What will you get the Android fan in your life?

You've come to the right place. After all, who would know better what to get an Android fan than the editors at Android Central, right? Here are our suggestions for those friends who love the world's best operating system and aren't afraid to show it.

Android figurine

android figurines

It's the most obvious gift choice and yet, here you are, looking up the best gifts for your Android-loving friend or family member. These three-inch figurines have become nearly ubiquitous with the Android operating system. If you know someone who is a big fan of Android, they likely already have a figurine or two floating around.

The good news is that there are vast varieties of Android figurines to collect and give as a gift. The bad news is that there are figurines that only appear in a particular series, so if you're buying a blind box, there's no way to see what the figurine looks like before you wrap it.

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Android apparel

Android tee at Google

Help your friend show his loyalty to the Android operating system with an Android t-shirt or sweater officially sold by Google. There are pages upon pages of Android-centric tees and sweaters to choose from, in a range of sizes for both men and women.

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If you strike out at the Google online shop, give Teespring a try. Not all of the shirt designs are the most original, nor are they all worthy of a purchase, but if you spend some time perusing through the pages, you're bound to find something worth wrapping up.

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Android kitchenware

Android mug from Google

Speaking of the Google Merchandise Store, you can never go wrong with gifting a mug. My favorite mug of all — and let me tell you, I have cupboards filled to the brim with mugs — is one of the older Android mug models that the online store used to sell. I drink coffee from it almost every morning (if it's clean). If your friend is a big Android fan, there's no doubt she'll love sippin' her latte from this 14-ounce ceramic mug each morning.

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GOgroove Pal Bot Android speaker

It plays music

Why the heck not? It's a portable, rechargeable speaker anthropomorphized as Google's Android mascot. It's got stereo speakers and a subwoofer, too. However, it only works with smartphones that still have their headphone jack. So, if your friend is using a Moto Z, which doesn't have its 3.5mm audio plug, remind him of the choices he made in life and why he's not getting an Android speaker for Christmas.

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Android Foundry Prints

android poster

Help your sibling decorate her barren walls with posters from the Android foundry. You can buy each print individually or a set of four for $48. There are nine to collect in all. Be sure to pair it with a nice frame, too. Amazon has plenty to choose from.

While you're there, you might also consider this Android Foundry holiday gift pack? It features a scarf, socks, and your choice of swag, like an ice cube tray set or a sticker pack.

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