With a deluge of Android smartphones flooding the mobile market every week, Google develops a new tool to help users find the best android phone based on their preferences gathered by making people answer a few questions.
The “Find the Android phone for you” tool is part of the company’s Android site. Describing the tool, Google says, “With many Android phones to choose from, here’s a great place to start. Answer three or more quick questions, and we’ll suggest phones just for you.”
The app provides people with a choice of 12 options: Taking photos; Listening to music; Being productive; Social media; Gaming; Watching videos; Being on the go; Staying fit; Texting & instant messaging; Talking; Web browsing; and Expressing my style. Based on the option selected, the users are presented with a further set of questions asking them to detail how many hours a day they spend in their chosen use case. Users have to choose at least three options, and then click on “Show Me Phones” to view the recommended handsets.
The result page shows a list to choose from based on on carriers, sizes, prices, and latest phones. However, information about the database of mobile phone options that the app considers is not known.