These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

You already saw Apple's selection for best apps of the year 2012—which were kind of crappy and ridiculous. Here's Google's own list of best apps for Android. It's not much better than Apple's. Check them out and tell us what you think in the comments.

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These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

1. Zappos, because buying shoes online is fun. [Install]

These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

2. Evernote is not bad at all, though. [Install]

These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

3. Pinterest is nice too. For the ladiez says Gingerman. [Install]

These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

4. Grimm's Snow White story book? I guess. [Buy for $1.99]

These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

5. Pocket is worth it, if you are subscribed to paid news sites. [Install]

These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

6. Expedia app is kind of OK. Ish. [Expedia]

These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

7. Ancestry, because people never get tired of tracing their genes back to badass Genghis Khan. That mother. [Install]

These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

8. Fancy is one of my favorite sites and the app is not bad either. [Install]

These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

9. Mint is always an awesome way to see how you spent all the money you didn't have in the first place. [Install]

These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

10. SeriesGuide Show Manager—very good if you are into that whole TV thing. [Install]

These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

11. Pixlr Express is Autodesk's mini-Photoshop-ish app. [Install]

These Are the Best Android Apps of the Year According to GoogleS

12. TED Conferences, because it makes Onion Conferences possible. [Install]

Do you have a favorite Android app for 2012? Tell us in the comments. [Google]