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To enhance the applications and quality games for Android, since last year Google is by rewarding great work and effort carried out by many developers in their applications via the “awards” Android Excellence, a new category within the Editors’ Choice-Google Play that will give a greater visibility to their creations as a reward for the work done.
Since the start of the Android Excellence in the third quarter of the year, Google promised to announce new winners each quarter, and as well the company is doing, after to renew the list in October now we watch as the returns to renew to announce the winners who will be in the Android Excellence during the whole first quarter of the year.
During the first quarter of 2018, we see a selection of 22 applications, and 16 games which have been rewarded by Google for their excellent work of their developers, to create great apps and games that are designed to be very care and innovation. In these new Android Excellence could find applications essential as the EyeEm, Musixmatch and ViewRanger along with juegazos as Fire Emblem Heroes, Brightness City and Old Man’s Journey.
- Blink Health
- Mobills: Budget Planner
- Video Editor
- Bit Heroes
- Bloons Supermonkey 2
- Dancing Line
- DEAD WARFARE: Zombie
- Dragon Project
- Fire Emblem Heroes
- Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow
- Idle Heroes
- Last Day on Earth: Survival
- Lords Mobile
- Brightness City
- Modern Combat Versus
- Old Man’s Journey
- The Walking Dead No Man’s Land
- War of Wings
More information | Google Play
Xataka Android | Android Excellence: the 25 applications and games more excellent this fall according to Google
The news 38 apps and games that are most excellent for this first quarter of 2018, according to Google was originally published in Xataka Android by Cosmos .
January 11, 2018
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