Safety pin: These are the best applications for Android of the 2012, according to Google
The giant of the searches does not assign any special classification for the listing, reason why no of them assumes that it is considered better than the others. The majority of them is gratuitous, with a single exception.
Following the house tendency year end, Google wore for the first time this Thursday its own listing with best app of the 2012 that arrived at their Google Play store.
The rank of applications that probably everybody installed in its Android device and those that relatively they are not known for the public will grow, reason why potentially the users could use the list of Google to discover a new favorite application.
Google does not assign any special classification for these applications, reason why no of them assumes that it is considered better than the others. Some come in line from the stores for the device, whereas others correspond to services that many users use every day.
According to the giant of the searches, one is titles that obtained one great combination of utility, beauty and accessibility for the users.
The majority of them is gratuitous, with a single exception. In no order in particular, they are the best applications of the year here:
1. - Evernote
2. - Zappos
3. - Pinterest
4. - Grimm s Snow White (US$1,82 cost)
5. - Expedia
6. - Pocket
7. - Ancestry
8. - Fancy
9. - Mint.com Personal Finance
10. - SeriesGuide Show Manager
11. - Pixlr Express
12. - TED
He is not very surprising to see Evernote and Pinterest appear in the list, and Zappos is a clear option considering that seems to be pre-installed in almost all the Android devices.
It is good for seeing that applications as Pocket, Fancy, and express Pixlr secured a little meritted attention, and seems that Google has given a list that is very diverse.
But in spite of this diversity, it does not let see any game unless an interactive story book wants to count to Grimm s Snow White as one.
Source: The Dynamo. http://ow.ly/god35
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