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Best App Ever Android Awards and Pocket Gamer Google I/O party a super success

Best App Ever Android Awards and  Pocket Gamer Google I/O party a super success
It had been Billy Idol but the following evening, Google I/O attendees could Rebel Yell the early evening away at 111 Minna. 

It combined the announcement of the Best App Ever Android Awards - sponsored by iDreamSky - and Pocket Gamer's Google I/O networking party - sponsored by Immersion and NativeX.

As usual, the best of the best attended the events, eager to see the unveiling of the winners of the illustrious Best App Ever Award categories, while mingling with the crème de la crème of the mobile industry over a few drinks much deserved drinks.

Fancy a quick peek at who was there? Of course you do! So take a look below for a few of the prize moments caught on camera.



Best App Ever editor Jeff Scott with Heather Buletti, from Avatron, winner of the Most Innovative App for Air Display



Andrew Sipotz, SkyVu, picking up the award for Best Arcade and Action Game for Battle Bears



VSCpr's Creighton Vance, representing Best App Ever Android winner for 2013, Kiloo and SYBO Games for Subway Surfers.



Gamevil, Applifier/Everyplay and Pocket Gamer get into the spirit



The Immersion Android plushie really feels it



This man loved the nativeX poster so much, he took one home



It's those HandyBrothers



The Immersion team



PG director of PR Martine Paris goes swag-o-rama with Immersion



Chaps from the latest YetiZen accelerator round



A/B testing experts from Leanplum



Pocket Gamer and AdColony



Animoca in the house



MAG Interactive






There are loads more great photos of the events on our Facebook page.Why not pop on over there now, and see if you were caught by our roving photographer?


Die hard Suda 51 fan and professed Cherry Coke addict, Peter Willington was initially set for a career in showbiz, training for half a decade to walk the boards. Realising that there's no money in acting, he decided instead to make his fortune in writing about video games. Peter never learns from his mistakes.

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