It’s the end of 2018 — well, almost anyway — and we’re taking a look back over the year that was. Our resident app expert, Joe Hindy, is breaking down the very best apps of 2018 and the very best games of 2018. Who knew some many awesome new apps hit the Play Store this year? Plus, while we saw some great phones this year, we also saw a few that may have gone a bit unrecognized.
Speaking of underrated phones, our full review of the Huawei Mate 20 is in and it’s still pretty impressive, even when compared to the Mate 20 Pro. This gorgeous phone boasts a triple camera setup and even has a headphone jack. That’s not easy to come by these days, and we appreciate it. Still, with impressive specifications under the hood, this is a mighty capable phone on its own.
Here are your top stories for the week
Podcast goes here.
It’s the end of the year, and we want to know how you liked us. What was great? What was not? What can we do better? We’re listening!
2018 was a great year for new apps. Joe Hindy breaks down all the best apps that came out this year, including new browsers and VPNs — you name it!
In addition to the best apps of the year, we also have the best new games released in 2018. Looking for some great time wasters? Look no further!
We saw some great phones come out this year, but there were also some phones that flew under the radar.
Our Huawei Mate 20 review is in and speaking of underrated phones, this phone was greatly underrated because of its larger sibling.
Meanwhile, here are some stories we couldn’t cover on the podcast
A new messaging protocol is on the horizon, but naturally it won’t be completely smooth sailing to get there.
Huawei really wants to fix its reputation as a security threat, so it’s going to throw money at the problem.
In 2019, we get all the 5Gs and LG and Samsung look to be among the very first to use the connection.
This health tracking ring is one of the best sleep trackers we’ve ever used, and that’s just the beginning.
Google was making a search engine for China before its employees kinda freaked out about it. They’re not making one any more.
Honor’s latest offering sports an impressive 24MP selfie camera, but unfortunately, that’s where the impressive part stops.
In a new leak from OnePlus, we see some new hardware including a larger camera sensor on the back. But where did this photo come from?
Who wants to win a Google Pixel 3?
Don’t miss these videos
That’s it, folks! We’ll have another giveaway and more top Android stories for you next week. To stay up to date on all things Android Authority in the meantime, be sure to subscribe to our newsletters at the link below.