my favorite apps over the last year has been the DISH Remote Access app I picked up a while back. It lets me view both live and recorded TV off my home receiver from where ever I am, as long as I can get a 3G or wifi connection. It’s great for travelling, same as a lot of the apps you have listed.

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