Another week has passed, one of the last of the year, and it's time to take stock of what happened in the last 12 months, don't you think? Most of our readers think so, so we have articles talking about the Moto X as one of the main releases of the year, our vote for best smartphone of 2013 and the gallery of the best android games among the most read.
Also, our favorite operating system is still in the podium. With two updates in less than a week, Google managed to draw attention to its KitKat 4.4.1 and soon after 4.4.2. Finally, see what the Play Store and its latest update bring interesting to you. All in our Top 5!
Certainly 2013 was the year when more and better smartphones were put on the market. Earlier this year, Samsung and HTC announced their flagships, then it was Sony, LG and Google to introduce their superpowered Snapdragon 600 processor devices. In this race for the best smartphone post of 2013, which phone stays in the highest place of the podium? Here on AndroidPIT, you are the judge! And don't forget to justify your vote in the comments, combined?
It was not even a whole week after the first update of Android KitKat and the second is starting to be distributed. As always, Google has started upgrading to Android 4.4.2 KitKat with Nexus devices. The description of the new version closely resembles that of the previous update, and mentions camera enhancements: faster and more accurate focus, less shooting delay, better white balance for more faithful colors and more accurate exposures. And for those who have not seen it pass so quickly, here is the article of the arrival of Android 4.4.1 and its news.
It seems that Google has really entered the spirit of updates. After the announcement of the upgrade of Nexus devices to Android 4.4.1 KitKat, now comes news of a new version of the Google Play Store, to be distributed gradually. See what has changed in your favorite app store, such as an app's in-house purchase information.
2013 was full of interesting releases of Android games. Here we show public and critical highlights directly from the Google Play Store. For me, there are five winners: Plants vs. Zombies 2, Clash of Clans, FIFA 14, Dead Trigger 2 and Angry Birds Star Wars 2. And for you?