Google has listed ten best Android apps that are excellent in terms of its utility, beauty and accessibility. This list does not contain any rating for these apps, also the listing has no chronological ordering…
All of these apps are available globally and represents best of Google Play with excellent, engaging user experience on multiple device sizes such as on phones and tablets.
Apps in this list are either launched in 2012 or have received a major, popular update in this year – securing their place in the list.
Let’s have a look & try them if you haven’t already. Note that, these are not the regular top rated apps list, these are handpicked by Google Play team from various signals.
Evernote has been very popular (on iOS too) organizer for doing many things such as taking notes, photos or even recording memos. This easy-to-use app also gives access to its content across multiple devices.
Pinterest has been the most-talked social media platform this year & all of us loved the way we can pin pictures & bookmarks on board yet share these with others. This app allows us to organize all of this on-the-go.
Grimm’s Snow White
The timeless classic Grimm’s Snow White’s interactive story-board comes in an award-winning pop-up fairy tales book for children.
Pocket is one of the most used offline reader (read-later), also allows site subscriptions and saving articles from paid websites. Pocket also syncs your content across phone, tablet and computer to allow reading from anywhere.
Expedia offers flights and hotels, anywhere & anytime with exclusive deals on hotels, flight tickets. Expedia also offers own reward points on bookings.
Ancestry is a genealogy app to build, update and show our family tree while explore more about our heritage. We can add, edit family members, upload their photos when we visit them & keep it growing.
Fancy is a combination of an online store, magazine and a wish list making it one of the best places to buy some amazing things. Its crowd-curated catalog helps us find the best places, good stuff and some crazy deals.
SeriesGuide is an interactive guide for watching your favourite TV shows, track its progress and share episodes info with your friends who love the same TV series. All the shows are displayed with Pacific Time (United States)
Pixlr Express (from the makers of Pixlr-o-matic) is my favourite Android app offers more than 600 image effects, borders and overlays to enhance pictures. Its built-in editor can let us resize, crop, and fix red-eye photos on-the-go. It’s probably the only app you will ever need for your mobile photographs.
Who isn’t known about TED? It’s been a fantastic resource to enjoy talks and lectures from world’s most fascinating gurus and pundits.
Well, the list is interesting considering the views of Google Play team but I wonder why not a single game was included in it!
What’s your thought on the list? Which apps do you think could have easily made into the best app of 2012 list but is not included by Google? Do share with us through comments…