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Yep, we know - it's been a while since the last week in review post. But your weekly condensed Android Police solution is back, and better than ever. We're letting you, our readers, have a bigger say (in a way) about what makes it into the week in review. We're picking the 20 most popular posts published on Android Police in the last week and sticking them all into one big, categorized list for your convenience. How's that sound? Let's get started, it's the Week In Review 2.0!

General News

Google

Apps & Games

Devices & Hardware

David Ruddock
David's phone is whatever is currently sitting on his desk. He is an avid writer, and enjoys playing devil's advocate in editorials, and reviewing the latest phones and gadgets. He also doesn't usually write such boring sentences.

  • Thomas’

    But, but... without the witty comments it just a set of links :(

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ David Ruddock

      Unfortunately, the witty comments take a long, long time to do. Especially on a Sunday morning.

      • pobautista

        Instead of a list of article titles, guys, write a summary paragraph. For example:

        "Earlier this week, Google Maps 7.1, the Google Play Store 4.3.11, Google Plus 4.1, Google Music, and Google Search apps were pushed out. We did a teardown of the Play Store and Maps apps. Meanwhile, the Play Store team acknowledged and later fixed a pervasive File Invalid error when installing or updating apps."

        In fact, the "Apps & Games" of this article is a roundup of the roundups of roundups of app reviews. I think 20 a week is too many. Do 10 and you won't have this much crud. Just a suggestion.

        • http://www.androidpolice.com/ David Ruddock

          We're open to suggestions on the format of this post. We'll consider this. I had a similar thought but wasn't sure how it'd work out in practice. We may experiment with different styles.

  • angel_spain

    I read AP everyday like if it was a newspaper, but this recap is welcome.

    • Avrohom Eliezer Friedman

      "Like a newspaper."

      Meaning that you totally don't read it?

      • angel_spain

        Nah, means I read it every morning in the throne. :P

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