Best Android apps of 2012 according to Google
Google made the 2012 list of the best applications for Android , where to make the list were the conditions that have been released in 2012, or who have received a massive update this year has reached a ‘great combination of utility, beauty and accessibility ‘.
1. – Evernote (free)
Definitely an excellent productivity application. Evernote allows you to make notes adding audio clips and images, and sync immediately to all platforms where it is available Evernote (which even has a version for WebOS ).
2. – Pinterest (free)
3. – Grimm’s Snow White (U.S. $1.82)
The application tells the classic tale by the Brothers Grimm is the only list that Google is not free.
4. – Pocket (free)
Pocket is an application to read offline web pages that you save and synchronize content with phones, tablets and PCs.
5. – Expedia (free)
An application that seeks to help you organize your holiday and allowing showing you book airline flights and hotel rooms.
6. – Ancestry (free)
Ancestry is an application to create your family tree and search for your ancestors. The ideal application for those who love genealogy.
7. – Fancy (free)
It is an application to share and buy items. That.
8. – SeriesGuide Show Manager (Free)
The ideal application for fans of the TV series because you can keep a register of all the episodes you’ve seen in any television production.
9. – Pixlr Express (free)
It’s like Photoshop but for Android phones and user friendly.
10. – TED Conferences (free)
The TED Conference (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is the place where you can see amazing talks as the linguist Steven Pinker which demystifies the alleged increase in violence in the world in recent decades , cartoonist Scott McCloud or explaining the potential comics .
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