With Christmas fast approaching I thought it would be a good idea to look at some gift ideas for Android lovers. All prices are in US dollars.
The Nexus 5 is the new phone from Google and LG. It brings with it a fast CPU, brilliant screen, the newest version of Android and overall great performance for a great price.
Price outright: From $349 (16GB model)
The Moto X was aimed at being sort of an every person phone. It isn't one of the most powerful phone available, but it's pretty close. Where it really shines is in the customisation available. Motorola have built a website called the Motomaker which allows a customer to choose the colour of the front, back and the accent (volumn buttons/camera trim). You can even include a customise signature on the back of the phone!
With Motorola now being a Google company they are putting in a great effort keeping their new flagship phone up to date, being the first non-Google phone to start rolling out the KitKat update.
Price on contract: $99
Price outright: $299
The Moto G is the more affordable version of the Moto X. The Moto G has a range of bright, colourful covers available (from $14.99) that make them much more appealing. If reviews are any indication this is a pretty good phone at a really great price.
Price outright: From $179 (8GB model)
The Nexus 7 is a 7" tablet from Google and LG. It recently got a refresh with a new design and new internals to make this a really great tablet in every respect. The Nexus 7 is a brilliant gift, especially if the person doesn't have a tablet yet.
Price: From $229 (16GB, Wi-Fi model)
Other gift ideas
Android Action Figures
Thinkgeek has some great Android action figures that any Android fan will love.
Price: From $7.19
Andru is a cute novelty USB phone charger modelled after the Android mascot.
Google Play Gift Card
Google Play gift cards will let your Android loving friend indulge on whatever they want from the Play store, including apps, music, movies and books.
Android Eating Apple Sweatshirt
This cute sweatshirt features our favourite Android eating Apple, what's not to love?