Get your Android smartphones and tablets ready because it’s time for our weekly list of the best Android applications we found. Of course, it’s virtually impossible to compile 15 Android apps and say that they are the best, because different persons have different tastes. Nonetheless, we have tried our very best to compile the apps that will help you at work, home and to have fun.

Last week’s list of Android apps are not exactly obsolete, so give them a try as well if you missed them. And you can also keep track of all our weekly Android apps lists by following this page.

Stick Cricket Premier League (Free)


Cricket is one of the fastest growing sport in the world and almost for sure the most popular one in India. Not so long ago we had reviewed the Stick Cricket app for both Android and iOS; and now it’s time to feature another cricket app from the same maker. The Stick Cricket Premier League brings the IPL dream at your fingertips, allowing you to create your captain, build your dream team, recruit coaches and even establish yourself as a force in the Premier League.

Twilight (Free)

No, this is not an application for the teenager movie about vampires called Twilight. This is actually an Android application that plays with your screen, making it more friendly on your eyes at night. So, if you’re that type of person who checks his smartphone/tablet right before going to sleep, Twilight is going to help you by harmonizing the screen’s color temperature with the sun’s natural cycle. And your eyes will say thank you.

Cut the Rope: Time Travel HD ($0.99)

Cut the Rope is one of the most popular Android games, along with Angry Birds, Temple Run and others. Time Travel HD is the latest episode where you get to travel back in time along with Om Nom to “feed his ancestors with candy”. The action will take place in the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, a Pirate Ship, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, and the Stone Age. Ready your Android tablet, as well, because Cut the Rope: Time Travel HD is optimized for tablets.

LinkedIn (Free)

Personally, I never used LinkedIn to hire somebody or to find a job, but I know many people that use it frequently. It has some sort of a charisma, I’ll agree with that. LinkedIn has recently redesigned both the Android and the iPhone applications, making a clear bet on the fact that people will use the service on the go. There are some similarities between the redesigned Android app and the iOS one, as the new app brings larger photos, a left-hand sliding panel. Also, overall, LinkedIn’s overhauled Android app feels much faster.

Forest HD ($0.99)

I absolutely love forests, they’re perhaps my most preferred place in this planet, especially the mountain forest. Forest HD is one awesome Android application that allows you just to explore the beauty of the forest. Of course, nothing compares with walking on your own feet, looking for mushrooms and being mesmerized by the singing of birds. However, if you’re interested in looking at the nature from the eyes of a developers, now’s your chance to do it. What’s special about this app is that you can also set live wallpapers and have the feeling that your Android phone has immersed itself into a green world.

Doo (Free)

We’ve got so many documents stored in our smartphones, tablets, computers, cloud accounts and God knows where else… Doo is the Android application that helps you find the document you’re looking for through the use of smart, automatically generated tags. Not only that it searches in your cloud and computer, but it also looks for in the external drives you might have and also in your emails! So, if you’re the kind of person that works with a lot of documents and always misplaces them, then this is definitely for you.

One Today by Google (Free)

Google goes by the motto “do no evil”. And, apparently, the company isn’t only about not doing evil but actually about doing good. Currently, One Today is a limited pilot app, so be sure to spread the app and inform your buddies, as well. Every day there will be featured a different nonprofit organization and you will be able to donate neither more nor less than $1. Just imagine the impact if millions of people would donate just $1 – this means millions of dollars that will save the lives of so many kids, animals and other causes all over the world.

RoundR (Free)


If you have ever used webOS, then one of the features that you liked the most were probably the rounded corners of the screen. RoundR wants to bring this sexy look to Android through an app. It has been created by one of the developers on the reputed XDA-Developers forum. You can adjust the radius of the corner and choose which corner to be rounded or not.

Dungeon Hunter 4 (Free)

We love Android RPG (role-playing-games) and that’s why Dungeon Hunter 4 is on our list with the best Android apps from the past week. Choose from for four different types of warriors to make the most of this dark adventure game; upgrade your battle skills and customize your war gear. You can also play with your friends in co-op arenas and fight with others in deathmatch games.

Ice Rage ($0.99)

Ice Rage is one of the best designed apps I’ve seen in a while, yet with quite basic commands. This game is a nice combination of foosball and ice hockey. Amazing 3D graphics and great sounds are all you need to be the champion tournament mode. And if you’re looking for some fun with your friends, then you should know that there’s the multiplayer option also, so you can rock the ice with your pals!

King of Math ($0.99)

Even if we have already a lot of Android math apps out there, an extra one can’t do no harm, right? This one is a special math app, as it is surrounded by a great storyline so that you or your kid could learn math faster and better. The great character design and music are sure to help you solve those equations!

MeteoEarth ($3.99)

iPhone users have a big reason now to check the weather in style – the new weather app from Yahoo!. We’re not sure if Yahoo is going to redesign their Android app as well, so while you are waiting for that, you can definitely check out MeteoEarth for Android. This is a weather app that can be easily used even by people working in the field, because it is adapted from a professional weather broadcast tool that is being used by those who work in the TV industry all over the world. You can check pressure, precipitation, temperature, wind and cloud cover all over the world and have a forecast for up to 5 days ahead.

CSR Racing (Free)

Racing games are always fun and full of adrenaline, especially when we’re talking about drag races where speed is the ultimate factor. Of course, how fast and how well you’ll drive depends on what car you’re driving. Inside the game you’ll find licensed cars from Audi, Bentley, BMW, Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, GM, Mini, McLaren, Pagani, and Nissan that you’ll customize and upgrade in order to became the best drag racing hack. Developers promise that stunning graphics and next-generation lighting in CSR Racing will make you fall in love from the first push on the gas pedal.

Battery Core Live Wallpaper ($0.99)


One of the awesome things with owning an Android device is that you get to use creative apps made possible thanks to the openness of the OS. Battery Core Live Wallpaper is an app that displays your battery levels through a live wallpaper which displays a core that will spin slower as the battery gets drained out. A pesky question appears, though – won’t the app itself harm the battery? Developers behind of the app say it won’t. Test it out to judge by yourself.

Tripomatic City Guides & Map (Free)

Tripomatic has finally released their Android application, so you can now add it to your collection of other Android travel planning apps. Tripomatic will help you plan your next trip by offering city guides, maps and much more, like opening hours to certain places and even admission fees to public places like museums.

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