Which smartphone app are you most excited to see in the coming year?

It’s not easy to say, but it’s time to give some serious thought to which Android phone apps will be among the hottest this year.

The Android smartphone app market has always been crowded, and that trend is likely to continue.

And there are some great apps that just won’t die out.

That’s because it’s not just a matter of waiting for them to die.

It’s also about keeping them alive and available for use.

Here’s a look at what we think will be the hottest apps of the year.

Read more at AndroidMag.comThe most popular appsWe know that most people are familiar with at least one Android phone app that has an app store.

But what about apps that don’t have a traditional app store, but are still popular?

We’re going to dive in to some of those and see what’s driving the popularity.

The first app to make a splash was the original Instagram app.

It has over 7 million users and launched in 2005.

In 2015, Instagram’s userbase grew by almost two million users.

The company quickly expanded to other popular platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp.

The app’s popularity grew as it introduced new features such as an emoji keyboard and a new live tiles feature.

It was also the first Android app to offer unlimited photo storage.

This was followed by other popular apps like Google Photos and Gmail.

But even though Instagram became popular, it wasn’t without its problems.

Instagram was originally developed by a company called PhotoDanger.

It is a free app that allows users to capture photos of animals, objects, people, and even cats, dogs, and other animals.

This is how the app looks:The photo-sorting function is not great, so it wasn, and still isn’t, the most popular photo app on the Android market.

And it’s no surprise that the app didn’t catch on among photographers, because they don’t want to pay for a photo-taking app.

However, that wasn’t the only problem that the company faced.

The app was released in 2011, and Google was forced to roll out a new version in 2012, and it’s currently not available on Google Play.

That means the app was never as popular as it once was.

But the app’s problems didn’t stop there.

The company faced a major privacy controversy when it started using the iPhone’s camera for location tracking.

This turned into a major problem for the company when it went on to develop a new app called Android-Eye.

This new app has no location tracking feature, and the privacy implications of this were so great that the developer of Android-Eyed had to shut it down.

Now, the company has made a comeback with Android-eye.

It offers a similar location tracking function, but with more privacy and less interference from the camera.

The difference is that it doesn’t use a phone’s camera to take photos.

The camera can only capture a picture of a person’s face.

This is the same app that Google released a few years ago.

This time around, the app has the same privacy settings as the one from the iPhone, and you can opt-out of location tracking if you choose.

But Google still wants to use Android-eyed to collect data.

In fact, the developer even has a Facebook page dedicated to the issue.

The biggest problem with this app is that there is no way to opt out of the location tracking unless you’ve already agreed to it.

This means that the user’s location is always captured.

The only way to turn this off is to delete the app and re-install it.

So users who have opted-out and don’t use the app anymore can still get their location information from the app.

This isn’t the first time that Google has faced a privacy issue related to Android.

The same issue is also affecting Google+ , the popular social networking site.

In January of this year, Google pulled back the feature that allowed people to upload photos of people without permission.

The move was a major blow to users because the site had become popular among photographers and users.

Google has always defended its privacy policies, and now the company is facing another privacy controversy.

The issue stems from an update to Android’s Privacy settings.

Users who don’t opt-in to Google+ now can’t view any photos uploaded by Google+ users.

Users who don