Will Verduzco · Dec 17, 2013 at 01:00 am

Psst–Check out Our Developer-Friendly Holiday Guide!

The Holidays are just around the corner, but there’s still time for last-minute gift shopping! Are you still looking for those last minute presents for your geeky loved ones and yourself? If so, you should make your way over to the XDA-Developers Holiday Guide 2013!

This year, we’re dividing the Holiday Guide into three parts:

When making the guide, we tried to be a little different than most other sites. Rather than simply telling you which device we think is best, we put together the tools for your to decide which device(s) suit your individual needs. As such, you won’t find a “best device,” but rather, we cover various significant devices and explore their current states of development. Then at the end of each page, we ask you to contribute your opinions and vote for your favorites!

Starting in the coming days, we will also be listening to your opinions on the Best Community Apps of 2013. Stay tuned on the XDA Portal to learn more about how to vote for your favorite XDA user-created apps!

Make your way over to our newly created Holiday Guide to get started!


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