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The Best Android Games of 2018

Gaming on Android

Gaming used to mean standing at a wooden cabinet with a giant screen that ate your quarters. Then it was sitting on your couch or at a desk playing console or PC games[1]. And now VR gaming is hitting the mainstream.

Still, people tend to gravitate toward the platforms most accessible to them, including their Android phones and tablets. Sure, you’re supposed to use your device for critically important Android apps, but there’s always time for some fun. Just make sure not to waste your time and money on a less-than-stellar game.

Our Favorites

Our roundup is by no means a comprehensive or complete survey of Android games.

A marketplace as vast and vibrant as Google Play has something for everyone: board games[2], word games, shooters, racers, runners, and even fantasy quiz RPGs[3]. What follows is a list of the games that my fellow reviewers at PCMag and I have played and thoroughly enjoy. Android gaming (and the Android app[4] experience in general) was once second tier, with all the top titles being either exclusive to iOS or launching months later on Android.

But Google Play has grown to the point where it’s as strong a mobile games marketplace as the Apple App Store. These days, it’s not unusual for great games to appear simultaneously on both platforms. One interesting trend in mobile games is that some developers are porting titles that premiered on console or PC over to Android.

The list of Final Fantasy games that you can play on a phone grows ever longer, and even a nearly forgotten classic like Crazy Taxi[5] now lives on Google Play. It shows that these games have solid concepts that can be translated across just about any platform, and it’s a testament to how far mobile devices have come as gaming platforms. It’s also super convenient to have your favorite games accessible any time you have a free moment, and anywhere you travel.

The Best Is Yet to Come

As with all of our lists, this story is a work in progress.

We’ll update and expand it from time to time and try to keep it fresh, too, by cycling out titles that have already had their moment in the sun. Hopefully, every time you check back, there will be something new and exciting to discover. Don’t see your favorite?

Drop us a message in the comments. Like you, we’re always hungry for new tappy time wasters and stress relievers, so we’ll take a look.

The Banner Saga[6]£9.99This tactical, turn-based strategy game was a hit on the PC and has finally arrived on Android.

Lead your party of Vikings through a gorgeous, mythic world and weave your own legendary story. Though the price tag is steep, the rewards are worthwhile (read: buy it). A sequel has recently invaded the Google Play store, but you should start your journey here.

The Battle of Polytopia[7]

Free The classic Civilization series does exist on mobile, but I’ve found the experience tedious and generally unenjoyable. Polytopia takes the strategy genre and boils it down to its bones, adds a layer of quirky, low-poly art, and polishes the result to a shine with addictive mobile play.

It’s a great way to turn a quick trip to the bathroom into a half-hour journey of conquest.

Blizzard Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft[8] FreeIf last year you had told me that in the year of our Lord 2017 I would be playing a collectible-card game based on World of Warcraft (WoW), I would have told you that seemed correct, since I’ve been obsessed with Hearthstone for several years now.

With endless variations on a simple game, Hearthstone jettisons the strife and ridiculous expense of collectible-card games and makes them fun again. Even as someone who isn’t a fan of WoW, I found the game to be both accessible and light-hearted enough to suck me in.

Clash Royale[9] FreeThe follow-up to the mega-hit Clash of Clans, Clash Royale combines elements of Dota 2[10], tower defense, and deck building into a shockingly charming package.

It’s a fun and addictive mobile experience that can be played with just a thumb. You can even complete all those in-app purchases one-handed, too.

Dots & Co[11]FreeTwo Dots was a breakout hit for mobile gaming, deftly combining simple, portable play with a stylish design. Dots and Co isn’t so much a sequel as it is a riff on the first game, introducing new special abilities and challenges.

It retains all the zen strategy of the original, with some new twists that make it feel fresh.

Kim Kardashian Hollywood[12] FreeCalm down, haters.

Regardless of what you think about Kim K or casual gaming, Kim Kardashian Hollywood is an enormously fun, cleverly written, and enjoyably addictive hit that is worth your time. I have nothing to add to our review’s excellent summation: “…basically, it’s exactly like Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.”

Miracle Merchant[13] FreeMiracle Merchant is a fantasy-inspired take on solitaire that requires a good deal of strategy to master, despite its simple potion-making premise.

All the more, the game features bright and inviting visuals that are sure to delight. It’s offline functionality and portrait-style interface make it great for mobile platforms as well.

Monument Valley[14] £3.99Monument Valley is an incredibly beautiful game, proving that a mobile game doesn’t need to be synonymous with cheap and shallow.

In this meditative puzzler, you have to use optical illusions to complete each gorgeous level. Meditative, mysterious, and intriguing, it’s a must-play Android game.

Pokemon Go[15] Free2016 will be remembered for the deaths of many great entertainers, the collapse of Western democracy and, most importantly, for Pokemon Go.

By tapping into your location data and your camera, Pokemon Go puts the pocketable monsters in our world. It’s a lot of fun, and a great excuse to explore your community. While the fad has certainly faded, the game is better than ever.


£2.99Reigns takes the familiar swipe-right-or-left mechanic from Tinder and uses it to tell a strange generational story of palace intrigue. You’ll go through many kings along the way–sometimes very quickly–while trying to serve your people, respect the church, and fight off enemies. Oh, and Satan is after you.

With retro looks and simple but challenging play, Reigns is an instant classic.

Spaceteam[17] FreeSet Lustrous Prismneck to Maximum! In Spaceteam, you and the other people in the room work together to navigate a spacecraft through various mechanical disasters.

If you and your friends love the technobabble of Star Trek, then you’ll love this unique game.


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The Best Smart Home Devices of 2018

How Smart Is Your Home?

What if all the devices in your life could connect to the internet? Not just computers and smartphones, but everything: clocks, speakers, lights, door bells, cameras, windows, window blinds, hot water heaters, appliances, cooking utensils, you name it. And what if those devices could all communicate, send you information, and take your commands?

It’s not science fiction; it’s the Internet of Things (IoT), and it’s a key component of home automation and smart homes. Home automation is exactly what it sounds like: automating the ability to control items around the house–from window to pet feeders–with a simple push of a button (or a voice command).

Some activities, like setting up a lamp to turn on and off at your whim, are simple and relatively inexpensive. Others, like advanced surveillance cameras, may require a more serious investment of time and money. There are many smart home product categories, so you can control everything from lights and temperature to locks and security in your home.

Here’s a rundown of the best products we’ve tested for every room of the house.

Hubs & Controllers

Amazon Echo and Echo Dot The Echo[1] is a Bluetooth speaker powered by Alexa, Amazon’s handy voice assistant. Alexa works with a number of smart home devices directly, as well as with If This Then That (IFTTT) to control plenty of others via “recipes” you can create yourself.

It’ll take some work, but you can use Alexa to control most of the gadgets in your house by the sound of your voice. If you already have a favorite speaker, the inexpensive Echo Dot[2] can connect to it and add Alexa functionality. And if you want a touch screen to see search results and make video calls, check out the Echo Show[3].

Amazon just unveiled a slew of new Echo devices[4] that haven’t come out yet, including the tiny, LCD-equipped Echo Spot, as well as the Alexa-spouting Big Mouth Billy Bass (no we’re not kidding).

Wink Hub 2

Our current Editors’ Choice for home automation hubs, the Wink Hub 2[5] works with devices that use Z-Wave, Zigbee, Lutron Clear Connect, Kidde, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. It is also for the future. That includes just about everything in the smart home spectrum, from Philips Hue lighting and the Netgear Arlo camera, to Google Home.

It’s the most reliable, widely supported hub we’ve tested.

Logitech Harmony Elite

Don’t like talking and prefer controlling things the old fashioned way: by pushing buttons? The Logitech Harmony Elite[6] is the ultimate universal remote for a reason: it controls a lot more than just TV and stereo. The pricey unit connects with the included Harmony Home Hub to control other Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Zigbee, Z-Wave, or infrared devices in your house.

Read The Best Smart Home Automation Hubs for more options.[7]

Surveillance Cameras

Netgear Arlo Pro 2

Earlier this year, Netgear’s Arlo Pro[8] outdoor security camera system earned our Editors’ Choice for its superb video quality, ease of use, and myriad features including motion and sound detection, rechargeable batteries, geofencing, and its ability to work with other smart home devices. The Arlo Pro 2[9] gives you everything that you get with its predecessor, but offers a few upgrades including 1080p video and support for Amazon Alexa voice commands.

LG Smart Security Wireless Camera LHC5200WI (With ADT Canopy)

Indoor Wi-Fi security cameras offer a cost-effective way to keep tabs on your home while you’re away, but unless they’re paired with a comprehensive security system, it’s up to you to monitor activities and call the authorities in the event of a break-in. Enter the LG Smart Security Wireless Camera[10], an indoor Wi-Fi camera that offers 24/7 monitoring via ADT’s Canopy service. This camera is ideal for renters, apartment dwellers, and homeowners who want the benefit of professional monitoring without having to commit to a contract or pay for professional installation.

Tend Secure Lynx Indoor

The Tend Secure Lynx Indoor[11] is proof that good things do indeed come in small packages. This pint-sized home surveillance camera not only delivers colorful 1080p video and sharp night vision, it’s chock-full of features including motion triggered-notifications and recordings, two-way audio, free cloud storage, and facial recognition technology.

All this, plus a £60 price tag, make it our top pick for affordable home surveillance cameras.

Nest Cam Outdoor The Nest Cam Outdoor[12] is essentially the same camera as its popular indoor model, but with a weatherproof enclosure and power cord.

Otherwise it’s pretty much identical in features–it uses Wi-Fi to send a full-time video signal (up to 1080p) you can monitor via the Web or mobile apps. It also provides alerts for motion (in zones you set) or audio. Pay for the Nest Aware subscription and you’ll get days of video stored online that turn into clips you can watch whenever you like.

The company has another model coming out next month, the Nest Cam IQ Outdoor[13], that can tell the difference between people and animals, and has a 4K sensor. Check out The Best Home Security Cameras for more.[14]

Locks and Home Security Systems

August Smart Lock Pro + Connect

The Smart Lock Pro + Connect[15] is the latest offering from August Home, and as with the original August Smart Lock[16] and HomeKit Enabled[17] models, it’s a winner. This third-generation smart lock offers all the bells and whistles you get with the HomeKit model, and adds a few new features, including August’s DoorSense technology, Z-Wave compatibility, and Wi-Fi connectivity.

It’s easy to install and can be controlled remotely or with Alexa, Google Assistant, or Siri voice commands, and it retains the sleek aesthetics of its siblings. It’s pricey, but it’s the best smart lock we’ve tested. See The Best Smart Locks[18] for more.

ADT Pulse

If you’re looking for a mature provider when it comes to smart home security, you’ve probably heard of ADT.

While ADT Pulse[19] is certainly much more expensive than a DIY system, it offers capabilities those systems simply can’t, including 24/7 monitoring and customer support. It’s the most complete, full-featured home security system we’ve tested, and doubles as an automation platform for your other smart home devices.

Abode Home Security Starter Kit

If you prefer a DIY approach to smartening up your home security, check out the Abode Home Security Starter Kit[20]. Abode finds the sweet spot between a basic self-monitored DIY security system and a professionally installed and monitored solution.

The system is easy to install and can be paired with dozens of Z-Wave and Zigbee smart home products including door locks, lights, and smart switches, as well as Nest devices, to provide whole house coverage. It also supports Amazon Alexa voice commands and IFTTT recipes. See The Best Smart Home Security Systems[21] for more.

Heating and Cooling


When we reviewed the Ecobee3 in 2015 it earned our Editors’ Choice for its sleek design, numerous features, and ease of use.

We also loved the inclusion of a remote sensor to help reduce hot or cold spots in different rooms. We’re happy to report that the new Ecobee4[22] boasts all the same features as it predecessor, and more, thanks to the addition of built-in Amazon Alexa voice service capabilities. That means you can have the thermostat do everything that the Amazon Echo and its siblings can, such as control smart devices, shop, play music, and hear the latest news and weather, all using Alexa voice commands.

Nest Learning Thermostat

The Nest Learning Thermostat[23] has built-in Wi-Fi so you can remotely control the temperature from phone, tablet, or PC.

This latest generation also has a larger display and a few more sensors than its predecessors, in addition to geofencing support and a furnace monitor. If you find it a bit too pricey, Nest also offers the Thermostat E[24], which has most of the same smart features for £80 less. For more, see Nest Tips to Help You Take Control of Your Smart Home[25].

Hisense 10,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner With Wi-Fi

Available exclusively at Lowe’s and designed for small to medium spaces, the Hisense 10,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner With Wi-Fi[26] can be controlled using your smartphone and easily moved from room to room.

At £369 it’s a bit more expensive than most similarly powered non-connected portable air conditioners, and it doesn’t work with other smart home devices. But it’s very quiet, easy to install, and does a great job of cooling. And it stays connected to your Wi-Fi network much more reliably than other options we’ve tested.


Philips Hue Bulbs

Want complete wireless supremacy over the lights in your home?

The Philips Hue[27] line delivers with bulbs that let you control not only the intensity of the light, but also the color. It can get pricey, to be sure, but the Hue ecosystem has been around long enough that it works with just about every other system out there, from Alexa, to IFTTT, to Siri (using the Philips Hue Bridge 2.0). Not interested in colorful lights but still want that incredible granular control over an all-white bulb?

Philips has the Hue White coming in at an almost bargain price, at least for smart bulbs.

Check out The Best Smart Light Bulbs for more connected lighting options.[28]


Anova Culinary Precision Cooker Wi-Fi If you’re interested in sous vide cooking–where food sealed in plastic is immersed in a hot bath to cook to perfection–you need an immersion circulator to get started.

The Anova Culinary Precision Cooker[29] uses Wi-Fi connectivity so you control it from anywhere, even when you’re not home. A big dial lets you set the desired temperature to within a tenth of a degree, display shows the set and current water temperature, and an app keeps you notified of the cooking process every step of the way. It makes cooking sous vide as simple as can be.

For a different approach to sous vide cooking that doesn’t use water, check out the Cinder Grill[30].

Char-Broil Digital Electric Smoker with SmartChef Technology When it comes to smoking ribs or other meats in the backyard, you’ve typically got two choices, charcoal or gas, and neither is perfect.

It’s possible that the Char-Broil Digital Electric Smoker[31] is, since you control the temp remotely, using apps for iOS or Android. You just wait for the app to tell you when the food is ready. Inside there is 725 square inches of cooking space on four chrome racks that are easy to clean.

Fill the smoker box with wood chips and it will work for nearly seven hours without a refill.

June Intelligent Oven The June[32] is a smart countertop oven that comes with an array of high-tech features including Wi-Fi, a camera, and artificial intelligence that allow it to weigh, monitor, and cook just about anything without requiring much input from you at all.

All you have to do is pop in what you want to eat, wait until the oven asks if the food is indeed what it thinks it is, select how you’d like it cooked, and let it do its thing. The results are spectacular for fish, meat, vegetables, and even Eggo waffles.

Perfect Bake Pro

The Perfect Bake Pro[33] takes out the guess work and risk when baking. It’s a baking scale connected to an app to help newbies (and seasoned bakers alike) get everything just right when it comes to kitchen chemistry. Just follow the app as the scale measures everything you add.

As long as you can tell salt from sugar, you’re probably going to be just fine. See The Best Smart Kitchen Appliances[34] for more connected cooking gear.

Traeger Timberline 1300

Traeger has been manufacturing pellet grills for thirty years, but the Timberline 1300 is its first connected model, and it’s a beauty. Designed using input from longtime customers and professional pit bosses, the Timberline 1300[35] features Wi-Fi, which allows you to control cooking temperatures, set timers, and access a huge database of recipes from anywhere using your mobile device and a thoughtfully designed app. It also uses a patented smoke delivery system to ensure food gets the right amount of smoke and is cooked perfectly every time.

Check out The Best Gadgets for High-Tech Grilling[36] for more.


Eufy RoboVac 11 With high-end models going for as much as £1,000, robot vacuums aren’t exactly an expense that’s easy to justify. So it’s a pleasant surprise that the Eufy RoboVac 11[37] is a quiet, efficient robotic vacuum cleaner that costs just £219.99, an absolute bargain by market standards.

It lacks the Wi-Fi connectivity you find in pricier bots, and you’ll occasionally need to rescue it from tricky-to-navigate areas, but when it comes to cleaning, the RoboVac 11 does its job quite well–at a price that’s hard to beat.

iRobot Roomba 690 Roomba is practically synonymous with robot vacuums, but what many people don’t know is that there isn’t just one definitive model. The line spans from the £375 Roomba 690 to the £900 Roomba 980.

The £700 Roomba 960[38] falls somewhere in the middle, though obviously its price puts its closer to the high end. It shares many of the same features with the top-of-the-line 980–like a camera for navigation, a smartphone app with detailed cleaning reports and maps, and Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant voice control–but comes with only one virtual wall and has a slightly less powerful motor. That makes it a stronger value in our eyes, and our Editors’ Choice for high-end robot vacuums.

iRobot Braava Jet 240

A vacuuming robot isn’t enough these days.

Don’t you want your floors mopped clean as well? iRobot’s relatively inexpensive Braava Jet 240[39] will do exactly that. It’s small, quiet, and perfect for apartment dwellers without a lot of floor space or time to clean it when they get home. It sprays a jet of water to clean deep, and can even do damp sweeping, like a Swiffer.

Read The Best Robot Vacuums[40] for more.

Health and Fitness

QardioBase 2

Using technology at home to make you healthier just makes good sense.

For tracking fat, BMI, water, muscle mass, bone composition, and even pregnancy, look no further than the QardioBase 2[41]. It shares the info it reads with a smartphone app for your easy access. Plus, it just looks great.

See The Best Smart Bathroom Scales[42] for more.


Polaris 9650iQ

When we first tested robotic pool cleaners, the Polaris 9550 Sport took top honors thanks to its superb cleaning performance, easy-to-clean debris canister, and multiple programming options. The new Polaris 9650iQ Sport[43] brings more of the same, only this time it offers Wi-Fi connectivity and a useful mobile app that lets you control the cleaner from your smartphone. It’s expensive at £1,499, but if you’d rather spend more time swimming in your pool than you do cleaning it, it’s worth every penny.

Rachio Smart Sprinkler Controller Generation 2

The second-gen Rachio Smart Sprinkler Controller[44] gives you control over eight or 16 zones depending on the unit you get, with a master valve terminal for systems that have one. It won’t water the lawn if it’s raining, and you can turn it on and off remotely with your phone.

Plus, it integrates with lots of other services and devices like Amazon’s Alexa, Google Assistant, IFTTT, and Samsung SmartThings.

Robomow RS622 Robot lawn mowers don’t come cheap, but they definitely come in handy.

Check out the Robomow RS622[45] or one of its siblings for different sized lawns.

This model is good for handling up to 23,000 square feet–once you go through the process of setting up a perimeter to let the mower go on its automated cutting pattern.

Its dual two-season cutting blades spin at 4,000 rpm, mulching grass back into the soil so there’s no need for cleaning up or dumping bags of grass.


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  2. ^ Echo Dot (
  3. ^ Echo Show (
  4. ^ slew of new Echo devices (
  5. ^ Wink Hub 2 (
  6. ^ Logitech Harmony Elite (
  7. ^ The Best Smart Home Automation Hubs (
  8. ^ Arlo Pro (
  9. ^ Arlo Pro 2 (
  10. ^ LG Smart Security Wireless Camera (
  11. ^ Tend Secure Lynx Indoor (
  12. ^ Nest Cam Outdoor (
  13. ^ Nest Cam IQ Outdoor (
  14. ^ The Best Home Security Cameras (
  15. ^ Smart Lock Pro + Connect (
  16. ^ August Smart Lock (
  17. ^ HomeKit Enabled (
  18. ^ The Best Smart Locks (
  19. ^ ADT Pulse (
  20. ^ Abode Home Security Starter Kit (
  21. ^ The Best Smart Home Security Systems (
  22. ^ Ecobee4 (
  23. ^ Nest Learning Thermostat (
  24. ^ Thermostat E (
  25. ^ Nest Tips to Help You Take Control of Your Smart Home (
  26. ^ Hisense 10,000 BTU Portable Air Conditioner With Wi-Fi (
  27. ^ Philips Hue (
  28. ^ The Best Smart Light Bulbs (
  29. ^ Anova Culinary Precision Cooker (
  30. ^ Cinder Grill (
  31. ^ Char-Broil Digital Electric Smoker (
  32. ^ June (
  33. ^ Perfect Bake Pro (
  34. ^ The Best Smart Kitchen Appliances (
  35. ^ Timberline 1300 (
  36. ^ The Best Gadgets for High-Tech Grilling (
  37. ^ Eufy RoboVac 11 (
  38. ^ Roomba 960 (
  39. ^ Braava Jet 240 (
  40. ^ The Best Robot Vacuums (
  41. ^ QardioBase 2 (
  42. ^ The Best Smart Bathroom Scales (
  43. ^ Polaris 9650iQ Sport (
  44. ^ Rachio Smart Sprinkler Controller (
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